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moderated Re: SAVE the Date June 28 - Cindy's Farewell Ride/Potluck

Lori Sommer
 

Woo hoo!  That is great news Donna. 
Please let me know if you need a ride over. Also, please don’t worry about bringing anything for the potluck. 
We are looking forward to seeing you and are glad you are doing well. 

Lori

On Jun 12, 2018, at 1:11 PM, Donna <donnaboomershine@...> wrote:

Hi Lori and all,

Thank you for the recent card and well wishes from all of you. I so appreciated hearing from you. I am recovering very well from my hip fracture and surgery and hope to attend the farewell potluck for Cindy on the 28th.

Look forward to seeing you.

Best always,
Donna


On May 29, 2018, at 8:40 AM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:

Good Morning FFBC,

As many of you may have heard, our awesome friend and riding buddy is leaving for the bright lights and sounds of Las Vegas!  Well, she is moving to be closer to her future first grandchild so maybe a single nightlight and lullabies will be more appropriate.  Before she goes, let's get together for a Bon Voyage Ride/Potluck on Thursday, June 28th.

Please send me memories you have of Cindy and maybe a pic of you with her.  Maybe you just want to say thank you!  Please email me (with Cindy as the subject line) and we can put it all together as a going away gift to her.  If you'd like to make a small donation towards a gift please give it to me, Randy or Julie Fuller in an envelope.  I will also bring a card and donation envelope to the Thursday rides. 

Please fill out this google document (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WSdxjRsTRRWvvpyzGONLN5K-iH-ZinYI1pswM3nxQeU/edit?usp=sharing) or send me your potluck item and I can fill it in for you so we don't have 30 drinks and no food.  

Thanks so much!

Lori Sommer


Thursday, June 28
9:00am
 
WhenThu, June 28, 9am – 1pm
WhereLakeshore Park, Newark, CA 94560, USA (map)
DescriptionLength: 20
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

Cindy Maxwell, our longtime friend and ride leader is moving to Vegas in July!  Cindy came up with the idea of the LAP rides, was a Cinderella Ride Leader and always led interesting rides over the years to Rose Gardens, Labrynths, Pottery Shows and Chalk Art Shows.  We will miss her VERY much.  Come to the ride and the potluck to say goodbye. If you can't attend the ride and would just like to join the potluck that is fine too.

Let's give Cindy a good send off.  Please send me memories you have of Cindy and maybe a pic  of you with her.  Maybe you just want to say thank you!  Please email me (with Cindy as the subject line) and we can put it all together as a going away gift to her.  If you'd like to make a small donation towards a gift please give it to me, Randy or Julie in an envelope.  I will also bring a card and donation envelope to the Thursday rides. 

Please fill out this google document (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WSdxjRsTRRWvvpyzGONLN5K-iH-ZinYI1pswM3nxQeU/edit?usp=sharing) or send me your potluck item and I can fill it in for you so we don't have 30 drinks and no food. Thanks.

Meet at 9:00AM in Newark.  Please park on Channel Drive, the other side of the tennis courts or at Lakeshore Park.  We will start the ride from my house.  You can drop off your potluck item and use the restroom too.  Please text me for the address.  

Ken will come up with a route and lead the ride and Julie will sweep.  We will post it ahead of time so check back.  There won't be a mid-ride coffee stop so bring a snack.

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@gmail.com 510-693-8624

moderated Portola Loop CW Ride - M Pace

mbrasseur00
 

Louis and I will lead the Portola Loop CW ride this Saturday. Should be great weather and we hope you can join us.

Meet at Sprouts parking lot in Newark at 8:30am with wheels rolling at 8:45am.
~43 miles with ~1400 ft elevation
M Pace

Mike and Louis

moderated Short notice ride - Sat 6/23

mbrasseur00
 

Here is a Short Notice Ride for this Saturday, June 23rd.

