Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Ride Ataxia Orlando

Building on the momentum we established with our ride in Tampa, FL last year, the Orlando location will provide a well supported, challenging ride for all riders.  The Orlando ride will feature 16, 25, and 50 mile routes allowing participation from all ability levels.  All routes will feature strong SAG support, fully stocked rest stops, and what has been called "The best post ride food ever" provided by Outback Steakhouse and Carrabba's Italian Grill.  All routes will start and end at Waterfront Park in Clermont, FL.

  • The 16 mile route will take place on the South Lake Trail heading east with a rest stop and turn around point at mile 8.  This out-and-back route will give riders the option to ride a shorter length if they choose. View the 16 mile route here: http://rideataxia.org/orlando/images/16map.png.
  • The 25 mile route will travel around Lake Minneola, out to Groveland to our first rest stop at Lake David Park and back.  This route will include varied traffic conditions and is recommended for intermediate and advanced riders.  View the 25 mile route here: http://rideataxia.org/orlando/images/25map.png.
  • The 50 mile route will travel around lake Minneola, out to Groveland, up through Mascotte, around through Ferndale and back to Clermont.  This route will also include varied traffic conditions and is recommended for advanced riders only.  View the 50 mile route here: http://rideataxia.org/orlando/images/50map.png.
The Orlando location will provide access to one of the country's premier cycling atmospheres and will allow us to partner with strong teams from Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill, and Catrike.  The ride will also receive support from Coca-Cola and Brown and Caldwell.

We look forward to seeing you on the road or trail for Ride Ataxia Orlando on November 6, 2011.

For all the details and to register please visit rideataxia.org/orlando.


Spinner said...

Is this going to be Fun or what - sure hope plans work out so I can make this trip;) going to statr looking for a rental trike NOW!

Kerri Dyer-Keen said...

Sounds like a great event! Would love do this in my hometown.

Anonymous said...

YES, not only did I get to go to Philly's Ride Ataxia (those hand cycles are for NO wimps - I only made it a couple miles). But I get to go to ORLANDO. An on-line Cartrike friend is bring his extra trike for me - I get to stay at the HAMPTON INN, helping with the packet pick up and morning set up - hope I'm up to go the FIFTY - we'll see if the legs feel up to that ;)

Anonymous said...

Was a GREAT RIDE - thanks for the wheels Kyle & Mark, but now I want one!

Spinner said...

That was so fun - I can hardly wait for the Dallas ride! Let me know about registering - and I hope to find a local trike rental here;)

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