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Bike the Beautiful TN Countryside

Wanna ride this year's Jack & Back with me & my sweetheart? We'd love to have YOU on our team!!

I know 115 miles sounds like forever, but it's actually very doable over a two-day period, and it's such a fun date with your sweetie. And it's for a great cause!

If you're not in middle Tennessee, there might be a ride in your area - there are 16 similar rides across the country.

Here's more info from the MS website:

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October 4 & 5, 2008
Jack Daniel's "Bike to Jack and Back"
Bike MS 2008

The Jack Daniel's "Bike to Jack and Back" starts in Franklin, TN and
finishes in Lynchburg. This is a beautiful scenic ride through
Tennessee's countryside just on the brink of fall. Enjoy a tour of
the incredible Jack Daniel's Distillery; feast on all of the Jack
Daniel's fixin's that you can eat, as well as some Lynchburg Lemonade.
Get to know Jack!

The National MS Society and local sponsors will provide rest stops
with refreshments every 10-12 miles, supplies along the route, support
and gear vehicles, bike mechanics and medical staff throughout the
weekend to help you.

Registration fee May 1st - September 4th $35. Late registration
after September 4th $55.

Tour Minimum Pledge: $300

115 or 150 Miles of Open Road Ahead - You've always been up for a challenge.
And meeting this one can make a world of difference. Two days, 150
miles that will challenge you and reward you like no other cycling
event. Will power versus fatigue. Training versus excuses. It's time
to ride the MS Bike Ride.

Support - The MS Bike Ride is a fully supported event. You train and
fundraise and we'll take care of you on the event.

We can make a difference. This is why we Ride.

Find more info at the MS website. If you have questions about the event, feel free to leave them in the comment section & I'll try my best to answer them.

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