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Tuesday Night Ride Springbike’s Gary Reed will be here on Tuesdays throughout the season. Several others attend this 19-20 mile Springbike route that leaves from Pleasant View Middle school, which is just east of Glenstone (Highway H in the county) on Highway AA (Do not go to the city of Pleasant Hope). The roads are fairly quiet and the hills are friendly. Gary promises a no-drop ride at whatever pace is required for those that are just getting started or…Find out more »
Tuesday Night is TT Night For 2020, we're going to start a Tuesday Night timerial series. $20 buy-in at the beginning of the season. Beer prizes at the end of the season and an end of the season BBQ for riders and families. Route: http://www.strava.com/routes/22671551. Toby Dogwiler will be the Tuesday Night is TT Night event leader. Contact him with questions. We will adjust to incorporate the OMC spring TT series and folks won't be affected in the series standings…Find out more »
Queen City Taco Tue$day Ride! 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 »
TNR at 15 mph (Thursday Night Ride) Above all else - we want TNR to be safe. We are a 15 mph group (led by the good folks at 2frys.com Cycling), leaving at 5:45 pm, doing this course 18 mile +/-: (http://www.strava.com/routes/12160518) Please remember, all roads are 100% open to traffic - and motorists are tying to get home, after a long day at work. We must obey ALL traffic signals. Do NOT ride wider than two across. Try and…Find out more »