Since there is no ride leader for the Calaveras CCW ride and it is supposed to be quite warm this Saturday, Louis and I are planning to ride across the bay to Los Altos with a coffee break at Le Boulanger on Main Street in Los Altos. 

M Pace ~43 miles, ~1600 ft of climbing

Here is the route:

Across the Dumbarton to the pedestrian Bridge over 101. 

Up Sand Hill, left onto Alpine. left on Arastradero to left onto Page Mill

Right on Arastradero, right on Purissima, right on Elena.

Left on Robleda, right on Chaplin to left on Burke to Main Street.

Then coffee at Le Boulanger on Main Street in Los Altos.

Head home by north on Foothill to Sand Hill and back over the pedestrian bridge and to the Dumbarton.


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


Hope to see you there,

Mike and Louis

moderated Re: Short notice ride - Sat 6/23

mbrasseur00
 

Ok, I just realized that Don has stepped up to lead the Calaveras CCW ride this Saturday the 23rd. Sorry Don, I did not see this til just now.

So now you have two good choices for this Saturday. 

Mike



On Jun 20, 2018, at 7:02 PM, mbrasseur00 via Groups.Io <mbrasseur00@...> wrote:

Here is a Short Notice Ride for this Saturday, June 23rd.

Since there is no ride leader for the Calaveras CCW ride and it is supposed to be quite warm this Saturday, Louis and I are planning to ride across the bay to Los Altos with a coffee break at Le Boulanger on Main Street in Los Altos. 

M Pace ~43 miles, ~1600 ft of climbing

Here is the route:

Across the Dumbarton to the pedestrian Bridge over 101. 

Up Sand Hill, left onto Alpine. left on Arastradero to left onto Page Mill

Right on Arastradero, right on Purissima, right on Elena.

Left on Robleda, right on Chaplin to left on Burke to Main Street.

Then coffee at Le Boulanger on Main Street in Los Altos.

Head home by north on Foothill to Sand Hill and back over the pedestrian bridge and to the Dumbarton.


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


Hope to see you there,

Mike and Louis


moderated Save the date! Mid-year Ride Leader Recognition Pizza Party

Dennis Dong
 

Save the date!  The ride leaders of 2018 (Jan-July) are invited to attend with a guest.  The mid-year Ride Leader Recognition Pizza Party will be held on Sunday, July 29th, at the Bronco Billy's Pizza Parlor.  Bronco Billy's is located at 41200 Blacow Rd in Fremont (Blacow and Grimmer).  Please RSVP.  

Thanks.
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator

moderated Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Ride

Lori Sommer
 

Hi,

I just got back from Seattle.  The ride starts from Sprouts at 9AM; we will be heading to Mission Coffee.  Come join me!

Lori

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26870011
Thursday, June 21
9:00am – 1:00pm
Monthly on the third Thursday, until Dec 19, 2019
Sprouts Farmers Market
6399 Jarvis Ave, Newark, CA 94560, USA
Description:Length: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

Meet at 9:00 for a 9:15 start.  Wear a FFBC club jersey and let's stay close to home. We will meet at Sprouts located in the former Raley's Shopping Center (6399 Jarvis Ave, Newark). 

We will mainly stay in Fremont but ride through Newark and sometimes Union City and Milpitas on occasion. Sometimes the climbing is optional. We always stop for coffee and riders are welcome to head back on their own if they know the way. Usually we ride without route sheets so we regroup as necessary and no one is left behind. Bring $ for lunch. 

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call! me!

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@... 510-693-8624
     

moderated Calaveras CCW ride - Sat 6/23

Fujino, Don H.
 

Hi all,

For the Saturday Calaveras CCW M-paced ride, we’ll go up the Wall and to the False Summit and back (~48 miles total and 3200’ climbing). Meet at Niles at 8:30, roll at 8:45. Coffee break at Noah’s/Starbucks.

