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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Nick Laszlo
 

Hi Michael,

I think that we should take this conversation offline, as we are getting to a level of complexity that may not interest everyone else in the club, but the professor’s point is that the AQI instrumentation itself is not as accurate, nor as specific, as the instrumentation that he uses in the lab, e.g. mass spectrometry.

You can email me offline at “laszlonick@...” if you’d like to discuss this further.

Nick 🤓

On Nov 19, 2018, at 9:04 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

Thanks for the link. So it looks like the AQI is based on whichever component is worst:

"The pollutant that reports the highest index determines the AQI (or AQHI, PSI, API, etcetera). For instance, if measurements for Beijing air quality show that PM2.5 has an AQI of 150 and all other pollutants report lesser than 150, then the AQI will be based on the PM2.5 levels."

So is PM 2.5 the index to focus on? Right now, that seems to be where the problem is.



On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:33 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
Hi Michael, here’s a link that breaks it all down:  


The professor said that if you’re a cyclist, how much automobile traffic there is on the roads that we frequent on our bikes, with cars only a few feet away from us, spewing out their exhaust in our faces, is much more of a consideration, hence we should all focus on riding on roads with less vehicular traffic, instead of worrying about the visible but far less harmful smoke that we can see outside this past week or so.

Nick


On Nov 19, 2018, at 8:22 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

If the AQI is the wrong number, which number(s) should we pay attention to?

On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:01 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
He said it’s irrelevant and the least scientific method of extrapolating the most meaningful particulates.  He considers AQI an entertaining number at best.  The instruments he uses in lab conditions are far better.

On Nov 19, 2018, at 7:35 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

What does the professor think of the air quality index?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 7:10 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Michael Graff
 

Thanks for the link. So it looks like the AQI is based on whichever component is worst:

"The pollutant that reports the highest index determines the AQI (or AQHI, PSI, API, etcetera). For instance, if measurements for Beijing air quality show that PM2.5 has an AQI of 150 and all other pollutants report lesser than 150, then the AQI will be based on the PM2.5 levels."

So is PM 2.5 the index to focus on? Right now, that seems to be where the problem is.



On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:33 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
Hi Michael, here’s a link that breaks it all down:  


The professor said that if you’re a cyclist, how much automobile traffic there is on the roads that we frequent on our bikes, with cars only a few feet away from us, spewing out their exhaust in our faces, is much more of a consideration, hence we should all focus on riding on roads with less vehicular traffic, instead of worrying about the visible but far less harmful smoke that we can see outside this past week or so.

Nick


On Nov 19, 2018, at 8:22 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

If the AQI is the wrong number, which number(s) should we pay attention to?

On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:01 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
He said it’s irrelevant and the least scientific method of extrapolating the most meaningful particulates.  He considers AQI an entertaining number at best.  The instruments he uses in lab conditions are far better.

On Nov 19, 2018, at 7:35 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

What does the professor think of the air quality index?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 7:10 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Nick Laszlo
 

Hi Michael, here’s a link that breaks it all down:  


The professor said that if you’re a cyclist, how much automobile traffic there is on the roads that we frequent on our bikes, with cars only a few feet away from us, spewing out their exhaust in our faces, is much more of a consideration, hence we should all focus on riding on roads with less vehicular traffic, instead of worrying about the visible but far less harmful smoke that we can see outside this past week or so.

Nick


On Nov 19, 2018, at 8:22 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

If the AQI is the wrong number, which number(s) should we pay attention to?

On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:01 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
He said it’s irrelevant and the least scientific method of extrapolating the most meaningful particulates.  He considers AQI an entertaining number at best.  The instruments he uses in lab conditions are far better.

On Nov 19, 2018, at 7:35 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

What does the professor think of the air quality index?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 7:10 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Michael Graff
 

If the AQI is the wrong number, which number(s) should we pay attention to?

On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:01 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
He said it’s irrelevant and the least scientific method of extrapolating the most meaningful particulates.  He considers AQI an entertaining number at best.  The instruments he uses in lab conditions are far better.

