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Memorial Day Morning Ride 3.0 - May 25 2020 We will meet up at Sherwood Elementary, on Golden between Battlefield and Seminole. From there, we'll ride 28 miles at 12-14 mph average and we'll stop every so often to regroup. There will be a bathroom around mile 8, and a convenience store around mile 17 if needed. No greenways this year due to the size of the group. The proposed route is here: ridewithgps.com/routes/30106748 http://www.facebook.com/events/621784541636199/Find out more »
Trail Of Honor Ride Join us for a Memorial evening ride. An out-and-back 13 mile ride from Pershing Middle School with some on-street riding, the Galloway Creek Greenway, and the Trail of Honor. http://www.facebook.com/events/423453738609250/Find out more »
Queen City Taco Tue$day Ride! (Virtual) The Queen City Taco Tue$day. Grab whatever bike you own. Join us for a social paced ride around the Queen City. Plan for about an hour, 10 to 15 miles at no more than 12mph average. Easy. Bike, tacos, beers and most important...enjoying life with FRIENDS! http://www.facebook.com/events/546809339545496/Find out more »
Wednesday Night Wisenheimer Ride Our Wednesday night ride leaves from our shop promptly at 6:00 pm. We quickly work our way out to beautiful farm roads for a 24ish to 31ish mile loop depending daylight. Avg. pace is 15-16 mph. Road bikes preferred. Helmets mandatory. Refreshments afterwards at the shop. http://www.facebook.com/events/1327510130782257/Find out more »
Thursday Night Ride 15 miles at 15 mph Above all else - we want TNR to be safe. 3 TNR groups. Each of a maximum of 25 riders or less. This group is an average of 15 mph, leaving at 5:55 pm from Temple Israel, doing this course (www.strava.com/routes/27240240) or (ridewithgps.com/routes/32636844) or (www.komoot.com/tour/184089483). If you want more miles don't stop or ride earlier. Please remember, all roads are 100% open to traffic - and motorists are trying to get home,…Find out more »