The Professor Is In Charge

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Corinth Cycling is pleased to announce that Alex “The Professor” Pettit has agreed to become the ride coordinator for the club. AP will be in charge of all Corinth Cycling group rides including both weekend rides and day trips the club may sponsor.

As the club continues to evolve and grow, it is more important now than ever that we continue to have volunteers to help us lead group rides. If you have any questions, suggestions, complaints or if you just want to volunteer, please contact Alex at alexanderpettit@gmail.com

Please give a big thanks to AP the next time you see him.

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5 Responses to The Professor Is In Charge

  1. […] The Professor Is In Charge Corinth Cycling is pleased to announce that Alex ?The Professor Pettit has agreed to become the ride coordinator for the club. AP will be in charge of all Corinth Cycling group rides including both weekend rides and day trips the club may sponsor. […]

  2. Nick Urdiales says:

    Hello Alex,

    I was researching sites online for Bike Clubs and Trails to ride in the Corinth Area, and came across your Website. I am interested in Riding Mountain Bikes in the Corinth area. Can you provide any insight on Locations, or does your Bike Club get involved in Mountain Bike Rides?
    Thanks in advance for your time.
    Nick Urdiales

  3. James says:

    Nick: There is a nice MTB trail in Corinth at city hall and another trail close in Highland Village. Look on the ride maps page at http://www.corinthcycling.com/ridemaps.html

  4. Bob Pfarr Jr. says:

    Found – a VDO bike computer MC 1.0 +

    found in the road about 1/4 mile before the site of Saturday’s accident.

    call Bob 940-765-9313

  5. Jen Kepke says:

    Hi Alex! I am hoping to find a group of people who would want to do some weeknight training rides. Either Tues/Thurs or Mon/Wed? I wanted to get in at least 2 hours at about 19-20+ pace. I know there is the Steamer… but I was looking for more of a group training ride, than a race.(This could be a good option for those who need a break from Steamer, or who are building up to it as well.)

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