When: Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 7:30 AM
Where: McDonald’s in Emmitsburg
Length: 103 miles with a metric shortcut , 13 mph rolling average
Leader: Bill Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Bill Smith on Saturday for the Spring Century check-out ride (with a metrick shortcut). The century will be 103 miles at a slow pace – about 13 rolling average. The ride will be going up King’s Gap, with two long hills. The rest is rolling. Bill will bring cue sheets. If you have any questions, contact Bill at email@example.com
Two members are planning a 4 day (3 night) ride in the Shenandoah Valley June 17-20. About 35 to 40 miles per day at a 10 to 12 mph pace. We’ll be staying in motels, no camping. This ride is a low intensity tour. Neither of us have cycled the Valley before, but we are up for the trip. The plan is to leave Strasburg, Va Friday morning, cycle down the valley as far as Staunton, turn around and come back. We would be staying overnight in New Market and Staunton. My truck can hold two more bikes, but I do not have room for another passenger. If you think you would like to join us contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 410-374-4416. Stuart Bonning
This year’s Spring Century will be on Friday, April 15, 2016. It will include a Metric portion. The century will probably start in Emmitsburg and go through Mt. Holly Springs. There will be climb up Kings Gap. The metric might start in Bigglerville, PA. Bill Smith is working on the routes. Check back for exact details. In the meantime, put it on your calendar!
Come out and help Shayne Boucher encourage safe riding for elementary school children at Lincoln Elementary. If you would like to help with any of these events, contact Shayne Boucher at email@example.com
5/2/16 Bike Education Day – After school parents can bring their kids’ bikes to have them inspected for brakes, air pressure, etc.
5/3/16 Bike Rodeo – Before school kids can go through a course on the parking lot
5/4/16 Bike to School Day – Kids can ride from McCurdy Field to Lincoln Elementary.
Groups helping with these events are: Safe Kids , Kiwanis Club, Frederick City Police (on bikes), Gravel & Grind and Frederick Pedalers.
Bike to Work Day
On Friday May 20, 2016 Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association invite you to celebrate bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. Attend one of 83 pit stops in D.C., MD, and VA to receive refreshments, and be entered into a raffle for bicycles being given away. In Frederick the pit stop is the MARC Station on East Street.
Register Free Today!
Tour de Frederick is returning to Frederick on August 12, 13, 14, 2016.
Details coming…Save the dates!
Since there is a 95% chance of rain at Noon, I am cancelling the 11:30 AM ride today.
When: Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 10:00 AM
Where: Boys and Girls Club, 413 Burck Street, Frederick, MD 21701
Length: 17.5 miles at a C pace
Leader: Terry Eskuchen, 301-676-4747, Ltesk@comcast.net
Ride Description: South of town, out New Design Road for a pleasant pre-meeting ride