Sunday Funday

This is a women's only, casual paced social ride and a great opportunity to decompress and make new friends.
Our Sunday Funday ride is hosted by our Liv brand ambassador, Stacey!  


The location alternates between the North Augusta Greeneway and the Augusta Canal Towpath.  All rides are on Sunday and wheels roll at 3pm sharp, so get to the designated location a little early.
Please bring your bike (hybrid, mountain, unicycle - whatever – so long as it’s in good working order), water, an emergency repair kit, any nutritional necessities, and of course, your helmet!

Wear your helmet, a smile, and come ready to have fun at the #SundayFunday women's cruise!


North Augusta Greeneway Ride Details - November 17 3pm
100 Riverview Park Drive
North Augusta, SC 29841

Park wherever you'd like - wheels will roll promptly at 3:00pm from the WATER FOUNTAIN in front of the Activity Center. (If you're in the parking lot, facing the building, this will be to the RIGHT of the building, along the Greeneway path.)

The Greeneway Trail is a flat, paved multi-use path just across the river, in SC, about 7 miles long - so we’re looking at a 14-16-mile ride total! There are some intersections that cross over roads, but otherwise, there is no car traffic to worry about.
For more information on the trail and a map: 

http://www.northaugusta.net/departments/parks-recreation/greeneway-trail

For more information on the Activities Center (meet-up spot):
http://www.northaugusta.net/departments/parks-recreation/riverview-park-activities-center

Augusta Canal Towpath Ride Details - December 15 3pm
3300 Evans to Lock Road
Martinez, GA 30907

Park wherever you'd like, wheels roll from the pedestrian bridge (near the cooling misters and water fountains) at 3pm sharp.

We'll cruise the GA side of the Savannah River, starting at Savannah Rapids Park (at the end of Evans to Locks Road) and ride back.  Total distance is about 14 miles.

The Augusta Canal Trail is a flat, multi-surface path - gravel, sand, dirt, some pavement. 

For more information on the trail and a map:
https://www.savannahrapids.com/park/