One advantage non-believers have is sleeping in on Sunday mornings. But why not get out there and be actively non-religious? Emphasis on the active - plenty of us could use more exercise. We can all get together and commune with nature on a weekly basis and...hmm.
Anyway, Eric and I biked with Jonathan and Kasi and others a couple years ago and we'd like to revive it since there appears to be other interest in social biking.
The plan is to meet up at the South Creek Trail where it passes through Nathaniel Greene and Close Memorial parks, down by lower parking area and the rose garden. From there we'll cruise up to one end of the trail, down to the other, and back. If everyone is up to it we'll include the leg across West Bypass along Wilson Creek, which is hillier and tougher. The full thing ends up nearly 20 miles and is a pretty good workout that can be done in under two hours.
I expect we'll wait 5 or 10 minutes after 9 for people to arrive when we're expecting people who haven't shown. But it's also quite possible to catch up, or to meet up in another spot.
This will be a weekly recurring meetup. We may as a group decide occasionally to try other trails. I hear the Frisco Highline up on the northwest side is pretty good, and the Sequiota on the southeast I've only seen part of so far. But typically we'll be doing the South Creek since Eric and I live along it and we expect to be the main regulars.