Attention: Date Change for Clip In! Moved to June 1, 2019!!

Please join EFGA for the second annual Clip In for Epilepsy cycling event, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2019!!  This event takes place in scenic White, Georgia at Sosebee Cycling Park. New for this year we will feature a 30 mile ride with a 15 mile bail out, a 60 mile ride with a 45 mile bail out, and a 100 mile ride for those of all ages and ability levels.

Bail out courses are available for the 30 and 60 mile courses, for those that wish to shorten the length of their ride and in order to offer more course options. After the hard work is completed, enjoy lunch and drinks while listening to live entertainment by Tom Lennon at our after ride party.

Form your teams, register, and start fundraising today!

WHEN: SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2019

WHERE: SOSEBEE CYLING PARK
465 SIMPSON RD NE WHITE, GA 30184

FEES: $45 IN ADVANCE
DAY OF INCREASE TO $55

TIMES:
PACKET PICK UP/ DAY OF REGISTRATION – 6:45 AM
CENTURY – 7:00 AM
60 MILE – 8:00 AM
30 MILE – 8:30 AM
LUNCH STARTING @ 11:00AM and ENDING @ 3:30 PM
SAG STOP CLOSING @ 3PM (LIMITED FOOD & WATER AVAILABLE AFTER 3PM)

Clip In for Epilepsy

Through events like Clip in for Epilepsy, EFGA is able to raise both funds and awareness to assist those living with epilepsy in this state.

The foundation is reliant on the support of the community and strives to reach all Georgians who live with this disorder, as well as their families.

8,000

Dollars raised for EFGA Programs & Services

156

Number of Committed Attendees

3

Number of years of this event

The Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia is a charitable non-profit, volunteer and professional organization committed to the prevention and control of epilepsy, and to helping improve the lives of people who have epilepsy.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia (EFGA) is the only health agency in Georgia dedicated to serving more than 110,000 Georgians living with active epilepsy statewide. The foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for people with epilepsy and their families through community education activities for all age levels and comprehensive set of client service programs.

The foundation also reaches out to the community at large to reduce the stigma that is often attached to epilepsy and educate the public on seizure recognition and first aid.