 

See you Sat morning,

Don

 

=====================

Don Fujino

LLNL, WCI/DP Division

925-422-3373

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io <info@ffbc.groups.io> On Behalf Of mbrasseur00 via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 7:05 PM
To: Mike Brasseur <mbrasseur00@...>
Cc: info@ffbc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ffbc] Short notice ride - Sat 6/23

 

Ok, I just realized that Don has stepped up to lead the Calaveras CCW ride this Saturday the 23rd. Sorry Don, I did not see this til just now.

 

So now you have two good choices for this Saturday. 

 

Mike

 

 



On Jun 20, 2018, at 7:02 PM, mbrasseur00 via Groups.Io <mbrasseur00@...> wrote:

 

Here is a Short Notice Ride for this Saturday, June 23rd.

 

Since there is no ride leader for the Calaveras CCW ride and it is supposed to be quite warm this Saturday, Louis and I are planning to ride across the bay to Los Altos with a coffee break at Le Boulanger on Main Street in Los Altos. 


M Pace ~43 miles, ~1600 ft of climbing

Here is the route:

Across the Dumbarton to the pedestrian Bridge over 101. 

Up Sand Hill, left onto Alpine. left on Arastradero to left onto Page Mill

Right on Arastradero, right on Purissima, right on Elena.

Left on Robleda, right on Chaplin to left on Burke to Main Street.

Then coffee at Le Boulanger on Main Street in Los Altos.

Head home by north on Foothill to Sand Hill and back over the pedestrian bridge and to the Dumbarton.

 

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

 

Hope to see you there,

Mike and Louis

 

moderated July Ride Calendar

Dennis Dong
 

Greetings FFBC Members!  The July Ride Calendar will soon be upon us and it is almost completed.  I need ride leaders for the following July rides:

1)  SUNDAY, 7/29: Women’s Social Ride 

 

2)  MONDAY: MMRR

 

3)  SATURDAY:

      -  7/14: Sat Tour de Fremont Hills 

      -  7/28: Calaveras CCW 

Thanks,
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator

moderated LAST CALL - Cindy’s Ride And Potluck (Cindy delete this message)

Lori Sommer
 

FFBC Members (except for Cindy!),

Thursday is the Bon Voyage Ride and Potluck for Cindy.  There are 25 RSVP's so far on the Google document.  It isn't too late!  Please use this link (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WSdxjRsTRRWvvpyzGONLN5K-iH-ZinYI1pswM3nxQeU/edit?usp=sharing) to let me know you're coming and what you are bringing.  

You can text me before Wednesday at 5PM if you'd like to make a small donation towards a gift card and photo book.  I will add the money for you and then you can reimburse me at the potluck and sign the card.  Julie Fuller (luv2hikejulie@...) is putting together a photo book for Cindy as one of the gifts.  We wanted to include some ride and potluck pictures so it isn't too late to send your pictures and stories to Julie so they can be included in the book.   

There has been some confusion -the ride start and potluck is at my home not the park -  the ride listing states Lakeshore Park because I don't want to use my actual address.  Please text me if you need my address.  I live next to the park so you can park on my street, the other streets on the island or along Lake Blvd and ride over.

I will be in front of my house if you'd like to drop off your potluck item before going to look for parking.  Ride sign-in sheets will be on a table and the restroom will be available too.

I could use a couple of folding tables and extra chairs.  If you can bring some please let me know.

 If you want to come for the potluck and not the ride, plan for 11:30AM or so.  Wear a hat!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Lori Sommer



WhereLakeshore Park, Newark, CA 94560, USA (map)
DescriptionLength: 20
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

Cindy Maxwell, our longtime friend and ride leader is moving to Vegas in July!  Cindy came up with the idea of the LAP rides, was a Cinderella Ride Leader and always led interesting rides over the years to Rose Gardens, Labrynths, Pottery Shows and Chalk Art Shows.  We will miss her VERY much.  Come to the ride and the potluck to say goodbye. If you can't attend the ride and would just like to join the potluck that is fine too.

