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 1878 - to - 1932

The National Brotherhood of Cyclists was formed in 2008. The organization was inspired by the principals set forth by Marshall "Major" Taylor, a pioneer in American cycling

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The 4th Annual MACC One Love Century

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The 4th Annual MACC One Love Century

Back By Popular Demand Saturday September 5, 2009

The 2008 MACC One Love Century was a tremendous success. The 2008 ride was attended by all types of riders at every skill level. In particular riders were excited to support a ride that provided funding for youth cycling programs.

This year’s ride promises more of the same: courteous and skilled SAG support, fully stocked rest stops, full-color t-shirt to all participants, ride routes, maps and cue sheets, food and a Reggae Party after the ride. The course travels the scenic and gently rolling terrain of South Fulton, Rico, Palmetto and Coweta County, and includes the popular Silk Sheets. Once again money raised from the ride will be used to support the East Atlanta Kids Club, Sopo (South of Ponce) Bikes, the East Point Velodrome, and the BRAG Dream Team. 

Please visit the

Metro Atlanta Cycling Club's website

for more information and register today

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