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Aug-30-10 07:12 pm
Rides from 25-100 miles in Anne Arundel County this weekend.

The weather is looking perfect this weekend for the Bay Country Century...83 degrees and sunny.  Come out and ride 25, 50, 62 or the 100 mile routes on low traffic roads.  For those of you wanting to put in some miles or just looking for punishment...you can try the Labor day weekend  triple...Bay Country Century, Brandywine Tour and Hanover Cyclers Century.  Good luck at work on Tuesday! 

Registration closes tomorrow evening (August 31st) for the 15th Annapolis Bay Country Century this coming Saturday, September 4, 2010.

BikeReg.com.  Click on the following link to register:  http://www.bikereg.com/events/register. … ntid=11148

If you have already registered we will see you on the 4th!

Thank you,
Annapolis Bicycle Racing Team

Jul-14-10 02:43 pm
Cycle through the Western shore of the Chesapeake Bay

Dear Cyclist,
Join Fellow Cyclists for a Scenic Ride…through the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay.  The rural roads of south Anne Arundel County provide some of the best riding in the region.  Rolling hills, beautiful farmlands, and breathtaking views of the Bay will reward riders of all abilities.

Registration is open for the 15th Annual Bay Country Century on September 4, 2010 on BikeReg.com.  Click on the following link or copy it into your browser to register: 
http://www.bikereg.com/events/register. … ntid=11148
Save $5 and register before August 1, 2010!  Registration after August 1 is $35 and $40 day of the event.  This year the t-shirt is ordered separately and not included in the registration fee. 

The Bay Country Century features four scenic routes (100, 62, 50 or 25 miles) in southern Maryland with rest stops, SAG support and a post ride party!  Celebrate the end of your ride with friends, food and music.  A portion of the proceeds benefit the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the St. Leonard Fire Department. 

Help promote the 3 foot law…Earlier this summer, the Maryland legislature passed a law requiring all cars to leave a three foot buffer when passing a cyclist.  The law goes into effect on October 1, 2010.  The Annapolis Bike Racing Team (ABRT), host of the Annapolis Bay Country Century, is partnering with local cycling advocacy groups to help promote awareness of this new law for both drivers and riders the day of the ride.

Hope to see you there!

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