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Valero Ride to River announces new bike routes

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June 11, 2014 | 3,690 views | Post a comment

In celebration of the 25th anniversary ride, Bike MS: Valero Ride to the River, presented by H-E-B, taking place Oct. 11-12, will feature new route options for the annual fundraising event supporting multiple sclerosis. The multiple route options offer cyclists of every skill level a great weekend experience by allowing them to choose their personal challenge to suit their comfort level.

The journey from San Antonio to New Braunfels will take cyclists through the various and unique landscapes of rolling ranchlands, flourishing farmsteads, the tree-lined Guadalupe River and Hill Country, and carved canyons. More information can be found at The new routes will include 100-, 71-, 56-, 27-, 32-, 39-, and 59-mile options.

To register as a team or individual, and to learn more about the new route options and features, go to Registration is currently $35, and will increase to $50 on Tuesday, July 1.

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