Saturday, December 26, 2015

Join Team Left Hand/Century Cycles for the Bike MS Buckeye Breakaway!

Registration is now OPEN for the 2016 Bike MS Buckeye Breakaway. This two-day fund-raising ride from Brunswick to Ashland, Ohio and back benefits the Ohio Buckeye Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The ride will take place on August 6-7, 2016.

Century Cycles has been a proud sponsor of our local Bike MS ride for over 20 years. In 2015, we teamed up with the Left Hand Brewing Company of Longmont, Colorado to form Team Left Hand/Century Cycles! We were the TOP fund-raising team in the 2015 event -- thank you to everyone who participated and donated!

Team Left Hand/Century Cycles is BACK for the 2016 event, and YOU are welcome to join!

Joining our team requires an extra step before the regular process of registering on the Bike MS web site. You must pay a $65 fee to join (this helps cover the cost of your team jersey and other team benefits).

  1. Go to (you may have to verify your birth date before proceeding to the home page).
  2. Click on "EVENTS" then "TEAM LEFT HAND AND BIKE MS."
  3. Scroll down to "OHIO RIDE AUGUST 6-7."
  4. Select your jersey size from the drop-down menu (note separate menus for Men's and Women's sizes).
  5. Click the BUY NOW button.
  6. You'll be taken to a PayPal checkout page where you may pay with a credit card or your PayPal account, if you have one. After this checkout is complete, follow the links to return to the Left Hand Brewing web site.
  7. You'll be given a password to join Team Left Hand/Century Cycles.
  8. Go to our Team Page on the Bike MS web site and click the "Join Our Team" button.
  9. Login or create your account on the Bike MS web site and proceed with registrations, entering the password from above when prompted.
HURRY! The National MS Society of offering a discounted registration rate of only $25 if you register by December 31! Registration increases to $35 in the new year! (Note: this is in addition to the $65 fee to join Team Left Hand/Century Cycles.)

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