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Global Bikes Breakfast Club Saturday Morning Road Ride!!! Ray and 101


BEGINNER FRIENDLY!

Beginner/moderate ride through the east valley with breakfast at Paradise Bakery afterward!

Meet at Ray/101 Global Bikes at 7:15 am. Wheels down at 7:30 am.

Help newer road riders learn road riding etiquette and safety tips.

Help folks who want to get stronger, improve fitness and prepare for longer distances.

Lessen group ride intimidation and get cycling tips from more experienced riders.

Improve confidence with clipless pedals, learning to drink while riding and steadiness.

ALL without the worry of being dropped or unable to manage a flat.

This ride will be at a pace of 15 mph with distances between 20 and up to 40 miles as our group grows, with pre-determined hydration/rest stops along the route.  Routes vary with no hills to more challenging with fun rolling hills – check the comments below for the upcoming route. Ride may split in to A and B groups depending on the groups abilities.  The A group pace is above 16 mph and the B group is at 15mph, using hydration/rest stops as re-group points.

Riders should: Be sure to eat a light breakfast; suggestion: toast/peanut butter or oatmeal. BRING A ROAD BIKE (700c tires, please) – you MUST wear a helmet to participate in this ride. If it is still dark when we take off you must have headlight and taillight as required by law. Bring plenty of water - we suggest 2 water bottles or a hydration pack. Bring a spare inner tube – stop by the store if you need a road side tool kit or lights. Wear comfortable clothing. Be prepared for two-three hours of riding. Arrive 15 minutes early and be sure to pump up tires. Obey traffic laws – you are responsible for your own safety.

Don’t forget to take one of our FREE "So you just got a bike"  101 clinics - check the calendar

By RSVP'ing to this event, you are agreeing to the following waiver.

While bicycling is an outstanding recreational sport, it also involves risk and even dangers. Some of these dangers are limited to: traveling on or crossing heavily traveled roads, steep descents, potholes, accidents, unexpected moves of another rider, physical exertion, fatigue, flat tires, and motorists. Ride terrain, pace and distance may vary from the written or verbal description. In addition to the above, mountain bike rides may involve steep descents on heavily rutted roads, trails, as well as rock and log hopping. Cactus, snakes or other wildlife may also prove to be a danger in AZ.

I acknowledge that RMAL, llc (DBA Global Bikes) encourages the wearing of helmets and other safety gear and agree to hold Global Bikes and the ride leaders harmless for any injury resulting from my failure to wear a helmet or other safety gear.

The undersigned acknowledges that the risks recited above, as well as numerous other dangers are inherent in recreational bicycling and the undersigned agrees to assume all risks associated with participation in club/shop activities. The undersigned further agrees to save and hold harmless RMAL, llc (DBA Global Bikes),  its’ employees, ride leader, coordinators, members, and other riders from any and all liability for any injury or damage resulting from, or in any way connected with, participation group/shop/club activities.

I warrant that I am competent to ride safely and that my bicycle and equipment are in safe working condition. I agree to obey all traffic laws and to practice safety and courtesy when cycling. I hereby consent to and permit any emergency treatment in the event of injury or illness.

In the case of children under the age of 18, I hereby agree to the terms of the above waiver on behalf of my child (children I agree that Global Bikes, its officers, activity organizers, employees, ride leaders and other members have no obligation to provide instruction to, or supervision of my children.

I give RMAL, LLC (DBA Global Bikes), its employees, agents and assigns, unlimited permission to use, publish and re-publish in any form of media, reproductions of my likeness, (photographs or video) with or without identification of me by name. I agree to not demand payment or any other compensation and agree to hold the above parties harmless of all liability arising from such use.

I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS WAIVER. I AGREE TO BE LEGALLY BOUND BY IT

Questions? Post a question below.  We hope to see you there!


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  • Mary L.

    Excellent!

    December 21, 2013

  • Rafi I.

    Hi, is tri bike acceptable?. I am pretty new in biking.. Had one tri Olympic distance so far with road bike.. I only have tri bike now. Let me know. Thanks

    December 20, 2013

    • Rafi I.

      Thank you for details explanation. I will meet with Gilbert shop ride on Sunday soon. I will also tri to ride alone to practice my tribike.. Will see you guys sometime.

      December 21, 2013

  • Austin H.

    Great opportunity to get back into group rides! Great group

    December 21, 2013

  • Denise & Scott M.

    What's the difference between this meetup and the one listed as meet 6:45 roll out at 7:00? Also, is the pace a solid 15, what if I fall off that pace? should I look for a different group?

    December 19, 2013

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