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Hills and Pacelines

When: Every Tuesday starting May 2, 2017

Where: Starting July 25, the start will be at Lewistown Elementary School

Length: 27 – 30 miles at a B pace

Leader: Bill Smith <>

Ride Description: Hills and Pacelines returns again this year.   This ride will be 27 miles – 30 miles.  There will be several regrouping points; those in attendance are encouraged to ride as a team – until the last mile when all bets are off.

C & O Canal Ride – Snyders Landing to Williamsport

When:  Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 9:30 AM

Where:  Snyders Landing is located on Snyders Landing Road.  In Sharpsburg turn onto North Potomac Street.  Then turn left on Chapline Street, which turns into Snyders Landing Road.  Allow 45 minutes to reach Snyders Landing from Frederick.

Length:  47 miles with a lunch break in Williamsport at the Desert Rose.  Return at 3:30 PM to Synders Landing.

Leader: Lee Rabideau,, 301-639-3394


Maryland Endurance Challenge

The Maryland Endurance Challenge

Saturday, May 20, 2017


…with 12-hour, 6-hour, and 3-hour rides in beautiful Frederick County, Maryland.

Starting and ending on the East Campus of Mount St. Mary’s University, there are route options for all cycling abilities for you

Cross covered bridges, cruise the rolling farmlands, and enjoy Mid-Maryland’s pastoral countryside. Challenge yourself, and help the needy.

After Road Pick Up Ride

When:  Saturday, April 15, 2017 at 10:45 AM

Where:  Intersection of Bethel Road and O’Possumtown Road

Length:  Approximately 30 miles

Leader:  Lee Rabideau

Ride Description:  After the Adopt-A-Road pick-up, Lee will lead a ride 30 miles long, up to the Sheets in Thurmont and then return to the starting point.  Even if you don’t do the Road Clean-Up, you are welcome to come on the ride!


Saturday, April 15, 2017 at 9:00 AM

Leader: Lee Rabideau at

Several years ago the Frederick Pedalers adopted Bethel Road between Mountaindale Road and O’Possumtown Pike. Two or three times a year members of the Frederick Pedalers gather at the church parking lot at Bethel Road and O’Possumtown Pike and walk to Mountaindale Road while picking up trash. Trash bags and bright vests are provided to those who come out. The bags are left at a spot where the county comes and picks them up. Lee Rabideau is looking for lots of help!