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This is a group for anyone interested in riding bicycles for pleasure, sport, or transportation. All skill levels are welcome and all types of rides are encouraged.

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Weekly Evening Rides

Salisbury City Park

***PLEASE READ! Arrive early enough to be ready to go promptly at 6pm. We ride laps on the 7 mile loop defined in the link below. The number of laps depends on group speed and the amount of daylight we have. The group may split into groups of varying skill level. Most of us are B or C riders. If it is your first time riding with the group and aren't sure, please let the ride leader know. Otherwise, they may make the wrong assumption which could result if you struggling to keep up with the pace. If you find the pace is is too much. PLEASE, let someone know so we can adjust the pace. We don't mind and we'd rather you enjoy yourself and continue to join our rides. Review route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26977882 Skill Levels A-Group (20+mph): This group will not have a ride leader and may or may not adhere to the predetermined route. This is generally not a “no-drop” ride. If you join this group, make sure you know the area and feel comfortable riding by yourself and be self-sufficient in getting back or handling mechanical issues on your own. B-Group (16-19 mph): This group will adhere to a predetermined route. Riders in this group enjoy socializing while keeping a steady (and sometimes challenging) pace. The goal is to have fun and keep the group together. C-Group (13-14 mph): This group is manageable for beginners but can still be challenging. This is a no-drop ride with regrouping stops if needed. It’s a great place to start if you are new to cycling or have been off the bike for awhile. This group will generally follow the same predetermined route as the intermediate group picking up any riders that may have become separated from that group. Notes: Helmets are required. A headlight and taillight is recommended especially in the first few weeks. A road bike is not required but is recommended for these rides. If you have aero bars, do not ride in them while in a group ride. Keep your hands close to your brakes at all times. Choose the group you ride in based on your skill level. Please do not try to push the pace up. If you feel the group is too slow, go with the faster group next time. If the group is too fast, drop back to the next group.

Weekly Evening Rides

Salisbury City Park

***PLEASE READ! Arrive early enough to be ready to go promptly at 6pm. We ride laps on the 7 mile loop defined in the link below. The number of laps depends on group speed and the amount of daylight we have. The group may split into groups of varying skill level. Most of us are B or C riders. If it is your first time riding with the group and aren't sure, please let the ride leader know. Otherwise, they may make the wrong assumption which could result if you struggling to keep up with the pace. If you find the pace is is too much. PLEASE, let someone know so we can adjust the pace. We don't mind and we'd rather you enjoy yourself and continue to join our rides. Review route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26977882 Skill Levels A-Group (20+mph): This group will not have a ride leader and may or may not adhere to the predetermined route. This is generally not a “no-drop” ride. If you join this group, make sure you know the area and feel comfortable riding by yourself and be self-sufficient in getting back or handling mechanical issues on your own. B-Group (16-19 mph): This group will adhere to a predetermined route. Riders in this group enjoy socializing while keeping a steady (and sometimes challenging) pace. The goal is to have fun and keep the group together. C-Group (13-14 mph): This group is manageable for beginners but can still be challenging. This is a no-drop ride with regrouping stops if needed. It’s a great place to start if you are new to cycling or have been off the bike for awhile. This group will generally follow the same predetermined route as the intermediate group picking up any riders that may have become separated from that group. Notes: Helmets are required. A headlight and taillight is recommended especially in the first few weeks. A road bike is not required but is recommended for these rides. If you have aero bars, do not ride in them while in a group ride. Keep your hands close to your brakes at all times. Choose the group you ride in based on your skill level. Please do not try to push the pace up. If you feel the group is too slow, go with the faster group next time. If the group is too fast, drop back to the next group.

Calling All Volunteers - Salisbury Community Park - Trail Work Day SUNDAY!

The bridge has been completed thanks to Eagle Scout Gavin Fleming and Scout Troop 448!! We will have another Trail Work Day this Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. We will be filling holes, clearing downed trees and various other odd jobs to get the trail in riding condition. If anyone has a 4-wheeler or Gator with a pull behind trailer to haul crushed rock and dirt it would help tremendously. We also will need shovels, loppers, rakes, wheel barrows etc so bring what you can. Please meet by 10:00 at the bridge which is below the dam and lake.

Sunday Social Ride

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A leisurely social bicycle ride through the streets of historic Salisbury and along the greenways. We meet at The Pedal Factory on E. Council St.

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Sunday Social Ride

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