Monday, August 18, 2008
Great Plains Cycling: Heatstroke 100
Tired of the typical workout: stationary scenery and treadmill terrain? The Great Plains Bicycling Club is offering an alternative--a scenic ride for cyclists known as the Heatstroke 100--on Sunday, August 24th. The 100 mile route, which begins at 7:30 a.m. at the SAC Air Museum in Ashland, consists of three loops through rolling hills and scenic vistas in the Platte River Valley and surrounding area. Cyclists can also opt for a shorter ride: 25, 36, 42, or 67 miles. All routes cost $25 for adult individuals (age 18+) and $50 for families. Registrations are welcome at 7 a.m. the day of the ride. For more information, visit the Great Plains Bicycling Club website at greatplainsbikeclub.org.