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Learn About Cycling Opportunities Around Oxford at Free Program

Oxford is one of the few Mississippi towns that the League of American Cyclists has designated, “A Bicycle Friendly City.”

Image from Oxford Cycling Facebook

Cycling enthusiast Claude Gunter, who has retired to Oxford from Kosciusko, where he still owns Claude Julian’s Clothing Company, will explain why Oxford received that designation at an upcoming in-person program sponsored by the Oxford-Lafayette Newcomers and Friends.

The program will be held at 10 a.m. on Sept. 20 at the North East Mississippi Electric Power Association/NE SPARC auditorium, located at 10 Private Road 2050, just northeast of the intersection of Highways 30 and 7 (across from Tractor Supply Company, near Stouts Carpet & Flooring). 

The public is invited to attend.

Gunter will share information about the RideOxford.com website, safe areas for casual family cycling, and what the Oxford area offers for trail riding, gravel riding, and road riding, as well as the great spin classes for all ages at the Y.

For more information, contact Don Mason, Committee Chair, at dmason222@gmail.com or text 662-607-3321.

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