Remember...Helmets are required on all TBA rides
B/C/D Pace 3:00 pm 40 miles Portsmouth, VA
“Tour de Golf Courses & Joliff” – one of the nicest rides in Portsmouth designed to prepare cyclists for 2013 long distance rides. Two stops w/SAG support.
From: Cycle Classics, Olde Town, 427 High St.
Leader: John Maher, 757-672-1359, firstname.lastname@example.org
B Pace 7:30 am 80 miles Chippokes
TBA ride from the W. Branch Reservoir in Suffolk to Chippokes State Park with a lunch stop at the Smithfield Ice Cream Shop at the 65 mile point. Cue sheet, map, and directions on TBA website.
Leader: Paul Gordy, 403-5914 or email@example.com
From: Western Branch Fishing Station, Girl Scout Rd, Suffolk
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B & C Pace 7:30 am 63 miles Portsmouth, VA
Portsmouth “Tour de Dismal Swamp Metric” – ride at a higher altitude as you cross over the Jordan Bridge twice while traveling to the Dismal Swamp and back. All Portsmouth rides prepare cyclists for upcoming 2013 Knot’s Island, Bike MS 150, and other long distance rides. NEW SECRET Brunch stop mid-way (YUM).
Leader: John Maher, 757-672-1359 or firstname.lastname@example.org
B/C/D Pace 3:00 pm 45 miles Portsmouth, VA
“Tour de Hatton Point & Green Acres” ride - Two stops & SAG support for 3 great paces through historical, waterfront Portsmouth! Sprints will challenge faster riders!
TBA Ride from the W. Branch Reservoir in Suffolk through Isle of Wight and Surry counties with a stop at the Smithfield Bakery at the 35 mile point. Enjoy quiet roads and beautiful scenery and a few hills. Cue sheets provided. Call or email for more information, a cue sheet, or directions. To register (free) use the button at the left.
Cue SheetLeader: Paul Gordy, 403-5914 or email@example.com
2013 MS 150 starting at Cape Charles, VA and over nighting at Camp Silver Beach. Register today and join TBAs team the Cycling Legs Against MS (CLAMS).
For event registration, see Virginia's Ocean to Bay Ride 2013.
Ride2Recovery is a 501(c)3 whose mission is to improve the health and wellness of healing heroes through physical and mental rehabilitation programs that use cycling as the core activity.
One way Ride2Recovery does this is through general public events called Honor Rides. These one-day self paced, non-competitive rides are typically comprised of 3 different routes - each route catering to different ability levels.
At these rides, the general public will pay a registration fee to ride, and wounded veterans, of course, ride for free. By uniting wounded veterans and civilians in a one-day cycling event, civilians get a chance to “honor” the veterans, hence the name Honor Rides.
This is a great cause and we'd like you to be a part of it! Here are some videos to give you a better idea of what Ride2Recovery is all about:
United Health Care Video; what Ride2Recovery does as a whole
Extreme Home Makeover and Ride 2 Recovery
The Early Show and Ride 2 Recovery
Our COO is a wounded Army Lt. Colonel who tells you about our program
Register on Active.com here: http://www.active.com/cycling/virginia-beach-va/honor-ride-virginia-beach-2013
Download an event flyer: here