Some of us are planning to do a ride at Rosaryville on Sunday. Everyone is welcome, but this will most definitely be an unsupported ride, meaning no sweeper and no constant stops to regroup. For those that have not been before, it is a loop that is about 10 miles in length and is not overly hilly. Some of us are planning to do two loops. It is safe to assume there may be eating afterwards, so bring food if you want to hang out.
Again, everyone is welcome, but here are a few things to keep in mind:
1. This is an unsupported ride, which means that you should have some experience on a mountain bike. There are all levels of riders who come out, so it's very likely you'll find someone at your speed and skill level, but you should be prepared to fix your bike, find your way back to the parking lot, and ride solo if it comes to that. This ride will not have a dedicated "sweeper." If you're worried about riding alone, think about bringing a friend or posting a note on the site before the ride.
2. A helmet is required, and we strongly encourage you to bring a cell phone and water.
4. You should have a bike tool, pump and spare tubes — and of course know how to use them.