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Old FFBC Jerseys

David Ransom <dchiefransom@...>
 

Cleaning out a drawer I found some older FFBC jerseys from around 2004-2006. They are the blue and red ones with the winding red road on them. They are 3XL size, at least one is, the other two have a worn out label. They are free to anyone that wants them.

 

Good riding

 

Dave Ransom

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Fw: [Race Team] Team Ride #2 this weekend ?

Jesse Avery
 

FFBC - 
We have a Fremont Race Team winter ride coming up tomorrow if anyone wants some climbing and speed.  Info below - I believe this would be rated an F+/5 on the FFBC ride rating system.

We'll have these most weekends between now and the new years so stay tuned if you're interested but tomorrow doesn't work out, 

Jesse Avery
510-673-3962


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To: Team Fremont / FFBC race team <teamfremont@...>; Kyle Viau <ksviau@...>
Sent: Friday, October 8, 2021, 09:57:28 AM PDT
Subject: Re: [Race Team] Team Ride #2 this weekend ?

Team - 
Here's the 'official' invite to our second off season team ride: 

Where: Roll from Devout Coffee at 8:30 
What: Palomares -> Calaveras clockwise, route is here.
Time: 3 hours-ish.

The ride is about 50 miles on the two best routes in the east bay, if you don't have time or energy for both of the sections you can join up or bail out in Sunol.  We'll try to roll fast and regroup after major sections, we can make the decision on where those should be when we see who shows up.

Invite your friends, come out for a piece of the ride or the whole thing and I'll see you all out there.

Jesse Avery
510-673-3962


On Thursday, October 7, 2021, 09:33:59 PM PDT, 'Jesse Avery' via Team Fremont / FFBC race team + supporters <teamfremont@...> wrote:


I was planning to lead Palomares -> Calaveras leaving from Niles Saturday morning, but happy to defer.  

Signup sheet is here if anyone else wants to claim a ride and a weekend, 


Jesse Avery
510-673-3962


On Thursday, October 7, 2021, 04:28:06 PM PDT, Kyle Viau <ksviau@...> wrote:


Is anybody leading a ride this weekend?  If not, I can put something together.  I was thinking of meeting at Don Edwards and heading over to the peninsula.

-Kyle

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Huddart Park road closure

mbrasseur00
 

There will be work ongoing in Huddart Park during the week starting on Oct 12. The service road from Greer to the park entrance will be closed M-F 8-5.

Workdays, Times, and Methods: Experienced crews will work Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to create shaded fuel breaks by selectively thinning vegetation and removing trees that are dead, dying, diseased, and up to 8 inches in diameter.

Attached is more information.

Mike


Sat Brisk Show and Go Suggestion

Tim OHara
 

I got permission to create a B version of the M ride from Mike and Louis.  Thank you.  I spoke with Raymond and we agreed if others want, we could add some extra miles as well. 

Length: 44 miles; elevation: 1300 ft
Terrain: 3; Pace: M

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. We'll ride across the Dumbarton Bridge into the Los Altos Hills


TMCR - Alum Rock

Lori Sommer
 

Hello,

It's that time again - Alum Rock!  Meet me tomorrow 9AM at REI.  Print a route sheet if you need one.  

Hope you can make it.  

Lori


Thursday, 7 October
09:00
 Thursday Morning Coffee Ride - REI to Alum Rock with Shortcuts!
WhenThu, 7 October, 09:00 – 13:00
WhereREI, 43962 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538, USA (map)
DescriptionLength: 34 miles (with shortcuts of -17mi, -7mi, -5mi, -3mi)
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M


Since REI isn't open, please use the facilities at Starbucks or wait until we reach the more familiar Jose Higuera Adobe in Milpitas. 

