Swap Meet

Mon., Sept. 11, 2017; 7-9 pm
Swap and Sale Meet
@ Chappy’s Deli - Back Room
Glenn-Dean Shopping Center
near A-O Tourism Bureau

Bring clean stuff you don’t want; find stuff you’ll love!
There'll be jerseys (AU and Flyers), bike parts (including a 105 rear derailleur); wheels, an mtb frame or two, tools, and accessories.

RECYCLE: Bring your 700c tubes (no sealant) for recycling with Alchemy Goods.
REMEMBER: OBAC & EACC’s Johnny Ray Century, Sept 23, 2017.


Auburn Flyer's race weekend!

e-Howdy, fellow EACCers:

The Auburn Flyers’ race weekend (including USAC category races) is next weekend (February 25 & 26); Saturday road races and time trials on the back side of North Auburn fisheries units and Sunday criteriums in downtown Opelika (on “the other side of the tracks”).

We’re hoping for help in one or both of two activities:

Participate in the races (on-line details and registration at USA Cycling), and/or (preferably AND), help marshal the courses (also a nice, “front row” view of the races) by volunteering at http://signup.com/go/KcRekC .

We could really use the support in one or both regards, and I’d be eternally grateful!

Have a look, and thanks for considering it!


November Club Meeting

14 November 7 pm : Church of the Highlands
East Alabama Cycling Club Monthly Meeting

Share your goodies: bring some of the stuff you’ve recently bought.
We’ll have unusual stuff for you to check out.
Share your research: bring urls of the sites you recommend.
Share your delight or frustration or apprehensions.
Formulate Christmas lists and 2017 bike plans.


 Also, get filled in on EACC news, upcoming Alabama Randonneurs events,
ABCS 2017 plans, and more!

Johnny Ray Century - By the Numbers

Now that the Johnny Ray is in the books I thought I’d share some numbers with everyone. We had 227 riders participate this year. Oddly, almost 20 riders did 20 miles, 35 riders did 34 miles, 63 riders did 63 miles and 107 did 105 miles. I re-counted that like 50 times it seemed so odd.

Where we road

Of those 227 riders most were from Alabama and Georgia, but also from Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Ohio, Texas & Virginia.

Where we came from

Last but certainly not least, we were all riding to support the Davis Phinney Foundation and their work to help people live well with Parkinson’s Disease. Through fundraising, personal donations and your event registration East Alabama Cycling Club will be proudly donating $5286 dollars to the Davis Phinney Foundation.

The books