August 25, 2012
Hundreds of cycling enthusiasts will join the fourth annual CSU Ram Bicycle Classic, Sunday, Sept. 23, with all rides starting and ending on the Colorado State University campus.
This non-competitive bicycle tour of Larimer County will feature four routes to accommodate riders of all abilities.
Open to riders of all ages and abilities, this year’s Ram Bicycle Classic has moved to the fall – capitalizing on the beautiful autumn weather with breathtaking foliage and mountain views along the foothills.
There will be multiple aid stations fully-equipped with food, water, restrooms, and mechanical and first aid support on each route.
Upon finishing the ride, participants are invited to join the after-ride party, which will include a complimentary catered lunch, beer garden, live music, chair massages and bike expo and a chance of winning a brand new bamboo Panda bicycle, valued at $2,500.
A kids’ bike safety clinic will be hosted after the ride by the Larimer County Bicycle Pedestrian Education Coalition.
Registration includes a full day of festivities: the ride; a commemorative T-shirt; ride support; and, the post-ride celebration and lunch.
This one-day event will benefit CSU’s Global Social & Sustainable Enterprise MBA program. Net proceeds will support student scholarships and summer field work in developing regions of the world.
CSU’s GSSE Program equips students to become global social entrepreneurs, improving the lives of people while building profitable ventures. The program admits 25 students each year, with about half of those students coming from abroad.
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