EASTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
201 PEACHBLOSSOM ROAD
On Saturday April 14, 2018, our sixth annual bike tour of Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore will kick
off in the scenic town of Easton, easily accessible from Maryland Route 50.
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.
This cyclist got "high" at the 2013 ride!
Welcome to the TSR Spring Classic!
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The 6th annual TSR Spring Classic on April 14, 2018 is up on Active.com.
Register early !
We hope to see everyone at the 2018 ride. Our volunteers will be there to greet and help you (and offer their
homemade cookies) and we'll have a new lunch offered after you ride, BBQ Pulled chicken sandwiches and
Portobello mushroom sandwiches for our vegetarian riders.
Of course our famous cream of crab soup will be there along with a vegetable soup for our vegetarian riders.
See you there!
We'll again have a massage therapist on site and locker rooms and showers will again be available
at the YMCA across the street - just bring your own towel!
Thanks to all the riders who made the 2017 TSR Spring Classic a great success.
Pictures are posted here and on our Facebook page. Please like us!
This is a video the Out of Gears Bike Team riders took and sent to us.
It's mainly from the 25 mile route and Trappe rest stop.
We hope you had a chance to meet our two riders, Jennifer and Mary Lyn, who were there passing out cookies with lunch. Your support of TSR helps them and all of our clients get the therapy they need at a minimal cost to assist in
improving their lives.
Thanks again for your support. You've made a big difference in the lives of many disabled children and adults.