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Saturday, July 4

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  • 8:15am
  • A-
  • 76
  • Leaderless
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  • Spirit of '76
UPDATE: Sorry going out of town, last minute! I'll leave the route up if anyone wants to use it. Sign In
A reprise of one of Bjoern’s famous Judystock routes. A hilly ride that has featured climbs on Secor, Peekskill Hollow, Farmer Mill, Old Route 55 and Bullet Hole Rd. A refueling stop in historic Pawling at mile 32. Sign In After the ride celebrate the day at a "bring your own food & drinks, something to share" picnic at Annmarie's in Mahopac - also bring chairs/blankets. Watch out for surprise fireworks.
Note new start location: Somers Commons - 80 Route 118, Baldwin Place, NY in the bike path parking lot. This is the same ride Peter is leading at 8:30 at a B- pace. It should be great. Expect a strong B pace with re-grouping as needed.
A 4th of July Multilevel ride. !! This posting is for a B- ride at 14.5 to 15 pace. 45.3 miles including Dennytown road w 3300 ft of climbing. 301 is a scenic route in Fahnstock State Park then down Gipsy Trail and a short stop at Millies Cafe. The A ride is a longer-faster version on some of the same roads. Route can be found here, (note updated 7/1/15) updated Route Sign In
I need to get out of town early, so here's a south county ride for others who regrettably may not be able to make it to the July 4 festivities in Mahopac. Be ready to roll by safety talk at 8:25. Aim is to be done by noon. We will stop briefly in old Greenwich. IF RAIN FORCES CANCELLATION, I WILL EMAIL EVERYONE BY 7:00 A.M. Relatively quiet route, largely on good roads going by mansions in Greenwich, with easily tolerable gain. Likely pace = 14+ mph. We will regroup. Bring your phone. Route is at Sign In. I will bring some cue sheets. (The route may need tweaking depending on the number of signups.) If you want more miles at the end, there are options I can explain. A group of C+ riders is welcome and we can split into 2 groups. Bring your phone.
A 4th of July Multilevel ride. See details about post ride activities !! LOOKING FOR OTHER LEADERS!! Post more sections or other routes. This posting is for a C+ ride at 14 to 14.5 pace. 46 miles including Dennytown road w 3300 ft of climbing. 301 is a scenic route in Fahnstock State Park then down Gipsy Trail and a short stop at Millies Cafe. Route can be found here, Sign In Park/meet near Radio Shack. Trail lot is too small. Contact: (914)299-7369
MULTI-LEVEL RIDE - Somers Commons. Park near Radio Shack / Cold Stone. Post ride, cyclists are invited to Annmarie Viaggio's home in Mahopac for a "bring your own lunch, beverage, something to share" picnic. There is an above ground pool (nothing fancy!) so bring your suit and towel. Please bring chairs / blanket to enjoy the day. For those staying through the evening, there will be firework's fun. Cyclists who would like to join the fun, please request address from ride leader or call 914 804 4777 or email amviaggio@aol.com. Those attending please park on one side of the street to be respectful and accommodating to neighbors and passing cars. Thank you. LET'S CELEBRATE! Families welcome. Pace for this ride between 13 to 14 mph. Always remember spare tubes, C2O, water bottle, good and fun cheer. REVISED RIDE - STAR SPANGLED CYCLISTS: Sign In PLEASE ARRIVE BY 8:45, ROLLING AT 9:00
Using the same route as Annmarie's C ride, but at a slower pace, around 11.5-12 mph. Will email out updates and address for the after-party to all signed up riders as the week progresses, with a final update Friday afternoon. Please plan to park near the radio shack/ice cream place. Sign In
RIDE IS ON. Beautiful ride to Mt. Kisco to find gelato, mostly on the North County Trail. Pace will be between 9-11mph One of the club members is having a BBQ following the ride. Bring a dish with you and show up at 81 Astor Drive Mahopac, NY 10541 This will be a great day and a way to socialize and meet new club members. I will bring the cue sheet. Take my cell phone number: (914) 907-7353. Feel free to call if you have any questions prior to the ride. .

