Companions Wanted

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Each year, hundreds of cyclists grab their maps, plan their tours, pack their panniers or trailers, and head for the open roads and trails of America. Many of these intrepid two-wheeled travelers would like to have company for the journey. If you're looking for a touring companion for your adventure, here's the place to start. The cyclists below are all members of the Adventure Cycling Association, and they're getting ready to pack up and take off.

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Cross Country

TransAm 2017

Created: Jul 28, 2016

Riding west to east on TransAm Trail self contained, starting July 1, 2017. Female, 62 years old. Would love to have a few companions for the trip. New to self-contained touring but have done lots of multi-day trips. Plan on about 50 miles a day to start for a break-in period. Want to see the sights along the way so no hurry to finish. Have traveled solo but prefer to travel with friends old and new. Email

Great American Epic, Spring 2017

Created: Jul 12, 2016

Starting in Redmond, Washington, we'll explore the Olympic Peninsula before moving south through the Redwoods, down the coast, and eventually to the desert, sand dunes, and canyons. Then we’ll head to the East, heading north around the Deep South to follow the Appalachians. Multi-month trip, fully loaded. Somedays ride forever, somedays sit back and take in all that is around us. Mostly national park camping and relying on ourselves and new friends, hotel once a week or so. Already geared up, early spring departure 2017. 40-111 miles per day, under 30 dollars per day. 24, male. Come as you are. https://www.facebook.com/zachammes Email

Route 66

Created: Jul 6, 2016

To celebrate turning 50, I plan to leave Chicago on my birthday, August 22, and ride a rather leisurely 50 miles for 50 days on the Route 66 trail, ending in Santa Monica on October 10. My parents will be driving an RV as a support vehicle. They will ride a bit each day, and two friends may join somewhere along the way, but otherwise I’ll be solo. I would very much enjoy additional companions for the journey! Email

SF to DC, mid-August 2016

Created: Jun 27, 2016

Hello! I am planning on riding from San Francisco, CA, to Washington, DC, starting Aug 14, 2016 (flexible with the date) and riding roughly 80 miles/day. I want to enjoy the places we pass through, take breaks when needed, but also keep a decent pace. I am 26 and would like to find at least 1 other to make this journey with me. I plan on camping most nights but also not opposed to hotels every now and then. Please email me with your Facebook link if you are interested. Cheers! https://www.facebook.com/leanna.lynch.5 Email

SF to DC — Western Ex-Trans Am

Created: Jun 24, 2016

I’m planning to do the Western Express-Tran Am route this summer, departing San Francisco on July 30 and hopefully making it to DC by Sept 10 (hard stop deadline). Right now I’m going solo. Planning to camp most nights, warm showers when I can, and motel if the weather turns bad. Because of my deadline, I am shooting for 100 miles/day, and maybe one rest day per week. Planning to eat what I find on the road -- as in diners, fast food, and convenience stores -- not road kill :P. I’m a 30-year-old guy with not a ton of touring experience but lots of cycling, camping, and ultra-distance running under my belt. Just finished law school. Would love company from any individual or group who wants to keep a fast pace. Email

SAG Driver Available 2017

Created: Jun 13, 2016

Experienced touring cyclist looking to provide SAG support (your vehicle or camper) for individual or small group, west to east, in spring/summer 2017. Prefer Northern Tier or TransAm, but will consider SAG of Southern Tier or Route 66 if the dates are right. For a fun, care-free crossing of the USA, let's get together. Email me. Email

Northern Tier West to East

Created: May 31, 2016

Leaving from Florence or Astoria in Oregon (flexible) at the end of June 2016, taking Lewis & Clark or TransAm to meet Northern Tier in Montana, continuing to New York. Targeting average 70-80 miles/day. Email

TransAmerica west to east Aug 11th - Oct 15th

Created: May 24, 2016

Hi there. I'm a 27-year-old girl from the UK. I'm cycling (most of) the TransAm Trail, from west to east, starting August 11. I'm starting in Portland, Oregon, then picking up the route around Kooskia, Idaho. I plan to ride around 80 miles a day, camping out with the occasional motel to have a proper wash every now and again. If this coincides with your plans, or if you're local and fancy joining for a day or two, let me know! Email

