• Sunday Social Ride

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    We will leave Legacy Loop Plaza, (Fontanero exit East off I-25). We’ll ride south and go west on Pikes Peak towards Manitou retuning on the Midland and Greenway trails.

    Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us
    Please RSVP on Meetup for each event.
    Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged.

    Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37381741

    Ride Leader: Bob Boyd

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

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    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • CSCC Member Meeting

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    Our October Member Meeting will be on October 11, hosted by the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort at 2 El Paso Blvd, 80904. Social time will start at 6:00 pm with some light snacks. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. For those who cannot attend in person, the meeting will also be offered virtually on Zoom, so you won’t miss a thing.

    Our presentation will by by Marianne Martin, winner of the 1984 women's Tour de France Féminin.

    The year she won the Tour de France, Martin suffered from anemia earlier and had been riding poorly. After recovering, Martin was added to the United States team by National Team Coach Eddie Borysewicz. Martin earned the King of the Mountains polka-dot jersey in the 12th stage that went over two passes in the Alps and finished in Grenoble. She took the yellow jersey of the overall lead in the general classification in stage 14. She held on to the yellow jersey all the way through the 18th and final stage into Paris, finishing three minutes and 17 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher, and leading the United States to a first-place finish in the team competition ahead of the Netherlands and France. The streets were said to contain more than two million spectators watching the race.

    Martin covered the 1,080-kilometre (670 mi) course in 29 hours, 39 minutes, and 2 seconds. The race was held in July and had 18 stages. The women's tour ran the same time as the men's and finished 2–3 hours before the men each day.

    Martin, along with runners up Heleen Hage (Dutch) and Deborah Shumway (American), stood on the podium with male champions Laurent Fignon, Bernard Hinault and Greg LeMond. Fignon's prizes were valued at over $225,000 (adjusted to 2016 dollars). Martin was awarded a trophy and $1,000.

    Martin was inducted into the 2012 Boulder Sports Hall of Fame. She was a 2020 inductee to the US Bicycling Hall of Fame.

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Tour de Latte - (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    Needs a location

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses.

    The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly.

    Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form.

    - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. .
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.

    Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]