We are riding to Alum Rock along the beautiful foothills. This is a route with lots of flexibility -  to push yourself or take it easy and stretch your legs - whichever you like. I've updated the regroup point to Jose Higuera Adobe at mile 6.  Take Shortcut 1 directly to coffee and cut your mileage by 17.  Shortcut 2 cuts out 7 miles if you choose to ride to the park entrance (restrooms) then turn around..  Or you may go directly to the set of restrooms at the Youth Center and cut out 5 miles and significant climbing using Shortcut 3.  You may continue on the route, decide to skip Miguelito and only do Inspiration Loop (Shortcut 4, -3miles) or you may be in great shape and do the whole 34miles!  Please review the route sheet in advance and be prepared to follow your plan as I won't be chasing anyone down.  Better yet, find a friend with the same plan and stick together. Let me know if you have any questions. No one left behind.

If you want to do climbing, consider turning around when you see the faster riders returning OR bring yourself to coffee on your own. 

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

Here's the route:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36345433 Please print the attached cue sheet and put my cell number in your phone in advance.  

DISCLAIMERS: 
This is a no drop ride but the group can be on the larger side and will break up as we progress along the route especially as it is a T/M ride.  Riders are expected to be proficient in following their route sheet or using their GPS in case they are separated. We will wait at regroups for all riders.  

Extreme temperatures, poor air quality, park closure, construction, rain and/or high winds,  or the whim of the ride leader may modify or cancel the route. Check here for updates: info@ffbc.groups.io.

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


Monday Morning Recovery Ride

Robin O&#39;Hara
 

Once again it's the first Monday of the month!  I will be leading the "classic" MMRR on 10/4 to Panera's at Pacific Commons in Fremont, returning via Coyote Hills.  We meet at 8:30am at Isherwood to sign in and roll at 8:45am.  We will regroup at the usual places.  Please check the ride listing in the Ride Calendar for the ridewithgps route and cue sheet.

Hope to see you!

Robin


Re: Livermore & Livermore and More Ride

qnzaaron@...
 






On Fri, Oct 1, 2021 at 4:28 PM <paulmarty2@...> wrote:
Livermore & Livermore and More
WhenSat, 2 October, 07:45 – 13:00
DescriptionLivermore
Length: 38.7 miles; Elevation: 1168 feet;
Terrain: 3 Pace: T,M
RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37488204
Max number of Riders allowed: 20
 Paul Marty 510-378-0708
paulmarty2@...
 Louis Friendenberg 510-673-3203

DescriptionLivermore and More
Length: 51.3 miles; Elevation: 1,889 feet
Terrain: 3 Pace: M
RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36214592

Max number of Riders allowed: 20
Joyce Tanaka 510-703-2675
Olivia Krielbl 510-499-8817

Come join us for one of our favorite rides through the Livermore Vineyards.  Please meet at Bernal Community Park by the restrooms at 7:45 for a roll at 8:00.  
We will have a shorter T & M ride and a longer M ride start together and take the same route to our coffee stop at Starbucks.
The riders will have the option of going back to the start or continuing on the longer route.
From Bernal Community Park we will head toward First Street to Vineyard and then enter the Old Vineyard Bike Trail on our way to a Bathroom break at Sycamore Grove Park.
We will continue into Holdener Park to Tesla to and then regroup before we climb up Cross Road to another regroup. We will turn left on Patterson Pass Road and Left on Altamont Pass Road
to Herman and to Starbucks. After our coffee break; riders will either turn left on North Livermore Ave. and return to the start or turn right and continuing on the longer route.

Please print out Cuesheet or download Ride With GPS file.

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be posted to "https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics" on the morning of the ride
if it is being cancelled (no email means the ride is on). If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride.
Note ride end time is a rough estimate.


Riders must follow California and County mask and distancing guidelines (https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx).
Ride leaders are not responsible for enforcing these guidelines. It is incumbent on riders to follow these guidelines to keep our cycling community safe.

