Your Weekend in Bullet Point: April 19 & 20

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2014 Team Bottles Available. Specialized Purist w/ MoFlo cap. Asanoha pattern and 36SR mark. $5.50 each. Local pick up only. We have 29 left. Click here to purchase.

Pre-Reg is Open For the 2014 Noda Grand Prix powered by OrthoCarolina. We’ve been battling a busy race calendar, shady characters, pending light rail construction and weather delays, etc. However, the roads in NoDa are ready! Please spread the word, and sign up for race updates here.

Call For Volunteers. We can’t host the NoDa Grand Prix powered by OrthoCarolina without the amazing help we get from our volunteers. Sign up here!

Reminder. The Thursday Ride now starts at 615p and we are doing the full 27mi route.

Reminder: Charlotte Knights Sunday home games feature free bicycle valet courtesy of WeeklyRides.com.

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8a, Assault on Morrow Mountain. “The Assault on Morrow Mountain route is a loop with 3 rest stops along the route. Make sure you leave a little “gas in the tank” because the real ride begins after the mountain. The majority of the elevation is in the last 30 miles including a monster climb at mile 55.

This months ride is sponsored by Team in Training. TnT members will provide support and rest stops for the ride and all ride proceeds will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Please consider making a minimum donation of $20. Registration is not required. All riders must sign a waiver at the start. No ride if below 40 degrees at the start, or the predicted chance of rain exceeds 50% before 11am.”

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9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check WeeklyRides.com for great area riding. Make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: April 12 & 13

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2014 Team Bottles Are Still Available. Specialized Purist w/ MoFlo cap. Asanoha pattern and 36SR mark. $5.50 each. Local pick up only. Click here to purchase.

Pre-Reg is Open For the 2014 Noda Grand Prix. We’ve been battling a busy race calendar, shady characters, pending light rail construction and weather delays, etc. However, the roads in Noda are being paved as we speak. That means one thing! Your Third Annual 2014 Noda GP powered by OrthoCarolina is open for pre-reg! We’ll have more info coming soon, including a call for volunteers. Please spread the word.

Reminder. The Thursday Ride now starts at 615p and we are doing the full 27mi route.

Welcome to the Family. Congratulations to Larry S. and Zoller on the new arrivals. The 2035 36th Street Racing squad is looking strong!

Charlotte Knights Home Opening Weekend! Friday, Saturday & Sunday! So much has been said about the return of the AAA Knights to the heart of the Queen City. Let’s just add that everyone here at HQ is a little more than excited. The Charlotte Knights and BB&T Ballpark have become THE game in town. Season ticket packages have long been sold out, but single game tickets are available at the ticket offices.

Don’t forget that Sunday home games feature free bicycle valet courtesy of WeeklyRides.com. You can also volunteer for bike valet and see the games for free!

Paris Roubaix is Sunday! “There is no other race in the world like the Paris-Roubaix. The French race is known as the ‘Hell of the North’ thanks to its torturous pavé sectors and the many stories of pain and destruction that they hold.

Dreams of riders like George Hincapie and Johan Museeuw have ended in tears along the roadside, but the risks make victory in the velodrome that much sweeter. After 260 kilometres, around 50 on pavé, the race ends with one and a half laps on Roubaix’s outdoor track.

Win in Roubaix, the third of the Monuments, and you are considered a god. Riders like Fausto Coppi, Rik Van Looy, Eddy Merckx, Francesco Moser, Sean Kelly and Tom Boonen have tamed Paris-Roubaix’s pavé for the well-earned status.” via Cycling News

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1230p, Festivities will begin at Romare Bearden Park with food trucks, a beer Garden, live music, jugglers, a well-known caricature artist, Renaissance Festival characters, a stilt walker, interactive games and activities such as “Batter Up” and “Speed Pitch” and kids projects by the Harvey B. Gantt Center and Discovery Place. Later in the day, there will be balloon artists, face painters, a magician, and a special “surprise” performance. The Budweiser Clydesdales will also be on hand for photo opportunities.

5p, Gates to BB&T Ballpark will open to those with tickets at 5:00 PM. Activities will continue inside the ballpark along with a pre-game lineup of speakers and performances. For those in the community that do not have tickets, activities will also continue in Romare Bearden Park and the game will be featured on the external videoboard facing the park for all to se
705p, The first pitch in Uptown Charlotte baseball history is set for 7:05 PM. Charlotte Knights legend Jim Thome will throw out a ceremonial first pitch! The Knights will host the Norfolk Tides in game one of a four-game series. RHP Dylan Axelrod — who owns the lowest career ERA in Knights franchise history (2.56) — will start for the Knights.