Northern Tier 2018 - Spring/Summer 2017

Created: May 23, 2016

I'm a 50-year-old male and I'd love some company for a bucket list ride from west to east. 70-80 miles a day as a guide but this is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure so will be very flexible to stop to see the sites and meet interesting people. Email

Southern Tier

Created: May 2, 2016

Southern Tier, June 1. Mission Bay, San Diego, California, to Jacksonville Beach, Florida. 61 days. Any riders at any point always welcome. More info check out Highway Inthesun under Robert Jamison on Facebook. Email

TransAm West to East 2017

Created: Apr 11, 2016

I'm planning my first cross-country bike trip in March of 2017. The plan is to fly to Astoria, Oregon, then ride to Richmond, Virginia. I hope to travel a minimum of 50 miles per day but would like to push it farther when possible. About me: I'm 29 years old, a musician, and new to bike touring. I currently live in San Diego, I'm a track bicycle racer, musician, and lover of craft beer. I'm looking for people who want to have a rad adventure, lots of fun, laughs, and see the country. Email

TransAm - August 2016

Created: Mar 15, 2016

I'm a retired 59-year-old male planning on starting the TransAm, west to east, August 3. This will be my first tour and hope to be doing 50 miles a day after the break-in period. Will rest once a week and camp probably 80% of the time. I will not be rushed and plan to enjoy myself. Company would always be welcome. Email

Route 66 - Sept. 2016

Created: Oct 20, 2015

Small group pedaling Route 66 — looking for others to join us for all or part. We will have a luggage van carrying our stuff & staying in motels / lodges. Average 55 to 65 miles per day (according to availability of lodging and terrain) with a day off each week. Luggage van will have all supplies plus a couple of coolers! Starting in September 2016 in Chicago. You can join for the whole shebang or just for a week or three! For info, drop me a message Email

TransAm — Leaving Sometime in 2016

Created: Sep 28, 2015

I'm leaving sometime in the summer of 2016. Eighty miles per day, camping 75%. I don't need someone to ride with but a friendly face at the campsite is nice. Please visit my Faceboo page at https://www.facebook.com/2016BicycleUSA Email

BikeCentennial 40+ in 2016

Created: Sep 14, 2015

Ride the BikeCentennial route 40 years later — I'm going and looking for company. I always go on RAGBRAI (last full week in July) so timing is somewhat important. I plan on starting in Astoria on May 15 with the goal of finishing in two months. 4,200 miles in 60 days? That's about 70 per day. Not a fan of total rest days, better to keep moving. I am willing to do short days. We can't schedule rain days. May 15 is a bit early so I will be trying to limit my riding the first couple of weeks so I don't burn out. Big-mile days can be had in the mid-section of the country. A mix of camping, motels and Warmshowers.org. Eating in restaurants and grocery stores as much as possible, I don't want to haul cooking gear too. Email

TransAm - Leaving in August 2016

Created: Aug 19, 2015

I plan on leaving in the middle of August trying to avoid some of the heat. 80 miles per day. Rest day when needed. Camping 90%. Need companions. Email

Europe

European Adventure

Created: Jul 5, 2016

I am a fit 65-year-old man who is a lifelong cyclist but a novice bike tourist. I would like to bike in Europe beginning in mid-August 2016. My idea is to start with El Camino from St. Jean Pied du Port, France, to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, and then head south for the winter months. I hope to use Warmshowers, Workaway, and campgrounds for economical travel. Since I will have no time constraints, I hope to stay for awhile and head north for a tour across Europe beginning in spring 2017, perhaps on one of the Eurovelo routes. I would appreciate feedback, such as "Are you crazy?" Any takers? I have some trepidation about doing this solo. I am also open to other ideas if like-minded folks want a companion for a grand adventure. Cheers! Email

Eastern Europe and Scandinavia

Created: Jun 16, 2016

Seasoned cycle tourist looking for another adventurous traveler (M/F, age 40+) to join him for all or part of a three-week trip in Denmark, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. I'm flying from Washington, DC, to Copenhagen on August 14 and returning on September 5. Most of the cycling will be in Eastern Europe with a few train and ferry rides in between to help cover some ground — and the water! Overnights (including Berlin, Prague, Krakow and Warsaw) will mostly be in B&Bs with a few in Warm Showers hosts' homes. I average a leisurely 45 miles a day and look for routes to historic sites and local attractions and through scenic regions, the mountains, small towns and villages — and wherever there are coffee shops and bakeries! Email