Let's give Cindy a good send off.  Please send me memories you have of Cindy and maybe a pic  of you with her.  Maybe you just want to say thank you!  Please email me (with Cindy as the subject line) and we can put it all together as a going away gift to her.  If you'd like to make a small donation towards a gift please give it to me, Randy or Julie in an envelope.  I will also bring a card and donation envelope to the Thursday rides. 

Please fill out this google document (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WSdxjRsTRRWvvpyzGONLN5K-iH-ZinYI1pswM3nxQeU/edit?usp=sharing) or send me your potluck item and I can fill it in for you so we don't have 30 drinks and no food. Thanks.

Meet at 9:00AM in Newark.  Please park on Channel Drive, the other side of the tennis courts or at Lakeshore Park.  We will start the ride from my house.  You can drop off your potluck item and use the restroom too.  Please text me for the address.  

Ken will come up with a route and lead the ride and Julie will sweep.  We will post it ahead of time so check back.  There won't be a mid-ride coffee stop so bring a snack.

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@gmail.com 510-693-8624
     

moderated Privacy settings on Strava...

Jay Gilson
 

Given the recent unfortunate event occurring to Jon Graff, I suggest that everyone posting rides on Strava review their individual privacy settings.  

I remembered reading that Strava had privacy zones.  So I checked it out and changed my privacy setting. 

Under Profile, Settings, Privacy, you can create a privacy zone round your home whereby Strava will not reflect the start or finish of a ride at your home.  Given we all ride bicycles that are near and dear to our hearts, keeping private the start location seems to be a good idea.  Lord knows, we don't want to provide a road map to where our bikes are stored to a would be thief.

If you have a question and cannot find where to make the change, please e-mail me and I will see if I can help.

Jay Gilson

moderated Re: Privacy settings on Strava...

Becky Smith
 

Thanks for sharing this info!

I also have a gps tracker installed on my bike.

Becky S.

On Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 20:58 Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Given the recent unfortunate event occurring to Jon Graff, I suggest that everyone posting rides on Strava review their individual privacy settings.  

I remembered reading that Strava had privacy zones.  So I checked it out and changed my privacy setting. 

Under Profile, Settings, Privacy, you can create a privacy zone round your home whereby Strava will not reflect the start or finish of a ride at your home.  Given we all ride bicycles that are near and dear to our hearts, keeping private the start location seems to be a good idea.  Lord knows, we don't want to provide a road map to where our bikes are stored to a would be thief.

If you have a question and cannot find where to make the change, please e-mail me and I will see if I can help.

Jay Gilson

moderated Re: Privacy settings on Strava...

Marie Hughes
 

I have a “Tile”. It’s for tracking your keys but I taped one under the bike seat. Since I had an extra one.

On Jun 27, 2018, at 3:31 PM, Becky Smith <metalcowgurl@...> wrote:

Thanks for sharing this info!

I also have a gps tracker installed on my bike.

Becky S.

On Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 20:58 Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Given the recent unfortunate event occurring to Jon Graff, I suggest that everyone posting rides on Strava review their individual privacy settings.  

I remembered reading that Strava had privacy zones.  So I checked it out and changed my privacy setting. 

Under Profile, Settings, Privacy, you can create a privacy zone round your home whereby Strava will not reflect the start or finish of a ride at your home.  Given we all ride bicycles that are near and dear to our hearts, keeping private the start location seems to be a good idea.  Lord knows, we don't want to provide a road map to where our bikes are stored to a would be thief.

If you have a question and cannot find where to make the change, please e-mail me and I will see if I can help.

Jay Gilson




moderated from Carolyn Jen on Tuesday Hill Ride

Amy
 

This is from Carolyn Jen, who was a visitor from out of state, on our Tuesday Hill ride to the False Summit on Calaveras a few weeks ago...Sounds like a fun time!  Contact her for more information.

Amy

from Carolyn Jen...

