Kickin' Asphalt Bicycle Club

Hilton Head Island, SC


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In this issue: President's Message, Bicycling Advocacy, Membership Information, Upcoming Rides, Safety First, Ride of Silence, History Day Ride, Regional Ride News, Website News and Ride Safety Tips

NEW! Island Packet Article about KABC's community service at the Heritage Tournament

NEW! Links to Non-KABC Rides that may be of interest to our members

Upcoming Events...Save the dates

May 2nd - 9th
Chamber Bike & Dine Week 2015 presented by Coligny

rosWednesday, May 20, 2015
6:30 PM...Ride of Silence
Arrive at the Street Meet Parking Lot no later than 6:30.p.m. with a bicycle, helmet and black arm-band (optional). There will be a safety briefing prior to the police escort for the 9 mile ride (single file, no passing, obey all traffic laws, remain silent and maintain a speed of 10-12 mph) from the parking lot South on 278 to Stop Light at Queens Way and back to Street Meet. Last year we had 50 riders and I would like to double the participation this year!
Start location: Street Meet in Port Royal Plaza, HHI [MapLink]
Ride Leader: John Marcinowski (412) 360-9838

Saturday, June 13, Picnic at Dolphin Head in Hilton Head Plantation
June 5 payment deadline
November 7-8, Weekend Rides
St. Simons & Jekyll Island
Friday, December 4, Holiday Party


KABC organizes and promotes safe group bicycle rides and holds social activities for our cyclists.

We were founded in September, 2006 and now have more than 180 members. We are a non-profit bicycle touring club open to cycling enthusiasts in and around Southern Beaufort County, South Carolina.

We are affiliated with the League of American Bicyclist and Palmetto Cycling Coalition of South Carolina. Kickin' Asphalt was selected as the "Best Bicycle Club in the Southeastern United States" in 2008 based on growth, community involvement, and use of League of American Bicyclists services.

We currently ride most Saturday mornings, starting at different locations around Hilton Head, Bluffton and Beaufort. Rides usually range between 15 and 40 miles and average 12-18 mph, depending on the Ride Classification level.

Safety First! Fitness, Fun and Food to Follow...

We require helmets to be worn on all rides, we encourage brightly colored clothing and remember your water bottle!

We usually meet for lunch at a local restaurant following our rides. Come out and ride with us once before you decide to join our club. See you soon!

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