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moderated Re: SHORT NOTICE RIDE, Saturday, June 9 - Donald Duck Day

Julie Fuller
 

I’m joining. Anyone else dressing up as Donald Duck?


On Jun 8, 2018, at 5:09 PM, Randy Fewel <jailteacher@...> wrote:

I’m joining you. 

Randy

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Cindy M
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2018 4:33 PM
To: info@ffbc.groups.io
Subject: [ffbc] SHORT NOTICE RIDE, Saturday, June 9 - Donald Duck Day

 

Sat. June 9, 9:00AM

South Bay Loop Thru Santa Clara

26 miles, 1 (300’), T

Start location: McCarthy Ranch Shopping Center parking lot, by Starbucks, 127 Ranch Dr, Milpitas.

 

Join me, on a flat easy loop into the South Bay this Saturday.  Yes, it's the same route I offered a few weekends ago! The difference, though, is that it is National Donald Duck day and, if that isn't memorable enough, it looks like it will be a beautiful day in June. We’ll start in Milpitas and use the Guadalupe Creek and San Tomas Creek Bike Trails.  We will stop for coffee and goodies at City Lights Espresso, in Santa Clara, around mile 16.0. In the words of Donald Duck, "oh boy, oh boy, oh boy!"  Check out the route at: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27734383.  No drops.  Faster riders welcome to go ahead.  Extreme weather will cancel the ride.  Changes will be announced on FFBC iGroup site or call/text/email me directly. Route sheet is attached to this message.

Cindy Maxwell 408-506-6860  cindy.maxwell01@...


moderated Re: SHORT NOTICE RIDE, Saturday, June 9 - Donald Duck Day

Randy Fewel
 

I’m joining you. 

Randy

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Cindy M
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2018 4:33 PM
To: info@ffbc.groups.io
Subject: [ffbc] SHORT NOTICE RIDE, Saturday, June 9 - Donald Duck Day

 

Sat. June 9, 9:00AM

South Bay Loop Thru Santa Clara

26 miles, 1 (300’), T

Start location: McCarthy Ranch Shopping Center parking lot, by Starbucks, 127 Ranch Dr, Milpitas.

 

Join me, on a flat easy loop into the South Bay this Saturday.  Yes, it's the same route I offered a few weekends ago! The difference, though, is that it is National Donald Duck day and, if that isn't memorable enough, it looks like it will be a beautiful day in June. We’ll start in Milpitas and use the Guadalupe Creek and San Tomas Creek Bike Trails.  We will stop for coffee and goodies at City Lights Espresso, in Santa Clara, around mile 16.0. In the words of Donald Duck, "oh boy, oh boy, oh boy!"  Check out the route at: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27734383.  No drops.  Faster riders welcome to go ahead.  Extreme weather will cancel the ride.  Changes will be announced on FFBC iGroup site or call/text/email me directly. Route sheet is attached to this message.

Cindy Maxwell 408-506-6860  cindy.maxwell01@...


moderated Cindy - delete this email!

Lori Sommer
 

Hello Everyone except Cindy,

Plans are coming together for Cindy's Bon Voyage Ride and Potluck.  

Julie Fuller, aka The Other Julie, is creating a book for Cindy.  We need you to participate even if you can't attend the celebration.  If you know Cindy and want to thank and or wish her well please write something up.  We are looking for short or long stories or just thank you notes AND a picture or two.  Please copy me (lorimsommer@...) and Julie (luv2hikejulie@...) on the email and sent it by next Tuesday, 6/12 at noon.  

Ken has come up with a route and Randy and Becky are planning a fun and appropriate cake decoration.  If you have something special you'd like to do let me know.  Please look for the card and donation envelope next Thursday (Randy will have it in my absence) and this Sunday on the Sunday Social which I plan to join.

Don't forget to signup for the potluck using this link (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WSdxjRsTRRWvvpyzGONLN5K-iH-ZinYI1pswM3nxQeU/edit?usp=sharing) or just send me an email and I will add it.

Thanks so much for your help in giving Cindy a great sendoff!

