Cyclofemme ride and social

Sunday, May 13 marks the first international women’s cycling day. Rides are taking place all over the world to honor the past, celebrate the present, and empower the future of women in cycling. Learn more about Cyclofemme here.

After your mtb or road ride, let’s convene in a group for a brief cool-down ride, then gather for a BYOB potluck picnic in the park. A fine excuse to get fat- and skinny-tires Chix together and mingle in our awesomeness.

Families and kids welcome. All levels, all bikes, no one dropped.

Meet at the South Trailhead parking lot (BUMP shed) a little before 4 p.m.

Come ride with us!

About Kim Cross

Southern Living Editor-at-Large Kim Cross is an award-winning writer who has edited great Southern authors from Rick Bragg to Fannie Flagg. Her first book, What Stands in a Storm (April 2015, Atria/Simon & Schuster) is a narrative nonfiction account of the greatest tornado outbreak in recorded history. She lives in Alabama.
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One Response to Cyclofemme ride and social

  1. Shonnie says:

    Wish I was in town for this one! :D

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