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2016 ERV100 – August 28

The Elk River Valley 100 (ERV100) will be here in days! Geody and the gang have done a great 12891049_908607399236608_977370759249182513_ojob to assure that you will have a fun day on your bike. In addition to the great routes, food, and fun; the ERV100 has amazing S.W.A.G. (Stuff. We. All. Get.)

The ERV100 t-shirt and mug are fabulous! Both the “technical” Hincapie t-shirt and the shiny red mug are designed by Jason Schweitzer of Schweitzer, Inc.

Both Hincapie Sportswear and Schweitzer, Inc. are ERV100 sponsors, please see the list of other sponsors below. We are so grateful for their support. Please honor them with your business. Continue reading

One of A Kind … 2016 ERV100

HRBike president, Tim Harrison, says there are three important things to know about the 2016 ERV100. First, retired cycling superstars George Hincapie & Christian Vande Velde will attend the 12891049_908607399236608_977370759249182513_oride; second, the date of the ERV has changed to Sunday, August 28 to accommodate their appearance; and third, George Powell is the coordinator of this year’s event!

Yes, you read that right! Hincapie and Vande Velde will be riding the ERV100 this year. Quite possibly it is a once in a lifetime happening for two famous cyclists to ride with us here in Tullahoma, so you will want to be there! Early registration pricing ($65) for the ERV will continue through July 10. Early registration gets you all the great SWAG (t-shirt, mug & more) and entry for a variety of prizes including a spectacular $1000 grand prize Gold Level Continue reading

The 2015 ERV 100 is History

Photo by Chris Barstad

Photos by Chris Barstad

The 42nd annual Elk River Valley 100 (ERV 100) bike event was held on Saturday, September 12, 2015, at Motlow Community College. The Highland Rim Bicycle Club hosted the event that brought around 200 cyclists and their families to the Tullahoma area. The event began at the beautiful Motlow College campus, the weather was perfect, the route was scenic, the food was fantastic, and many riders decided one weekend in Tullahoma was not enough to enjoy all we had to offer.

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