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Sunday, October 6, 2019

The Ramblin’ Rose Chapel Hill takes place in October at the beautiful UNC Wellness Center in the Meadowmont community. It benefits the Girls on the Run of the Triangle. This is where it all started back in 2006 when the first Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon was born.

This event is well known for it’s beautiful bike course and festive finish line! It is the culminating event of the Ramblin’ Rose Tour every year and always has a very special feel to it.

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