On Nov 19, 2018, at 7:35 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

What does the professor think of the air quality index?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 7:10 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Nick Laszlo
 

He said it’s irrelevant and the least scientific method of extrapolating the most meaningful particulates.  He considers AQI an entertaining number at best.  The instruments he uses in lab conditions are far better.

On Nov 19, 2018, at 7:35 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

What does the professor think of the air quality index?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 7:10 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Michael Graff
 

What does the professor think of the air quality index?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 7:10 PM Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:
According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Re: Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Nick Laszlo
 

According to the professor of environmental science from Stanford that I just spoke with at my job, the exhaust fumes from cars is far more concerning for our health than the smoke-related particulates that have temporarily contaminated our atmospheric conditions.  He said that if what cars spew out were as visible as the smoke that we’ve been dealing with, then people would wear masks all the time.  I shall therefore be riding tomorrow.  Anyone care to join me?

By the way, I miss you guys!

Nick 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 19, 2018, at 4:05 PM, Vanessa McDonnell <vanessa@...> wrote:

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated Tuesday Hills Ride (M pace) - Cancelled

Terri Yi
 

The M-pace Hills Ride is also cancelled due to poor air quality. Per club policy, it now becomes a show-and-go.

Terri Yi


moderated Tuesday Hills B Pace - cancelled for 11/20

Vanessa McDonnell
 

Due to the continuing poor air quality tomorrow’s Tuesday Hills ride is cancelled. Per club rules the ride is now a show and go.

We have a lot to be thankful for but unfortunately our list doesn’t include air quality. 

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moderated MMRR cancelled, more of the same...

Robert Tashjian
 

Air quality for tomorrow looks to be more of the same. Cancelling the MMRR due to the bad air. Per club policy, the ride becomes a show and go.

 

Rob

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rob@...

 


moderated Re: Real time air quality readings

Robert Miller <Robert.miller7@...>
 

Thanks Maureen. I have added this link to our website, under the menu item: NEWS/INFO/BIKE LINKS.  The direct link to that page is:

 

http://ffbc.org/member-services/links-to-other-biking-associations-and-clubs/

 

On that web page you can find it here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Nick Laszlo
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 9:56 AM
To: Maureen <mobdesigns@...>
Cc: mdavis94536 <mark@...>; David Walker <dbwalker0min@...>; info@ffbc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ffbc] Real time air quality readings

 

Very useful link.  Thank you, Maureen!

 

🚴‍♂️


On Nov 10, 2018, at 9:37 AM, Maureen <mobdesigns@...> wrote:

Air quality , real time

 

https://www.purpleair.com/map#9.34/36.9379/-121.9048/-15.1


On Nov 10, 2018, at 9:33 AM, Nick Laszlo <laszlonick@...> wrote:

I’ll join you guys.  Sounds like fun, and that’s an area where I haven’t ridden before. 🚴‍♂️👍🏻

 

Nick

 

 

On Nov 10, 2018, at 9:10 AM, mdavis94536 <mark@...> wrote:

Will you have someone at the start point of the scheduled ride to inform folks that the ride has been canceled?  As a ride aimed at introducing people to the club, it's possible that some people checking out the club for the first time won't be subscribed to this list.

 

On Fri, Nov 9, 2018 at 9:30 PM, David Walker <dbwalker0min@...> wrote:

I could wait until tomorrow to cancel the Sunday Social, but I think I'll call it now. I don't think the air will be much clearer on Sunday. As a replacement, I'd like to propose the following ride starting in Aptos (where the air quality is expected to be better) starting at 9AM at Epicenter Bicycle in Aptos:

 

The route is like:

 

We'll have a coffee (and pie) stop at Gizdich Ranch. It's longer and more climbing than the typical Sunday Social, but at least the air should be good.

 

David with Julia on the tandem.



