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Dear HBC,

The 2017 Ride the Vines cycling event benefitting GraceWorks will be April 22.

Beginning and ending at Samary Plantation, the bike routes will wind through the picturesque landscape of Williamson County. Novices and pros alike can choose from a 24-mile or 52-mile ride.

Our 52-mile ride will include three rest stops and the challenge of Pull Tight Hill. The 24-mile ride, will bypass Pull Tight Hill and includes one rest stop. Bathrooms, food and drinks are provided at every stop.

Starting this year, the 24-mile route will be named the “Brian Angle 24-Mile Ride” to honor the memory of the dedicated cyclist who participated in this event its first two years helping and encouraging newer riders. A portion of the proceeds from Ride the Vines will go toward the Brian Angle Leadership Award to Angle’s alma mater, Marshall University.

This event will feature a staggered start with the first ride beginning at 8 a.m. Afterwards, brunch will be served at Samary Plantation. The first 250 cyclists registering, 21 and older, will receive a special bottle of wine commemorating the event.

All the details and how to register is at RideTheVines.org.  Here’s a link:

Ride the Vines!

Thanks,
Jeff

Jeff Fuqua
Communications Manager

104 Southeast Parkway

Franklin, TN 37064

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Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Venue

Samary Plantation
2133 Allisona Road
Eagleville, TN 37060 United States
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Website:
http://www.samaryplantation.com/

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