Monthly Archives: October 2009

New Year Revolution Century 2010

Location: Goodyear, Arizona

Description: Join us on this special occasion to celebrate the beginning of the new Yeas as we Ride In The New. What better way to cele-brate than on your bike! Escape the cold and snow of winter, get away from the spin rooms and trainers, and enjoy an opportunity to celebrate on your bike. Make the resolution to ride more this year and join us for your first century of the year in sunny Avondale, Arizona where you can ride, hike, play some golf, take a swim or if you like take in the Fiesta Bowl.

Help Stand out Diabetes – $10 of every registration helps support the American Diabetes Association to provide research and education to rid our country of the most rapidly growing disease.

Your entry fee gets:

– Quality event Cycling Socks
– 5 food and rest stops plus lunch
– On Road SAG support
– Equipment Drop Off & Pick-up
– A unique Event pin
– A fun & satisfying day

Safety – All riders must be aware of and obey the traffic laws of the state of Arazona. The roadways along the course of this event are rural roads but are not closed. Be prepared to share the road with vehicular traffic. Use proper hand signals for all turns and stops, for the safety of drivers and your fellow riders. All riders are required to wear a helmet, and to ride single file, except for passing. All riders must be off the roads by 4:30pm.

Equipment Drop Off – Each rider will be provided with a bag at registration, suitable for equipment & clothing drop off. The first three rest stops will have someone to help you mark your bag and see that it gets returned to the finish. B2B will not be responsible for lost or stolen items.

Waiver – All Riders will be required to sign a waiver during check in. No one may sign for another rider (except guardians).

Lodging – B2B has arranged with local motels, B&B’s & Resorts for special rates for our riders. Please check our website for a link to the available locations and their prices & amenities. When making your reservations you must go through our website to receive the special rates. Please make your reservations as early as possible, AZ is very popular at this time of year.

Bailey’s Finish Line Bar-B-Q Celebration – Are you starving at the end of a ride? Need a protein boost? Join us for the optional Bailey’s Bar-B-Q. You have your choice! Bar-B-Q’d steak, chicken or veggie entrée. In addition there will be salads, beans, corn on the cob, and all the trimmings, plus some decadent desserts for a fantastic, finger lickin way to relax and enjoy new and old friends.

Date – January 1, 2010

Time – Registration 6:30 to 8:00 am. Ride starts 8:00 am Must be on road by 9:00 am

Place – Goodyear Community Park 3151 North Litchfield Road Goodyear, AZ

Directions – I-10 to Exit 128 (Litchfield Rd). Go north to 3151 North (just past Thomas Rd). The park is on your right just past the YMCA. We’re where all the bikes are.

Registration and CheckIn – Early registration is encouraged, however registration will be accepted up to the morning of the event. Check in & Registration will be available Thursday night at Goodyear Community Park from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.

Can’t ride but still want to help?
Volunteers are needed before, during, and after the event. Receive event memorabilia, snacks, a meal, and our gratitude for helping. If you or someone you know would like to help with this or future events call Bob at 801.677.0134.

Start of the ride: 2010-01-01

More Details: here

Zion Country Early Spring Century 2010

Location: Bloomington, Utah

Description: A Century of Fun on 2 Wheels!
Enjoy the awesome beauty of southern Utah during this pre-spring ride. Leave the spinning rooms and the cold of winter behind and escape with us to Utah’s scenic Dixie land. Get an early start on the season and the warmth of the south. Join us as we ride to Zion National Park on a leisurely route that will allow you to get out on the road, test your legs, relax and enjoy you first organized ride of the season. Meet our volunteers at your lunch & rest stops & learn first hand about Spina Bifida.

Help support children — Spina Bifida is the #1 physically disabling birth defect. Proceeds will be used to provide education to the parents of children that suffer from the disability and to provide fun activities for our local children that suffer form the
debilitating effects of Spina Bifida. 100% of all additional donations go directly to the Intermountain Spina Bifida Support Group.

What You Get — Your entry fee gets:
– A quality commemorative event gift.
– 6 food and rest stops
– On Road SAG support
– Equipment Drop Off & Pick,up
– A unique Event pin
– End of ride raffle with prizes worth 100’s of dollars

Time: Registration 7:00 to 8:00 am Ride starts 8:00 am Must be on road by 9:00 am

Place: Bloomington Park 650 W Man-O-War Rd. St George, Utah

I-15 to exit 4. West to Pioneer. South to Man,O,War Rd. turn right 1/2 mile to Park on right. We’re where all the bikes are.

Registration & Check In — Early registration is encouraged, however registration will be accepted up to the morning of the event. Check in will be available Friday night at the
Shuttle Inn from 5:30 to 8:30 pm and beginning 7:00 am at Bloomington Park.

Early Check In & Registration – Wednesday 2,24 4:30,7:00pm Cottonwood Cyclery 2594 E Bengal Blvd., Salt Lake City

Optional Friday Nite Pasta Mixer — 6:00 to 8:00pm Come join us for a pasta party the night before. Get your carbs and meet your friends & fellow riders. Watch cycling videos & learn more about Spina Bifida. Join us in the Wingate conference room. Pick up your registration packet, visit vendors & have a fun evening.

Option Finish Line Bar-B-Q Celebration — Are you always hungry at the end of a ride, need a protein boost? Why not join us for a Bar-B-Q? You have your choice of Bar-B-Q’d steak chicken, or a veggie entree. In addition there will be salads, beans and all the trimmings plus some decadent desserts for a fantastic finger lickin way to relax and enjoy the companionship of new and old friends.

Start of the ride: 2010-02-27

More Details: here