February 03, 2010

Little Red - mark your calendar

Hey girls, mark your calendar for the upcoming Little Red Riding Hood ride which will be held
June 5, 2010.  This ride is dedicated to

Women Cycling For a Cause

One of the best cycling “Girls’ Weekend” activities you will find in the country is in Logan, Utah, which is about 80 miles north of Salt Lake City. The event is the Little Red Riding Hood Ride and it is the largest and longest all-women’s bike ride in the country.

The ride offers route distances of 15, 35, 45, 62, 80 and 100 miles and all the funds raised from Little Red go to support women-specific cancer research. The ride has attracted women from all over the USA and a few other countries as well, including Canada, Mexico, Italy and Australia. It’s a welcoming atmosphere for all types of cyclists; you’ll see mothers, daughters and grandmothers cycling side by side.

Click here for registration information

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

feeling very lazy and unmotivated today, how did you know? ate a whole bag of cadbury eggs (i swear the bags are getting smaller), did you know they are coming out now BEFORE V-day?! crap, i needed this post. thanks!

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