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This group is for anyone looking to join one of our many group rides, seminars, or special events. Whether you are a beginner, advanced, or casual cyclist, you are welcome! Meet great people, get some exercise, learn something new, and above all, have fun! Genesis Bicycles began offering free group rides over twenty years ago. Our famous Ice Cream ride has become a local tradition and our annual Bike to Brunch charity event sees over 500 participants per year and has raised thousands of dollars for the Children's Home of Easton. And all of our rides are led by a Genesis Ambassador who has been trained by a League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor.

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10/10/10 Beginner Bike Path Ride

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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 What is the 10/10/10? Well, it's one of our most popular rides and is a great way to get started in cycling! The 10/10/10 ride is approximately 10 miles distance, at no more than 10 mph, and starts promptly at 10:10 am. Perfect for newbies, those returning to the sport, or those looking for a leisurely Saturday morning ride. A hybrid, mountain, or cross bike is suitable for this ride. A helmet is a must for all rides. Water and a spare tube is highly recommended.

EZ 20 Road Ride w/ Bob

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NEW TIME! RIDE WILL BEGIN AT 8:30 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 Join Bob for a fun and relaxed road ride. For those ready to step up from the 10/10/10, or for those who just bought their first road bike, this is the ride for you. A beginner friendly ride that will help build your riding skills and prepare you for the next step in cycling. The EZ 20 is just as described - approximately 20 +/- miles, at an easy pace of 10-12 mph. There may be a hill or two, so be prepared! Occasionally, we will do a longer ride, usually as the season progresses. Any changes in the distance of the ride will be posted beforehand. The group meets in the lower gravel lot at Genesis. A road bike or road-ready hybrid is required for this ride.

Hot Bagels with the BGE Road Ride

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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 (2019) - 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

C is for Coffee

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A new season of bicycling has begun! Join me and others for a road ride of 32 miles at a 10-12mph pace. We’ll stop for coffee, drink and snack at the Homestead General Store at the halfway point. 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 come early enough to unload your bike and sign in before the ride. Waivers can be filled out online at GenesisBicycles.com or I’ll it with me. (Needs signed once per year. ) Contact ride leader Noelle (Crazylegs ) LCI. at[masked] with any questions.

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C is for Coffee

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