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June 13, 2009…..2nd Annual Pedal the Piedmont

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009 |

Pedal the Piedmont is not just another bike ride, but it is a GREAT bike ride with fun events for the whole family! pedal-the-piedmont

The Rotary Club of Kernersville, North Carolina is proud to sponsor a premier cycling event, Pedal the Piedmont, on June 13th, 2009. We expect this inaugural ride to incite cyclists to seek out this event in future years, because of the commitment of the Rotary Club of Kernersville to safety, fun, great routes and even better food. In the tradition of exceptional community service of the Rotary Club of Kernersville, we expect this event to provide funds to support the youth of our community.

Starts at the Dudley Inn

Registrations starts at 7am
100k ride starts 8:15, 50k at 9am

Contact person – Joshua Katz – or 919-619-2817

KING AND QUEEN OF THE HILL AWARDS. $250 gift certificate each, courtesy of Jenee’s Jewelry.

For more information please visit

Spinz 4 Hope

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 |

Spinz 4 HopeSaturday May 9th is the third annual bike ride to benefit Relay 4 Life of Guilford County. Registration is at 8am and the ride will begin at 8:30 from Spinz Bicycle in High Point. There will be 21, 37 and 53 mile options. Hope to see you there.

Download the brochure.

Rolling in the Valley Bicycle Ride – April 18, 2009

Sunday, April 5th, 2009 |

Ride Information:

Ride begins / ends at Pleasant Grove UMC. 8131 Old US Hwy 64, Lexington, NC 27292

8, 25 & 50 mile routes
Participants should sign in from 7am – 8am

Bike ride will start at 8am sharp (rain or shine).

All participants will receive a course map and a participant number.

Refreshments are available at rest stops.

Spaghetti lunch will be served following the ride.

Download the 2009 Rolling in the Valley brochure.

Proceeds / Donations used for
the following Civitan Projects:

ARC of Davidson Co.
Civitan International Research Center
Civitan Research Center at Duke Univ.
Community Living Services
Exceptional Classes at South Davidson HS
SDHS Junior Civitan Special Prom
Special Olympics Davidson Co.
Special Olympics North Carolina
Stoner-Thomas School
SV Civitan Western Dance
SV Civitan Special Olympics Outing
Workshop of Davidson, Inc.

Tuesday/Thursday Evening Fitness Center Rides

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009 |

Tuesday/Thursday evening rides from The Fitness Center will start back this Thursday April 2nd. The ride will leave promptly at 5:45 PM.

“Gimme 5! I Can Survive Walk Run Ride for Life”

Monday, March 30th, 2009 |

April 4, 2009
Finch Park
15 Paul Beck Rd, Lexington NC

5K & Fun Walks, 5K Run, 25, 50 &100 K Bike Rides

Registration Starts @ 7:30 am
Bike Rides Start @ 8:30 am $25 Registration Fee*
5K Run Starts @ 10:00 am $25 Registration Fee*
5K & Fun Walks Start @ 10:30 am Free*

*Cost of $25 for Bike Rides and Run includes lunch, T-shirt & door prizes
5K & Fun Walks are Free, but anyone to raise $25 receives a free T-Shirt

All profit goes to Davidson County Cancer Services to help the uninsured and under insured of Davidson County who have been diagnosed with cancer.


Ride for Courage: Polar Bear Metric Century

Sunday, November 30th, 2008 |

Cancer Services’ 5th Annual “Ride for Courage: Polar Bear Metric Century”
Date: January 1, 2009 NEW YEAR’S DAY
Location: “Our House” South Fork Community Center (4403 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem)

Cancer Services’ 5th Annual “Ride for Courage: Polar Bear Metric Century”

Choose from one of two routes including the 67 Mile “Metric Century” and the 25 Mile “Courage Loop.” Thanks to Phoenix Company, our Registration Sponsor, you have the awesome chance to win some neat goodies from local bike shops if you register by December 15th for only $35…which includes great food for breakfast & lunch, and swag! We hope to see all of you polar bears there!
Visit for more information and to register.

Can’t ride? Donate to support your favorite courageous polar bear at Halloween Ride Costumes Optional

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008 |

On Saturday November 1st is sponsoring a not for profit bicycle ride with all proceeds going to Open Door Ministries in High Point. This benefit ride has 30 and 60 mile options. Registration starts at 8:00 A.M and the ride will start at 9:00 A.M. on Saturday, November 1st leaving from the Golden Corral Restaurant right across the street from the Oak Hallow Mall. Registration will consist of $15 or a larger gift if you prefer and a minimum of two cans of food. At registration you will receive a ticket for a buffet lunch at the Golden Corral immediately following the ride. All proceeds will go to Open Door Halloween Ride Costumes Optional

Come join all the fun with your friends for a great benefit ride, lunch, and fellowship. Thank you for supporting Open Door Ministries and the community it serves.

See you there.
Wyatt Briggs for

Tour For a Miracle

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 |

Walk/Run/Cycle Event to benefit the Miracle League Field of the Triad. Tour For a Miracle

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

AJ Simeon Stadium
2920 School Park Road
High Point, NC

Preregister to Participate and/or Be a Sponsor!!!

Download the brochure/registraiton form.

For More Information call: 336-889-8181

For more information on the Miracle League, please visit their website at:

Ride for Hunger

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008 |

Join us on Saturday, November 1st for a Ride for Hunger to benefit Open Door Ministries. Ride for Hunger

Open Door Ministries is a non-profit organization based in High Point, North Carolina. Open Door Ministries provide help for those in need, whether through their emergency services help, through their Father’s Table Food Kitchen, or through the Open Door Shelter, an emergency shelter for men.

Registration costs $15 and a minimum of two cans of food or other non perishable food items. We will meet in the parking lot of Golden Corral in High Point, outside of Oak Hollow Mall. Registration will begin at 8:00am and the ride will start at 9:00am. You will have your choice of a 30 or 60 mile route. Both routes are mainly flat with an exception of a few slight hills. After the ride, you can enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at Golden Corral. You will receive your meal ticket when you register before the ride. This includes buffet lunch, drink, and tip. Present your ticket to the cashier. Labor Day Charity Benefit Ride

Monday, August 25th, 2008 |

When: Monday, September 1st at 8:00 AM

Where: Fitness Center in High Point (behind High Point Regional Hospital at corner of Lindsay St. & Quaker Lane)

What: 60 mile and 35 mile bike rides, cue sheets will be provided at the start.  (The 60-mile route will venture to picturesque country roads in Randolph County).

Please bring: 2 or more cans of food or other non-perishable food items; and/or monetary donation.  (Monetary donations may be provided in cash, or check payable to West End Ministries). Labor Day Charity Benefit Ride100% of all donations to benefit the Food Ministry program of West End Ministries in High Point.  For more information on the Food Ministry and other programs at West End, please visit

If you are unable to attend, you may drop off food and/or monetary donations prior to ride day at either the Fitness Center, or Bicycle Toy & Hobby.  (This option can also be used for those riding their bikes to the start to save lugging cans around).

The ride is not limited to members and is open to all.  Please invite anyone who may be interested.

Thanks for your support!


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