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New Meetup: Nashville Slow Ride ...going to CRAM 2010 - Ride, Camp, Kayak Wknd !!!

From: sharon c.
Sent on: Sunday, May 16, 2010 5:32 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for NASHVILLE-SLOW-RIDE!

What: Nashville Slow Ride ...going to CRAM 2010 - Ride, Camp, Kayak Wknd !!!

When: Saturday, May 29,[masked]:30 AM

Rossview High School
1237 Rossview Rd
Clarksville, TN 37043

I am going to CRAM....see below for the May 29th event..Registration is at 6:30 am so will most likely go the nite before, hotel it Friday nite. I am riding the 35 mile event, then will camp and kayak at Lake Barkley Saturday afternoon, evening and Sunday. Will plan on returning to Nashville Sunday evening. anyone wants to go along, let me know. I will make arrangements at the campground...Need to know by MAY 23, 2010 at 6pm if you want to go along and make this a group event.

Join us for the Clarksville Rotary Annual Metric (CRAM) ride on May 29, 2010. With distances of 100 miles, 62 miles, 35 miles and 20 miles to choose from through some of the flattest country around. This ride promises to be fast and fun! The CRAM is sponsored by the Clarksville Rotary Club.

The CRAM begins and ends at Rossview High School at 1237 Rossview Road. The courses travel over the rural roads of Todd, Logan and Christian County, Kentucky and Montgomery and Robertson Counties in Tennessee. The routes offer little traffic and great scenery, including the opportunity to see the area?s Mennonites in their horse-drawn carriages, the Jefferson Davis Monument in Fairview, as well as Beachaven Winery.

So come out and enjoy one of the best supported and flattest rides in the South! Don?t miss the spaghetti dinner (including Dairy Queen ice cream) after the ride.


Register online for $30.00 until May 28, 2010 at 11:59 a.m.


Registration by mail is $30.00 for entries postmarked by May 10, 2009,
$35.00 thereafter including the day of the ride. The registration fee includes a t-shirt, spaghetti dinner, sag service, plenty of rest stops, maps, cue sheets, and the services of emergency medical personnel if necessary. Showers are available.

Once again - Ride the 20 mile course for $20.00

Taking I-24 West, Clarksville is approximately 45 miles from
Nashville. Taking I-24 East, Clarksville is just across the KY/TN state line. So how do you get there? It?s simple! Take exit 8 off of I-24.

If you are coming from Nashville, turn left (if from KY, turn right)
onto Rossview Road, and you will take your first right to pull into
Rossview High School.

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