Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy (MRC)
will host the 9th Annual Tour de Talbot on September 21, 2013, at an
exciting new location: the grounds
of the Calhoon MEBA Engineering School on the banks of the beautiful Miles
River. And this year the barbeque
lunch at the end of the ride will be accompanied by live music.
Come ride for clean rivers! Early registration at www.tourdetalbot.org is discounted.
Register as an individual, join a team, or create your own team. Cycling teams, business teams,
family teams, and teams of friends join with individual riders for this popular
event. Last year’s 300 registrants
included pro riders, kids, and all cycling levels in between.
Registration includes lunch and a drink
ticket, a tee shirt, rest stops with food and drinks, fully supported and
marked routes of 20, 60, or 100 miles, and cheering crowds at the finish
line. Kids under 16 ride
free. Routes follow the flat,
scenic back roads of Talbot County and multiple rest stops are located on the
banks of the Wye and Choptank Rivers.
The ride supports the work of MRC to
preserve and protect the Miles, Wye, and Choptank Rivers and Eastern Bay. Once registered, riders can raise funds
and sponsors in support of their ride using the event website. Teams and individuals raising the most
money receive prizes. Don’t miss
it! Visit www.tourdetalbot.org for all the details.
Event sponsors for the 9th
Annual Tour de Talbot include Easton Utilities, The Talbot Preservation
Alliance, and Charm City Run.
From Rt. 50 East:
Turn right on Easton ByPass (322) – make right onto St Michaels Rd/MD 33 (4th traffic light). Travel 3 miles to school entrance on right.
From Rt. 50 West:
Turn left on Easton ByPass (322) – make left onto St Michaels Rd/MD 33 (2nd traffic light). Travel 3 miles to school entrance on right.
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