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8a, 41st Annual Dilworth Crit Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the line in Latta Park!

530p, Charlotte Roller Girls v Kannapolis. Fellow OrthoCarolina athletes take on Kannapolis at the Grady Cole Center. There’s *free* bike valet!, tailgating, discount bicycle benefits tickets and more!!

705p, Charlotte Knights v Norfolk. Game 2 in the home opening weekend at BB&T Ballpark!

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9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

205p, Charlotte Knights v Norfolk. Sunday wraps the Knights home opening weekend. Don’t forget about the free Bike Valet courtesy Weeklyrides.com.

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: April 5 & 6

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2014 Team Bottles Available. Specialized Purist w/ MoFlo cap. Asanoha pattern and 36SR mark. $5.50 each. Local pick up only. Click here to purchase.

Ronde van Vlaanderen is Sunday! “The Tour of Flanders has seen another set of route changes for 2014 but the same old favourites in Tom Boonen, Fabian Cancellara and Peter Sagan should still all feature. The Oude Kwaremont still features three times – which is not surprising given the success of the huge VIP tent that is now erected alongside it – but the Paterberg now only features twice. These two hills remain the final pair on the route, which ensures the relatively lengthy run-in to the finish to Oudenaarde is unchanged.” via Cycling News

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8a, Rock Hill Bicycle Club Classic Kicks off Saturday in Rock Hill. Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the line!

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8a, Rock Hill Bicycle Club Classic Continues Sunday in Rock Hill with the road race. Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team back for another day of racing.

9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: March 29 & 30

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2014 Team Bottles Available. Specialized Purist w/ MoFlo cap. Asanoha pattern and 36SR mark. $5.50 each. Local pick up only. Click here to purchase.

Ghent-Wevelgem is Sunday! “Known for its climb and dicey descent of the Kemmelberg, which was previously the only difficulty in the race, the course features 16 bergs including the Kemmel and a slightly longer parcours. The early part of the race takes place near Belgium’s North Sea coast line, which means high winds often shatters the peloton into bits.

Gent-Wevelgem 2014 will be the 76th staging of the race, which is renowned in cycling circles as the spring classic that best suits the sprinters. This is underlined by its fast and flat finish, but riders must also not underestimate the unpredictable weather conditions or the climbs in the early and middle sections of the race.” via Cycling News

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8a, Assault On Morrow Mountain. “The Assault on Morrow Mountain route is a loop with 3 rest stops along the route. Make sure you leave a little “gas in the tank” because the real ride begins after the mountain. The majority of the elevation is in the last 30 miles including a monster climb at mile 55. Registration is not required. All riders must sign a waiver at the start. No ride if below 40 degrees at the start, or the predicted chance of rain exceeds 50% before 11am.”

4p, Uptown Cycles Rainy Day Computrainer Session. 4p class still has spots open as of press time. Click here to register for the 2 hour class.

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9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: March 22 & 23

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DETOUR: Old Concord Rd. Our ride out on Sunday will require a slight detour around Old Concord Rd (closed due to light rail construction). We’ll continue past Old Concord and turn right on Orr Rd. Reverse on the way back in.

Milan-Sanremo is Sunday! via Cyclingnews “Ostensibly, the largely flat route and fast finale heavily favours the sprinters, but with after seven hours of racing, the famous capi on the approach to San Remo swell from mere ripples to severe obstacles that can be the graveyard of so many sprinters’ ambitions and the Classics stars will have their say too during the 298km race.”

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9a, Spring Into Life. 30, 55, and 70mi options. “Charlotte Sports Cycling and the Giordana-CST Cycling team are hosting a very exciting supported ride on the beautiful rolling hills of Cabarrus, Union and Stanley County on the first Saturday in Spring. This event will benefit LifeShare Of the Carolinas.” Registration closes at 9p Friday.

9a, Tour de Charlotte. Our pals at Faster Mustache are hosting the 2014 edition of Tour de Charlotte. “A road and trail stage race around Charlotte, NC. We will ride as a group on a 30-ish-mile “Party Pace” route around Charlotte. The route will feature urban paths, dirt roads, and even single-track trail. We’ll stop along the way at 4 locations, called “Stages” where we will have a mini race. Some races will be Cyclocross style, some Cross-Country MTB, and one Fat-Tire Road Criterium. The Tour de Charlotte will be a showcase of in-town Charlotte trails, paths, and commuter routes.”

