The 4th Annual Chattanooga Century Bike Ride (formerly 2 State 4 County Pedaling for Prevention) takes place along the scenic Tennessee-Georgia borders.
Starting at Coahulla Creek High School in Dalton, Georgia, you will cross
multi-counties as you ride through forested ridges and rolling hills. Good
paved roads follow gently flowing mountain streams as you pass through
beautiful pasture land rich in Native American history. The 35, 68, and
100 mile routes take you by Red Clay State Historic Park, the seat of Cherokee
government from 1832 until the start of the Trail of Tears in 1838. The 68 mile
route runs concurrently with the century route. Copy and paste for route links: https://prisonprevention.org/chattanooga-century-and-5k8k
We also offer a 5K and 8K running event, to be run separately or in conjunction with the Cycling Event. For those
training for IronMan it is a perfect training route. The entire event is chip
timed by Scenic City Multisports.
This is an event for the serious rider or casual rider
with well marked courses, sag
support, door prizes, chip timing and much more. As you complete
your course, lunch will be served at Coahulla Creek High School from 11AM - 4:PM,
showers will be available, and door prizes will be ready for pick up.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
7:45 WELCOME / INSTRUCTIONS
4PM CLOSE OF THE
5PM EVENT VENUE
If you're not a cyclist or runner, you can still be part of the
volunteering your time! Events like this make it possible for Prison Prevention
Ministries staff to continue to guide kids to make better decisions, connect
them to positive avenues for personal growth, and promote mentor relationships. We serve 80 schools in 6 counties
(Hamilton & Bradley Counties, TN; Walker, Whitfield, Catoosa, and Murray
Counties, GA.) Working with students who are involved with gangs, drugs,
alcohol, prostitution, etc. our number one focus is to change students lives. We are NOT government supported and we
depend on special events to help us continue to change our community.
Help us make a difference in your community, join us as we "Pedal for
Prevention" on August 4, 2018.