Ride benefits local agencies


After leaving the Armfield Civic and Recreation Center, more than 200 riders make their way along Highway 52 By-Pass as they prepare to ride under the Old Westfield Road bridge.


More than 200 riders arose early Sunday morning for a challenging ride through the hills of Surry and Stokes counties as they took part in the Flow Motors Mountain Madness Ride, held in conjunction with the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic.

Proceeds from the ride will jointly benefit a pair of area non-profit organizations, Pilot Mountain’s Armfield Center and the National Cycling Center in Winston-Salem.

“We ended up with 209 registered riders,” noted Harry WIlson, a primary organizer of the day. “It was very successful, a great event.”

After leaving the Armfield Civic and Recreation Center, more than 200 riders make their way along Highway 52 By-Pass as they prepare to ride under the Old Westfield Road bridge.
https://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_DSC06801.jpgAfter leaving the Armfield Civic and Recreation Center, more than 200 riders make their way along Highway 52 By-Pass as they prepare to ride under the Old Westfield Road bridge.
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