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Million Meters 2: The Dark Chocolate Cow (1000) July 12-15, 2019

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Million Meters 2: The Dark Chocolate Cow (1000) July 12-15, 2019

Old 06-16-19, 01:18 PM
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Million Meters 2: The Dark Chocolate Cow (1000) July 12-15, 2019

Considering a 1000K this summer? The Great Lakes Randonneurs is offering the Million Meters 2: The Dark Chocolate Cow out of Green Bay Wisconsin, July 12-15.

Registration closes July 1st, so sign up today! We also offer a 300K option on Saturday, July 13 that heads up to Door County. Plus there are 100K populaires also on Saturday and Sunday for local riders.

For more information, please visit:
Great Lakes Randonneurs - Million Meters and Green Bay Getaway

or contact our RBA Michele Brougher, rba@greatlakesrando.org


I will be there volunteering for the entire ride as well as riding the populaires offered on Saturday and Sunday. Come up and join me!

Regina
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I really wanted to ride this, but I couldn't talk iTrod into it. Door county was a really enjoyable part of Mac 'n' Cheese
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Just finished this ride last night. The route was fantastic, the weather was perfect, and the volunteers were phenomenal.
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Originally Posted by kingston View Post
Just finished this ride last night. The route was fantastic, the weather was perfect, and the volunteers were phenomenal.
Amen! Great riding with you.
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