• March 9, 2015
    8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

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Date: March 28, 2015

Start/Finish:
Gateway Park
Travelers Rest, SC

Ride Start Times:
8am     70 miles Northern Greenville County (Fully stocked rest stops! )- Course Map
9am     40 miles Northern Greenville County (Fully stocked rest stops!) – Course Map
10am   10 miles to Swamp Rabbit Station on Swamp Rabbit Trail – Course Map

Entry Fee/Fundraising:
$35 entry fee ($40 Day of) or 10 mile ride $20 entry fee ($25 Day of) gets you detailed queue sheets and route maps, stocked rest stops, a Ride T-shirt, lunch and post event celebration.

Description:
The GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail is one of the most popular destinations for Upstate bicyclists. On March 28, 2015 we are hosting the 3rd Annual Swamp Rabbit Trail Cyclebration to raise awareness and funding for future improvements and expansions of this growing trail network. Multiple distance rides will leave Gateway Park in Travelers Rest for riders of every level. The scenic 70 and 40 mile routes will wind their way through the beautiful farms and forests of Northern Greenville County, while the longer route climbs the Greenville Watershed. Both take you past the charming North Greenville University campus and feature rest stops at the picturesque Hotel Domestique and Vineyard. The 10 mile family fun ride will head south on the Swamp Rabbit Trail to Swamp Rabbit Station and return. There is a slightly longer option to view the beautiful lake at Furman University. The Pump Track Jam will give BMX and mountain bike riders the chance to show off for the crowd on the newly renovated pump track at Gateway Park. Additional MTB activities will be announced soon. Overall, there will be fun for the whole family with great riding, activities and food.

Sponsors:

 

GVLCOREC   

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Venue:  

Address:
115 Henderson Dr, Travelers Rest, South Carolina, 29690

Description:

Located in the heart of Travelers Rest behind Sunrift Adventures, Gateway Park has tennis courts, athletic fields (including baseball), playground, and a flow park provided by SORBA.