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Rides will vary in distance, speeds and starting points. A lot of BFF's rides take place on the west side; however, I do lead rides on the east side (Scottsdale area), as well. A number of us do event rides here in AZ, CA, and NV. We can stop for coffee/brunch/lunch/dinner/ or ride just to enjoy the scenery and some good company. Speeds usually average (approximately) 13 MPH - 16 MPH; check each ride for description of speeds and distances. The goal is to get out and enjoy the weather, good company, and the ride itself. Anyone can lead a ride, as long as you are an experienced group rider; it's fun to discover new places, so I encourage you to lead YOUR favorite ride. Let's get out and have some fun!

SAFETY FIRST!! Helmets are required, front and rear lights are required for night rides, and highly recommended at all times. Bring plenty of water, electrolyte replacement, cooling towels, eye protection, etc.

* Release of Liability:

The organizer(s) and host(s) of this event is a volunteer and not a professional ride leader. The function of the organizer/host is only to organize the event. Each person who signs up for and participates in an event or outing is responsible for his or her own safety and the safety of his or her guests. By signing up for and participating in this event, or any other BFF Cycling event, you are acknowledging that you are aware and have made your guests aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with this activity and freely accept all such risks, dangers and hazards, and fully assume responsibility for your own safety, and further agree to release and discharge the organizers of this event from and against any and all liability arising from your and your guest's participation in the group activities. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for your safety. By RSVP'ing AND/OR showing up for a ride, you agree that BFF Cycling WILL NOT BE Held Legally Responsible for ANY Incidents that might Occur on our Group Rides.

• Important to know

Covid 19 has changed the world, at least for now. We all have different opinions, so please be respectful of your fellow riders regarding masks (to wear one or not wear one), and social distancing of 6 ft. If you choose not to wear a mask while riding, I suggest you carry one with you in case of a stop at a store, or in case of help needed with repairs on your bike, or another's bike.

Happy Riding! :)

Upcoming events (5)

Monday night ride

Rio Vista Community Park

15-20 miles at 15mph average. Helmets and lights required. • What to bring SAFETY FIRST!! Helmets are required, front and rear lights are required for night rides, and highly recommended at all times. Bring plenty of water, electrolyte replacement, cooling towels, eye protection, etc. • Important to know Remember to always check the event before leaving the house to confirm details. No earbuds. * Release of Liability: The organizer(s) and host(s) of this event is a volunteer and not a professional ride leader. The function of the organizer/host is only to organize the event. Each person who signs up for and participates in an event or outing is responsible for his or her own safety and the safety of his or her guests. By signing up for and participating in this event, or any other BFF Cycling event, you are acknowledging that you are aware and have made your guests aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with this activity and freely accept all such risks, dangers and hazards, and fully assume responsibility for your own safety, and further agree to release and discharge the organizers of this event from and against any and all liability arising from your and your guest's participation in the group activities. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for your safety. By RSVP'ing AND/OR showing up for a ride, you agree that BFF Cycling WILL NOT BE Held Legally Responsible for ANY Incidents that might Occur on our Group Rides.

