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Magnolia Randonneurs 200k Ridgeland to Port Gibson

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This 200k ACP Brevet begins in Ridgeland and travels out to Port Gibson and back to see the “Goldfinger” atop the Presbyterian Church in town.

The pre-ride meeting and registration start at 7. The ride will start at 7:30 from the Old Town Chevron in Jackson. Riders will have 13.5 hours to complete the 200k.

All cyclists should have working front and rear lights and reflective gear. It is recommended that cyclists wear highly visible clothing and run both front and back blinking lights while traveling the Natchez Trace.

Randonneuring events are self-supported; no SAG will be provided, nor will the course be marked. The ride cost is $5 to cover insurance expenses.

The route map may be found on Ride with GPS.

The official cue sheet and brevet cards will be handed out at the beginning of the ride on Saturday morning. RUSA membership is encouraged but not required.  If the cyclist would like to qualify for RUSA medals, awards and 1200k rides including PBP, he must be a member.

Please ensure you are familiar with the official RUSA Rules for Riders.

Please email me at michelle@crookedlettercycling.com with any additional questions.

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Magnolia Randonneurs 200k Ridgeland to Kosciusko, MS

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200k ACP Brevet beginning in Ridgeland and traveling out and back to Kosciusko, MS.

There will be a pre-ride meeting and registration starting at 7. The brevet will start at 7:30, from the Old Town Chevron in Jackson.  Riders will have 13.5 hours to complete the ride.

All cyclists should have working front and rear lights and reflective gear.  It is recommended that cyclists wear high visible clothing and run both front and back blinking lights while traveling the Natchez Trace.

The Ratliff Ferry Trading Post may not be open.  Water from the public restroom may be found at the River Bend and Holly Hill rest stops 20 and 50 miles into the ride respectively.  Otherwise randonneurs should be prepared to carry enough water for 64 miles.

Randonneuring events are self-supported.  No SAG will be provided nor will the course be marked.

The ride cost will be $5 to cover insurance expenses.

The route map may be found at Ride With GPS. The official cue sheet and brevet cards will be handed out at the beginning of the ride on Saturday morning.
RUSA membership is encouraged but not required.  If the cyclist would like to qualify for RUSA medals, awards and 1200k rides including PBP, he must be a member.

Please email me at michelle@crookedlettercycling.com with any additional question.