I am hosting a women’s bike clinic in Ashland, Oregon August 22-26th as part of my work to support women on bikes. I’ve got a team of pro coaches that are fantastic with recreational cyclists. If you or anyone you know might be interested, perhaps you can find a promo video and blog with all the details here, https://ridelikeagirlportland.co


moderated June Ride Calendar

Dennis Dong
 

Have a Happy 4th of July!  The July ride calendar is now finalized.  I still need ride leaders for the following rides:

Sunday
1)  7/29:  Women's Social

Saturday
1)  7/14: Tour de Fremont Hills
2)  7/28:  Calaveras CCW

If you can lead one of these rides, please let me know.  I'll be out of the area for the next 2 weeks but I'll update the calendar as best I can.

Thanks,
Dennis Dong

moderated Thank you to the BEST bike club ever!

Cindy M
 

FFBC Friends,
Thank you to everyone who attended, wish they could have attended and/or contributed towards last week's Ride & Bon Voyage Party for me (aka the Thursday Coffee Ride).  The party was so much fun and I was overwhelmed with all the laughter, well wishes and hugs!  I can guarantee that those bike clubs in Las Vegas don't have a chance of being as friendly, encouraging and fun to ride with as my treasured FFBC has been.  I will miss you all tremendously.  Fortunately, I will still be around for a few more FFBC rides before I leave August 15.

A huge thank you to Lori, my cycling mentor, supporter and friend, who opened up her home to us all, for the Bon Voyage party last week. Lori also coordinated all the party details and recruited lots of helpers: Ken Goldman led the bike ride, Molly Michelfelder, Randy Fewel and Nancy Oh helped with the party set-up at Lori's house, Becky Smith took great photos and posted them on FB, Becky Denevan got the cake, Randy Fewel and Meghan (Denevan) very creatively decorated it, Julie Fuller, I understand, has a present from club members to give to me, and the construction worker/former HS coach volunteered to take the group photo.  If I forgot anyone, and I'm sure I did, please let me know.  

Thanks to FFBC, I am a better person in so many ways and I have ton of happy memories from the many rides and special events I've shared with you all.  Thanks again for the fabulous send-off last week. 
See you soon!
Cindy

moderated Re: Thank you to the BEST bike club ever!

Randy Fewel
 

Sniff. L

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Cindy M
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2018 8:13 PM
To: info@ffbc.groups.io
Subject: [ffbc] Thank you to the BEST bike club ever!

 

FFBC Friends,
Thank you to everyone who attended, wish they could have attended and/or contributed towards last week's Ride & Bon Voyage Party for me (aka the Thursday Coffee Ride).  The party was so much fun and I was overwhelmed with all the laughter, well wishes and hugs!  I can guarantee that those bike clubs in Las Vegas don't have a chance of being as friendly, encouraging and fun to ride with as my treasured FFBC has been.  I will miss you all tremendously.  Fortunately, I will still be around for a few more FFBC rides before I leave August 15.

A huge thank you to Lori, my cycling mentor, supporter and friend, who opened up her home to us all, for the Bon Voyage party last week. Lori also coordinated all the party details and recruited lots of helpers: Ken Goldman led the bike ride, Molly Michelfelder, Randy Fewel and Nancy Oh helped with the party set-up at Lori's house, Becky Smith took great photos and posted them on FB, Becky Denevan got the cake, Randy Fewel and Meghan (Denevan) very creatively decorated it, Julie Fuller, I understand, has a present from club members to give to me, and the construction worker/former HS coach volunteered to take the group photo.  If I forgot anyone, and I'm sure I did, please let me know.  

Thanks to FFBC, I am a better person in so many ways and I have ton of happy memories from the many rides and special events I've shared with you all.  Thanks again for the fabulous send-off last week. 
See you soon!
Cindy

moderated Re: Thank you to the BEST bike club ever!

Lori Sommer
 

Oops!  Terri Yi also was there early to help with the setup and picked up ice for us. 