Sunday, July 5

Rescheduled due to rain on 6/21 and 6/28! A more civilized start time, but same 200 miles. Or start earlier if you are not sure.
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  • 9:00am
  • B+
  • 57
  • Tim Lener
  • 914-522-4402
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  • Up to Patterson
Heading up north a bit on some quiet country roads. The only fireworks will be going up Wakeman Hill Road. Rest stop in Patterson at mile 37.5. Plenty of regrouping but expect a fairly brisk B+ pace this time of year. Sign In
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  • 9:00am
  • B-
  • 46.2
  • Ave Karel
  • 914-826-3440
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  • Bedford to Rowayton Market w/ Upper Shad Return
Since one day’s rest for me after Friday’s ride, plan to do this at moderate pace for B- level and above (who are willing to regroup and enjoy the company!)……… ***REQUIRED: Willingness to always call out when passing, good cheer + advance (not day of) sign up, thanks!***. ………………….We’ll start from the elementary school instead of the tennis court. A favorite route from Bedford to the Rowayton Country Market and CT shoreline........ Not too hilly (2357 range 50ft/mi) + very scenic including several areas near LI Sound………This version goes out on Rockrimmon and returns via Upper Shad………………Target 14’s to low 15’s mph with REGROUPING to enjoy staying together…………….……INCLUDES: Rockrimmon, wonderful Ponus Ridge south to Jeliff Mill, scenic loops around Pear Tree and Pine Tree points, rest stop @ Rowayton Country Market with outdoor deck w/ inlet and beach area views, long stretch north on W. Norwalk Rd. through downtown New Canaan, up to Scotts Corners and return on Upper Shad......................Helmets required, no headphones, check TIRES + equipment in advance to avoid mechanical problems, bring 2 spare tubes........Meet EARLY to roll promptly at 9:00am…….…….Download or Print Cue from ridewithgps.com map. Bring MY TEL. # with you (914-826-3440) ........Lets ride SAFE and have some FUN. …………Map: Sign In
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  • 12:30pm
  • C-
  • 21
  • Mark J. Lalloo
  • 914-946-8816
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  • Ice Cream Ride to the Creamery
Hello everyone, join me on the first ice cream ride of 2015. We are going to the Village Creamery in Valhalla. This is a C- ride because there will be climbing. All the pain and suffering will be worth it, when you have some ice cream. Call the Creamery, (914)421-1300 for pricing and flavor selections. I will hand out cue sheets at the start. E-mail or call (914)946-8816, Mark J. Lalloo for any questions or more info. I can not respond to any e-mails or calls on the day of the ride. MJL
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  • 9:00am
  • D+
  • 25
  • Amy Goldman
  • 914-834-5639
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  • Wampus Pond and Coffee in Armonk
Take a leisurely ride through Greenwich to Wampus Pond, Armonk and Riversville Road. Bring a smile, helmet, water, spare tire.
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  • 9:30am
  • D
  • 23
  • Joel Brill
  • 914-834-5639
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  • Wampus Pond & Coffee in Armonk
Same general ride as D+ but slightly slower pace. Bring spare, water, etc.

