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September 29/99 12:11 pm - Biker Banquet, League of American Bicyclists 2000 Rallies


Posted by Editoress on 09/29/99
 

1999 Biker Banquet

All is in place for November 6 at Camp Fortune Ski Lodge for the 1999 Biker Banquet.

Cyclists of all description are invited to a great night of "Tales from the Big Ring".

Nominations are being accepted for awards.

Guest speaker finalists include: Pierre Harvey, PeeWee Herman, Marco Pantani's pharmacist, Sporty Spice.

Tickets $35 available soon.

Live band, non smoking, semi formal, door prizes, buffetini superduperini.

RSVP: John Large bridgap@cyberus.ca


LEAGUE OF AMERICAN BICYCLISTS NATIONAL RALLIES OF CYCLISTS SUMMER, 2000

For further information, contact Maureen Becker 202 822-1333

SCENIC PENNSYLVANIA, MINNESOTA, AND WASHINGTON STATE WILL LURE CYCLISTS TO LEAGUE'S RALLIES NEXT SUMMER

Flip your calendar to the next millennium and start dreaming of Rallies 2000! Reserve the dates now for another fun-filled summer of League Rallies, and stay tuned for further details.

Covered Bridge Rally Bloomsburg University Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania June 2-5, 2000

Join the League in covered bridge country! Madison County has nothing on Columbia County, Pennsylvania. Columbia County, located just north of Harrisburg in Central Pennsylvania, is home to 22 - that's right, 22 - covered bridges, including the nation's only twin span. And as if that's not enough, neighboring Montour County has another two, for a total of 24 covered bridges, many of which are within biking distance. Rumor has it that a certain 50-mile route leads to ten of those picturesque treasures. Come to the Covered Bridge Rally in Bloomsburg and find out for yourself. And who knows? You might find yourself sharing a bridge with an Amish horse & buggy.

Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Rally University of St. Thomas St. Paul, Minnesota June 30-July 3, 2000

The Twin Cities Bicycling Club invites you to St. Paul for a fabulous Fourth of July Holiday Weekend! Experience an outstanding combination of city and country riding, bicycling along roads or paved trails, or leaving the beaten path entirely. See twenty-five lakes on a 35-mile ride and bike for miles along the Mississippi's green river bluffs and valleys. Visit historic sites such as Fort Snelling and St. Anthony Falls, and marvel at such modern delights as the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the Walker Art Center and, of course, the Mall of America. And lest we forget what is most near and dear to the cyclist's heart - each year on the July Fourth weekend, St. Paul plays host to the Taste of Minnesota - a food lover's dream come true!

Cascades to the Coast Rally Western Washington University Bellingham, Washington August 18-21, 2000

The Mount Baker Bicycle Club and the Skagit Bicycle Club invite you to their Pacific Northwest paradise. The charming town of Bellingham, known as the Gateway to the San Juan Islands, awaits discovery. Ride roads, paved trails, and mountain bike trails under the watchful eye of snow-capped Mount Baker. Pedal on fabulous country roads through farm and forest, along seashores and out to a few islands. Swim in sparkling lakes that are easy rides from town. A weekend isn't long enough to become immersed in this breath-taking scenery, so make it a real vacation and stay for the Cascade Bicycle Club's Ride Around Washington, immediately following the Rally.

Brochures will be available in January 2000. For more information, contact the League of American Bicyclists at 1612 K Street NW, Suite 401, Washington DC 20006. 202-822-1333. bikeleague@bikeleague.org. www.bikeleague.org.

 


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