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Breakaway Cafe Ride - Probably Carrboro or Maybe Mebane, TBD
Route to Carrboro (probably and via Collins Mountain/ Old Greensboro/Wildcat Creek/White Cross/Butler/Dodson X to Daryland, if you want to back track us from WP) or Mebane (below) but the group may choose another distance and destination if desired. Start at Breakaway with a meet up at 8:45-ish and roll out at 9:00 AM after coffee(?) and Danielle's baked goods(?) to get us buzzing. Break at Open Eye or Filiment and return to Breakaway. Pace around 17.5-MPH and if the group is willing and able we'll work on paceline riding and a rotating through and off double paceline. This is a no drop recovery ride and pace! Please let me know if you plan on coming, we can be a bit flexible on the start or can meet you. (A good spot coming from WP is River and Jones Ferry, leaving at the same time as we leave). BA Mebane 66 mile (Carrboro ~53 miles) http://tarwheels.net/route/27488109 http://tarwheels.net/pdf/27488109 http://tarwheels.net/csv/27488109 Please don't forget the waiver thing as well!! http://tarwheels.net/ewaiver And please take the time to review the ride rules.

Breakaway Cafe

58 Chapelton Court, Suite 100 · Chapel Hill, NC

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The Carolina Tarwheels Bicycle Club is a non-profit (501c) organization welcoming all cyclists who enjoy riding with great folks who share the same passion. Our goals are to offer weekly organized bike rides for all levels of riders, to promote safe cycling, to provide bi-monthly club meetings with topics relevant to cycling, and to host one of the best organized rides in the area, our annual Bikefest (http://www.ncbikefest.org/) event in Hillsborough.

Money raised by the Tarwheels is donated to other non-profit organizations that support cycling including organizations that donate bikes to children, promote safety, and promote cycling.

Our members also serve on various cycling advocacy committees in our community as a voice for cyclists and to integrate our sport safely with pedestrians and motorists.

We welcome new members and encourage individuals to join (http://tarwheels.net/wp/join/) our organization, enjoy our rides and social activities while promoting our sport and supporting our community.

To find out more, please visit our Web (http://tarwheels.net) site, Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/tarwheels) page and outline of member benefits (http://tarwheels.net/wp/join/).

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