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Texas 4000 for Cancer ATLAS Ride

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Start: Running Brushy Middle School, Cedar Park, TX Finish: Pillar Bluff Vineyards/Texas Legato Winery, Lampasas, TX
The Texas 4000 for Cancer ATLAS Ride, now in its ninth year, features 25-, 50-, and 70-mile routes that wind through the scenic countryside and end at the beautiful Pillar Bluff Vineyards located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, where there will be a large pavilion and stage for local entertainment, good ol’ Texas barbecue, and much more. Riders and attendees are also welcome to take a tour of the award-winning Texas Legato Winery! Full SAG, rest stops, and mechanical support will be provided throughout the day.

Each year, Texas 4000 for Cancer, a University of Texas at Austin student-led non-profit organization, sends a cycling team more than 4,500 miles on the world’s longest charitable ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska to spread the organization’s three pillars of Hope, Knowledge, and Charity across the North American continent. The ride is the accumulation of a year and half of hard work and dedication to the cause by the riders, since the team takes responsibility for planning the entire trip, from plotting turn-by-turn directions of the routes and building relationships with host families to seeking out communities and hospitals to present cancer awareness programs and share personal cancer experiences with others affected by the disease.

Come cycle the first day of the seventy-day journey with the LIVESTRONG Texas 4000 Team and join us in the fight against cancer! Early registration ends on March 3rd!

Until March 3rd: $50
March 3rd – May 29th: $60
May 30th – June 1st: $70

Transportation back to Cedar Park is provided for a $20 fee (or cyclists can arrange their own ride back).

Start: Running Brushy Middle School, Cedar Park, TX
Finish: Pillar Bluff Vineyards/Texas Legato Winery, Lampasas, TX

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