Monday, July 6

A total of 25 recovery rides for 2015. Two rides on March 23 & 30, 2015, will be fix gear friendly. The route is flat and pace is reduced. There is no ride on May 25 (Memorial Day)& Sept. 7 (Labor Day). On June 22, 2015, a special longest day of the year ride, will take a route over Whippoorwill Rd. in Armonk, N.Y. All rides depart at 6:00 PM from the parking lot in downtown White Plains, N.Y. There is a pre-start from Cycleworks Cycling Center at 5:45 PM. Ride distance ranges from 16 miles to a full ride of 32 miles thru central Westchester. The pace is 16 MPH or less. No rider will be dropped and the group stays together. A helmet must be worn at all times on the ride and lights are highly recommended. Any ride will be cancelled due to inclement weather at departure time in White Plains. Inclement weather Sign In winds & lightning. Parking in White Plains is $2.00 per hour and is strictly enforced. No cue sheet is used on this ride. Any questions, please contact Mark J. Lalloo at (914)946-8816 or e-mail: electrovelo@gmail.com I can not respond to any calls or e-mails on the day of the ride. MJL
Wednesday Wanderers do Monday. Read the description from last week, we are going to Millbrook and Babettes for lunch. Moderately hilly, 56' of climbing. Way out has some challenging climbs, but much easier coming back. Bring swim suits for a dipin the pool after. I'll supply the snacks and beverages. Sign In

Tuesday, July 7

The whole enchilada! We ride up to Rt 35 and back on Rt 124. The hardest and best ride of the season. Back by dark, but bring a light. Ride leaves promptly. Sunset: 8:30pm.
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  • 6:00pm
  • B+
  • 26
  • Bari Wood
  • 914-723-6484
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  • Whip 'N GAG
Weekly training ride with 2 short re-groups - bottom of Whip and bottom of Middle Patent. Once we hit base of Round Hill, the group will go hard and pace-line all the way back. If you do not know how to pace line or are not comfortable being on a wheel (12 inches or less), please stay off the pace line and drop back. Pace will be 18+ based on this time of year and amount of regroups/mileage on this ride. Rain Cancels
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  • 6:00pm
  • B-
  • 26
  • Jan Allardt
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  • Whip & GAG: Weekly Training Ride
This is a weekly training ride. This pace will get progressively faster as the season goes on. We all meet back at the lot, and wait until the full group is in, then head over for pizza. -- Sign In PLEASE REVIEW THE CUE SHEET, headlight a must, and add my cell phone: (914) 953-8109. Time adjusted as season progresses. ***Weather cancellations are a group decision made the day of at the lot, unless the obvious downpour, thunder & lightning, etc which cancels the ride.
Afternoon Delight - Beautiful spin around area roads, scenic valley views and rolling hills. Expect pace around 14 mph. Optional stop around midpoint of ride at Cousin's Bakery & Deli in Wingdale. Please plan to arrive by 5:45 pm for safety talk and ready to roll at 6 pm. No cue sheet. Safety conscious and courteous riders are a must! Please check tires/equipment before ride, bring ID, helmets, inner tubes, water/energy drinks, No headphones. Rain or very wet roads cancels. Good Cheer is required! Sign In

Wednesday, July 8

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  • 6:00pm
  • All
  • 14-30
  • Dennis Gaylin
  • 914-588-3742
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  • Wednesday Night All Ride at the Griff
Come out for this popular self-led ride. Choose from a tame 14 miles to 30 miles with a number of challenging climbs. For those riding at a B- thru D level, please indicate what pace and distance you will be riding at...I think this may increase participation and the likelihood that you will have company throughout the ride. After, join us for food and drinks at the Griff. Please bring CASH as we SPLIT the bill. Helmets and spare tube a must. Lights are recommended. I will be in the lot early for those that are new to the ride and have questions. Be sure to sign up before 5:50 as I plan on riding out promptly at 6:00. If you are late you are on your own. Print a cue sheet,I will not have copies. 14 miles - Sign In 25 miles -Sign In this includes a bailout option for 22 miles and avoids the climb up John St. 30 miles - Sign In for those who want more suffering. Sign Up For This Ride
Want new roads??? Here you go... A very scenic 50 mile ride w/3100 ft of elev gain from Bethel, CT to Southbury. Includes a bike path over the Housatonic River. One big hill (Purchase Brook Rd) otherwise typical CT rollers. The extra mileage is to get around a lot of nuisance hills. Lunch is in Southbury at the Heritage Village Deli. Rain or threat of cancels. Bethel Municipal Center is at 1 School Street Bethel, CT 06801 Sign In

Thursday, July 9

The whole enchilada! We ride up to Rt 35 and back on Rt 124. The hardest and best ride of the season. Back by dark, but bring a light. Ride leaves promptly. Sunset: 8:29pm.
Combination of low traffic country roads and Dutchess bike trail. C/C+ pace depending on group, no one is dropped. NO cue sheet needed, route will change each week. After the ride, ride leader will supply food and beverages to all who want to stay a while. Cell, after 10AM only, 914-403-1506.