Berlin to Copenhagen - Sep 2016

Created: May 25, 2016

I anticipate averaging 30-50 miles per day with numerous stops to take in the countryside and food along the way. I hope to utilize Warm Showers or AirBnB for lodging. I am a laid-back, twice-retired (military officer, professor) 62-year-old who enjoys stimulating conversations over strong coffee. I am seeking riders who enjoy a leisurely pace and have a sense of humor. Take care and enjoy. Email

Great Divide Mountain Bike Route

Great Divide 2017

Created: Jul 27, 2016

I want to spend 2-3 weeks with one or two others on the Great Divide Trail starting somewhere on the northern end and going south in Summer 2017. Dates flexible. We could plan together. I was thinking 50-75 miles/day, but it's about the journey, not the destination. Over 40yo would be best, but male or female doesn't matter. Me: 55yo male with fair amount of touring & camping experience. Email

Great Divide - Steamboat Springs and points south

Created: Jul 12, 2016

Riding the route in sections. Starting from Steamboat Springs in late August 2016. Generally will follow the mileage and camping in the Cycling the Great Divide book. Occasional hotel. Will meet with friends on the trail near Saguache and continue to Cuba. Would enjoy experienced company for part or all. Email

GDMBR-Australian Rider

Created: May 13, 2016

I'm a 58-year-old Aussie guy starting the GDMBR early August. I have no planned distances in mind, but I will likely stick to the suggested itineraries in the GDMBR book/maps and adjust as required. I have experience in cycle touring, survival, remote area first aid, and a few other skills that might make for a fun and safe ride. I would like to at least start the ride with someone else and see how it goes from there. Email

GDMBR at a slower pace

Created: May 5, 2016

I'm an experienced touring person, 72, who has done the GDMBR from Banff to the Jackson, WY, area. I want to continue south this summer from Jackson for a week or 10 days. I'd like to do about 40 miles daily. I do a lot of photography and will have small, portable ham radio gear along. Looking for 1 or 2 others to accompany me. I have the maps. Camping/cooking of course! Dates are flexible. Email

Intermountain West

Colorado Trail

Created: Jul 14, 2016

I plan to ride 14 days on the Colorado Trail early August 2016 (short notice). I am a 59-year-old female with touring experience. I have ridden the GDMBR, Idaho Hot Springs Trail, and Utah Cliffs trail. Let me know if you have any interest. Email

ABQ to Denver via the mountains in September

Created: May 27, 2016

I'm Patrick, 31, from the Indianapolis area and I'm planning a road bike tour from Albuquerque to Denver, about 650 miles in total, starting in early September during a two-week vacation from my job. I have ridden the TransAm and Pacific Coast (with four other guys I met through Companions Wanted) and have done a few shorter bike trips since. If you have an interest in joining for all or part, let me know! Also, check my blog here for more: justridethebike.tumblr.com. Email

Touring in the Mile High

Created: May 16, 2016

This is my first post on the Adventure Cycling forum and I am new to bike touring. A couple of months ago, I totaled my motorcycle and my wife and I agreed that my motorcycle days are behind me for now. One of the things I loved about riding a motorcycle were the touring rides and the camaraderie of the adventure. So, I decided to purchase a 2015 Salsa Vaya. I purchased the bike about two months ago and have been using it to commute 12 miles roundtrip to/from work in Denver. I have done some solo riding as well for fitness. Are any of you out there in the Denver interested in doing some day rides in the Denver area as well as touring in Colorado? I am 38 years old and am in good fitness condition. Email

Missoula to Denver

Created: May 9, 2016

I'm leaving Missoula on July 24 heading for Denver. I'll be camping along the way with an occasional motel. I'm a high school teacher, mid-thirties, and can get along with a lot of people. Let me know if you're interested in joining for all or part of the way. I was half thinking of heading directly east to Bismark, but I suspect the Denver route will be a bit more dramatic. Email

Teenage Bikepacking in Utah

Created: Jan 6, 2016

Looking for other families for 2-4 day bikepacking trips. Two boys,13 & 15, beginner–intermediate trips,8-12 miles per day. Prefer trips w/in 4-6 hour drive from Salt Lake City. Email