--
Aaron Chen


Livermore & Livermore and More Ride

paul marty
 

Livermore & Livermore and More
WhenSat, 2 October, 07:45 – 13:00
WhereBernal Community Park, 7001 Pleasanton Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94566, USA (map)
DescriptionLivermore
Length: 38.7 miles; Elevation: 1168 feet;
Terrain: 3 Pace: T,M
RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37488204
Max number of Riders allowed: 20
 Paul Marty 510-378-0708
paulmarty2@hotmail.com
 Louis Friendenberg 510-673-3203

DescriptionLivermore and More
Length: 51.3 miles; Elevation: 1,889 feet
Terrain: 3 Pace: M
RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36214592

Max number of Riders allowed: 20
Joyce Tanaka 510-703-2675
Olivia Krielbl 510-499-8817

Come join us for one of our favorite rides through the Livermore Vineyards.  Please meet at Bernal Community Park by the restrooms at 7:45 for a roll at 8:00.  
We will have a shorter T & M ride and a longer M ride start together and take the same route to our coffee stop at Starbucks.
The riders will have the option of going back to the start or continuing on the longer route.
From Bernal Community Park we will head toward First Street to Vineyard and then enter the Old Vineyard Bike Trail on our way to a Bathroom break at Sycamore Grove Park.
We will continue into Holdener Park to Tesla to and then regroup before we climb up Cross Road to another regroup. We will turn left on Patterson Pass Road and Left on Altamont Pass Road
to Herman and to Starbucks. After our coffee break; riders will either turn left on North Livermore Ave. and return to the start or turn right and continuing on the longer route.

Please print out Cuesheet or download Ride With GPS file.

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be posted to "https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics" on the morning of the ride
if it is being cancelled (no email means the ride is on). If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride.
Note ride end time is a rough estimate.


Riders must follow California and County mask and distancing guidelines (https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx).
Ride leaders are not responsible for enforcing these guidelines. It is incumbent on riders to follow these guidelines to keep our cycling community safe.


TMCR - Updated Link

Lori Sommer
 

Hello Coffee Riders,
We are hitting some old favorites this Thursday - Norris and Bollinger, and both are out and back.  We will do a new coffee stop in the Bishop Ranch area, near the end of the ride. I've just updated the ridewithgps link since it had some glitches when I originally posted - it is a new link.  The cue sheet is attached to this email so please print it if you need it.
See you Thursday!
Lori

Thursday, 30 September
09:00
 TMCR - Norris and Bollinger (Peet's)
WhenThu, 30 September, 09:00 – 12:30
WhereCentral Park in San Ramon (12501 Alcosta Blvd) (map)
DescriptionLength: 20 miles; 
Elevation Gain: 1300'
Pace: T,M


https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37641126

Meet at Central Park in San Ramon. Directions to the parking lot from Fremont: 680N, exit Bollinger, right turn onto Bollinger, left at the light on Marketplace (parking lot on the RHS of the building). 

We will climb to the top of Norris Canyon (looking for the miniature donkeys and peacocks along the way) and then turn back and head up Bollinger Canyon and look for the ostrich. Both climbs are out and back so you can turn around any time you feel like it. 

After a regroup at Las Trampas parking lot, we will head to coffee at Peet's.  There are a few other food options nearby that you may decide to try. No one left behind. Bring $ for lunch. 

DISCLAIMERS: 
This is a no drop ride but the group can be on the larger side and will break up as we progress along the route especially as it is a T/M ride.  Riders are expected to be proficient in following their route sheet or using their GPS in case they are separated. We will wait at regroups for all riders.  

Extreme temperatures, poor air quality, park closure, construction, rain and/or high winds,  or the whim of the ride leader may modify or cancel the route. Check here for updates: info@ffbc.groups.io.


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

Riders must follow California and County mask and distancing guidelines (https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx).  Ride leaders are not responsible for enforcing these guidelines.  It is incumbent on riders to follow these guidelines to keep our cycling community safe.


Hold Your 2022 Spot, Last Chance for 9/11 Gear

Lori Sommer
 

Hello,
Avoid FOMO. Save your spot!  No payment required.
Lori


Begin forwarded message:

From: Tour de Fuzz <director@...>
Date: September 27, 2021 at 9:31:07 AM PDT
To: lorimsommer@...
Subject: Hold Your 2022 Spot, Last Chance for 9/11 Gear



2022 Tour de Fuzz, Guaranteed Spot Notification
We're grateful for your support and want to extend special consideration to our loyal “Fuzzie” family. If you're interested in the September 2022 ride, please hold a spot (click link). We’ll send you a guaranteed confirmation BEFORE we open to the public in March. No payment is required at this time.

