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2017 LoCo Ride NOW OPEN

Join us for the 5th LOCO Ride! Sunday, May 21, 2017.  Choose from three routes of 26, 50 or 75 miles through scenic Loudoun County with multiple supported rest stops featuring great treats from The Feed Zone cookbooks and Skratch Labs.

  • select from three ride length options –  25, 50 or 70 miles.  See routes here.
  • enjoy beautiful scenery
  • great support stops along the way with tasty homemade nutrition!
  • On ride day, choose challenging or easier route options depending on your goals
Register by April 15, 2017 for $40
Register from April 15 – May 13, 2017  for $50
Register after May 13, 2017  for $60, including in-person on the day of the ride
 

Register Now!

LOCO Ride is a ride, not a race. However, it is subject to some specific regulations.

  • All participants must wear a helmet
  • Bicycles may not have motors or wind fairings attached
  • No trailers of any kind are allowed
  • Tandems and recumbent bicycles are allowed
  • Riders must obey all traffic laws and bike trail regulations
  • Rolling start begins at 7am.  All riders must start by 9:30am.

Cancellation and Refund Policies

  • The event will run rain or shine.
  • No refunds or transfers of registrations.

Ride Day Checkin In

  • 7am-9:30am Pick up participant number, wrist-band, cue sheets, and tshirts.
  • Location:   Transition Triathlon – 222 S King St, Leesburg VA 20175
  • Parking – limited parking in Transition Triathlon lot.  Other options include several Leesburg Town parking structures within a few blocks of the store, or Loudoun County High School parking lot, just adjacent to the W&OD Trail about 1.5 mile from store.
  • Riders must display number on their bike or back.
  • Riders must show wrist band at rest stops.

We look forward to riding with you on May 21st!

Proceeds Benefit Friends of Homeless Animals

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Proceeds to benefit Friends of Homeless Animals. FOHA strives to bring an end to the unnecessary killing of companion animals, by providing a safe haven for abused and abandoned animals. It is there where they provide food, shelter, medical care, rehabilitation, and compassion to homeless animals. All this in hopes finding permanent, loving homes for the animals in our care. But most importantly, bring about a time when there will be no more homeless pets and every dog and cat can be guaranteed a loving home.

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