Lori Sommer


moderated Show and Go - M Paced Sat 6/9

mbrasseur00
 

Louis and I will lead a Show and Go - M Pace to Purisima and Elena in Los Altos. Coffee break in Los Altos at Le Boulanger.

Meet you at Sprouts in Newark at 8:30am with wheels rolling at 8:45am.

Hope to see you there.

Mike and Louis


moderated SHORT NOTICE RIDE, Saturday, June 9 - Donald Duck Day

Cindy M
 

Sat. June 9, 9:00AM

South Bay Loop Thru Santa Clara

26 miles, 1 (300’), T

Start location: McCarthy Ranch Shopping Center parking lot, by Starbucks, 127 Ranch Dr, Milpitas.


Join me, on a flat easy loop into the South Bay this Saturday.  Yes, it's the same route I offered a few weekends ago! The difference, though, is that it is National Donald Duck day and, if that isn't memorable enough, it looks like it will be a beautiful day in June. We’ll start in Milpitas and use the Guadalupe Creek and San Tomas Creek Bike Trails.  We will stop for coffee and goodies at City Lights Espresso, in Santa Clara, around mile 16.0. In the words of Donald Duck, "oh boy, oh boy, oh boy!"  Check out the route at: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27734383.  No drops.  Faster riders welcome to go ahead.  Extreme weather will cancel the ride.  Changes will be announced on FFBC iGroup site or call/text/email me directly. Route sheet is attached to this message.

Cindy Maxwell 408-506-6860  cindy.maxwell01@...


moderated Saturday Tour de Fremont Hills

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

The June 9th Saturday Tour de Fremont Hills ride is cancelled due to the lack of a ride leader.  I apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.  

Dennis Dong 
Ride Coordinator


moderated Sat. 6/2, 1st Saturday of the Month/Calaveras Clockwise ride - Moderate

Donna Luporini Kaplan
 

Good morning, FFBC!

 

Tomorrow is the 1st Saturday of the Month/Calaveras Clockwise ride.  We will be heading out to Alum Rock Park again, because Calaveras is still closed.  I hope you can join us!

 

Donna

 

………………………………………………

Calaveras Clockwise

When:    Sat, June 2, 8:30am – 1:00pm

Where:   Downtown Niles parking lot across from H St at Niles Blvd (map)

Description:   Length: 46 miles; Elevation: 2117 feet

Terrain: 3; Pace: M, B

Meet at 8:30 for an 8:45 start. This is our traditional "1st Saturday of the Month" ride. However, due to the closure of Calaveras Road, we will ride to Alum Rock Park instead. The route will still bring us out into Milpitas and we will still return via a route that stays close to the hills. Bring $$ for a coffee stop at Noah's/Starbucks in Milpitas. Rain or serious threat of rain cancels.

RideWithGPS URL: 
 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/19255990

Donna Kaplan: 
luporini@...(415) 584-7621

 


moderated Re: Dangerous pavement on Skyline Blvd Oakland

Nick Laszlo
 

You pretty much echoed what I said, Vanessa.  Road conditions can change from day-to-day, e.g. erosion and seismic activity, and other factors, such as what I experienced today on my solo ride.  I was riding south on Fremont Blvd and local utility crews did a crap job filling in the square hole they had cut in the bike lane, which turned the raised repaired asphalt into a launch ramp for my bike.  I had to bunny-hop over it.  Strava says that I have ridden this rode 108 times.  Each time it was in some way different from the time before.  The message therefore is: “assume nothing”, “expect anything”, “be prepared for everything”.  Which does not mean riding in a state of paranoia.  It means riding in a cautious heightened state of alertness at all times, IMHO.

Nevertheless, I reiterate, some roads are much less likely to turn from acceptable to life-threatening from one day to the next.  The roads that we rode on the Tuesday “moderate” ride were not amongst those roads.  That’s the only point that I was trying to make politely in my response to Julie’s thoughtful email.

