Berkshire Cycling Classic To Hit The Streets of Lenox, Massachusetts, Sunday May 6

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Legendary cyclist Eric Zabel and other word-renowned cyclists will descend upon Lenox, Massachusetts this Sunday May 6 for the First Annual Berkshire Cycling Classic. The Cyclosportif type event, a French term for a recreational event where participation can number in the thousands, will feature route selections of 62 and 81 miles (100k and 130k.) Lenox's long and hilly routes are reminiscent of a Tour De France stage in the Vosges Mountains of Eastern France. The Cyclosportif is open to all cyclists of all ages and abilities but aimed at riders looking for a challenging experience.

SAVE THE DATE: The Berkshire Bicycling Classic
Lenox, Massachusetts

WHAT:          First Annual Berkshire Cycling Classic. First of its kind event to be held in Lenox

WHO:     Legendary cyclist Eric Zabel and other world class cyclists will participate. It is also open to cyclists of all ages and abilities.

WHEN:     Sunday, May 6, 2012 8:30 am. Finish expected to be approximately three hours later

WHERE:     Start and Finish Housatonic and Church Streets, Lenox, Mass

WHY:     Top racers covering a difficult 100 mile course Cyclosportif …more than 200 riders expected to participate

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Coverage invited: Sports, lifestyle events, photographers, video news crews
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For More Information, Contact:
Alan Kaiser
Hamilton PR
914-646-6174 Through Saturday

John Frew
Hamilton PR
917-776-4928 On-Site Sunday

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