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CycleManiacs is a non-professional group of cycling enthusiasts intended to share a social, safe, and fun group riding experience with others. We organize social group rides with skill levels from beginner to advanced. Please review each ride and determine which is appropriate for your skill level. At the end of each ride we will gather for a post ride social. You are encouraged to attend. Core to our philosophy “no one is left behind”! So don’t be left behind, join us!

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Multnomah Falls Ride

Glenn Otto Community Park

Ride overview: Starting at Glenn Otto Community Park we will ride out to Multnomah Falls and back Optional Post Ride Social at Sugarpine https://sugarpinedrivein.com/ Distance/Elevation: 33 Miles, 2500 ft Hills: Yes; plenty of climbing on this one Traffic: Yes... Ride Category: Intermediate: 30-40 miles / 14-16 mph** / Hilly **This pace is what we will ride on flat roads with no wind. Ride your own pace going up or downhill. We will re-group at the top of hills. Wheels rolling at start time -- meet 'n greet 15 minutes prior The Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29509959 Parking: plenty of parking at the park Ride Coordinators / Event Host: Michael[masked] No one ever get's left behind!!! Of course like all of our other rides a Social after the ride!!! Weather Policy: Cancellations will be posted 3 hours before ride time. We will ride in light rain and winds. We will not ride in heavy rain, hard winds, thunder, ice, or snow. At the end of each ride we will gather for a post ride social. You are encouraged to attend. Bring a lock. Carry a credit card, or cash to buy food or beverage. CycleManiacs is a non-professional meet-up group of cycling enthusiasts intended to share a social, safe, and fun group riding experience with others. Mandatory for all riders: Helmets must be worn at all times while riding. This is a requirement and not a request. Please review each ride and determine which is the appropriate for your skill level. Always bring plenty of water, snacks for energy. Bring a flat repair kit, including a spare tube tool kit and pump. Obey traffic laws and remember you’re a representative of the greater cycling community Working lights are mandatory for all evening and night rides. Please be sure your bright and blinky lights are not blinding fellow riders (or drivers) and adjust them accordingly, especially if asked to do so. No Earbuds. Make sure your bike is in good mechanical condition to start the ride. We do not use the term “all clear” when crossing intersections. Conditions can change quickly. When “Car Back” is called, it means single file. These and other terms will be discussed at rides start. Each rider is responsible for his or her own safety and is expected to ride in a safe group riding manner, which does not create a danger to others. Manage your RSVP’s The number of riders for each ride are limited by the event host, and based on the experience of the participants, the course, and conditions. If you sign up for the ride, and your schedule changes, you must change your RSVP to NO. This will allow riders on the waiting list to fill the vacancy and enjoy the ride. Please don’t wait till the last minute. We will track no shows. Those who repeatedly “no show” may be moved to the bottom of the wait list. RSVP’s cannot include a “plus one” or guest. Every participant must be a member of CycleManiacs, and thereby in acceptance of the release and waiver of liability terms. RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY By participating in any posted event, you're taking responsibility for your own safety. Your RSVP signifies that you agree to the following. Organizers, event hosts and other participants will not be held responsible for any individual at any event. Each rider rides at their own risk and is solely responsible for any damage to their equipment or themselves. Your personal safety depends on your own experience and judgment. By joining as a member you are agreeing that you are waiving any and all legal or civil rights for responsibility to the organizer, co-organizer, assistant organizers, event host and any other members within the group.

Tour de Blast, ride up Mt St Helens!

Toutle Lake High School

This is an event ride. The 82 mile ride is TOUGH due to the 6,000+ feet of elevation gain. Rides are 33 miles, 54 miles, and 82 miles. The 82 mile ride takes you to the beautiful Johnson Observatory. Event Sponser's Ride Details: First-timers and old pros, it’s time to get ready to ride! The Longview Rotary Club once again presents Tour de Blast, a bicycle ride into the heart of the Mount St. Helens blast zone! The Spirit Lake Memorial Highway winds its way up the Toutle Valley into the Mount St. Helens blast zone to the Johnston Ridge Viewpoint. Most of the course is on recently resurfaced highway with wide shoulders and excellent visibility. Fully supported ride with staffed rest areas (food and drink), bike repair, sag wagons and on-course motorcycle aid if things just don’t work out (flats, tired, sasquatch sighting…). Route is available at: https://ridewithgps.com/trips/15431915 This ride is fully supported, with rest stops (food and restrooms) located approximately every 20 miles. Event information is available at https://sites.google.com/a/smatd.org/cherry-of-a-ride/ Century route map is available at: http://tourdeblast.com/ Please text me at[masked] on the day before the event, or at 5:45 AM on the day of the ride. We may have a social after-ride gathering depending on finishing times.

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