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“Strange Things Afoot at the Circle K”

2014 May 3
by gregdemop

Bikes at Mads

Okay, maybe “strange” isn’t the right word… How about the new normal? KCV Cycling Club is proud to announce a new monthly club meeting format including guest speakers and educational/social opportunities.

In addition to having fun and discussing club business, we will now feature a different guest speaker(s) and topic at the beginning of each meeting to get things rolling.

We invite the entire community to join us at our next meeting on May 27th, when we are proud to host Tim Devlin, David Wildman, and Mason Geiger. Tim & Dave are riding their bikes along the Great Divide Route to raise $25,000 for the 2nd Mile Missions Orphanage in Bavaro, Dominican Republic. Mason Geiger of Mason Geiger Photography & Film will be traveling along to create a documentary of the journey.

Tim and Dave have committed to ride from the Mexico boarder starting at Antelope Wells, NM and will ride 2,740 miles to Banff, AB through the Rocky Mountains in 34 days or less. They will tell us all of the details of how they are preparing for this grueling ride, from their physical training, to what they plan to eat and drink, along with how & what they pack to carry with them on their bikes. For more info on the Tour Divide -Tim and Dave, join us at the May meeting to meet the riders or visit their website.

What else is discussed at the monthly club meetings? All things cycling: road riding, mountain biking, local events, such as the KCV-produced Fat & Skinny Tire Festival, racing, advocacy & community involvement, trail use & maintenance, education, and anything else involving two wheels and pedals.

The KCV Cycling Club welcomes all on the last Tuesday of each month (except December) at 8:00 pm in the Mad Room at Mad Anthony’s Lake City Tap House in Warsaw. For more info on the KCV Cycling Club, join us at the May meeting or surf around our site. You can also find us on facebook and twitter.

Ride on!

(article written by: Russell Webb)

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