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Join Genna for a fun, beginner-friendly mountain bike ride @ Arastradero OSP in Palo Alto. There's some good climbing the first half of the ride but you're rewarded with a view of the entire bay area. This ride is appropriate for mountain, cyclocross or gravel bikes.
Join us for a weekly mid-week road ride. This is a mid-level ride, approximately 24 miles, rolling hills.
This week's Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29577909
Bring an extra layer because it can get chilly in the late afternoon (wind on Cañada or in shadow in Woodside) + a bike light to be visible.
Please be ready to ride at 5pm.
Join us for week #3 of our 10-week progressive training ride series!
Are you planning to ride the Marin Century on October 2nd, 2021? If so, join us for this 10-week series of progressive training rides. The series starts with a 6-hour skills clinic, combining the best skills from our Bike Skills modules, along with important information about nutrition and bike maintenance, to start you off in the right direction for a successful event. Then, join us for our progressive training ride series that begins the following week and you'll be crossing the finish line in style! Registration includes the 6-hour Marin Century Kick-Start Clinic, 10 weeks of progressive training rides, and a limited edition Velo Girls jersey from Pactimo.
Early registration discounts apply through June 16th. If you register by this time, you're also ensured to received your Velo Girls jersey by the beginning of the series.
Registration here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-velo-girls-marin-century-progressive-training-series-women-only-tickets-157526332501
This is a ride for beginners. All female riders are welcome for socializing and support, but this is an easy, beginner, getting-used-to-road-biking ride. Meet at Woodside Town Hall in Woodside. We'll ride north on Canada Road and return -- 15 miles, rolling terrain.
Like all our rides, this ride is led by volunteers. While this is a beginner level ride, participants should be comfortable with their bike (basic shifting and braking) and should be able to maintain a 10mph pace. While our ride leaders strive to support all riders and some one-on-one is available, depending on the size of the group, it may be impossible for the ride leader to ride with each rider.