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Jim Finney
07:49 AM ET (US)
I have a KBA jersey that I would like to give a good home. XXL. I don't want to donate it to a clothes closet.
Richard HeppertPerson was signed in when posted
09:34 AM ET (US)
KBA Spring Dinner Saturday March 05th, 2016, 6PM.
Southview Park Community Center, 401 Rock Springs Road behind Andover Condominiums diagonally across Rock Springs/ Moreland intersection from Sullivan South.
All local bicyclist invited.
Free but, bring a covered dish or two to share.
Program: Elections.
David Miller
08:19 AM ET (US)
Roger on message board.
Art Leisey
11:13 AM ET (US)
Receiving loud and clear.
David Street
07:24 PM ET (US)
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David S.
07:22 PM ET (US)
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Rick H.
03:06 PM ET (US)
Steve, there is a Nov-Feb ride schedule posted and check our Facebook page too. -R
Steve M
04:41 PM ET (US)
I'm going to be visiting the Kingsport area during the week of Thanksgiving and was going to be bringing my road bike(Mtb and Cx bikes are also optional). Does the group have any rides planned for that week?

Thank you for your time and reply. I'm looking forward to meeting new riders and enjoying some new routes.

Rick H
06:39 AM ET (US)
Looks like a wash out today July 19
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Rick Giddish
12:53 PM ET (US)
I would like to do the Blue Ridge Parkway Ride this coming Satuday morning. If anybody wants to carpool up there let me know. I can take another rider/bike or ride with you and split gas. If you are interested, give me a shout back at or call me at 245-5558. I will ride the 47 mile loop and maybe the 68 mile loop if possible.
Jeff Stout
10:05 PM ET (US)
Larry Fowler and Jamie McCann need rides back from Gatlinburg this weekend. Anyone have room for them?
Frankie Cox
01:44 PM ET (US)
Girls Inc. of Hamblen County has a great ride "Strawberry Cycle for the Girls" coming up May 11th in Morristown at Kmart on W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. There will be a 10 mile family ride, a 32 mile ride to/from Jefferson City, and a 52 mile ride to/from the Smokies Stadium in Kodak. Please email at for more info and/or a registration flier.
Randy77Person was signed in when posted
03:27 PM ET (US)
Hello, the wife and I are getting back into biking. Been riding mountain bikes for 6 months. Looking to get a road bike and join in on your group rides. We live in Colonial Heights. Let me know if anyone as a 52 or 54 cm bike for sale.
Looking forward to riding with everyone this year.

Rick G
03:47 PM ET (US)
The Morristown Strawberry Festival Ride below starts a few miles from my parents house, so I am considering doing the 52 mile loop. If anyone else is interested in going, please post back....

Rick G.
Lana Burl
05:17 PM ET (US)
Come celebrate the Morristown Strawberry Festival with a spin around Morristown and Hamblen County. All proceeds will benefit Girls, Inc. of Hamblen County, a non-profit organization dedicated to help all girls be smart, strong and bold!

Three ride options available. Family fun of 10.2 safe miles through local neighborhoods, and 32- & 52-mile routes for more adventurous cyclists. The 32-mile ride will depart KMart and follow a relatively flat out & back route to the Jefferson County Co-Op. The 52-mile route will continue to the Smokies Baseball stadium in Kodak, TN before turning around. All routes are quite flat for TN, and feature good visibility, nice scenery and a 99% dog-free ride!

Register at

Saturday 11 May 2013. Registration 6:45 - 7:20 am.
All rides to depart at 7:30 am. Start & Registration location will be KMart in Morristown, at intersection of W Economy & 11E (near WCRK radio station).

$30 for the 32- & 52-mile options. $20 for individuals or $30 for families of 2 or more for the 10-mile option. Pre- registration includes a high-quality Strawberry Festival T-shirt and goodie bag!

Return to enjoy the great food, music and fun of the Morristown Strawberry Festival at WCRK, just up Economy Rd.

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