Who Are You?

Have you ever been out on a long training ride or run and wondered what would happen if you were involved in an accident and were rendered unconscious? How would first responders know who to contact and what medical history you might have? Road ID is a company that was created on the concept that active people should wear ID as part of their gear when participating in outdoor activities. The Corinth Cycling Club is pleased to announce that we are now an authorized affiliate of Road ID.

Road ID is a durable, rugged, athletic, fashionable line of identification gear. Currently, they offer 5 different forms of ID: the FIXX ID, the Shoe ID, the Ankle ID the Wrist ID and the Shoe Pouch ID. Road ID and Corinth Cycling encourage active people who participate in outdoor activities to wear ID and not take the chance of being unidentified in the event of an accident. Each year over 450,000 of us are taken to hospitals unconscious and without ID. It is far better to wear ID and never need it than to need ID and not have it.

Because Corinth Cycling is now an affilate of Road Id, 10% of all sales placed using the banner ad on the Corinth Cycling webpage or the link below will be returned directly to the club. Also, Road ID will donate a portion of every purchase to a charity of your choosing.

Use discount code ARR4251 during checkout and receive a $2 discount on your order.

ROAD ID website

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2 Responses to Who Are You?

  1. This is a GREAT RIDE!

    I live in Tucson, I put this video together with Pics of MT Lemmon which you can climb by bike, there is even a bike lane. In Fact, the city is riddled with bike lanes. There is nowhere in this city that you can’t get to safely on a bike. They are comitted. Maps are avaialble at bikeandped at Pima county government.

    MT Lemmon is a Great climb, worth the trip to Tucson. Someone told me it was one of the two best climbs in the US, I forgot to ask him what the other one was. Tucson is a very strong bicycling town. If you decide to do the climb, don’t be surprised to see a group of women blow by you with a cheery “Good Morning.” Maybe when I was younger….. And then again, maybe not.

    http://mybicycleroutes.com/ymtlemmonlocalnfopage.html

    Allan

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