2009 Central Coast Century Ride to Defeat ALS

Experience the magnificent vistas and challenges of
the Central Coast and its wine country. This ride begins at Avila Beach
in San Luis Obispo and features three, world-class routes including a
100 mile Century, 100k Century and 25k Fun Ride. After the ride, be our
guest for a beachfront festival featuring Central Coast wines, amazing
tri-tip barbecue and entertainment. Did we mention we start and finish
on the beach?

You can help to defeat ALS!!
Although
there are no minimum fundraising requirements to participate in the
ride, we hope you will join our efforts to find a cure for ALS and to
help people living with the challenges of the disease. Be a team
captain or join a team. Gather your friends, family and co-workers and
have the satisfaction of helping to win the battle against ALS.

Your
$75 Individual ($25 Youth) registration includes: a beautiful,
supported ride, fully stocked rest stops, SAG wagon service, SWAG bag,
lunch and festival pass.

Please visit our website for full information: www.ridetodefeatals.com

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