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Radler

2013 Teutonia Männerchor Radler

Saturday August 17th, the 2013 Teutonia Radler is once again coming through Pittsburgh to take you on their Bike Trail Ride.

Starting out at the Teutonia at 11am, they will ride to the cities authentic German restaurant, the Hofbräuhaus.  After enjoying some lunch and Radlers, a german beverage consisting of beer and soda, groups of 10 to 15 cyclists will continue the ride to The Point.

They will have advanced and beginner groups depending on your cycling skills.  Each rider will receive a 2013 Radler T-shirt, custom designed by one of their members, and a dinner at the club.

 

What is the Teutonia Männerchor club?

Teutonia Männerchor is a German-American singing choir club located along the bike trails near the Heinz buildings along Route 28.  Founded in 1854, the club continues to maintain good fellowship and German cultural traditions.

The “Radler” was started by a group of cyclists in Germany last year and has already become widely popular. Currently consisting of private club members and their relatives, they are looking to become 100% open to the public!

Last years ride was a huge success and they are looking to have an even bigger turn out this year!

 Ticket Information..

  • $25 per rider
  • Tickets may be purchased at the club
  • You may also reserve a ticket for pick-up the day of the ride
  • Contact information: (724) 523-6311 or email at wbanzhaf@verizon.net

 

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