Intermediate speed development night ride at Briar Chapel

Where: Briar Chapel 

Leader: Will

Arrive Time: 6:00pm

Ride Starts: 6:15pm (please be ready to roll by this time)

Planned Trail: Two laps with extras.

Trail information:

Tech Skill: This trail has rocks, whoops, rocks, some fairly tough climbs, rocks and some smooth sections.

Ride Speed: This has developed into a combined effort ride. We will have a couple of racers riding 10mph+( their relaxed pace) and our typical ride group. We alternate directions each lap, so if you fall behind, The train will be coming back to get ya. If you want to get faster, this is the ride for you.

Planned Distance: ~12-18 miles

Planned Duration: ~2 to 2.5 hours.

Other Details: Safety Helmet is required.

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  • Will M.

    Should be fine, I'll be out there.

    January 3, 2013

    • Jody H.

      OK, see you soon.

      January 3, 2013

  • Jody H.

    Is this still on for tonight? It rained here in Durham last nite. Figured things might be a bit squooshy.

    January 3, 2013

  • Steve P

    Tori you have a SS now? What gear are you running? I might have an easier cog for climbing that came stock on my SS. My new cogs are comin in the mail soon so I wont really need it.

    January 2, 2013

    • Victoria

      32 in front 20 back. This is a pretty good gear for me. I just mean having to stop and walk at times might hold up the group since I'm just starting out. Freaking love SS. If anyone talks smack about it, it's because they've never tried it. I think I might just pay for disc brakes this year and get a new geared bike next year... Enjoy this one for awhile :)

      January 3, 2013

  • Victoria

    I'm kinda sorta slow on the climbs with the SS. Ya'll feel free to ride at a faster pace. I just need this for motivation to get out and ride. Hopefully the trail will be somewhat dry.

    January 2, 2013

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