The Lifeline 100 bike event showcases Anne Arundel County’s scenic trails and roadways, teaches cycling awareness, safety and its benefits, and has grown every year into a celebrated annual event drawing hundreds of cyclists and supporters from around the Mid-Atlantic. The event raises funds to support local non-profits, including the Crisis Response System, Recreation Deeds for Special Needs, and BikeAAA. It is expected to draw over 800 riders this year. It began in 2014 and from the beginning, ABC has been a major contributor to the success of the event.
ABC volunteers man the four major rest stops for the Lifeline century and metric routes. This is the primary opportunity for us to give back to the cycling community and to help promote ABC.
We typically need about 35 volunteers to staff the rest stops at Bay Ridge, Galesville, Crofton and the Dixon Obs. Area at BWI. Please save the date for the event – Sunday, October 3. We’ll be sending out an official call for volunteers in mid to late July but if you would like to volunteer early or you want a particular rest stop, contact our ABC Lifeline coordinator, Jim Miner, firstname.lastname@example.org .
On September 25th, ABC will be doing a pre-ride of both the century and metric courses, so mark your calendars and come out and run the course one weekend and then join your fellow ABCers to staff the rest stops the following weekend.
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