The following is an important message brought to you from The Columbia Triathlon Association on behalf of The Mid Maryland Triathlon Club regarding the Iron Girl/Celebration Tri Practice Ride for THIS SUNDAY ONLY - MAY 2, 2010.This week's Iron Girl/Celebration Sprint Ride will be moved to coincide with the MMTC ANNUAL COLUMBIA TRI Brick-n-Pic, MAY 2, 2010.
We will NOT be leaving from Princeton Sports on Sunday!GENERAL INFORMATION
Meet at Centennial Park, Pavilion C
Plan on riding ~10:30, but see the timeline below for full details.
We will have ride leaders (still need volunteers!), and Princeton will be providing bike support for the ride.
Think about bringing your running shoes and doing a short brick workout around the lake. You do not have to go long, but it is a good idea to start getting used to the way your legs will feel when you start that run after the bike.
If you are able to stay for the picnic, be sure to send a note to Bill Wheeler and take a look at your license plate to see what you should bring (again - see the notes below)
If you have any questions, feel free to send Michele a note directly at email@example.comFULL DETAILS
This is a family friendly event. We have a reserved Pavilion "C" at Centennial Lake.
MMTC will grill the burgers, dogs, chicken. We will have full MMTC banners in effect. Team Fight and friends are ALL WELCOME!The Brick
Start time 10:00 am. All portions of the itinerary are optional.
10:00 AM.: slow 5k around the lake to get the legs warmed up and ready to ROLL.
10:45 AM: We start out on our tour of the Columbia Tri Bike course. Riders of all abilities are encouraged to ride.
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM. We start different groups running the full Columbia Tri 10K course. The Pic
(Around 12:00 PM)
While we're all our getting a nice workout on the course, MMTC will also have the Grill fired up for some burgers, dogs, and other grillables. We also have sodas and water, bring your own favorite sports drink. We're asking participants to bring a side dish to share. If your license plate ends in an odd number, bring a dessert. If your license plate ends in an even number, bring an appetizer. Please remember this is a family friendly event. Alcohol is allowed in the pavilion, BYOB if you choose please drink responsibly.
Please e-mail Bill Wheeler at Bmwheeler1@verizon.net
with the words "Brick and Pic" in the subject line if you plan to attend and let him know how many friends and family you plan on bringing.
Hope to see you at Centennial Park on Sunday!!