Weekend Touring in Utah

Created: Jan 6, 2016

Self-supported weekend, long-weekend loaded road touring and bikepacking trips in Utah and nearby areas. Informal group: www.meetup.com/SLC-Bicycle-Touring-and-Bikepacking Email

International

New England to Colombia

Created: Jun 2, 2016

I am looking for a companion for the Latin American leg of a New England to Colombia trip, leaving Sept. 1, 2016. I expect to be crossing the Texas border at McAllen sometime Nov. 1 and following the Gulf coast south. I plan on an average of 50 miles per day, but I am flexible with both this and the route. Email

South Africa/Australia/Japan - Start 1/1//17

Created: May 23, 2016

Hi, I'm Michael, a soon-to-be-retired lawyer after 30 years of law practice, and I’m contemplating starting a long bike journey with no fixed start or end date. I’ve been thrice across the U.S. and twice across Europe, but that was ages ago. I imagine (nay, require) a slower pace, with days or even weeks in nice VRBO places while exploring interesting sites or just resting after long or grueling legs. Perhaps some winter skiing worked in. Looking for a woman to share the journey. Ideally, one with mental and physical mettle, smart, sophisticated, worldly, financially secure, able to roll with the punches, from reveling in the sublime to the grind of headwinds. Interested? Let's discuss via email. michaelhhimes@gmail.com Email

Latin America

Created: Feb 15, 2016

I am currently in Guatemala cycling south to South America. Would like cycling companions for part or all. I cycle at a moderate rate depending on terrain and availability of campgrounds or hostels. I'm self supported and cook about half the time. The other half dedicated to sampling the local fare. Email

Mid-Atlantic

DC to New Orleans

Created: Jun 10, 2016

Leaving Washington, DC, on August 10. Plan to ride 60-75 miles a day, camping with the occasional hotel. I am a 26-year-old male. Email

Midwest

Ride Across South Dakota

Created: Jun 13, 2016

Looking for companion(s), men and/or women to ride across South Dakota during the last week of August or first week of September. We could go west to east or east to west. We can be self-supported or take a SAG if possible. No fee; pay your own expenses. Call Dallas at 605-721-1427 or email. Email

Miscellaneous

TransAm Westbound or 4 Corners 2017

Created: Jul 22, 2016

Hey everyone, my name is Mike and I'm 32 years old. I've been planning to ride the TransAm route westbound starting in May '17 but recently have been tossing around the idea of doing the 4 corners, either starting in Wilmington, NC, or Houston, TX. I plan on camping and cooking most of the time so I can save my money for exploring national parks and things of that nature. Ideally it would be great to experience the whole journey with a friend, but I have no problems going solo. I am not putting any time constraints on the trip because I want to have the freedom do anything during the trip. TransAm timeframe = approx 3 months, leaving May ’17. 4 Corners timeframe = approx 6 months, leaving mid-Feb if in Wilmington, April if TX. Email

One State at a Time

Created: Jul 6, 2016

Looking ahead next year to do a thorough 3-week loop tour of just one, or maybe 2 or 3, smaller, northern states. I'd love to pedal Maine with New Hampshire and Vermont, or Michigan, or Montana, or some other state my companions may want to visit. Planning is easier this way than a longer cross-country trip. Flexible with start time; prefer camping, warmshowers, or couchsurf hosts. I am experienced and happy with 50-75 miles per day. Looking for 2 or 3 to chat with and make plans. Email

Route 66

Created: Apr 26, 2016

Heading out from St Louis, MO, on May 5, 2016, following Route 66 to Santa Monica, CA. Anyone interested in riding a day or two contact me. Riding 30 to 40 miles a day. Camping or hotels. I'm 61, just rode from Ohio to St Louis and will continue on May 5. Email

North America

Yukon to Colorado SHORT NOTICE

Created: Jul 18, 2016

Hi, I'm Ann, 54 years old, female. Experienced, long-distance cyclist seeking experienced company, with a sense of humor, for part or all. I'm now in Alaska cycling south to Whitehorse, will be there August 1. From there or any part of the route company will be very welcome. Jasper September 1, Missoula October 1; these dates are flexible, only I have to be in Denver October 25. Keeping to the Adventure Cycling routes Great Parks and Trans America Trail. Due to lack of time please send me a sms + 1 907 887 9585 or email: freckles24@gmail.com, facebook: freckles24@gmail.com. Also open to other like-minded ideas. Email

