What we're about

This is a group for people who want to - learn to be better cyclists, improve the cycling culture, learn more about cycling safety (both on a skill and dealing with traffic level) and ride with a fantastic group of dedicated people, all while helping to fund cure research for various chronic diseases.

Upcoming events (2)

Flat Weekend ride - SE side of Indy

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This is a great ride for people who want to build their mileage & group skills but are not yet up to the challenge of climbing!

There are 22, 25 & 32 mile routes and ride leader is Cure Chaser Level 3 Cycling Coach Scott Chapman.

No rider left behind - that said there will be different pace groups on most distances, so a road bike is strongly recommended at this time to make it easier to keep up!

The Rules

• All Riders must wear helmets

• Be able to ride 22 miles on a flat course• • Have a road bike in good repair (i.e. not likely to break down)

• be prepared to ride about 1.5 - 2 hours

• bring 2 full water bottles and some sports nutrition (GU packs or Sports bars)

• Have all the stuff to repair a flat (CO2 cartridges, spare tubes, etc...) if you don't know how to use this, it will at least give a coach something to work with

• Have a great attitude willing to learn how to ride your bike more safely and effectively in groups

• Have a signed Waiver on file Click Here (https://app.waiverforever.com/pending/UyamYeOrRs1384742255)

See you there!!

Flat ride - greenwood

Location visible to members

This is a great ride for people who want to build their mileage & group skills but are not yet up to the challenge of climbing!

These are routes lead by Cure Chaser Level 3 Cycling Coach Scott Chapman.

No rider left behind - that said there will be different pace groups on most distances, so a road bike is strongly recommended at this time to make it easier to keep up!

The Rules

• All Riders must wear helmets

• Be able to ride 22 miles on a flat course• • Have a road bike in good repair (i.e. not likely to break down)

• be prepared to ride about 1.5 - 2 hours

• bring 2 full water bottles and some sports nutrition (GU packs or Sports bars)

• Have all the stuff to repair a flat (CO2 cartridges, spare tubes, etc...) if you don't know how to use this, it will at least give a coach something to work with

• Have a great attitude willing to learn how to ride your bike more safely and effectively in groups

• Have a signed Waiver on file Click Here (https://app.waiverforever.com/pending/UyamYeOrRs1384742255)

See you there!!

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