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Ride Schedule 2014 Holiday Party
2014 Holiday Party

Ride Schedule

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Saturday, November 1

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  • 10:00am
  • B-
  • 52
  • David Hathaway
  • 914-574-7108
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  • David's Freedom from Capitivity Ride
I'm celebrating my freedom from house arrest by posting this ride on familiar Westchester and Greenwich country roads. Expect 50 miles and 2755 feet of climbing. I will be riding at a B- pace, anyone that can ride 14 mph or more wont be dropped. The official food stop will be Finch's Country Store in Banksville at the 27 mile mark. Link to Ride with GPS: Sign In I will bring cue sheets to the ride start. 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.
There will be plenty of water views (Titicus, Saugatuck, and a bunch of smaller lakes and ponds ), plenty of quiet shady roads, and plenty of climbing too (mostly short though). Lunch comes relatively late at mile ~30 in Georgetown. Pace should be 13-14 MPH to account for the climbing. Starting a little later to let it warm up. Please be arrive by 9:45 for safety talk. Sign In

Sunday, November 2

Ride to Salinger's orchard with a fair number of climbs. It'll be chilly (but hopefully sunny), no all-out hammering up the hills; rolling regroups where needed. Fast B+ riders should feel encouraged to join, real A riders will be bored. Note the it's-cold-but-still-leaving-before-10 start time; stop is Salinger's. Sign In
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  • 9:45am
  • B
  • 50
  • J Behrens
  • 917-282-0333
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  • Salinger's Orchard
Ride to Salinger's Orchard - a flatter, faster route than Bjoern's. First group to the orchard buys the next one donuts ;) It'll be in the low 40s and very windy, so bundle up. We will try to keep the pace steady to stay warm. We will likely break up into a fast B (16- 17 pace) and slower B (14- 15 pace) to avoid regrouping in the cold. Nobody actually sets their clocks back anymore right? In any case, we gain an hour so be ready to roll at 9:45. Load the route or print the cue sheet please. Sign In Starts at Millwood A & P

Saturday, November 8

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  • 9:30am
  • A-
  • 66-76
  • Eric Torres
  • 917-215-4764
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  • Alices Ride with options
Traditional "Alices route" with option to add a few miles on the north end of the route (if weather permits). This will include a beautiful climb up around the Stockbridge Bowl. Same rest stop as the rest of the gang....And return is on the traditional route. More details to follow. Sign In
Our traditional pre-Thanksgiving ride from Salisbury CT., to Stockbridge MA, through the Berkshires, with a lunch stop at the midway point. More details to follow. Sign In
  •  
  • 9:30am
  • B
  • 66
  • J Behrens
  • 917-282-0333
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  • Alice's Restaurant
Our traditional pre-Thanksgiving ride from Salisbury CT., to Stockbridge MA, through the Berkshires, with a lunch stop at the midway point. More details to follow. Sign In
Our traditional pre-Thanksgiving ride from Salisbury CT., to Stockbridge MA, through the Berkshires, with a lunch stop at the midway point. More details to follow. Sign In
Our traditional pre-Thanksgiving ride from Salisbury CT., to Stockbridge MA, through the Berkshires, with a lunch stop at the midway point. More details, including route, to follow.
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  • 9:30am
  • C
  • 50-66
  • Leaderless
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  • Alice's Restaurant
Our traditional pre-Thanksgiving ride from Salisbury CT., to Stockbridge MA, through the Berkshires, with a lunch stop at the midway point. More details, including route, to follow.

Saturday, November 22

longer, more challenging route lead by Victor- stay tuned.
Ride with recovery beverages (and cake) at our place afterwards. All levels of B welcome. We will spit up into pace groups in order to ride steady and avoid stopping in the cold. Bring food to eat on the bike, as we will not have any planned stops mid ride. Sign In (Other levels welcome to ride and brunch- use/adapt this route or see routes from old Cinco de Velo rides out of Mariondale)

Sunday, November 23

Expect an average pace of 17 to 17.5 mph. We're in that time of year where the weather is colder and the rides are shorter to avoid lengthy rest stops and the cold that follows when restarting. So we will do this 46 mile route without a rest stop but with 2 or 3 re-groups or nature breaks as necessary. Up Sarles from Armonk>Pinesbridge to Rt 100> through Teatown> over the dam> Huntersbridge to Yorktown back to Armonk by 128. Possible rest stop at Panera in Yorktown. Mostly rolling with a few climbs. (71 feet of ascent/mile). Helmets a must. No headphones. Bring Spare tubes, a pump or CO2 cartridges, liquids, gels, power bars,and good cheer. Sign In

Saturday, November 29

Turkey Jon is back in town! A spin to work off the week's indulgences is in order (but don't drop the turkey). Ride will be followed by further indulgences at Victor's Bistro & Bike Shop. Sign In