Crossing the north

Created: May 10, 2016

Currently in Alexandria, MN, on a trip from Michigan to Seattle. Traveling about 60 miles per day. Northern Tier to Havre, MT, then driving to Great Falls, then Lewis & Clark to WA. Would love to ride with someone for a day or two here and there. Email

Oregon Trail

Created: May 2, 2016

I plan to follow a section of the Oregon Trail across Wyoming this summer/fall. I am wanting several companions and a SAG driver. I am open to ride during Aug. 20-31 or Sept. 12-26. I am a 65+ year-old male with considerable long-distance riding experience. We will ride about 60 miles a day for about a week. A pickup will be our SAG. Call me at 605-721-1427. Email

Cycle Alaska - August - September 2016

Created: Feb 4, 2016

Would like to fly in to Anchorage and cycle to Homer. I'm open to other routes and starting points. I have lots of experience with multi-day rides in the U.S. Would prefer to camp out as much as possible, but I've been told that there are not many places to camp. I also want a shower or access to water in the evenings every day or every other day. I'm 58 years old live in Los Angeles, California. Email

Northeast

Atlantic Coast section 1

Created: Jul 14, 2016

Winter Harbor, ME 9/17/16, train #682 Brunswick, ME to Boston North Station 9/21/16, Windsor Locks, CT 9/23/16. I have my son picking me up in Windsor Locks; you will be on your own. Will be doing Bike Maine the week prior Sept 10-17th. Male in 60s, camping but eating at restaurants. Email

North Lakes Loop

Created: May 9, 2016

I am a 59-year-old retired male planning to bike the North Lakes Loop, departing late August 2016. I will cycle 50-60 miles per day, camping and cooking most nights. I will start the trip from my hometown (Cincinnati, OH), and connect with the North Loop Route at Denver, IN. I will follow the North Lakes Route going counter-clockwise (Mackinaw City-Escanaba-Conover-Manitowoc-Ferry to Ludington-retrace route to Cincinnati), and will take about 5 weeks to complete the 1,750-mile journey. I have some touring experience (two-week-long trips), but this will be my first multi-week trip. Let me know if you would like to join me on part or all of the route. Email

Northwest

Denver to Portland to LA

Created: Jul 20, 2016

Leaving Denver early August 2016 to head to Portland via the TransAm and Lewis and Clark routes. I'll take a brief break in Portland, then will head south to LA in October. It would be great to have a riding partner for any leg of the journey! I ride about 50 to 80 miles a day, generally departing early to avoid foul weather. My preference is to stay with warm showers or Couch Surfing hosts. If not available, I'm happy to camp out. I'm currently in the middle of a cross-country tour. Check out my blog if interested in learning about the trip so far: www.memybikeandacamera.com Email

Northern Tier section 1 Aug-Sept

Created: Jul 15, 2016

Greetings! I have decided to do the Northern Tier section 1 starting Aug 24. I plan to complete it in about 10 days but have a few extra if need be. I am planning on cycling to Coeur d'Alene and spending a few days there after I finish. I am planning on renting a car to bring me back to my home in Portland, Oregon. I am mid-30s and female with bike traveling experience. Any interests contact me. Thanks! Email

Cycle Alaska in August

Created: Jun 14, 2016

I would like a cycling partner or two for a ride through Alaska. I’m planning to fly into Fairbanks, AK, on August 9 and cycle to Homer. I return home August 29. I'm 55 years old and have done lots of multi-day rides in the USA and one in Canada. I would ride about 65 miles a day. I like to take a day or two off every 5 days. I'm flexible concerning mileage and rest days. I would like to spend a couple of days in Denali as well. I usually travel with a stringed instrument which I would share with others. David Urciuoli, Long Beach, CA. Email

Northern Tier

Created: May 25, 2016

I am completing the Northern Tier from Seaside, Oregon, to the Mississippi River. I did the first part from the Mississippi River to Maine. I am looking for one or two people to join me. I plan on leaving sometime in August of this year. I am 71 with other tours behind me. 50 miles a day is a good mileage day for me. Email

