ONE LOVE!! Metro Atlanta’s best charity bike ride is only a few summer months away, and we can’t wait for you to join us. Great roads. Better food. Not much traffic. And 800 of your best friends riding through the isolated roads of South Fulton County. If you’ve done it before – welcome back! If you have never been part of the One Love Century, come join us in 2016 and experience our new expanded weekend format!
Event details and schedule
WHEN: Saturday, September 3, 2016
8AM Mass Start (registration starts at 6:45 AM) ** PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY AS PARKING FILLS QUICKLY **
WHERE: Stonewall Tell Elementary School, 3310 Stonewall Tell Road Atlanta, GA
Options: 16, 27, 43, 61 & 101. The well-marked courses traverse rolling terrain through rural communities and horse farms in South Fulton, Rico, Palmetto and Coweta County. Proceeds go to organizations that promote cycling for inner city youth. Fee Includes: cue sheets, super good maps, T-shirt, rest stops, and post-ride party.
The ride is fully supported, with phenomenal rest-stops that provide mechanical assistance, sports drinks, water, and a large assortment of delicious handmade snacks, fruits and other goodies. The post-ride party will include a DJ, some killer Jamaican patties from Royal Caribbean, and some delicious end-of season last-chance watermelons
THE ONE LOVE CENTURY is more than just another century ride, it is ‘the best value’ you can find for a charity ride in Georgia, also it is an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of local youth through your participation. Proceeds from the event help support the BRAG Dream Team, East Atlanta Kids Club, and the DLV Youth Cycling League. We have also contributed to local cycling scene through WeCycle Atlanta, an organization helping to get the community more active through volunteerism and cycling.