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• ROAD CONSTRUCTION on the route means the Sunday Ride will DETOUR ONTO Robinson Church prior to Stallings Road Park. RETURN ROUTE now turns left from N. Tryon onto Sugar Creek and right onto N. Davidson.
• EXTRA TEAM KIT, BOTTLES & SOCKS are for sale in the team store here.
6p, First Friday Southend Bicycle Takeover. “Join us for an evening of fun. We will enjoy the South End Food Truck Fridays, Gallery Crawl, and most importantly a bike ride around South End/Uptown Charlotte. Beginning at 6pm we will have a DJ and vendors. At 9pm we will take a leisurely group ride around South End, Dilworth and Uptown Charlotte. We will have a bicycle valet in the Brakes for Less parking lot. You can safely store your bike for the evening while you enjoy everything South End has to offer.”
6p, Crossroads Classic, Statesville. “Statesville has played host to the Giordana Crossroads Classic since its inception. The “L” shaped course in Downtown Statesville is a race favorite among cyclists.” Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the line!
Downtown Statesville offers a variety of specialty retail and dining experiences, is home to five Districts on the National Register of Historic Places and host to some of the community’s largest public events from festivals to farmers markets to holiday celebrations.
8a, Dad’s Ride Show & Go. 8 am at 36th & Yadkin. Show & go this week, Lifts is at a Brony convention. 40 miles at “Gentleman’s Pace”, 17-19mph.
9a, Crossroads Classic, Asheboro. “On August 1st & 2nd, the City of Asheboro will host the first annual Pigs & Pedals event in downtown Asheboro. The event will include a Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) sanctioned barbeque cooking competition with competitors vying for a $12,000 purse by cooking up chicken, pork ribs, pork and beef brisket. Pigs & Pedals will be held in conjunction with the Criterium bike race in which cyclists from across the state and region come to Asheboro and compete on a closed circuit course along the streets of N Fayetteville St, Worth St, S Cox St and E Academy St. The races begin at 9 am and end with a professional race at 6 pm. The criterium is sponsored by the Asheboro-Randolph Chamber of Commerce and is in its fourth year being held in downtown Asheboro.” Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the line!
830a, Crossroads Classic, Salisbury. “The 2014 Crossroads Classic will head to beautiful City Park Salisbury for the final day of the event. Final awards and podium presentations will be held at City Park. For over 250 years Downtown Salisbury has been recognized for its beauty and considered as one of the best places in N.C. for shopping, sightseeing and relaxing. Our diversity of shops, restaurants, antique stores, living history and cultural attractions promise an extraordinary experience! Downtown Salisbury is a great place to spend a day, a weekend or a lifetime.” Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the line!
9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. DETOURS ON THE ROUTE. PLEASE PAY ATTENTION Pack should stay together and relaxed tempo until the Lead/Chase split at Pine Grove Church Rd & Flowes Store Rd. Lead group rides at or near race pace, with ORGANIZED EFFORTS. Chase group will ride no drop (18.5-19.5mph) and sweep the route. Stay together, stay safe. Pub finish at Growlers Pourhouse for $2.50 Rangers and Fat Tires courtesy New Belgium Brewery.
While we do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, it can be tough to account for all. Please come prepared. Cell phone, food, water, cue sheet, route & pace familiarity, ID, and cash are always good things to have on your person no matter the distance.
36th Street Racing does not warrant the safety of routes selected for rides. Roads are NOT closed for cyclists. Cyclists ride at their own risk and assume total responsibility for their own safety. 36th Street Racing, its organizers and ride leaders will not be responsible for any injury or damage to any persons or property that may arise from participation in the ride. NO GO if it’s raining. Route details below:
Check WeeklyRides.com for great area riding. Make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.
Charlotte Knights Sunday home games feature free bicycle valet courtesy of WeeklyRides.com. Available During All Sunday Home Games!
Enjoy FREE Bicycle Valet service at all Charlotte Knights baseball Sunday home games. Forget the hassles of traffic and parking. Jump on your bike, ride on down, park it in a safe, secure, supervised area and enjoy some great hometown baseball. Bike valet is located just inside the left field gate.
Click Here To Volunteer For Bike Valet