Roun'da Manure

  • August 16, 2008 · 8:00 AM
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Do you like to ride your bike? Do you like to eat? If you answered Yes to both of these questions, then this ride is for you! This bicycle tour is presented by the
Sharon Main Street Assocication and offers three routes (22, 44, or 64 miles), going from ice cream shoppe to ice cream shoppe in the neighboring communities. The registration fee for the ride supports the Sharon Main Street Association who will provide you with maps and cue sheets of the routes, SAG service should you need help during the ride, and coupons to redeem for food, drinks, and ice cream at each of the rest stops. Registration also includes a pig roast lunch at the end of the ride. Please see
Roun'da Manure Flier & Registration Form, available under the
Files section, for full information regarding this ride. You may register in advance or the day of the ride.
Plan to arrive and register at 8:00 AM. We will meet at 8:15 AM at the pre-ride all you can eat pancake breakfast (free will donation) held at Christ Lutheran Church across the street from registration. We will push-off promptly at 9:00 AM. Please indicate in your RSVP which route you plan to ride.
Please note that the Howl At The Moon (night bicycle ride) will be held later the same day as this ride. The start location is the same for both rides, but Howl At The Moon follows a different route.

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  • Ron

    We had a great time riding from one ice cream shoppe to another. The route was very well marked, so it wasn't even necessary to follow the cue sheet (but we had it just in case). This invitational ride is very lightly attended, and I'm really not sure why, although I find it nice to go on an organized ride that isn't super-crowded.

    August 17, 2008

  • Chris B

    I had to do family research so, didn't ride as much as the others who attended.

    August 17, 2008

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