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Posted on: September 25, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Orange County Department on Aging to host ‘W(Heel) to Hill’ cycling events

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The Orange County Department on Aging is inviting the public to participate in the inaugural W(heel) to Hill – Cycling Event!

Orange County Senior Games will host 12.5-mile, 25-mile and 50-mile bicycle rides between the two Orange County Department on Aging’s senior centers, the Seymour Center in Chapel Hill and the Passmore Center in Hillsborough (and back).

The event will kick-off at 1 pm on Sunday, Oct. 27, at the Seymour Center, located at 2551 Homestead Road in Chapel Hill. Check-in will be at noon.

The event is a casual bike ride for adults to raise awareness and funds for the year-round Senior Games program.

Registration forms are available at the Passmore Center, Seymour Center, Carrboro Recreation & Parks, Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation, Orange County Parks & Recreation, and online at

Fee: $15 preregistration/$20 on day of event

For more information about the event, please email Myra Austin, Orange County Senior Games Coordinator, or call 919-245-2020.

Orange County Senior Games are coordinated by Orange County Department on Aging and the Recreation and Parks Departments of Carrboro and Chapel Hill. They are part of the National Senior Games, a year-round health promotion program for adults 50 years of age or better. Each spring, thousands of North Carolinians compete at local events. Winners of local events move on to compete at the state-level and those winners then go on to compete nationally. For more information about NC games, visit North Carolina Senior Games.

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