|Eat A Peach Challenge|
Join the Brain Injury Association of Maryand and the Chesapeake Wheelmen on a
biking adventure to the Westminster Peach Festival
|Date:||SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1998.|
|Location:||The Firehouse Pub & Grill. 233 South Main St., Mt. Airy MD.|
|Time:||7 - 9 AM. Registration and Check-in: 7-8 AM for riders
cycling the 67 mile loop. Riders doing 67 miles must start by 8 AM.
All riders must be on the road by 9 AM.
|Fee:||$25.00 for pre-registered (prior to July 30). $30.00 for same
day registration. (Water bottle and T-shirt for early registrants!)
Three routes, are offered to give you a range of challenges...
|Skim the Fuzz||A lovely 15 mile loop returns you to Mt. Airy in plenty of time to hop in your car and drive to the Peach Festival.|
|A Peach of a Ride||40 miles rolls you back to the start, after you've eaten your fill of peach goodies.|
|Beware of the Pits!||67 miles. A tough, challenging ride mapped out by the Chesapeake Wheelmen. (39x26 gearing recommended).|
All routes visit the Peach Festival, which runs from 8 AM to 1 PM at the Carroll County Agricultural Center. Sample free baked goods and pick up a jar of peach preserves reserved especially for you! Bring some cash-- delicious peach snowballs, pies, sundaes, cakes, and Braugher's famous homemade ice cream will be for sale. Plus, there will be more than 40 stands selling produce, plants, flowers and crafts. We'll give you bags for your purchases, then transport them to the finish while you continue biking.
o Fully Supported Ride Options
o Clearly Marked Routes
o Detailed Maps
o Plenty of Rest Stops
o Music and Entertainment
o Post-Ride Massages
o Heavy Cotton T-Shirts & Water Bottles
o The Carroll County Peach Festival
o Light Breakfast
For more information or registration form
or 1-800-221-6443 (MD residents only)
All riders must wear helmets and follow state and local traffic laws. Snell or ANSI approved helmets are required for safety. Please bring your helmet to the registration table when you check in.
The mission of the Brain Injury Association of Maryland is to advocate for and with people who survive traumatic brain injury, to secure and develop community-based services for survivors of traumatic brain injury and their families, to support research leading to better outcomes that enchance the lives of people who sustain a brain injury, and to promote prevention of brain injury through public awareness, education and legislation.