 

--

Mark


moderated Voler clothing order open to FFBC club members, Web Ordering Portal deadline extended to Thursday, Nov 15 (Midnight)

West Kurihara
 

Hello FFBC members,

This is just an update.  The Race Team's Voler web ordering window with Voler has been extended through November 15.  If you have any interest in ordering any of the items from this Team Fremont custom catalog, you can still do so.  Several club members have done so already.  

The actual Jersey design is now shown on the website and the very similiar 2018 design is shown here:


Undergarments and base layers are generally generic in design.


Regards,
West Kurihara
Race Team Liason
Team Fremont Clothing Coordinator
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Hello FFBC members,

For 2019 I am inviting any interested club members who would like to order custom Team Fremont clothing from Voler. This year I am opening the entire catalog of items which consist of Road, MTB, and Tri clothing with accessories and base layers. All clothing is from the Voler Custom catalog that is specially for teams and clubs. The road lineup has four price/quality/performance levels starting with the Club, Peloton, Pro and Velocity.  Most outerwear uses the Team Fremont design and sponsor logos but a few items are generic such as the crystal rain jacket and knee warmers. Base layers are also generic. 

All clothing is custom made to your desire as Voler provides a wide variety of choices, materials and cuts (fit levels). At the fit party scheduled on Monday night, the Voler reps bring the entire clothing line in most sizes for people to try on for sizing. 

The race team orders a large quantity and club members can take advantage of the volume pricing that we receive for custom clothing.

If you are curious or interested, please stop by on Monday. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to ask me. Below are all the detailed info and links.

-West Kurihara
Race Team Liason
Team Fremont Clothing Coordinator 




Just a Reminder of the Voler fit Party on Monday at the Team meeting location.  The Voler Reps will have the complete 2019 clothing collection in all sizes for fitting and should be able to answer any questions.  There are some new items and minor changes to the FS Pro lineup and Velocity line up.  Sizing basically remains the same.  Pricing is basically the same, but I think our price will be slightly higher this season because I don't think we will hit the 200+ item ordering threshold, I have asked that our portal reflect the 100-199 item pricing schedule.  If we end up in this quantity range, the pricing will be correct.  If we exceed, the pricing will be slightly lower and you will all receive a credit for the difference on your credit cards.  It is highly unlikely that we will be end up below 100 items but if that did occur, the actual pricing would end up slightly higher in the end.  

As we did last year, I had Voler include the Road, TriAthlon, and MTB clothing line up and accessories.  As you move from Classic-->Peloton-->Pro-->Velocity the fit gets tighter and the materials more breathable/stretchy, but slightly less durable.   Peloton and Pro jerseys are available in Race or Club fits.



The Voler Team Fremont Portal is now open.  Everyone who had and account can log in.  If you are new, you will need to register.  Please remember to ALWAYS access the portal with this link:


And click on "Begin Ordering".  

The 2019 design will be added to the graphics on the Website as soon as it is finalized.  If you have any design questions, you can direct them to Keith.

If you have any ordering questions, please ask.  Otherwise I will see you all on Monday night.

-West



moderated Re: Volunteers need on Nov 29th, Thursday

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

The correct location of the event is the Fremont BART Station, 2000 Bart Way, Fremont.

On Sat, Nov 17, 2018 at 9:24 AM Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...> wrote:
Wynn Kageyama is organizing a free bike repair clinic at the Fremont BART Station (probably the Warm Springs Station) on Nov 29th, Thursday, from 4:00pm-6:30pm.  He is looking for volunteers.  

Here is the link to signup and for more information: 
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084FAEAA28A57-volunteer

If you any questions, contact:
Wynn Kageyama: davitusrider@..., (510) 659-1360

Thanks,
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator


moderated Re: Saturday 11/17 M Pace Ride-cancelled

Nick Laszlo
 

Hard to clip in and out wearing a space suit! 🚴‍♂️

On Nov 16, 2018, at 8:38 PM, mbrasseur00 via Groups.Io <mbrasseur00@...> wrote:

Well we hoped the air quality would improve but doesn’t look like it. So the ride is cancelled. It. Now becomes a show and go. Remember scuba gear or space suit or hold your breath.