 

Last Chance, 2021 TdF Gear
Memorialize your 9/11 ride with official 2021 TdF gear. We’re taking final orders through September 28 and shipping to your home by November 10. These top-shelf Pactimo threads are available at the TdF Gear Store. What a great way to honor first responders. All proceeds benefit the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy.

 

Tour de Fuzz In the News!
Be sure to read what participants and the media had to say about the memorial of 9/11 and tribute to first responders at this year’s ride. Check out the Press Democrat article.

 

Thank YOU. What a memorable day!
We hope you had an epic ride in beautiful Sonoma County, enjoyed some delicious BBQ and felt the spirit as we honored first responders on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Thank you for your continued support, it makes the work of our Chaplaincy possible; responding 24/7/365 to law enforcement, emergency personnel and members of our community who find themselves in the midst of trauma and loss. For questions, contact us at director@.... For other ride information, visit www.tourdefuzz.org.

From the all-volunteer TdF crew, thanks again and we'll see you next year. Much love to the entire “Fuzzie” family.


Re: MMRR is OFF

mbrasseur00
 

Louis and I are planning to ride so if anyone would like to join, we’ll see you there. 

Mike

On Sep 27, 2021, at 7:09 AM, Robert Tashjian <rob@...> wrote:



Streets are wet, MMRR is off. Per club rules, it now becomes a show and go. If you ride, be careful out there!

 

Rob

---

Robert Tashjian

rob@...

 


MMRR is OFF

Robert Tashjian
 

Streets are wet, MMRR is off. Per club rules, it now becomes a show and go. If you ride, be careful out there!

 

Rob

---

Robert Tashjian

rob@...

 


10/02 Saturday Ride Livermore & Livermore and More Ride

paul marty
 

Livermore & Livermore and More
WhenSat, 2 October, 07:45 – 13:00
WhereBernal Community Park, 7001 Pleasanton Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94566, USA (map)
DescriptionLivermore
Length: 38.7 miles; Elevation: 1168 feet;
Terrain: 3 Pace: T,M
RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37488204
Max number of Riders allowed: 20
 Paul Marty 510-378-0708
paulmarty2@hotmail.com
 Louis Friendenberg 510-673-3203

DescriptionLivermore and More
Length: 51.3 miles; Elevation: 1,889 feet
Terrain: 3 Pace: M
RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36214592

Max number of Riders allowed: 20
Joyce Tanaka 510-703-2675
Olivia Krielbl 510-387-1168

Come join us for one of our favorite rides through the Livermore Vineyards.  Please meet at Bernal Community Park by the restrooms at 7:45 for a roll at 8:00.  
We will have a shorter T & M ride and a longer M ride start together and take the same route to our coffee stop at Starbucks.
The riders will have the option of going back to the start or continuing on the longer route.
From Bernal Community Park we will head toward First Street to Vineyard and then enter the Old Vineyard Bike Trail on our way to a Bathroom break at Sycamore Grove Park.
We will continue into Holdener Park to Tesla to and then regroup before we climb up Cross Road to another regroup. We will turn left on Patterson Pass Road and Left on Altamont Pass Road
to Herman and to Starbucks. After our coffee break; riders will either turn left on North Livermore Ave. and return to the start or turn right and continuing on the longer route.

Please print out Cuesheet or download Ride With GPS file.

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be posted to "https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics" on the morning of the ride
if it is being cancelled (no email means the ride is on). If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride.
Note ride end time is a rough estimate.


Riders must follow California and County mask and distancing guidelines (https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx).
Ride leaders are not responsible for enforcing these guidelines. It is incumbent on riders to follow these guidelines to keep our cycling community safe.


