Retro City Cycles is holding an Alley Cat Race on Saturday, August 2! An Alley Cat race is a fun and exciting, point-to-point bicycle race involving all types of cyclists at all skill levels. All bikes are welcome! You will receive a map to get you from point to point in this scavenger-hunt fashion. We will be riding in and around the Greater Orlando area! Race will be 15-20 miles in length.
Registration will be at Retro City Cycles beginning at 1 pm. Race will start promptly at 2 pm. Rain or shine!
In addition to a fun day on the bikes, we are teaming up with One Heart for Women and Children, a local charity that provides the necessary resources for families as they transition through and overcome varying hardships of daily living in the Central Florida region and abroad.
Registration is $5 + a canned food item (or other donation) for One Heart. All race proceeds will go to One Heart.
FREE refreshments will be served after the race, and Houndstooth Sauce Company, located in the East End Market, will be setting up a tent and selling delicious BBQ!! http://www.houndstoothsauces.com/
Prizes will be awarded!
*Helmets are required!
*Entry is $5 + canned food item to One Heart, and all bikes are welcome to enter
*It is both a race and scavenger hunt… so pick one!
*There is no SAG… you will have to call if you need help
*Free “refreshments” at finish!!!
Any questions? Please call us at Retro City Cycles (407) 895-2700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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See the first-even fireworks on Lake Ivanhoe Saturday night!
“Red, OUT & Equal” is a FREE family-friendly event taking place at Gaston Edwards Park Saturday, July 5, from 12-9:30 pm. Water activities, volleyball tournament, live music, food trucks and cash bars!
Don’t miss it!
The event we’ve all been waiting for… our summer scavenger hunt!
Registration is $5 and will begin at 1 pm at Retro City Cycles; race will start at 2pm.
Participants will receive a list of easy to Google clues 15 minutes before the race begins. They will be able to Google these clues and uncover the locations before the race begins, giving them a chance to plan their route. Participants will take a “selfie” at each of 7 locations to prove they were there. First Place Team and First Place Single Rider will be recognized with prizes.
Race route will be 15-20 miles. All experience levels are encouraged to enter this race. There is no set route and it will be based on a time limit. You can set your own pace, route, and ride within your comfort level. So invite your friends and/or build a team! (up to four people on a team)
Come in and check them out. Tons of styles of bikes to choose from.
Come rent one for $70/half day(4 hours) $80/full day(8hours) $90/ 24 hour rental
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The GCX group is pleased to announce a limerock stage ride on Sunday 4 May as a last hurrah prior to the long season of hot months. Gilchrist and Levy counties each have quilt shops and quilt museums, so it is obviously “quilt country.” But they also have a great network of low traffic limerock roads. We’ll mostly be riding on a mix of farming and timber roads so a CX bike is optimal. You will see only one traffic signal over the 107 mile route.
Get a bike, get a light, get a liver! We’ll be pub crawling on St. Patty’s day starting from the bike shop at 2 in the afternoon. Sneak out of work early, and meet up with us as we cruise around from pub to pub, gathering shamrocks and shillelaghs as we go.