Ready2Roll Cycling To Visit New Ulm Community for Training Ride
(New Ulm, TX)–Ready2Roll Cycling will proudly be hosting a cycling training ride in the greater New Ulm area on April 15th beginning at 8am. The ride will start and end in New Ulm with short and long route options offered to its riders.
Ready2Roll Cycling is a comprehensive, fully-supported cycling training program that prepares riders for the annual Bike MS (Multiple Sclerosis) activities as well as most other cycling events. Participants in the training series learn proper riding techniques, safety etiquette and group riding, basic bicycle maintenance and tips on fundraising for Bike MS events. The Ready2Roll Cycling training program encompasses in excess of 1,600 riders and is an ideal platform to help riders become better cyclists while improving their fitness level.
Participants in Ready2Roll Cycling enroll in the series and enjoy an organized, 14-week program that includes rest stops, port-a-lets, detailed maps, SAG support and law enforcement. Beginning in January through the end of April, training rides occur every Saturday in a different community west or north of Houston. Each Ready2Roll Cycling ride begins with the unique “wave start” which separates riders into similar riding paces. Further, small groups of riders begin in each wave which enables riders to quickly span out, without impacting local vehicle traffic flow.
“Our riders really enjoy cycling through the beautiful, small Texas countryside communities. They see firsthand the farms, flowers, animals while enjoying the varying terrains. Our riders get in better physical condition, have a great experience and are encouraged to raise more funds to help end the devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis,” said Marshall Cohen, Ready2Roll Cycling organizer. Funds raised to end the devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis by Ready2Roll Cycling participants are estimated at $2.6 million.
Ready2Roll Cycling encourages its riders to support the local communities being visited. Weekly communications are issued to the riders with detailed ride instructions coupled with suggested restaurants, businesses, as well as local charitable groups to support.
To learn more about Ready2Roll Cycling, visit www.ready2rollcycling.com.