Saturday, April 25, 2015

Join Sumter Cycling, the River Valley Regional Commission, Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, and Andersonville National Historic Site for the Prison to Peanuts Bicycle Adventure.

Early Registration is $30, after April 5 registration will be $40. Children under 10 ride free. Riders will receive a free T-shirt, SWAG bag, food and admission to an after-ride festivities.

We encourage riders of all levels and skills to join us on this amazing opportunity to visit beautiful sites in Sumter County, Georgia, and visit Americus, Andersonville and Plains by bicycle. No need for horse-power, just your-power!

We are still in the planning stages for this event. More details and the route options will be posted as they are available.

Participants are asked to sign an event waiver on the morning of the ride. There will be SAG stops (Support and Gear) with water, fruit, and snacks. There will be a support vehicle with a limited supply of water and snacks for emergencies and gear for basic mechanical issues and first aid needs.

This is a family-friendly event. Whether fast or slow, everyone is welcome to ride at their own pace. All participants are required to wear a helmet.

This ride is brought to you by Sumter Cycling, the River Valley Regional Commission, the National Park Service, and the City of Americus.

Bring your bicycle, your family and friends, and make plans to stay in Sumter County throughout the weekend and participate in this unique event.

For more information, call the River Valley Regional Commission at (706) 256-2910 or email Julio Portillo or Mia Anderson.

We look forward to seeing you there!


1428 Second Avenue - Post Office Box 1908
Columbus, Georgia 31902
(706) 256-2910

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