Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., is a proud sponsor of The Spring City Cycling Club’s (SCCC) 35th Annual All You Can Eat Century “A Taste of Tennessee” ride to be held on September 21, 2019.
About the Annual All You Can Eat Century “A Taste of Tennessee” ride
Starting in the 1980s, the Spring City Cycle Club has held this annual ride and USA Cycling race events, making it one of the longest running cycle events in Alabama. This year’s ride will follow the new route determined in 2017, which starts at the Bob Harris Wellness Center and goes north into Tennessee. There are three different routes for this year’s event:
- 102 Miles – Old Country Store Century
- 64 Miles – Coldwater Metric Century
- 52 Miles – Taste of Tennessee Half Century
This year’s ride will feature a new start venue, a new finish venue, new food and catering, new routes, and will be mainly on rural Tennessee back roads. With plenty of new additions, the event would not be the same without a top-notch, post-ride meal. This meal will be catered by Cyn Shea’s Cafe and catering, a division of Serving Hope, Inc., and the proceeds from this event will go to The Alabama Bicycle Coalition & Serving Hope, Inc.
Morris, King, & Hodge, P.C., is the sponsor of the mobile rest stop that will be set up between the first two stops in the morning and the last two stops in the afternoon. Please look for us!
About Morris, King & Hodge, P.C.
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