Clark’s Corner Cycling Challenge with Chris Horner

“Clark’s Corner Ione challenges you to grab your bike and your family, friends or team and pedal your way to the finish anytime on Saturday, September 18th at Clark’s Corner on Ione’s Main Street.

You can start your ride wherever you’d like; leave from your front door or meet at a park or parking lot near you and don’t forget to register your intended miles. Wherever you start your ride, you’re sure to enjoy the beautiful rolling hills of Amador County.

Let’s see who will ride the furthest! Of course if you only want to do a short distance, that’s okay too….all riders are welcome!

Cycling Challenge Registration Choices:

Ride with Chris Horner participate in a 10 mile loop group ride at 11am with Chris Horner – $30

Jersey (includes ride with Chris Horner, event jersey, choice of lunch and photo)
Early Registration (May 1 – August 31): $100; after August 31: $110

T-shirt (includes ride with Chris Horner, event t-shirt, choice of lunch and photo)
Early Registration (May 1 – August 31): $50; after August 31: $60″

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