On Sunday September 11, 2005, the Hawaii State Cycling Association will be hosting Hawaii's premier annual bicycle race, the Dick Evans Memorial Road Race. The course is a 112-mile loop around the beautiful island of Oahu, passing through Waikiki, Honolulu and along the famed surf breaks of the North Shore. The Dick Evans Memorial is an event rich in history and competition, routinely contested by Hawaii's best as well as top amateurs and pros from California, Japan and elsewhere. Triathletes also know that this race was once combined with the Honolulu Marathon and Waikiki Roughwater Swim to become the first ever "Ironman" triathlon competition (and now you know why the cycling leg of any Ironman-distance competition is 112 miles!).
Registration online at www.active.com (keyword: Dick Evans); field limited to 150 riders.
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