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Announcements for club rides

Kathy’s Strawberry ride (redux)

When: Saturday, June 2, 10:00

Where: Monocacy Middle School

Length: 26 miles at a C pace

Leader: Kathy Dollar, 301 788-9080, Kathy@three-dollars.org

Ride Description: Join Julane Anderson and Kathy Dollar for an EVENTful ride to St. Paul’s Strawberry + Bike festival in Walkersville.  26 miles with some hills at a C pace. Food available so bring money and a lock; music planned as well.  Check Yahoo for weather updates.  Won’t go if rainy.

Saturday Morning Ride 5/12

Diana and I will be leading a C – pace ride leaving from Monocacy Middle School this Saturday at 9:30 am.  This will be a 36 mile ride to Thurmont and back with a rest stop at Sheetz.  We should be back by 2:00 pm.

Call or text me if anyone has questions about the ride.  I will forward the cue sheet later this week.

Thanks,

Lee Rabideau

Cell 301-639-3394

 

Kathy’s Strawberry Ride

When: Saturday, May 19, 10:00

Where: Monocacy Middle School

Length: 26 miles at a C pace

Leader: Kathy Dollar, 301 788-9080, Kathy@three-dollars.org

Ride Description: Join Julane Anderson and Kathy Dollar for an EVENTful ride to St. Paul’s Strawberry + Bike festival in Walkersville.  26 miles with some hills at a C pace. Food available so bring money and a lock; music planned as well.  Check Yahoo for weather updates.  Won’t go if rainy.

(Almost) Spring Century Ride April 28

The Century ride originally scheduled for 4/27 has been rescheduled for 4/28.

Details have changed slightly. See below.

The ride will depart at 7 AM sharp in Myersville, so arrive early to get ready.  There will be no Rouzerville short ride, only the century ride.  The first stop will be mile 55 at Windy Knoll, so bring snacks.  It will be at a B pace in order to return by around 3 PM, and a full 100 miles is not guaranteed.

 

Terry’s June Ride!

Please join us on June 9, 2018, 9:30 AM
Culler Lake to Lilypons
32 miles
C pace
Leader – Terry Eskuchen
We’ll start at a West 2nd Street and West College Terrace and travel to Lilypons.  We’ll take a break at Lilypons, where we’ll enjoy the fish and the flowers. Then make our way back to the start.

C&O Canal Ride

Saturday June 16th leaving Snyders Landing at 9:30 am.  Travel north to Williamsport where we will eat lunch at the Desert Rose Cafe.  After lunch we return  to Snyders Landing arriving around 3:30 pm with a ride total of approximately 46 miles.  Ride leaders will be Lee and Diana Rabideau – call or text at 301-639-3394 if you have any questions or need directions.

(Almost) Spring Century Ride

RIDE IS CANCELLED. IT WILL BE RESCHEDULED.

UPDATED WITH ROUTE DETAILS

Please join us on Friday April 27, 2018 for a Spring Century Ride.

Ride Description: A pleasant ride over typical rolling Maryland and Pennsylvania terrain with some climbing.100 Mile Riders will ride to Rouzerville and meet up with 47 mile riders and have lunch at Windy Knoll Farm Market and Creamery.

Details:

When: Friday April 27, 2018 at 8AM

Where: 100 mile riders will meet at Doub’s Park, Intersection of Rt. 40 and Rt. 17 in Myersville, MD.  

Length: 100 miles/Total elevation 5,660 feet  

Century ride: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27239408

Leader: Chris Borkman, caborkman@comcast.net 

When:  Friday April 27, 2018 at 10:30AM

Where:  47 mile riders will meet at Sheetz in Rouzerville at Route 16 and 13030 Washington Township Blvd. (park at the Walmart about a block away).

Length:  47 miles/Total Elevation 2228 feet

Leader:  TBD

Windy Knoll half: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27164448

Utica Park-Wednesday Night Rides!

Starting Wednesday April 4, rides at Utica Park are back. Rides start at 6:00 PM. Most nights we will have B, CC, C and D rides. We still need ride leaders and backups.

When: Every Wednesday at 6:00 PM beginning on April 4

Where: Utica Park

Length: 20-40 miles at a B, CC, C or D pace

Leaders: Dennis W, Rick L, Diana/Lee R, Terry E, Charley K and others

Ride Description: A pleasant ride over typical rolling Frederick County terrain in and around Utica Park.