4p, Charlotte Roller Girls Season Opener . Fellow OrthoCarolina athletes, the Charlotte Roller Girls have their season opener at the Grady Cole Center. FREE bike valet sponsored by PBR that starts at 4:30 PM for tailgating and discount tickets if you’re a Charlotte Bicycle Benefits member. Tickets avail at Common Market or Charlotterollergirls.com.

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9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: March 15 & 16

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2014 North American Handmade Bicycle Show. As most of you know, NAHBS is in town all weekend at the Convention Center (S. College street in Uptown). It’s great to see everyone volunteering and checking out the insanely amazing bikes.

Saturday Night, NAHBS Party in Noda. 730p at the Party Pedaler Warehouse, 26th Street and N. Davidson opposite from Birdsong Brewing and Noda Brewing.

DETOUR: Bridge out on Pine Grove Church Rd. We’ll still need to detour around. The best detour will be staying straight on Lower Rocky Ricer, left on Pioneer, left on Morrison, and finally turning left on Flowes Store. Then take a right on Sam Black to get back on course.

DETOUR: Old Concord Rd. Our ride out on Sunday will require a slight detour around Old Concord Rd (closed due to light rail construction). We’ll continue past Old Concord and turn right on Orr Rd. Reverse on the way back in.

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930a, Uptown Cycles Winter Ride Last of the season. This weekly ride leaves from 1432 W. Morehead. Rotating routes. Organized riding at Winter pace. Call the shop for this week’s route details. Long & short options. A small group leaves from NoDa at 9a.

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9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: March 8 & 9

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REMINDER. Kits are in. Pick up your gear at Uptown Cycles. Thanks in advance to The Sheetah, Dr. Burke Esq., Mirza and company for putting up with the lot of you.

Don’t sleep (see what I did there) on the time change Saturday night. Spring forward!

NAHBS is still looking for volunteers for next weekend’s show. Free NAHBS t-shirt and one day admission for each 4 hour shift worked!

This weekend is the WAJO-14 Women & Juniors Only Development Weekend, hosted by the Carolina Cycling Association Women’s Development Program.

Our ride out/return on Sunday will require a slight detour around Old Concord Rd (closed due to light rail construction). We’ll continue past Old Concord and turn right on Orr Rd. Reverse on the way back in. Reminder that 36th Street will also be closed soon, so we are going to use the Craighhead route back into the n’hood.

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930a, Uptown Cycles Winter Ride Last of the season. This weekly ride leaves from 1432 W. Morehead. Rotating routes. Organized riding at Winter pace. Call the shop for this week’s route details. Long & short options. A small group leaves from NoDa at 9a.

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9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: March 1 & 2

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Kits are in. Much gratitude to Shane and Classic Cycling for the assist with Castelli. Your gear will be ready for pick up tomorrow (Saturday) at Uptown Cycles. Thanks in advance to The Sheetah, Dr. Burke Esq., Mirza and company for putting up with the lot of you.

Our ride out/return on Sunday will require a slight detour around Old Concord Rd (closed due to light rail construction). We’ll continue past Old Concord and turn right on Orr Rd. Reverse on the way back in. Reminder that 36th Street will also be closed soon, so we are going to use the Craighhead route back into the n’hood.

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9a, Hincapie Spring Training Series continues for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team Saturday in Greenville with race #7, the River Falls road race.

930a, Uptown Cycles Winter Ride This weekly ride leaves from 1432 W. Morehead. Rotating routes. Organized riding at Winter pace. Call the shop for this week’s route details. Long & short options. A small group leaves from NoDa at 9a.

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9a, Hincapie Spring Training Series continues Sunday in Greenville with race #8 at Donaldson Center. Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the start!

9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

Your Weekend in Bullet Point: Feb 22 & 23

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9a, Hincapie Spring Training Series continues for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team Saturday in Greenville with race #5, the Fork Shoals road race.

930a, Uptown Cycles Winter Ride This weekly ride leaves from 1432 W. Morehead. Rotating routes. Organized riding at Winter pace. Call the shop for this week’s route details. Long & short options. A small group leaves from NoDa at 9a.

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9a, Hincapie Spring Training Series continues Sunday in Greenville with race #6 at Donaldson Center. Look for our OrthoCarolina/Energy Cafe road crew and the Classic Cycling/Dolce Vita team at the start!

9a, 36th Street Racing Sunday Ride. Group departs from the corner of 36th & Yadkin. 53miles. Ride together to Stallings Road Park. 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.

We do our best to make sure everyone gets home in one piece, but 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:

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Check Weekly Rides for great area riding. And make sure you keep an eye on the team calendar at 36thstreetracing.com.

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