Weekend Picks: Pints and Pedals in Morganton, North Carolina, September 13

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Who doesn’t love this match made in heaven? Come combine your two favorite things — bikes and beer — at the pints-petals-logosecond annual Pints and Pedals charity bike ride in Morganton, North Carolina, on September 13, 2014.

pints-and-pedals2The event will feature three ride options: a beginner course of 10 miles, an intermediate course of 30 miles, and an advanced course of 40 miles. Bikers will begin and finish at Catawba Brewing Company, a sponsor of the ride along with Appalachian Mountain Sports. Each route will take participants through the foothills of North Carolina, by Lake James, and around the host town. Bikers will receive lunch, entertainment, and commemorative items following the ride, as well as the chance to win a range of prizes at the post-ride celebration raffle!pints-and-pedals3

All proceeds from the ride will benefit this year’s chosen charity organization, Options Inc. of Burke County, which assists victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and rape. Register here to ride in Morganton’s Pints and Pedals to help out a good cause, have a fun ride, and enjoy plenty of Catawba Brewing Company’s best beverages.


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