Thursday, March 1, 2012

Fifth Annual Austin Autism Society Bike Ride

Get Autism Awareness Month off to a great start on your bike! Join the Autism Society of Greater Austin at the 5th Annual Austin Autism Society Bike Ride, Sunday April 1st.

The ride begins at beautiful Berry Springs Park and Preserve in
Georgetown. There is a route for every level of cyclist-- 62 mile, 42
mile, 24 mile, 9 mile and a Family Ride/Walk on a paved path through
the park for little cyclists (less then 2 miles.)
New this year for triathletes-- add a 5K run to make it a brick workout!
Registration includes fully supported ride,t-shirt and lunch from
Schlotzsky's, Chipotle, and My Fit Foods as well as beer and root beer
from St. Arnold's Brewery.

The ride benefits Autism Society of Greater Austin, a grass roots
organization dedicated to improving the lives of all people affected
by autism. ASGA serves our community with a phone line, support
groups, workshops and fun family activities like sensory-friendly

Registration will be limited to the first 350 participants for the
bike course and 100 for the family ride. Early registration ends March
15th, and after that the price goes up so sign up today!

Register here for the Autism Ride.

Info on Berry Springs Park can be found HERE.

Also this year - don't miss KFC at the finish line! The "finger-lickin'-good" lunch comes with your registration fee! You deserve it after a long ride! Also on board for lunch is Chipotle, Schlotzky's, My Fit Foods and St. Arnold's Beer. A great line-up!



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