Monday Morning Recovery Ride

Robert Tashjian
 

Recovery Riders,

 

There is a small chance of rain tomorrow, I’ll send an update by 7am tomorrow morning, but the MMRR is likely ON. We’ll recover to Starbucks McCarthy Ranch for a coffee stop before returning. Meet at the usual time & place (8:30 @ Isherwood staging, usual pickups along the way). Route is in the ride calendar or you can get it here, print a route sheet if you need it.

 

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37548012

 

Hop to see you tomorrow,

Rob

--

Robert Tashjian

rob@...

 


Marin Century #1-

Amy <apgiles@...>
 

A friend is looking for a Marin Century ticket.  If you have one to sell, she would appreciate if you contact her.  Thanks!

susheelavasan@...


All B Riders

Raymond Nieh
 

Please check out the B group ride available this Saturday as shown on the Ride Calendar from Sunol train station to Lake Del Valle + Patterson Loop.  Meet at 8am at the train station parking lot and roll at 8:15am.  All B (+ or -) are welcome.  No one left behind.

 

Raymond

 


Metric Century Ride is on

Andrew Sass <andrew.sass@...>
 

Pavement is damp, but no more rain forecasted for today

See you at 8 at Mission San Jose High School.  Roll at  8:15

Andy

520-490-8098


Metric Centry Sunday 62.3 miles (100k) M/B

Andrew Sass <andrew.sass@...>
 

If it does not rain, meet at 8AM at the horsehoe parking lot on Palm at Mission San Jose HS

4465feet of climbing

I will put out a go / no go email at 7AM

With the work on Niles Canyon next year, we will be changing the Primavera routes, coming back on Calaveras. We will try out the Metric Century. There are no bathrooms at the start, but there are at nearby Mission San Jose Park on Mission Blvd. There are no SAG's and rest stops like on the worker's ride, so bring some bars, plenty of water, spare tubes, etc.

We will take a short coffee break at Casa Bella in Sunol. Remember it is good to support our sponsors. They have water for cyclists.

RidewithGPS URL: 2022 Primavera 100k prelim






The end of hot feet while cycling?

Mike Moore
 

For years, I have had to deal with the unpleasant burning sensations in my feet while doing long rides.   

I have tried a lot of possible solutions and spent a lot of money.   I've tried bike fits, new shoes, wide toe box, narrow toe box, insoles, orthotics, metatarsal pads, toe spacers, numbing cream, adjusting cleats, different pedals and cleats, more padding, less padding, podiatrists, voodoo, hallucinogens and more.  

Some things helped a bit but nothing made the problem go away altogether.    In my never ending search, I stumbled across this product:


It is a metal adapter plate that screws into your shoe.    The cleat (SPD-SL or Look) screws into the adapter BUT farther back on the foot.    Hence the name, mid-foot.    It is very easy to install - took me less than 5 minutes.  The kit comes with three different sets of screws for just about any kind of shoe.     They suggest you might need to adjust your saddle a bit to account for the new position of the cleat.  I did not change my saddle position.

Since installation, I have done two rides with the adapters installed.   One a 50 miler and the other a 127 miler.   Both in 90 degree temps, which usually triggered the condition.  The good news is that I had no pain or discomfort.   Best part is that my riding partners did not have to wait patiently while I massaged my feet to get relief for the nerves.

So...so far so good.    If you suffer from this condition, you might want to check them out.   It comes from Germany so it takes a couple of weeks to arrive.  It cost me, with shipping, about 40 euros.    They have adapters for other cleat styles as well.

If you have questions or want to see what it looks like installed on my road shoes, let me know.

Happy cycling!

mike



Re: Thank You! Thank you!

Carrie Payne
 

Great Job Lori and all who helped set up and brought food to the after party at the hotel. It was a nice get together out doors.

Carrie

On Sep 15, 2021, at 10:26 PM, Nancy Ung <drnancyung@...> wrote:

Yes, Lori, kudos to you for all that you have done to make this happen for Walt and those of us who could join in this fabulous celebration. You are the best.

Nancy

On Sep 15, 2021, at 3:52 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:

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