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Cyclists Have Several Route Options for Sunday Century Bike Ride

There is still time to sign up for the Ga. 400 Hospitality Highway Bike Ride, which runs through Sandy Springs.


Lower early morning temps will hopefully accommodate cyclists on the , Sunday. 

The ride starts at Holcomb Bridge Road, Exit 7 on Ga. 400 and goes through Sandy Springs, Milton, Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta and other scenic areas of North Fulton. Cyclists have 9-mile, 23-mile, 60-mile, and 100-mile route options. 


For adults the ride is $40 in advance and $50 Sunday. Children ages 12 to 18 can register for $30 in advance or $50 the day of the race.

Georgia 400 will be closed to vehicular traffic traveling south from Holcomb Bridge Road to Northridge Road from 6:30 -7 a.m.

The route will take riders south on Ga. 400 to Northridge. Riders will then take Dunwoody Place to Roberts Drive and then onto Roswell Road where they will then cross the Chattahoochee River Bridge going north on Highway 9 (Roswell Road) back into the City of Roswell.

More on the race from Century Ride website:

The 100 mile ride is over 8,500 feet of climbing up short steep hills promises to burn over 8700 calories.

The 60-Mile ride also ascends 5,500 feet and will climb the "Three Sisters" same as the 100-milers do. The Three sisters are three short climbs near the end of the ride in Roswell. You will have cheering fans as you pedal squares up the Big Sister in Mountain Park and Middle Sister as you pound your way through Wildwood Springs and finally you will roll up the Little Sister in Waverly Hall.

Adrianne Murchison July 06, 2012 at 03:06 PM
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