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How does a weekend filled with barbeque, bands, bicycles and beverages sound to you? On August 1 and 2, the City of Asheboro will play host to the first annual Pigs & Pedals event in downtown Asheboro. The event will include a Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) sanctioned barbeque cooking competition with competitors vying for a $12,000 purse and the annual Criterium bike race in which cyclists from across the state and the region come to Asheboro and compete on a closed circuit course along the streets of Downtown.


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Letter From the Editor

I am pleased to bring you this special magazine highlighting the upcoming Pigs &

Pedals's event, as well as showcasing other fun things to do in and around Asheboro and Randolph County while you are here.

How does a weekend fi lled with barbeque, bands, bicycles and beverages sound to you? On August 1 and 2, the City of Asheboro will play host to the fi rst annual Pigs & Pedals event in downtown Asheboro. The event will include a Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) sanctioned barbeque cooking competition with competitors vying for a $12,000 purse by cooking up chicken, pork ribs, pork and beef brisket. The city expects approximately 40-45 competitive teams to be in attendance at the event.

Pigs & Pedals is held in conjunction with the annual Criterium bike race in which cyclists from across the state and the region come to Asheboro and compete on a closed circuit course along the streets of N. Fayetteville St., Worth St., S. Cox St. and E. Academy St. The races begin at 9 a.m. and end with a pro, 1, 2 race at 4 p.m. Throughout the event, men and women of all ages compete in the bike racing. The Criterium is sponsored by the Asheboro-Randolph Chamber of Commerce and is in its fourth year in downtown Asheboro.

We hope that once you discover all Asheboro and Randolph County has to offer, you will come back and visit often.

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2014 Pigs & Pedals Magazine is published annually by Asheboro & More Marketing, Inc. Any reproduction or duplication of any part thereof must be done with the written permission of the Publisher. All information included herein is correct to the best of our knowledge as of the publication date. Corrections should be forwarded to the Publisher at the address above.

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Letter From the Mayor


As Mayor, I’m excited to share with you an invitation to enjoy our Pigs & Pedals event in uptown Asheboro on August 1st and 2nd.

The weekend event features a KCBS (Kansas City Barbeque Society) professional cooking competition, closed course bicycle racing (Criterium), the Keith King Bicycle Stunt Show, the Castaways, the Part-Time Party-Time Band and lots of food and beverages.

Please join us for a fun and exciting weekend in uptown Asheboro. It’s just one more reason that Asheboro is exactly where you want to be.

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Summer is almost over and soon kids will be going back to school. But there is still a lot to go wild about at the North

Carolina Zoo during the month of August.


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Making a Roar about Lion AwarenessDuring World Lion Day, August

9th, enjoy zookeeper talks which will allow people to learn about majestic lions at the zoo and get the scoop about lion conservation in the wild.

There will be several activities at the N.C. Zoo on World Lion Day designed to provide entertainment while raising awareness for lions. Activities start at 11 a.m. in the zoo’s Africa region and include: zoo keepers tossing a large bone into

the lion exhibit so kids can get an idea how a lion eats its prey in the wild, a long jump activity will show kids how far lions can leap and let them compare their own leaping skills to lions, a roaring activity will help kids understand how loud a lion can get in the wild, along with these activities and kids will also be able to make crafts and receive gifts. With the number of lions dramatically declining in the wild, participating in World Lion Day is one way the N.C. Zoo staff raise awareness. Since last year the zoo has partnered with the Ruaha National Park in Africa to help conserve lions. Through the partnership, members of the N.C. Zoo’s conservation and research department were able to donate mobile devices called CyberTrackers to the Ruaha Carnivore Project which allows park rangers in Africa to track and log data about lions. “That’s important because it helps to determine how lions are spending their time, it prevents confl ict and monitors the lion population. Poison is an issue over there. Some people put pesticides on dead cows, not only do lions eat the poison, but so do other animals like coyotes,” said Corinne Kendall, Assistant Curator of Conservation and Research at the N.C. Zoo.

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It’s a Birthday Party and You’re Invited!

One of the North Carolina Zoo’s oldest residents is turning 40! C’sar a male African elephant will celebrate his 40th birthday and zoo visitors are invited. The celebration takes place on August 16th at 11 a.m. at the zoo’s Elephant Exhibit.

During the festivities kids can make crafts, sign C’sar’s birthday card and everyone can witness

the more than 12-thousand pound elephant eat his cake. The birthday boy arrived at the N.C. Zoo in 1978 when he was just four years old. Not only is C’sar one of the most recognizable animals at the zoo, he is also the oldest elephant. His birthday celebration coincides with the official 40th anniversary of the N.C. Zoo

“It’s a great coincidence, we’re turning 40 and so is he. He is a

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very large piece of our collection in more ways than one,” said Guy Lichty, Zoo Curator of Mammals.

Since nearly 100 wild elephants are killed every day by poachers in Africa, zoo keepers are not just using C’sar’s birthday as a celebration, but as a way to inform people about the plight of elephants in the wild.

“As ambassadors for their wild counterparts, animals like C’sar provide us with an opportunity to shed light on conservation issues in their range countries,” added Lichty.

Buggin’ Out at the N.C. Zoo The North Carolina Zoo is

“buggin” out and it will continue through October. An attraction called “Bugs an Epic Adventure,” is making people crawl with excitement.

The exhibit features a variety of

live invertebrates from around the world including the Chinese mantis, patent leather beetle, Madagascar hissing cockroach, Vietnamese giant centipede, emperor scorpion, Texas giant millipede, rose hair tarantula, giant bird eating spider and more. These species gives people the opportunity to learn about unusual creatures which make up 96% of animal life on earth.

“Our guests love being able to get up close with several types of live invertebrates in the unique Bug Dome. Even our visitors that are not bug fans find the variety interesting and enjoy discovering more about the role of these animals by talking with the staff within the exhibit,” said Steve Gerkin, Education Program Coordinator at the N.C. Zoo.

“Bugs an Epic Adventure,” also allows people to come eye-to-

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antenna with GIANT animatronic bugs. The animatronic creatures include a Mexican red- knee tarantula measuring nearly 30 feet across with its striking black and gold coloration and long hairy legs. Other large animatronic critters include the giant devil’s flower mantis, stag beetle, blue-eyed darner, black ant, seven spot ladybug, emperor scorpion, bombardier beetle, orb web spider, Madagascar sunset moth, red tailed bumblebee, Says’ firefly and grasshopper.

“The 13 animatronic bugs in the exhibit are very accurate in their details and amazing to see at such a grand size,” said Gerkin.

Whether it is a special event or exhibit when visitors come to the N.C. Zoo they will always have fun while learning at the same time.

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AUGUST 30 - THE ZOMBIE MUD RUN 5KThis Zombie Run is the original zombie-infested 5K fun run. Kersey Valley Attractions, 1615 Kersey Valley Rd, Archdale; 336.431.1700

SEPTEMBER 6 - FRANKLINVILLE DEEP RIVER FESTIVALCelebrate the end of summer with live music, crafts, games, and food along the banks of the Deep River in Downtown Franklinville; 163 W Main St, Franklinville; 336.824.2604

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OCTOBER 25 - 26TH ANNUAL NASCAR DAY FESTIVALCelebrate the heritage of NASCAR Legend Richard Petty and his family in downtown Randleman. Richard Petty will sign autographs from 5 to 7 pm. Open from 9 am to 6 pm; 102 W Naomi Street, Randleman

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