ROLLING AT 3:30pm (SHARP!) Please arrive at least fifteen minutes earlier for last minute prep and call or text if you happen to be running a little late. Ride Length: 32-42 Miles Ride Terrain: Flats, False Flats, and Rolling Hills.
Route Map 32 mile: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/4929475
Route Map 42 mile: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/4930038
Ride Level: C3/C4 Level** Click Here For Level Details
This ride will start with my daily ride, but we will decide as a group how to end it. The options are (A) San Dimas Canyon, (B) Top of Wheeler in San Dimas, or (C) Mountain/Shinn Rd. Of course there is also the option of just doing my daily ride (32 miles).
My daily ride: This is the ride I do every day during the week. There are 12 miles of gratuitous climbing in the beginning; more climbing, but it is pretty straight forward after that.
Turn by turn directions:
From Bass Pro Shop A Right on Church
Left on Etiwanda
Left on Banyon
Left on Hermosa
Right on Lemmon
Left on Sapphire
Right on 19th
Right on Campus
Left on 21st (21st becomes Benson)
Right on Baseline
Left on Indian Hill
Left on First to the Pacific Electric Trail (PET)
PET to Arrow Hwy.
Right on Arrow Hwy.
Left on Rochester Ave.
Right on Jack Benny
Right on Victoria Gardens Lane back to Bass Pro Shop
Call me with questions or concerns: Skot [masked]
Minimal Riding Requirements:
• Properly fitted and fastened bicycle helmets are MANDATORY!
• An appropriate bike in good and safe working condition
• Each rider should carry an extra tube, patch kit, tire levers, bike tool and a pump and/or CO2kit
• Knowledge of which brake handle is for your rear brake (normally the right) and ability to use it as your primary brake or in conjunction with the front brake; do not apply only your front brake
• Highly visible clothing and bicycling sport specific protective glasses
• Proper hydration carried on the bike (water and/or a sports drink and drink often during the ride)
• Some form of quick energy food
• Ability to maintain speed and balance, brake efficiently, and safely handle your bike
• Each rider should carry some form of identification in case of an emergency (RoadID, a copy of your current address/emergency contacts/special medical needs, etc.) • Small amount of cash and/or debit card for meals or snacks is optional Our rides emphasize group and individual rider skill development. Bicycle riders, like drivers of motor vehicles, must obey all traffic laws.
In case of inclement weather or other possible ride cancellation conditions, our ride leader or designated representative will be present at the start location at the event start time to give postponement or cancellation details. DISCLAIMER: By being a member of this group you make it known that you, your personal representatives, assigns, heirs and next of kin will hold blameless in the case of accident, injury, or damage of any kind the Claremont Cycling Club (“CCC”), its officers, members, and volunteers. You recognize
that bicycling is potentially dangerous, and you represent that you are a competent cyclist with safe equipment. You fully understand the nature of Bicycling Activities and that you are qualified, in good health, and in proper physical condition to participate in such Activity. You understand that you participate in this bicycling activity at your own risk. You further recognize that safety is your own personal responsibility and you agree to participate in keeping all rides safe. You agree to hold the above organization harmless and indemnify them for all costs, judgments and awards that may be claimed including the cost to defend such claims brought by you or another on your behalf. CCC events are not races, it is incumbent upon the participant(s) to operate their bicycle in a safe manner, obey all traffic laws, and helmets are required. This disclaimer will be valid for any and all of the Claremont Cycling Club events and Community Rides. You also agree that your membership in this group is on an “at will” basis that can be terminated at any time for any reason.