Upcoming Rides

  • Tuesday, October 3, 2023
    • 10A
      Goldens Gravel & Delancy

      I'm a little tight on time, but I would love to ride. Join me on this short but sweet loop.

      Please arrive by 9:45 for a prompt 10:00 rollout. Helmets and hydration are a must.

    • 5P
      Tuesday Night Training Ride*
      Bruce Wells
      Rt 22 route. Can you survive the climbs on Rt 22 immediately after the long climb up Rt 172? Back by dark, but bring a light. Ride leaves promptly. Sunset: 6:37pm *Unaffiliated Ride
      Start: Waller Ave. Parking Lot, White Plains

    • 5P
      WAG, don't work late
      Robert Blinken

      Weather is too nice to work late.

      Bike w daytime lights, water.

    • 9:30A
      Hills & Farms
      Bill Berkowsky

      This is a scenic and moderately hilly ride thru the farmlands of Dutchess County. Rest stop are scarce on this route. Please plan accordingly.

      Breaks include: Big Rock Market in Stanfordville; mile marker 25.2. Valero Gas – mile marker 51.5.

      Park across from Post Office on Century Blvd, Millerton, NY.

      We roll at 9:30. Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes beforehand to prep and for a safety talk. Bring the usual including spare tubes, food, 2 bottles of fluid, etc. Make sure your bike is in good working order including proper air pressure, condition of tires, and a clean & lubricated chain.

    • 9A
      Glenville to La Rocca's
      Jayne Peister

      I'm cloning Marcel's ride so everyone can enjoy the beautiful day! : ) We'll go at a faster pace and can divvy up at 8:45am prior to the ride. Our stop will be at mile 18 at La Rocca's. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone and enjoying a great ride!



    • 9A
      Glenville to La Rocca's
      Marcel Margulies

      It may be raining cats and dogs today, but I promise the sun will shine brightly on Tuesday! Come and join me on a beautiful fall/indian summer ride. Of course, we'll break at La Rocca's. Bring the ususal and a big smile. Hope to see you!

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2023
    • 9A
      Eric Torres

      With what could possibly be one of the last 70+ degree weeks for a while, come on out to get the climbing legs going. Route heads to Dennytown Rd, with several smaller climbs beforehand,. Elevation for the route is approximately 4700ft (84 ft per mile). Pace likely to be at the low end of the B+ range, with occasional slow rolling to regroup, and we will break at mile 39, at Boyds Deli.

    • 9:30A
      Glenville to GPP
      Ellen Katz

      Let's go to the Sound on what looks like a perfect day for riding. Here's a fun route with good roads including some of my favorites -- Hunting Ridge, Stag, and Cat Rock. We'll travel together and enjoy one of the last warm days this fall. The route takes us through GPP but I don't think we're allowed in until the end of October. We can try. If we don't get in, the total mileage will be around 34. We'll take a break in Old Greenwich wherever you like. As always, download the route or print your own cue sheet. Arrive early. Safety briefing begins at 9:25.

      I hope to see you then.

  • Thursday, October 5, 2023
    • 9:30A
      47 for a 47 day (well actually a 76 day)
      Thomas Nee

      We did this ride on a 47F day in the middle of January! 47 miles with nearly 47 hundred feet of climbing. So now on a warmer day in October, we'll really cook through this ride! Maybe we can beat a January pace? What say? Come out and try.

      The climbing starts within 12 minutes of starting out of Thomas Boyce Park (park to the right near the buildings) with Duell Hollow and Tracy.

      On the list are Chapel Hill and Tower Hill. Then, up we go on Rooster Tail Hollow to Hine and Indian Trail. Bring your climbing gears...for sure. The downhills might be wickedly steep and loosely gravel covered. Bring tires that you feel will keep you upright.

      Food/Fuel stop at Sacred Grounds Coffee Roasters, Sherman CT at around 24.1 miles.

    • 4:45P
      Thursday Night Training Ride*
      Bruce Wells
      Rt 22 route. Can you survive the climbs on Rt 22 immediately after the long climb up Rt 172? Back by dark, but bring a light. Ride leaves promptly. Sunset: 6:34pm *Unaffiliated Ride
      Start: Waller Ave. Parking Lot, White Plains

    • 10A
      Apple Harvest, second attempt
      Andy Katell

      Let's enjoy the beautiful fall weather and scenery then relax at Harvest Moon orchard over hard cider, cider donuts, etc. Brief rest stop at 23.9 miles, Tazza in Katonah. Arrive at least 15 minutes prior.

