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A fundraiser to benefit Highland County Recreation Commission sponsored programs and facilities.
MMRBC 2014 participants will enjoy some of the most beautiful rural countryside east of the Mississippi River. Challenging ascents, thrilling descents, rolling valley roads and breathtaking views from high atop the mountains of the Allegheny Highlands guarantee a challenge for all cycling skill levels. Water and food stops will be located approximately every 15-20 miles. SAG support is provided. Post ride meal is included. Choose your challenge (distances are approximate):
Blue Grass Valley Ride -- 27 miles of rolling valley hills.
Two State Short Ride -- 53 miles and 4 mountains to climb.
Two State Long Ride -- follow the century route for about 54 miles then add the Blue Grass Valley ride for a total of 67 miles with 4 mountains to climb.
Century -- 2 states, 3 counties, 9 mountains, over 100 miles and 13,720 feet of climb!!
Highland and surrounding counties are isolated and residents depend on volunteer rescue squads during emergency medical situations. The closest hospital from the starting point of the MMRBC is 55 miles. Ride organizers and volunteers trust that participants will keep this information in mind and ride safely and responsibly. Remember: This is not a race.
Registration Information and Ride Schedule
(Weather and/or road conditions may alter any course.)
August 1, 2013:
4:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. Registration and packet pick up at Highland County Public School (HCPS).
August 2, 2013:
6:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Registration at HCPS.
8:00 a.m. Mass start from HCPS parking lot.
2:00 p.m. Post-ride meal at HCPS.
Highland County Recreation Commission (HCRC)
The HCRC operates on a very limited annual budget. HCRC supports recreational activities for all ages, all people, and all interests in this most rural county east of the Mississippi River. County residents have enjoyed many activities through the HCRC. We also offer scholarships for families who cannot afford registration fees for youth activities. Your support of this ride ensures HCRC can continue to offer varied and fun activities for all.
Highland Recreation Director:
2011 Photos courtesy David Cockerham.
is open and free to Bikers and their famililes Fri., Aug. 1 and Sat., Aug. 2.
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