Lewis & Clark - Great Falls to Missoula

Created: Feb 22, 2016

I am a 44-year-old consultant doing my first bicycle tour in September along the Lewis & Clark route from Great Falls to Missoula, Montana. I am planning on leaving Great Falls the morning of September 3, and finishing by September 9. Looking for additional company on the route to ease into touring. Email

Pacific Coast

Pacific Coast Tour

Created: Jun 28, 2016

Planning a trip from Vancouver to San Diego, with day trips off the beaten ACM (like a day on Orcas Island, or camping in Olympic National Park!). If you live in any major cities on the west coast like Portland, San Fran, Los Angeles, etc, feel free to join me for a day if you can! tPlanning to leave second week of August, but this is still flexible. I need to be home by the end of September, though I don't see this trip taking longer than 6 weeks. I have most of the trip planned, but I'm nervous to do this alone! I'm a solid travel companion with stories, jokes, and just the right amount of spontaneity. Ride with me for a week or a few days, any amount of time you can do is welcomed! Email

October/November 2016--California Coastal Tour

Created: May 16, 2016

Ride the entire length of the California Coast with me! Estimated 1,050 miles at a rate of 50 miles per day following the Adventure Cycling route. Planning on 21 ride days and four rest days. I am a 35-year old woman who is taking time off work to adventure for several months. I currently live in Western Massachusetts and will be riding the Adventure Cycling Vermont Bike Tour in September 2016. This is my first experience planning an solo tour and hope to find folks to join me! Email

Sierra Cascades

Sierra-Cascades South-North Summer 2016

Created: Feb 18, 2016

I am a 28-year-old English teacher from Bozeman, Montana, setting off to ride the Sierra Cascades Route, and then connecting to Northern Tier to return home this summer. I'll be starting in San Diego on June 13, and finishing in Bozeman on August 22. Along the way I'll also be engaging in a study of EcoLit, Photography, and Place Based Writing for pro-dev. Check out my blog at teachwanderlearn.com to learn more. Email

South America

Lima to Bogota

Created: Apr 12, 2016

I'm on the road in Huaraz, Peru. There are some shorter local rides I'm going to do around the National Park. After that I'm headed to Columbia by way of Quito, Ecuador. Companions wanted for any or all. Email

Southeast

Florida Keys

Created: May 13, 2016

Oct 28-Nov 4, 2016. This will be my 30th self-supported tour of the Florida Keys. My tour is not a commercial tour...no SAG support. Riders are invited to join me as long as they accept my ride expectations. The ride begins in Florida City to Key West and return. Daily mileage is around 50 miles per day. Daily riding ends around 1PM which allows time to enjoy other activities such as touring, swimming, fishing, snorkeling, diving, or just kicking back. Email for additional details and ride expectations. Email

State to State

Christian Bicycle Tour: Maine to Florida

Created: May 24, 2016

Come pedal from Maine to Florida this fall, 2,000 miles in 40 days. We start on September 6 and finish on October 20. We will average 48 miles a day and sleep on air mattresses in churches This is an exciting ride opportunity to enjoy the great scenery of the Atlantic Coast while we reach the lost for Jesus. This is for adult Christians who want to ride with other Christians and tell people we meet along our journey about the love of the Lord. Visit website WHEEL POWER Christian Cyclists, wheelpower.org for all the details. I am Judy and the founder of WHEEL POWER and have been taking teams across America and throughout the USA since 1993. We pedal and proclaim the Gospel message of Jesus' love. Email

Grand Tour of Rail-Trails

Created: May 23, 2016

Super senior male, experienced cyclist seeking a 65-plus (preferably female) riding companion to bike rail trails across the USA estimated to take 2 to 3 months starting March or April 2017 from Atlanta. We would ride 20 to 50 miles out and back then move to the next on our planned list staying in motels or camping. Email

Atlantic Coast

Created: Feb 26, 2016

CanadatotheKeys.com is my ride I'm putting together starting 1 Oct. from Portland, Maine, to Key West, Florida, benefitting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. All riders welcome on this fully supported ride. We'll do 60-70 miles while taking one day a week off. All riders must purchase and wear the AFSP bike jersey and raise a minimum of $1000 for AFSP. My website will have all info shortly. This is a charity ride, not a race, all welcome Email

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