The 2018 kit for VICC Members is available in the Pactimo online store. We are thrilled with how the final design came together after all the members chose it after voting on several mock-ups.Continue Reading →
Wedensday, May 16th is the annual international (Bicycle) ‘Ride of Silence,’ and it will be observed locally by more than a hundred and fifty area bicycle club members and any others who wish to participate, with a seven-mile slow, silent bicycle ride through downtown Sarasota. The purpose of this ride is to honor all killed and injured bicyclists, and to make motorists more aware of bicyclists and of their right and need to travel along public roadways.
The riders will gather ...Continue Reading →
What a weekend! Congratulations to our VICC Racing Team members Michael Brown, Susan Scott and Lisa Michel for their 1st place podium placement in their category at the Fort De Soto Triathlon series. And To Kyle Parker for his 3rd place podium placement in his category at the Great Floridian Triathlon in Clermont. We are proud of our team! For your effort and podium placement, the team will reward each of you with a $50 gift certificate from Villages Bikes. ...Continue Reading →
The Ride 2 Remember is a charity bicycle ride to raise awareness, help fund research and support local organizations who are directly involved with Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers. The Ride 2 Remember started as a promise to honor the memory of Carlos Santos who was afflicted with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease at the age of 57. The first few R2R events were funded from personal contributions, local businesses and the goodwill of family and friends. We were able to donate net ...Continue Reading →
This year the Village Idiots Tour de Cure team has 6 Champions to Stop Diabetes (Jeff Adams, Lisa Michel, Bryan Balak, Ian C. Ware, John Walsh, Carlos A. Borge). Each raised over $1000 for the American Diabetes Association. In total, all participating VICC members generated $10,535.01 in 2017. Sound impressive? VICC has contributed $110,030.01 since 2011. We are very proud of our members.
VICC has eliminated a section of our route in the name of safety. No longer will our route include Caruso Rd, 44th Avenue nor Creekwood Blvd. Instead, ALL groups who ride this route will be turning right onto Drewrys Bluff to Tara Blvd. From this point, the route remains unchanged. Map 1 shows our 20-mile route, map 2, the 25-mile route, map 3, the 29-mile route, and map 4, the 32-mile route.Continue Reading →