Lori

On Jul 2, 2018, at 8:13 PM, Cindy M <cindy.maxwell01@...> wrote:

FFBC Friends,
Thank you to everyone who attended, wish they could have attended and/or contributed towards last week's Ride & Bon Voyage Party for me (aka the Thursday Coffee Ride).  The party was so much fun and I was overwhelmed with all the laughter, well wishes and hugs!  I can guarantee that those bike clubs in Las Vegas don't have a chance of being as friendly, encouraging and fun to ride with as my treasured FFBC has been.  I will miss you all tremendously.  Fortunately, I will still be around for a few more FFBC rides before I leave August 15.

A huge thank you to Lori, my cycling mentor, supporter and friend, who opened up her home to us all, for the Bon Voyage party last week. Lori also coordinated all the party details and recruited lots of helpers: Ken Goldman led the bike ride, Molly Michelfelder, Randy Fewel and Nancy Oh helped with the party set-up at Lori's house, Becky Smith took great photos and posted them on FB, Becky Denevan got the cake, Randy Fewel and Meghan (Denevan) very creatively decorated it, Julie Fuller, I understand, has a present from club members to give to me, and the construction worker/former HS coach volunteered to take the group photo.  If I forgot anyone, and I'm sure I did, please let me know.  

Thanks to FFBC, I am a better person in so many ways and I have ton of happy memories from the many rides and special events I've shared with you all.  Thanks again for the fabulous send-off last week. 
See you soon!
Cindy

moderated EARLY START - TMCR

Lori Sommer
 

Hi,

Just a reminder that we will be meeting for the Thursday Morning Coffee Rides at 8:30AM for the summer and rolling out at 8:45AM.  See you bright and early.  Just text me and join us on the route if you stay up too late tonight!

Lori

Thursday, July 5
8:30am
 
WhenThu, July 5, 8:30am – 12:30pm
WhereREI, 43962 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538, USA (map)
DescriptionLength: 34 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

Early start to beat the summer heat! Meet at 8:30 for an 8:45 start.  We are riding to Alum Rock. Since REI isn't open use the facilities at Starbucks or wait until we reach the Jose Higuera Adobe in Milpitas. 

We will ride along the foothills and once we get into the park, there are options to head straight to the Visitor's Center or climb the Inspiration Loop and/or Miguelita Road. Also, you don't have to go all the way to the park...you can turn early to coffee to reduce milage significantly. If you are a slow climber, but want to do the extra climbing, please be considerate of the group and turn around when you see the faster riders returning OR bring yourself to coffee on your own. 

We will have lunch at Noah's Bagels/Starbucks ($) before heading back on a flat route, with no regroups. 

Extreme temperatures, park closure, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or text me. 

Lori Sommer: lorimsommer@..., 510-693-8624

moderated Sat. 7/8, 1st Saturday of the Month/Calaveras Clockwise ride - Moderate

Donna Luporini Kaplan
 

Hello FFBC-

 

This Saturday, Mike Brasseur and I will lead the 1st Saturday of the Month ride.  We will start in downtown Niles and ride out to Alum Rock Park once again, as Calaveras is still closed to traffic.  (The most recent news we have heard about Calaveras is that it will open at the end of September.) 

 

I hope you can join us!

 

~Donna Kaplan

 

 

………………………………………………

Calaveras Clockwise

When:    Sat, July 7, 8:30am – 1:00pm

Where:   Downtown Niles. (If you are driving to the start, please park in the lot that is east of the Train Depot, across Niles Blvd from I Street.)

Description:   Length: 46 miles; Elevation: 2425 feet

Terrain: 3; Pace:
M

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

 

Mike Brasseur: mbrasseur00@..., (510) 449-6233

moderated garmin 1030

stng21
 

Hi
does anyone know where i can find a garmin 1030 shifting sensor that can be added to my bike? or any sensor or device that will tell me my gear when changing
thanks
valdez