Nick


On May 31, 2018, at 1:50 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Just my 2 cents to the conversation. Road conditions change constantly and there’s really little way for cyclists (riders or leaders) to keep up to date with all the pot holes. Paying close attention to the road ahead and watching your speed, especially on unfamiliar roads, are your best bets for staying safe. Posting to the FFBC group to warn others is icing on the cake. Thanks Julie. 

V.

P.s.
As an example of how quickly things change, I rode Skyline a few weeks ago and it was fine modulo the usual potholes at the end of Skyline. 

On May 31, 2018, at 4:13 PM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

Nick - we need more ride leaders! Love to have you volunteer ☺️
Ride leaders select or create the routes so that’s the best way to make sure you,  as part of FFBC group, get to ride what you’d like to ride!!
it’s hard to be prescient about every road we ride - as you noted, California roads in general are in far worse shape than any non-California roads. 
I wish we could transport outside California each week to ride!

Julie

On May 31, 2018, at 7:27 AM, Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:

Good call sending out this email, Julie!  My life definitely flashed before my eyes more than once on Tuesday, and my front wheel had to be retrued after that ride, so that’s not exactly my definition of a “fun ride”.  I suggest we should be a bit more selective when choosing our routes in the future.  Our #1 priority should always be to stay upright when we ride.  I think that the big guy upstairs was looking after us all on Tuesday, but we shouldn’t push our luck.  Broken bones don’t heal so quick at our age! 😉

Cheers,

Nick

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On May 31, 2018, at 5:55 AM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

All - just a heads up that the Tuesday ride group noted significant pot holes on the southbound direction at the descent to the stoplight of Skyline and Joaquin Miller. This is the stoplight at which one makes a left turn to go to Redwood Road.
Fortunately we were riding northbound but the holes were large enough we all noted them. While they were circled with white paint, possibly to mark for repair, I doubt a descending bicyclist would see them in sufficient time to avoid as they are in the shade.
Northbound had holes also in shaded sections but not as extensive and we were ascending so more time to react. Most of us still hit a few though. Luckily no mishaps.
Be careful out there.
Julie




moderated Re: Dangerous pavement on Skyline Blvd Oakland

Vanessa McDonnell
 

Just my 2 cents to the conversation. Road conditions change constantly and there’s really little way for cyclists (riders or leaders) to keep up to date with all the pot holes. Paying close attention to the road ahead and watching your speed, especially on unfamiliar roads, are your best bets for staying safe. Posting to the FFBC group to warn others is icing on the cake. Thanks Julie. 

V.

P.s.
As an example of how quickly things change, I rode Skyline a few weeks ago and it was fine modulo the usual potholes at the end of Skyline. 

On May 31, 2018, at 4:13 PM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

Nick - we need more ride leaders! Love to have you volunteer ☺️
Ride leaders select or create the routes so that’s the best way to make sure you,  as part of FFBC group, get to ride what you’d like to ride!!
it’s hard to be prescient about every road we ride - as you noted, California roads in general are in far worse shape than any non-California roads. 
I wish we could transport outside California each week to ride!

Julie

On May 31, 2018, at 7:27 AM, Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:

Good call sending out this email, Julie!  My life definitely flashed before my eyes more than once on Tuesday, and my front wheel had to be retrued after that ride, so that’s not exactly my definition of a “fun ride”.  I suggest we should be a bit more selective when choosing our routes in the future.  Our #1 priority should always be to stay upright when we ride.  I think that the big guy upstairs was looking after us all on Tuesday, but we shouldn’t push our luck.  Broken bones don’t heal so quick at our age! 😉

Cheers,

Nick

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On May 31, 2018, at 5:55 AM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