    • 10A
      Mt Kisco to Pound Ridge and back
      Tom Sebastian

      From Mt Kisco to Pound Ridge and back via Bedford.

      Solid ride with hills throughout, close to 70 feet/mile of elevation. No scheduled food stop.

      Please load route into your device or bring cue sheet.

      My cell (914)393-0182

    • 10:30A
      Lake Mahopac and Boyds
      Candice O'Brien

      Hi Peeps,

      Looks to be a beautiful day to enjoy the warm weather and fall foliage.

      Please join me on this familiar ride around Lake Mahopac, and rollercoast on Wixon and Dixon .

      We will follow rt 301 up to Ninham, and loop around on Boyds, taking in the beautiful reservoir views.

      Rest stop is at George's in Carmel (mile 28).

      Please come prepared with all essentials, including tuned up bike and tires pumped. Also, download rwgps link or bring a cuesheet.

      AIS 10:30!!

      (Sorry for the later start!!!!)

  • Sunday, October 8, 2023
    • 9:30A
      West Cornwall Dirt
      Christine Schopen

      It's been a while since we've done my favorite gravel ride. Rest stop in Sheffield, MA at mile 23. There is about 2300' of climbing, not terrible for a gravel ride.

      Two gnarly climbs, I am not sure what shape they will be in but we will take it easy and regroup at the top.

      No dropping the ride leader please! My cell is: 914-907-7353.

      Arrive by 9:15 and be ready to ride.

    • 8:30A
      Bill Casill

      One of the best rides of the year. We will work together between climbs and regroup at the top. Break comes late at mile 55.

    • 8:30A
      Peekamoose Caboose
      Greg Sims

      Going to jump on Bill's wheel here and tagalong behind, keyword behind, him in the Catskills. Looks like a lovely route. We'll take a break late at mile 55 so bring enough fluids.

  • Tuesday, October 10, 2023
  • Wednesday, October 11, 2023
    • 10A
      Dutchess on a nice day: Amenia - Millerton - Pine Plains
      Larry Koved

      Scenic roads and historic villages. Note that the latter 16 miles of rolling hills climbing is about 77 ft of climbing per mile. We'll ride as a group. Most of the area doesn't have decent or any cell phone service. The break will be in Pine Plains, probably at The Moose is Loose. Short stops elsewhere as needed. Bring the usual - snacks/hydration, spare inner tubes, positive attitude, good spirits, etc. Please arrive before 9:45; safety talk at 9:55. AIS 10 am. Greater than 20% chance of rain/thunder storms may cancel. Though the forecast currently looks very good, on the chilly side.

      No dropping the ride leader! If you want a faster ride, post a separate ride!

      Post-ride pizza?

  • Thursday, October 12, 2023
  • Saturday, October 14, 2023
    • 8:30A
      Harvest Ride with SCBC
      Andy Katell

      As the leaves turn and wind blows, riders leaving from the Westport train station will head to Silverman's Farm on Sport Hill Rd. in Easton, CT, for its annual Fall Fest. Fall Fest is an annual tradition at Silverman's. Fall foliage sets the backdrop for colorful displays of "New England" squashes, gourds and Indian corn. Hay bales and cornstalks provide a vivid backdrop for photo opportunities and consumption of treats such as cider donuts and apples you can purchase from the farm's market. This autumn extravaganza features nice country roads leading to the farm. On the way, we'll stop to view the famous Banks North Halloween displays. If needed, another stop for bathrooms, drinks, etc can be made on the return. Get ready for some fall fun!

      Silverman's Farm is at 20.2 miles

      Additional rest stop is Lily's Market at 42 miles

      Banks North Rd for Halloween display viewing is at 50.5 miles

  • Sunday, October 15, 2023
    • 10A
      Riding Skills Workshop
      Bruce Wells

      This is a workshop for all level riders. New and old riders welcome!

      We will cover techniques to make you a safer, stronger, more confident rider. We will cover the following and more:

      • Slow riding
      • Starting
      • Stopping
      • Starting on a hill
      • Cornering
      • Spinning
      • Upper body technique
      • Riding a straight line
      • Dealing with cleats and clipless pedals
      • And more

      We will also be doing some advanced skills like jumping and picking up and placing water bottles. Sounds easy, but try it!

      Everything to help make you a better rider.

  • Tuesday, October 17, 2023
  • Thursday, October 19, 2023
  • Tuesday, October 24, 2023
  • Thursday, October 26, 2023

    * Unaffiliated ride. This ride is not affiliated with the Westchester Cycle Club, but listed as a courtesy to the local cycling community.

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