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Ready to ride into Fall? This ride will be 26-30 miles on trails and roads. We will ride as a group with plenty of meeting points along the way. No one left behind. The hope is to ride a total of 108 miles over 4 Fridays, to complete the challenge.( If you wish fancy swag please register here.) https://runsignup.com/Race/Register/?raceId=96469&eventId=422607 Bring a bike in good working condition, a spare tube and repair kit. Water, snack and a few $$ for the Store if you plan on getting something there. Front and rear lights recommended. Clothing for the forecasted weather and something to carry it in if you choose not to wear it. A helmet is a must. Please wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Please come early enough to unload your bike Contact ride leader Noelle (Crazylegs ) LCI. at[masked] with any questions.
Calling all new beginner rides and also riders who want to feel better about ridding your bike. This ride is 10 miles long will be at a pace of +/- 10 miles an hour and will Start at 9 am - hence the 10 -10 - 9 name! So for all the people who have purchased bikes this year come on out and enjoy riding with like minded individuals/families. Please bring water bottles, spare tube, snacks and your helmet. Also please bring a mask to stay Covid safe. A Hybrid / mountain bike preferred. Please meet in the gravel lot (lower level) at Genesis and be ready to ride by 9 am. (This a non Genesis sponsored ride)
Let’s start riding again!!! Take to the road will be on streets and ranging from 20-35 miles (more depending on the group) This is a no leave behind ride and all are welcome. A road or street ready highbred bike is preferred. But if you have a bike and want to ride just know there will be some hills. But what goes up slowly comes down allot faster😬 If any questions please give me a call or text to[masked] We will meet in the gravel lot by Genesis. Because of the summer heat let’s start the ride at 8 am, so please plan accordingly & be ready to ride by that time. Please bring extra water and also some food especially in case places are not open, and of course your mask so that we can ride as safely as possible ( won’t need to wear while riding) Thanks Mike
PLEASE NOTE - NEW START TIME IS NOW 9 AM GOING FORWARD. WAIVERS: If you have not yet signed a waiver for the new year, you can now complete one online before the ride. Waivers only have to be completed once per calendar year. here is the link: https://genesisbicycles.com/events/genesis-bicycles-waiver-and-release-pg1077.htm A road ride every Thursday morning. Ride averages 15 MPH+ and covers 36-40 miles. Come out and enjoy the beautiful weather, the camaraderie of fellow riders and just clean fun as we pedal our way to Milford (Upper Black Eddy) for bagels / muffins... it's really about the food. The pace is 15 MPH+, the conversation light and the coffee & muffin - well, it just makes a good thing better. Be sure to bring money for the snack break. Hope you can join... The Best Group Ever (BGE). 😀 Additional Information: 1. Please park in the lower gravel parking lot. 2. If you have not reviewed the safety booklet and signed a Genesis waiver this year (2020) - please arrive by 8:30 AM to take care of this. Otherwise, please plan to arrive by 8:45 so you can properly prep your bike and be ready to roll by 9 AM. As always, we will have a brief safety chat before we leave. 3. Our group is flexible and can accommodate riders at a pace of 15 MPH+ ... no one will be dropped. 4. Here are the requirements: * Wear a properly fitted bike helmet. * Bike should be in good working order. * Bring a tube that fits your bike. * Bring a water bottle * Bike Safe / Have Fun 5. Cycling Things to Remember (These will be explained at the pre-ride safety clinic & demonstrated during the ride) * Before Each Ride - ABC / Quick Check * Bicycles are Vehicles - Share the Road / Obey Traffic Control Devices * Be Visible / Predictable / Communicate * Lane Choice & Lane Position are Key * Scan / Make Independent Decisions * Bike Safe / Have Fun Thank you. Bruce Hochman League Cycling Instructor # 1707 League of American Bicyclists