|Welcome to the home of the 2014 le Tour de Femme|
Hello and welcome to the home of the 2014 le Tour de Femme. Grab My Wheel will be holding its annual cycling event, le Tour de Femme, on Saturday departing and returning to Cycling Spoken Here in Cary, North Carolina. The ride is going into its eighth year of bringing women from all over the country to fight cancer. We hope you will use this web site to inspire yourself and others to join us in October.|
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|le Tour de Femme is a women's only full metric century, half metric century and fifteen mile bicycle ride scheduled for October 11, 2014 in Cary, North Carolina. le Tour de Femme is presented this year by Grab My Wheel to Benefit the Livestrong Foundation and the local Angel Fund of Rex Hospital.|
|The mission of our all women's ride is to raise community awareness and funding for Cancer Research and Cancer Survivorship programs. The ride is open to all female cyclists, at all skill levels, to participate in a ride of 15 miles, 31.2 miles or 62.4 miles in length. The post-ride celebration will allow our participants to celebrate their accomplishments while enjoying refreshments and intermingling with one another and sponsors.|
|Wednesday Night Training Ride|
April 16, 2014: It might be a little cooler than last week, but it is going to be a wonderful night to ride a bike and we do hope that you will join us! The ride tonight will be starting at le Tour de Femme! Remember, the ride time is . Looking forward to seeing all you tonight.. We hope that you will be able to join us as we continue training for |
Our friends at WRAL Weather are calling for sunny, windy and brisk this morning with wind chills in the 20s, then sunny with a bit less wind this afternoon, bit still unseasonably cold. Highs in the lower to mid 50s. High pressure will bring a taste of winter back to the area, with freezing temperatures expected during the nights, along with very cool days. By the time we get into the holiday weekend, temperatures should warm up to near normal.
SafetyWhen you are on the road, it is important to remember that you are considered to be a "slow moving car" by the law. So, that being said, when you are on the road, remember to follow all the same rules as you would while driving. A great example is when you come to a stop sign, Do Not ride up on the right side of a stopped car to rejoin other riders. Stop behind the car just as you would when you are in a car.
Wednesday Night Email ListWant to be on the Wednesday Night Ladies Ride mailing list? If you would like to receive email about the ride status, you can join our mailing list by clicking here.