Each year, the Mid-South chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society holds a tw0-day, 150-mile bike ride to raise money for MS awareness, research and treatment. As the name implies, it’s sponsored by the Jack Daniel’s distillery — including a post-ride party with your choice of Tennessee whiskey cocktails. The … Continue reading
East Ridge Bikes http://www.eastridgebicycles.net The origin of East Ridge Bicycles began in downtown Chattanooga in the early 1950’s. The business moved to East Ridge, TN in the mid-to-late 50’s. Our current owners purchased the business in 1983 and built the present location in 1987; which is located at the corners of Prater and Ringgold Road between … Continue reading
Endurance Sports Management http://www.endurancesportsmanagement.com/ Tennessee’s Premier Event Management & Chip Timing Company. Endurance Sports Management runs some of the most cost-effective and fun triathlons, duathlons, and running races in Tennessee.
XTERRA Wetsuits http://www.xterrawetsuits.com XTERRA Wetsuits strives to make your swim faster and more comfortable, and to offer you the highest performing triathlon wetsuit at the best value. We’ve been doing this all over the world since 2001. We confidently stand by our claim of making the world’s fastest wetsuit, and our … Continue reading
Quintana Roo http://wwww.rooworld.com Quintana Roo (QR) is an innovator and leader in the development of technology used in triathlons today- from right here in Chattanooga, TN. From the introduction of the first triathlon-specific wetsuit in 1987 to the first triathlon-specific bike in 1989, QR has been leading the way for triathletes … Continue reading
Cigna http://www.cigna.com More than just a health insurance company. Cigna is a global health service company,dedicated to helping the people we serve improve their health, well-being and sense of security. We make this happen through a broad range of integrated health care and related plans and services, and proven health and well-being programs … Continue reading
From the Chattanooga Times Free Press Peter Hurley had two options; make some serious lifestyle changes or die. About 10 years ago the then-investment banker had a quadruple bypass surgery, a brush too close with death for Hurley not to make a change. “I started riding my bike and I … Continue reading