Joel Lawrence Wins 24 Hours of Booty Challenge

Written on September 16, 2009 – 10:19 am | by admin |

24 Hours of BootyCongratulations to Joel Lawrence for winning the 24 Hours of Booty Challenge for the August 26th time trial. Joel had a time of 24:00.62.

The 24 Hours of Booty supports the Time Trials at Lowe’s Motor Speedway and all cycling in the Carolinas. Part of their sponsorship of the TT at the Speedway is The 24 Hours of Booty Challenge (24HoBC). This challenge is open to all TT participants and consists of a CASH PRIZE of $24.00 for the rider whose time is closest to 24 minutes, for completing the ten mile time trial.

The 24 Hours of Booty Challenge will be part of all six of the time trial events. The winner of each Challenge Award during this series will be in the race for the Season Award of $124, which will be presented to the winner of the most Challenge Awards. This will be presented at the TT Series awards presentations, held at the last time trial event.

The 24 Hours of Booty is a non-competitive, 24-hour road cycling charity event that is held in Charlotte, NC. The event benefits the Lance Armstrong Foundation and local cancer charities. Held on the world famous “Booty Loop” the ride is a fun, safe ride. Last year’s event had almost 1300 participants who rose over $1,100,000. The annual 24 Hours of Booty charity cycling event was scheduled to roll on the “Booty Loop” in Myers Park from 7 p.m. Friday, July 24 to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 25, 2009. This great event, geared for teams and individuals, is open to participants of all ages and skill levels. Event registration is open, but will be capped at the first 1,300 registrants. A minimum fund raising goal of $150 is required by July 10, 2009. Carolinas Medical Center’s Blumenthal Cancer Center is the presenting sponsor of this year’s event where participants gather at the Queens University athletic fields for camping, food and fun.

Spencer Lueders says the momentum behind the event has been so strong that we’re proud to now offer 24 Hours of Booty in Charlotte, North Carolina and now also in Columbia, Maryland. As always, 24 Hours of Booty is open to individuals of every cycling ability. Year after year, we’re proud of how this extraordinary event brings together individuals of all ages and cycling abilities to raise awareness and funding for noteworthy cancer charities.

Congratulations to Spencer Lueders and the staff of the 24 Hours of Booty organization and most importantly, everyone that participated in this great charity ride. As of this July 24, they have raised over $ 1,012,251 and are pushing to meet their goal of $ 1,300,000.

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