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MEETS – Leisure Pace (10-12 mph) 17miles, 1002 ft

Come join us for the Leisure paced version of the MEETS midweek training series – Marymoor edition.  We will start promptly at 6p.m.

Ride leader for this week is Michelle Burton.

PLEASE RSVP ahead of time if you plan to ride with us so we can recruit additional ride leaders as necessary. RSVP not required, but would be MUCH appreciated.

Midweek Eastside Evening Training Series – The “MEETS” leisurely rides will be held Wednesday evenings at 6 pm each week. These will be training routes that incorporate local hills which will progress in elevation and are 15-20 mile loops. 5/1/13 route: Each ride pace for the week will also be posted at Cascade Bicycle Club Daily Rides Calendar

Riders should be able to sustain the appropriate pace, read a cue sheet, change a flat (and have the requisite equipment), and have a positive attitude! Faster riders and better climbers are welcome to join but for them the ride becomes self-paced and self-guided. Riders can ride on their own, in small groups, or with the appropriate pace ride leader. A limited number of cue sheets will be available at ride start so please print your own just in case. The final route and cue sheets will be available the weekend prior to each ride.

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  • Michelle B.

    Yes, it was. You were great! And the gals were real troopers.

    May 2, 2013

  • Christie W.

    Beautiful evening ride with the Leisure Group. Thanks Ladies!

    May 1, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I am going to try to make long as my husband gets home on time.

    April 30, 2013

  • Sandi N.

    Just a quick note - with the increasing elevation each week on these training rides, it will take us a little longer to complete the rides. Therefore we need to make sure that we are all ready to roll out right at 6 pm so that all groups make it back before dark.

    April 25, 2013

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