All - just a heads up that the Tuesday ride group noted significant pot holes on the southbound direction at the descent to the stoplight of Skyline and Joaquin Miller. This is the stoplight at which one makes a left turn to go to Redwood Road.
Fortunately we were riding northbound but the holes were large enough we all noted them. While they were circled with white paint, possibly to mark for repair, I doubt a descending bicyclist would see them in sufficient time to avoid as they are in the shade.
Northbound had holes also in shaded sections but not as extensive and we were ascending so more time to react. Most of us still hit a few though. Luckily no mishaps.
Be careful out there.
Julie




moderated Re: Dangerous pavement on Skyline Blvd Oakland

Nick Laszlo
 

I’ll have to give this some thought, Julie.  In spite of being a relatively new member of FFBC, I have in fact lived in Fremont for nearly 2 years now and know of some safe & interesting routes that I have done dozens of times and have never spotted you guys, so I might be able to come up with something new.  I just need some time to come up with something good.  You’re right in that many  Bay Area roads are indeed utter crap (I have a titanium plate on my left collarbone as proof of that) but the danger of crashing can be lessened greatly through avoidance of the most egregious roads, which unfortunately can change dramatically from one week to the next because of erosion and seismic influences.  

No place in the world is a perfect panacea for cycling (south of France comes close).  We for instance have great weather compared to most of the world, but not such good roads.  Other places have great roads, but you can only ride on them safely 6 months out of the year because of harsh weather.  It’s a mixed bag.  One of the things that I look for riding in the Bay Area on a beautiful day like Tuesday is that if I notice a glaring scarcity of hardcore cyclists on the road that I’m on (other than the group I’m riding with), that’s always a red flag for me!

Let’s see what I come up with.  My big problem with being group leader is that I’m lousy with directions, but I guess there’s a solution for that too.  I could ride with GPS and a single earbud in one ear, that way I wouldn’t have to take my eyes off the “obstacle course” that I’m riding on.  Route sheets are useless for me because I’m extremely far-sighted!

See you guys next week.  By the way, except for when we’re riding on lousy roads, I really enjoy riding with FFBC.  You guys are one of the most pleasant clubs I’ve ever ridden with.  You’re good people! 😃

Nick


On May 31, 2018, at 1:13 PM, Julie Gilson <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

Nick - we need more ride leaders! Love to have you volunteer ☺️
Ride leaders select or create the routes so that’s the best way to make sure you,  as part of FFBC group, get to ride what you’d like to ride!!
it’s hard to be prescient about every road we ride - as you noted, California roads in general are in far worse shape than any non-California roads. 
I wish we could transport outside California each week to ride!

Julie

On May 31, 2018, at 7:27 AM, Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:

Good call sending out this email, Julie!  My life definitely flashed before my eyes more than once on Tuesday, and my front wheel had to be retrued after that ride, so that’s not exactly my definition of a “fun ride”.  I suggest we should be a bit more selective when choosing our routes in the future.  Our #1 priority should always be to stay upright when we ride.  I think that the big guy upstairs was looking after us all on Tuesday, but we shouldn’t push our luck.  Broken bones don’t heal so quick at our age! 😉

Cheers,

Nick



On May 31, 2018, at 5:55 AM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

All - just a heads up that the Tuesday ride group noted significant pot holes on the southbound direction at the descent to the stoplight of Skyline and Joaquin Miller. This is the stoplight at which one makes a left turn to go to Redwood Road.
Fortunately we were riding northbound but the holes were large enough we all noted them. While they were circled with white paint, possibly to mark for repair, I doubt a descending bicyclist would see them in sufficient time to avoid as they are in the shade.
Northbound had holes also in shaded sections but not as extensive and we were ascending so more time to react. Most of us still hit a few though. Luckily no mishaps.
Be careful out there.
Julie




moderated Re: Dangerous pavement on Skyline Blvd Oakland

Yahoo-Julie
 

Nick - we need more ride leaders! Love to have you volunteer ☺️
Ride leaders select or create the routes so that’s the best way to make sure you,  as part of FFBC group, get to ride what you’d like to ride!!
it’s hard to be prescient about every road we ride - as you noted, California roads in general are in far worse shape than any non-California roads. 
I wish we could transport outside California each week to ride!

