2nd Annual Hospitality Highway Century this Sunday!

The 2nd Annual Hospitality Highway Century is only days away!

Last year, over 1,500 riders shut down GA-400, and this year we hope to make it even bigger!

The ride starts at exit 7 of Georgia Route 400, and will wind through Sandy Springs, Milton, Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and other scenic areas of North Fulton.

There are 8-mile, 25-mile, 63-mile, and 100-mile options. Registration is $45 and includes a t-shirt, food, water and full mechanical support along the route. The ride is open to anyone 14-years of age or older.

Click here to register for the event, or visit 400century.com for race info. and route maps.

Here is an except of an article on the Century that appeared in the June edition of Florida Racing Magazine!

“As any biker will tell you, one rule of cycling is to avoid major highways at all costs.  The highway system might be the best route for motorists, but most people would be understandably hesitant to to join the high-speed traffic while sitting on a bike.

On July 11, however, riders from across Georgia are converging north of Atlanta to temporarily shut down Georgia State Route 44 (or just “400,” as it is know locally) for the 2nd Annual Hospitality Highway Century to benefit the Georgia Transplant Foundation.”

Click on the image below to check out the rest of the article at the Florida Racing Magazine website (the article begins on page 48 of the June 2nd issue).

Click here for photos from last year’s event!


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