Saturday, July 11

Heading back up to the old stomping grounds for this hilly ride through Yorktown and Cortlandt.Quick stop down at the river and the break comes early at mile 16. But you're staying around for the post-ride parking lot celebration to include cold beverages and cake, right? I expect we'll do 14-15 mph on this hilly terrain. Sign In CAN WE GET A "B" RIDE TO JOIN US? B+ TOO!
 
Hilly ride to Croton... where the cows are black and the pigs are blue. Post-ride celebration to include cold beverages and cake.

Monday, July 13

A total of 25 recovery rides for 2015. Two rides on March 23 & 30, 2015, will be fix gear friendly. The route is flat and pace is reduced. There is no ride on May 25 (Memorial Day)& Sept. 7 (Labor Day). On June 22, 2015, a special longest day of the year ride, will take a route over Whippoorwill Rd. in Armonk, N.Y. All rides depart at 6:00 PM from the parking lot in downtown White Plains, N.Y. There is a pre-start from Cycleworks Cycling Center at 5:45 PM. Ride distance ranges from 16 miles to a full ride of 32 miles thru central Westchester. The pace is 16 MPH or less. No rider will be dropped and the group stays together. A helmet must be worn at all times on the ride and lights are highly recommended. Any ride will be cancelled due to inclement weather at departure time in White Plains. Inclement weather Sign In winds & lightning. Parking in White Plains is $2.00 per hour and is strictly enforced. No cue sheet is used on this ride. Any questions, please contact Mark J. Lalloo at (914)946-8816 or e-mail: electrovelo@gmail.com I can not respond to any calls or e-mails on the day of the ride. MJL

Tuesday, July 14

The whole enchilada! We ride up to Rt 35 and back on Rt 124. The hardest and best ride of the season. Back by dark, but bring a light. Ride leaves promptly. Sunset: 8:27pm.
  •  
  • 6:00pm
  • B+
  • 26
  • Bari Wood
  • 914-723-6484
  •  
  • Whip N Gag
Weekly training ride with 2 short re-groups - bottom of Whip and bottom of Middle Patent. Once we hit base of Round Hill, the group will go hard and pace-line all the way back. If you do not know how to pace line or are not comfortable being on a wheel (12 inches or less), please stay off the pace line and drop back. Pace will be 18+ based on this time of year and amount of regroups/mileage on this ride. Rain Cancels
  •  
  • 6:00pm
  • B-
  • 26
  • Jan Allardt
  •  
  • Whip & GAG: Weekly Training Ride
This is a weekly training ride. This pace will get progressively faster as the season goes on. We all meet back at the lot, and wait until the full group is in, then head over for pizza. -- Sign In PLEASE REVIEW THE CUE SHEET, headlight a must, and add my cell phone: (914) 953-8109. Time adjusted as season progresses. ***Weather cancellations are a group decision made the day of at the lot, unless the obvious downpour, thunder & lightning, etc which cancels the ride.
Afternoon Delight - Beautiful spin around area roads, scenic valley views and rolling hills. Expect pace around 13.5 mph. Optional stop around midpoint of ride at Cousin's Bakery & Deli in Wingdale. Please plan to arrive by 5:45 pm for safety talk and ready to roll at 6 pm. No cue sheet. Safety conscious and courteous riders are a must! Please check tires/equipment before ride, bring ID, helmets, inner tubes, water/energy drinks, No headphones. Rain or very wet roads cancels. Good Cheer is required! Contact# 845-206-3735 Sign In