Julie

On May 31, 2018, at 7:27 AM, Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:

Good call sending out this email, Julie!  My life definitely flashed before my eyes more than once on Tuesday, and my front wheel had to be retrued after that ride, so that’s not exactly my definition of a “fun ride”.  I suggest we should be a bit more selective when choosing our routes in the future.  Our #1 priority should always be to stay upright when we ride.  I think that the big guy upstairs was looking after us all on Tuesday, but we shouldn’t push our luck.  Broken bones don’t heal so quick at our age! 😉

Cheers,

Nick



On May 31, 2018, at 5:55 AM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

All - just a heads up that the Tuesday ride group noted significant pot holes on the southbound direction at the descent to the stoplight of Skyline and Joaquin Miller. This is the stoplight at which one makes a left turn to go to Redwood Road.
Fortunately we were riding northbound but the holes were large enough we all noted them. While they were circled with white paint, possibly to mark for repair, I doubt a descending bicyclist would see them in sufficient time to avoid as they are in the shade.
Northbound had holes also in shaded sections but not as extensive and we were ascending so more time to react. Most of us still hit a few though. Luckily no mishaps.
Be careful out there.
Julie




moderated Re: Dangerous pavement on Skyline Blvd Oakland

Nick Laszlo
 

Good call sending out this email, Julie!  My life definitely flashed before my eyes more than once on Tuesday, and my front wheel had to be retrued after that ride, so that’s not exactly my definition of a “fun ride”.  I suggest we should be a bit more selective when choosing our routes in the future.  Our #1 priority should always be to stay upright when we ride.  I think that the big guy upstairs was looking after us all on Tuesday, but we shouldn’t push our luck.  Broken bones don’t heal so quick at our age! 😉

Cheers,

Nick

image1.jpeg

On May 31, 2018, at 5:55 AM, Yahoo-Julie via Groups.Io <jmgilson1@...> wrote:

All - just a heads up that the Tuesday ride group noted significant pot holes on the southbound direction at the descent to the stoplight of Skyline and Joaquin Miller. This is the stoplight at which one makes a left turn to go to Redwood Road.
Fortunately we were riding northbound but the holes were large enough we all noted them. While they were circled with white paint, possibly to mark for repair, I doubt a descending bicyclist would see them in sufficient time to avoid as they are in the shade.
Northbound had holes also in shaded sections but not as extensive and we were ascending so more time to react. Most of us still hit a few though. Luckily no mishaps.
Be careful out there.
Julie




moderated Re: Nikki Grimes email?

mdavis94536
 

Yup, probably more current than the one I gave.  I haven't been in touch with Nikki for years; I just happened to have something different from the one Garry posted.

On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 6:34 AM, Ken Goldman <ken.goldman@...> wrote:
Garry,

I think this is more current:

no.1cyclingdiva@...

Ken


On May 30, 2018, at 10:32 PM, Garry Birch via Groups.Io <garry_b94568=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Can anyone help with the above? The launchnet address i have bounced.

Garry




--
Mark


moderated Re: Nikki Grimes email?

Dale Blanchard
 

That’s the address I have too. 

db


On May 31, 2018, at 06:34, Ken Goldman <ken.goldman@...> wrote:

Garry,

I think this is more current:

no.1cyclingdiva@...

Ken


On May 30, 2018, at 10:32 PM, Garry Birch via Groups.Io <garry_b94568@...> wrote:

Can anyone help with the above? The launchnet address i have bounced.

Garry


moderated Re: Nikki Grimes email?

Ken Goldman
 

Garry,

I think this is more current:

On May 30, 2018, at 10:32 PM, Garry Birch via Groups.Io <garry_b94568@...> wrote:

Can anyone help with the above? The launchnet address i have bounced.

Garry


moderated Dangerous pavement on Skyline Blvd Oakland

Yahoo-Julie
 

All - just a heads up that the Tuesday ride group noted significant pot holes on the southbound direction at the descent to the stoplight of Skyline and Joaquin Miller. This is the stoplight at which one makes a left turn to go to Redwood Road.
Fortunately we were riding northbound but the holes were large enough we all noted them. While they were circled with white paint, possibly to mark for repair, I doubt a descending bicyclist would see them in sufficient time to avoid as they are in the shade.
Northbound had holes also in shaded sections but not as extensive and we were ascending so more time to react. Most of us still hit a few though. Luckily no mishaps.
Be careful out there.
Julie


moderated Re: Nikki Grimes email?

