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Ski Hooky Day at Loveland
Meet Lin Hark and Susie Frakes at 8:00 AM inside the El Rancho McDonald's to car pool to Loveland Ski Area. (I-70 exit #252, cross over the highway, turn left at the light and left into the Walmart parking lot. Park at the west end of the Wal-Mart lot just outside the McDonald's lot). Reply to this email or call Lin at[masked] or Susie [masked]) to let us know when and where you will meet us. NOTICE!!! Weekday skiing with your DBTC friends is offered as a gathering of friends and is NOT a sanctioned activity of Denver Bicycle Touring Club. Participating in skiing with DBTC friends means you will accept full responsibility for your own safety. Mark your calendar for upcoming ski days. Thursday, January 10 Ski Hooky Day at Loveland Thursday, February 14 Ski Hooky Day at Loveland Thursday, March 14 Ski Hooky Day at Loveland • What to bring Downhill Ski Gear • Important to know We usually eat lunch around 11-11:30 AM in the upper level of the lodge near the lockers.

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The Denver Bicycle Touring Club, Inc. (DBTC) is the original bicycling club of the Denver Metro area. DBTC is a non-profit corporation run by volunteers. The Club promotes recreational and commuter cycling, bike safety, and education of the general public in cycling matters. The Club is also active in advocacy and cycling planning with local governments in the metro area. In addition, the Club organizes and sponsors weekend and weekday rides. Rides are divided into categories of interest including ROAD, ATB and FUN. The Club publishes a monthly newsletter, available to members, of its activities and ride schedule.

If you love cycling and want to join others that do, we are the group for you. We do Fun Rides, Road Rides, MTB Rides, Extended Tours. We invite you to enjoy your first ride with the club. After that, we request you join the Denver Bicycle Touring Club at a cost of $25.00 for a single and $40.00 for a Family Membership.

Anyone interested in bicycling is eligible to join DBTC. Membership applications are in every newsletter, and Club brochures can be found in some metro Denver bicycle shops. If you would like a sample of the current newsletter, e-mail us (webmaster@dbtc.org) at www.dbtc.org (http://www.dbtc.org/). Memberships are for 12 months from the time you join.

To post & lead a ride, you need to be an active member the Denver Bicycle Touring Club. Please go to http://www.dbtc.org to find the membership form and other information and events that our club sponsors.

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