Wednesday, July 15

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  • 6:00pm
  • All
  • 14-30
  • Dennis Gaylin
  • 914-588-3742
  •  
  • Wednesday Night All Ride at the Griff
Come out for this popular self-led ride. Choose from a tame 14 miles to 30 miles with a number of challenging climbs. For those riding at a B- thru D level, please indicate what pace and distance you will be riding at...I think this may increase participation and the likelihood that you will have company throughout the ride. After, join us for food and drinks at the Griff. Please bring CASH as we SPLIT the bill. Helmets and spare tube a must. Lights are recommended. I will be in the lot early for those that are new to the ride and have questions. Be sure to sign up before 5:50 as I plan on riding out promptly at 6:00. If you are late you are on your own. Print a cue sheet,I will not have copies. 14 miles - Sign In 25 miles -Sign In this includes a bailout option for 22 miles and avoids the climb up John St. 30 miles - Sign In for those who want more suffering. Sign Up For This Ride

Thursday, July 16

The whole enchilada! We ride up to Rt 35 and back on Rt 124. The hardest and best ride of the season. Back by dark, but bring a light. Ride leaves promptly. Sunset: 8:25pm.
ombination of low traffic country roads and Dutchess bike trail. C/C+ pace depending on group, no one is dropped. NO cue sheet needed, route will change each week. After the ride, ride leader will supply food and beverages to all who want to stay a while. Cell, after 10AM only, 914-403-1506.

Saturday, July 18

Climb the Appalachian and Middlebury gaps - each about 1,700 feet of climbing. It's on the bucket list of many East Coast cyclists. After riding Saturday, we gather late in the afternoon at Lareau’s swimming hole, on the Winooski River, to jump off the rocks, cool off in the crystal-clear stream, and just hang out on the beach. Non-riders can kayak the Winooski, hike the Green Mountains, or just relax in the alpine summer air. Saturday evening cocktails and dinner are on the deck at MRG’s General Stark’s Pub – under the stars, at 1,800 feet.
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  • 9:00am
  • B
  • 45
  • David Wilson
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  • To Sugarbush and Duxbury Hill - Bike It if You Can
up to Sugarbush, down into Warren, across the ridge to Waitsfield, up to the Red Rooster for lunch and back over Duxbury Hill. After riding Saturday, we gather late in the afternoon at Lareau’s swimming hole, on the Winooski River, to jump off the rocks, cool off in the crystal-clear stream, and just hang out on the beach. Non-riders can kayak the Winooski, hike the Green Mountains, or just relax in the alpine summer air. Saturday evening cocktails and dinner are on the deck at MRG’s General Stark’s Pub – under the stars, at 1,800 feet.
This 69 mile ride begins in New Paltz, NY, and travels over 2 mountain passes in the Gunks, with 4483 feet of climbing. This is similar to the ride I led last fall, however I’ve modified the route to omit the assent up Mohonk Mountain, this should make the route easier to tolerate. Most of the route consists of traffic free country back roads. Expect about 65 feet per mile of climbing. This ride is suitable for B riders, however I will be posting at a B- pace, anyone that can ride 14 mph or more won’t be dropped. The official food stop will be Stewarts Shop in Ellenville, at the 35 mile mark; however I also have 4 other rest stops available if necessary. Link to Ride with GPS: Sign In. Cue sheets to come. As usual, inclement weather (40 percent chance of showers) cancels the ride. Helmets are required, no headphones, please check your tires and equipment carefully to avoid mechanical problems, and bring 2 spare tubes, food and water.
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  • 9:00am
  • C
  • 25
  • David Wilson
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  • Covered Bridge - Bike It If You Can
A mellow ride down into East Warren, then up onto the ridge and down across the Covered Bridge into Waitsfield.