Do your children love to ride? Mountain Biking is not like other sports; race and non-race options are available for any 6-12th grader for the 2022-2023 school year. Everyone rides together, and no one is left behind. Join us to answer any questions about mountain biking and see what it is all about.
Do your children love to ride? Mountain Biking is not like other sports; race and non-race options are available for any 6-12th grader for the 2022-2023 school year. Everyone rides together, and no one is left behind. Everyone Rides! No Try-outs! No Cuts!
Spin through the quiet country roads of beautiful Coweta, Spalding and Meriwether Counties. Well-marked routes include 35, 59, 75 and 100 mile distance options. Gently rolling terrain makes for a fast ride if you want it to be! Ride is fully supported with a central well-stocked rest stop/party zone including nutrition, hydration, ice, bike mechanics and entertainment. More information.
Get ready for the 2021 Worst Day of the Year Gravel Ride! We’ve been lucky that for the last couple of years, it has not actually been the WORST day of the year, but with what 2020 has thrown us, who knows? Come ride with us and find out! Ride starts at 10 a.m. at the Haralson Pavilion and there will be 30-mile and 50-mile options. More information.
The Wilson100 is named after Scott Wilson, one of the past presidents of the Southern Bicycle League who made tremendous contributions to improving cycling in the Atlanta area. Scott Wilson was in his late 30’s when he passed away in September 1986 of cancer. This being the original SBL Century ride that started in the 1970’s was re-named for Scott in 1987.
New for this year is the 100 Mile Bailout which will be 78 miles in length. On site registration and packet pick-up starts at 6:30 a.m.