Take a Ride on the West Side - 12-15 miles - 13+ mph

Rio Vista Community Park

Details • What we'll do Wheels down, ready to ride @ 7:00 p.m. We'll be riding on low traffic streets with nice wide golf cart lanes and/or bike lanes, very little time will spent on trails until the pandemic is well behind us. 12-15 miles; though, these are new routes and the mileage, as well, as the starting point may vary from week to week. This is a social, no drop ride; though, we will maintain at least 13-14 mph; faster if riders are up for it. • What to bring SAFETY FIRST!! Helmets are required, front and rear lights are required for night rides, and highly recommended at all times. Bring plenty of water, electrolyte replacement, cooling towels, eye protection, etc. • Important to know Covid 19 has changed the world, at least for now. We all have different opinions, so please be respectful of your fellow riders regarding masks (to wear one or not wear one), and social distancing of 6 ft. If you choose not to wear a mask while riding, I suggest you carry one with you in case of a stop at a store, or in case of help needed with repairs on your bike, or another's bike. Remember to always check the event before leaving the house to confirm details. No earbuds. * Release of Liability: The organizer(s) and host(s) of this event is a volunteer and not a professional ride leader. The function of the organizer/host is only to organize the event. Each person who signs up for and participates in an event or outing is responsible for his or her own safety and the safety of his or her guests. By signing up for and participating in this event, or any other BFF Cycling event, you are acknowledging that you are aware and have made your guests aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with this activity and freely accept all such risks, dangers and hazards, and fully assume responsibility for your own safety, and further agree to release and discharge the organizers of this event from and against any and all liability arising from your and your guest's participation in the group activities. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for your safety. By RSVP'ing AND/OR showing up for a ride, you agree that BFF Cycling WILL NOT BE Held Legally Responsible for ANY Incidents that might Occur on our Group Rides.

Monday night ride

Rio Vista Community Park

15-20 miles at 15mph average. Helmets and lights required. • What to bring SAFETY FIRST!! Helmets are required, front and rear lights are required for night rides, and highly recommended at all times. Bring plenty of water, electrolyte replacement, cooling towels, eye protection, etc. • Important to know Remember to always check the event before leaving the house to confirm details. No earbuds. * Release of Liability: The organizer(s) and host(s) of this event is a volunteer and not a professional ride leader. The function of the organizer/host is only to organize the event. Each person who signs up for and participates in an event or outing is responsible for his or her own safety and the safety of his or her guests. By signing up for and participating in this event, or any other BFF Cycling event, you are acknowledging that you are aware and have made your guests aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with this activity and freely accept all such risks, dangers and hazards, and fully assume responsibility for your own safety, and further agree to release and discharge the organizers of this event from and against any and all liability arising from your and your guest's participation in the group activities. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for your safety. By RSVP'ing AND/OR showing up for a ride, you agree that BFF Cycling WILL NOT BE Held Legally Responsible for ANY Incidents that might Occur on our Group Rides.

Take a Ride on the West Side - 12-15 miles - 13+ mph

Rio Vista Community Park

Details • What we'll do Wheels down, ready to ride @ 7:00 p.m. We'll be riding on low traffic streets with nice wide golf cart lanes and/or bike lanes, very little time will spent on trails until the pandemic is well behind us. 12-15 miles; though, these are new routes and the mileage, as well, as the starting point may vary from week to week. This is a social, no drop ride; though, we will maintain at least 13-14 mph; faster if riders are up for it. • What to bring SAFETY FIRST!! Helmets are required, front and rear lights are required for night rides, and highly recommended at all times. Bring plenty of water, electrolyte replacement, cooling towels, eye protection, etc. • Important to know Covid 19 has changed the world, at least for now. We all have different opinions, so please be respectful of your fellow riders regarding masks (to wear one or not wear one), and social distancing of 6 ft. If you choose not to wear a mask while riding, I suggest you carry one with you in case of a stop at a store, or in case of help needed with repairs on your bike, or another's bike. Remember to always check the event before leaving the house to confirm details. No earbuds. * Release of Liability: The organizer(s) and host(s) of this event is a volunteer and not a professional ride leader. The function of the organizer/host is only to organize the event. Each person who signs up for and participates in an event or outing is responsible for his or her own safety and the safety of his or her guests. By signing up for and participating in this event, or any other BFF Cycling event, you are acknowledging that you are aware and have made your guests aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with this activity and freely accept all such risks, dangers and hazards, and fully assume responsibility for your own safety, and further agree to release and discharge the organizers of this event from and against any and all liability arising from your and your guest's participation in the group activities. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for your safety. By RSVP'ing AND/OR showing up for a ride, you agree that BFF Cycling WILL NOT BE Held Legally Responsible for ANY Incidents that might Occur on our Group Rides.

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Monday night ride

Rio Vista Community Park

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