Garry Birch
 

Thanks Mark

G.



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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From: Mark Davis <mark@...>
Date: 30/05/2018 22:40 (GMT-08:00)
To: Garry Birch <garry_b94568@...>
Cc: Ffbc Groups Info <info@ffbc.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ffbc] Nikki Grimes email?

I have ngrimes@....

On Wed, May 30, 2018 at 10:32 PM, Garry Birch via Groups.Io <garry_b94568@...> wrote:
Can anyone help with the above? The launchnet address i have bounced.

Garry




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Mark


moderated Re: Nikki Grimes email?

mdavis94536
 

I have ngrimes@....

On Wed, May 30, 2018 at 10:32 PM, Garry Birch via Groups.Io <garry_b94568@...> wrote:
Can anyone help with the above? The launchnet address i have bounced.

Garry




--
Mark


moderated Nikki Grimes email?

Garry Birch
 

Can anyone help with the above? The launchnet address i have bounced.

Garry


moderated CONFUSED about the start time tomorrow?

Lori Sommer
 

​Hello Thursday Riders,

Someone let me know they were a bit confused about the start time because it says 10:00am meeting at Fremont BART station.  SORRY!

Looking at the posting for tomorrow's Treasure Island Ride - there are a different times depending on how you are arriving.  Most people are meeting at Fremont BART and the two trains leave at 9:​03 and 9:18.  Some are driving or taking BART from different locations.  The ride "officially" meets at the Ashby BART Station in Berkeley at 10:00AM.  We will pick up riders across from IKEA about 10:35.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Lori

Thursday, May 31
10:00am
 
WhenThu, May 31, 10am – 2pm
Where9:00AM at Fremont BART Station, Fremont, CA 94536, USA (map) or 
10:00AM Ashby BART Station, 3100 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA 94703 or10:35 Trail across from IKEA, 4400 Shellmound St, Emeryville, CA 94608
DescriptionLength: 20 miles;
Elevation: 650 feet;

Terrain: 2,3 Pace: T,M

Join us as we search for adventure on Treasure Island! The first part of our adventure will be taking all the bikes on BART; please spread out into different cars and don't forget your Clipper Card if you have one. There are two Richmond bound trains from Fremont, the first leaves at 9:03AM and the second at 9:18AM. Ken will be on the first train that arrives at Ashby Station at 9:49AM and I will be on the second arriving at 10:04AM. Everyone will gather at the Ashby BART station in Berkeley, 10:00AM on the West side (toward the parking lot), rolling about 10:20AM. If anyone wants to drive, please park near the Ashby BART station and join us there or meet us ACROSS THE STREET from IKEA at the trailhead, which is well marked and very obvious.

We will be coming down Shellmound St. and turning onto the trail about 10:35-10:45. It will be too congested to sign people in right there, so we will do that at the first regroup at the porta-potties before we climb the bridge. At the top of the bridge, there is a beautiful new vista point (mile 7.2, porta-potties) where we will have a long regroup and take some pictures. There is a short pitchy part up to the top of Yerba Buena before descending down onto Treasure Island.

 We will ride around Treasure Island, take pictures and hopefully stop for a quick cup of coffee at Mersea (http://www.mersea.restaurant) and enjoy the view of San Francisco. After coffee we will climb back up to Yerba Buena, descend the Bay Bridge and lunch at the Public Market in Emeryville.(http://publicmarketemeryville.com/directory/) and then take BART home from the Ashby Station.

Lunch probably won't be until 12:30PM or 1:00PM. This is a leisurely ride with lots of stopping to look at the sights and take pictures. We will stay together, no route sheet will be provided but you can print the ridewithgps route sheet we will send out via email and Dale will be sweeping with his array (hoard) of GPSes (and yes, I had to look up the plural of GPS).

RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27647778

Ken Goldman ken.goldman@comcast.net 510-378-5027
Dale Blanchard dale-b@comcast.net 510-703-7474
Lori Sommer lorimsommer@gmail.com 510-693-8624

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