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Bob Roll Ride for Kids in California

By:
Antonio J. Salmerón
Published:
November 02, 2007, 0:00 GMT,
Updated:
April 20, 2009, 22:49 BST
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Latest Cycling News for November 2, 2007

The Marin County chapter of ZteaM Cycling, a national cycling club supporting the growth of masters,...

The Marin County chapter of ZteaM Cycling, a national cycling club supporting the growth of masters, elite, and youth cycling, is hosting a charity ride together with Bob Roll. On Sunday, November 11, the "Bob Roll Ride for Kids", presented in conjunction with NorCal High School MTB Racing League, will give cyclists the opportunity to ride with former bike racer and current network cycling commentator while helping to support a good cause.

The ride will start and finish at the Woodlands Market in Kentfield, California, and be escorted by the California Highway Patrol: Departure is at 8 a.m. on Sunday, November 11. Participants will ride neutrally until the end of Nicasio Reservoir on their way to completing the 45-mile loop.

All proceeds from the tax-deductible ride will go to youth cycling (NorCal Cycling, Fast Freddie Foundation, Trips for Kids, and ZteaM Cycling). Entry fees prior to the event are $75, $125 or $200; Same day registration is $100. Online registration closes on Friday, November 9 at 8am Eastern Time. The field limit is 200, so riders are encouraged to reserve their spaces early.

To register for the event, visit www.bikereg.com (key word: Bob Roll) or mail reservations with checks to ZteaM Cycling, 107 Reed Ranch Road, Tiburon, CA 94920. For questions or comments, please email zteamcycling@gmail.com.

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