League Rally — Cycle Across Maryland
July 13-16, 2006
Princess Anne, MD
Cycling the smooth roads of the Delmarva
peninsula on the Eastern Shore.
Join the League of American Bicyclists, One Less Car and few hundred of your fellow cyclists for three intimate days of cycling through the beautiful eastern shore of Maryland.
Organized by One Less Car and set in a rural landscape, you can choose from nearly 450 miles of forests and farmland. Friday’s trips let riders choose between 28, 50, and 76-mile courses. Saturday’s trips are 19, 32, 45, and 100 miles and Sunday’s choices are 17, 26, or 50 miles.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore will host the event and will provide lodging and meals. During "free" time participants will be able to enjoy birding, kayaking and hiking options with experienced naturalists. Register today!
Annual League of American Bicyclists Membership Meeting
The Leagues annual membership meeting will be held the evening of July 15 during Cycle Across Maryland on the Campus of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. There will be a presentation on the activities of the League followed by an open discussion for members however all Cycle Across Maryland participants are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
Organizers and Partners
One Less Car is proud to present Cycle Across Maryland. Through education, lobbying, and advising government officials, One Less Car works to enable bicycling and walking to flourish as vital options in your everyday routine.
DLITE (Delmarva Low Impact Tourism Experiences) is the co-presenter of Cycle Across Maryland. They provide eco-travel opportunities on the Delmarva Peninsula, on the Mid-Atlantic coast of the United States.
Team Food & Friends will be participating in the ride to help people living with life-challenging illnesses.
Baltimore Bicycling Club was established in 1967 and promotes and sponsors bicycling activities in the Baltimore metro region. The BBC also promotes, defends, and protects the rights of bicyclists for a safe road riding environment through advocacy and education.