We want to thank all the riders who came out to the bike ride Saturday, April 9, 2016 even in the lousy weather we had.
On behalf of Mother Nature we apologize for the challenging conditions faced at our 2016 TSR Spring Classic.
Despite the conditions, 117 of the 293 registered riders came out to ride with the majority of them finishing, and with no accidents anywhere!
We even had 3 walk up riders brave the weather.
A lot of cold and wet people! We salute them all!
For those registered riders who didn't attend, we have set aside your
2016 T-shirts and will have them for you at the
2017 TSR Spring Classic on April 8, 2017:
EASTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
201 PEACHBLOSSOM ROAD
On Saturday April 9, 2016, our fourth annual bike tour of Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore kicked off in the scenic town of Easton, easily accessible from Maryland Route 50. This year's event was a huge success and we will improve the ride for 2017!
The routes available included a 25 mile route, a 50 mile Half-Century route and a 62 mile Metric-Century route - all fully supported with rest stops, Support and Gear (SAG) vehicles, and a complimentary light lunch for all registered riders after the ride. All rides start and end at Easton Middle School, 201 Peachblossom Road, Easton MD 21601). Ride is rain or shine!
The routes take the riders through some of the most scenic landscapes the Eastern Shore has to offer on quiet rural roads ideally suited for bicycle riding.
The ride benefits Talbot Special Riders, an organization with deep roots in the community which provides equine therapy to youth and adults with developmental disorders. Talbot Special Riders (TSR) is a completely volunteer driven registered non-profit (Supported by the United Fund of Talbot County) and all proceeds from the 2017 TSR Spring Classic will go directly towards supporting TSR's mission.