Looking for a great metric century ride? Check out this friendly, low-key event in Mountain City, Tenn. – the third annual Surviving the Snake 100K and 50K Bicycle Rides, set for Sept. 14 at 8 AM. The route covers much of the famous stretch known as “The Snake” along US 421, popular for motorcyclists, and includes Watauga Lake, Shady Valley, Backbone Rock and Damascus, VA. It benefits the Johnson County Community Hospital Foundation as it enhances its mammography exam and waiting rooms. There’s a discounted registration fee of $30 for TCRC Members, including on event day; just mention you’re with Tri-Cities Road Club so the volunteers can give you the special rate. More information can be found at www.mountainstatesfoundation.org/snake. Although online registration is available, it is not possible to get the TCRC Member discount online. Snail-mail the linked form, specifying $30 because you are a TCRC Member, or register day-of. T-shirts cannot be guaranteed for last minute or day-of registrations.
Printable Registration Form
Due to a schedule conflict in August ETSU short track will be on Wednesdays @6pm starting July 17th. Sorry for any confusion! -Alan
The Karing Fair will be at Winged Deer Park on August 17. There will be a bike ride, 5k run, and a volleyball fundraiser.
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Don’t miss out on the Bristol Crit on July 14th. Not a lot of local racing, so come out and race! We also need help with volunteers for both days please email Roadclub at gmail.com if you would like to help. http://cobratornadoclassic.wordpress.com/