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27th Annual Cochise County Cycling Classic
27th Cochise County Cycling Classic
Saturday, October 11
Location: Start & Finish at Cochise County Fairgrounds, 3677 N. Leslie Canyon Rd, Douglas. Entrance and parking through Gate #4
Distances: 165-miles Perimeter of Dragoon Mountains, Arizona - 6:30 am Start
97-miles Perimeter of Potter Mountain, Arizona - 7:00 am Start
47-miles circular route (not a perimeter) - 8:30 am Start
27-miles - 8:30 am Start
Beneficiaries: Douglas Assn. for Retarded Citizens (Douglas ARC) &
Rancho Feliz Charitable Foundation
Bike Expo, Registration & Packet Pick-Up: Fri, Oct. 10, 3:00 – 9:00 pm, Cochise County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building, 3677 N. Leslie Canyon Rd. Entrance and parking through Gate 4. Camping is available at the Fairgrounds. For more information, call the Fairgrounds at 520-364-3819.
Pre-Ride Party: Fri, Oct. 10 6:30 – 8:00 pm Cochise County Fairgrounds
Ride Day, Saturday, October 11
Food, Music & Awards from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm enjoy food vendors and music.
A short award ceremony for first through third place finishers in the 92, 45 and 27- mile distances will be at approximately 11:00 am
Founded in 1988, Cochise County Cycling Classic is held annually during the month of October on or near the full moon weekend. Since its inception the Cochise Classic has raised over $106,000 for two different non-profit charitable agencies: Arthritis Foundation (1988-1990) and Douglas Association for Retarded Citizens (1991-present). The Cochise Classic has been known as the “longest perimeter cycling event in America.
The Cochise County Cycling Classic is an adventurous ride and has been called the jewel of Perimeter Bicycling’s events because it offers the most scenic bicycling route in southeast Arizona. “Where the west is still wild”.
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