Mike

On Nov 15, 2018, at 4:41 PM, mbrasseur00 via Groups.Io <mbrasseur00@...> wrote:

Currently the forecast for air quality is looking very poor but in hopes that the situation will improve:

Louis and I have decided that since we were not able to do last Saturday’s ride through Los Altos by way of Purissima and Elena, we will replace this Saturday’s Portola Loop ride with the Los Altos ride. Coffee break in Los Altos at Le Boulanger. 

We will make a call probably by Friday evening as to whether the ride is cancelled due to poor air quality. 

M Pace

~44 miles, 1365 feet elevation.

RideWithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27862076

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

Hope to see you there.

Mike and Louis


moderated Volunteers need on Nov 29th, Thursday

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

Wynn Kageyama is organizing a free bike repair clinic at the Fremont BART Station (probably the Warm Springs Station) on Nov 29th, Thursday, from 4:00pm-6:30pm.  He is looking for volunteers.  

Here is the link to signup and for more information: 
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084FAEAA28A57-volunteer

If you any questions, contact:
Wynn Kageyama: davitusrider@..., (510) 659-1360

Thanks,
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator


moderated Re: Saturday 11/17 M Pace Ride-cancelled

mbrasseur00
 

Well we hoped the air quality would improve but doesn’t look like it. So the ride is cancelled. It. Now becomes a show and go. Remember scuba gear or space suit or hold your breath.

Mike

On Nov 15, 2018, at 4:41 PM, mbrasseur00 via Groups.Io <mbrasseur00@...> wrote:

Currently the forecast for air quality is looking very poor but in hopes that the situation will improve:

Louis and I have decided that since we were not able to do last Saturday’s ride through Los Altos by way of Purissima and Elena, we will replace this Saturday’s Portola Loop ride with the Los Altos ride. Coffee break in Los Altos at Le Boulanger. 

We will make a call probably by Friday evening as to whether the ride is cancelled due to poor air quality. 

M Pace

~44 miles, 1365 feet elevation.

RideWithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27862076

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

Hope to see you there.

Mike and Louis


moderated FFBC 2018 Holiday Party Order Tickets Now!

Becky Smith
 


Hello again FFBC club members!

After a wonderful year of riding together as a club, it’s time to celebrate the Holiday Season together. There will be a choice of appetizers and entrees that should satisfy all tastes, including vegetarian choices, followed by dessert. This year we will have entertainment provided by club members, as well as a couple surprises to add to the holiday cheer! Come with an appetite and a smile! The details are as follows:

WHEN:
Sunday, December 2, 2018, 4-9 PM

WHERE:
Massimo’s Restaurant, 5200 Mowry Ave., Fremont, CA
 
COST:
Members $25/Non-members $35 which includes two non-alcoholic beverages like sodas.

OR:

Members $35/Non-members $45 which includes two alcoholic beverages like house wine or beer.

TICKETS: Here is the link to RSVP by purchasing tickets:
 


If you have questions, please contact the following:

Randy Fewel (jailteacher@...) - Dining Facilities and Menu
Diana Tashjian (diana@...) - Ticket Sales, A/V, and Entertainment
Becky Smith (metalcowgurl@...) - Decorations and Entertainment


moderated Re: Friday Bike Club Ride 11/16/2018 Cancelled

Jim Fehrle
 

Rain will help, but we probably won’t be done with the smoke until after the fire is out.

And the fire is only 40% contained so far.

 

Jim

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Vanessa McDonnell
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 8:46 PM
To: Mike Moore
Cc: Al Quintana; FFBC IO List
Subject: Re: [ffbc] Friday Bike Club Ride 11/16/2018 Cancelled

 

I think it’s being fixed by the addition of rain on Wednesday.

 

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On Nov 15, 2018, at 7:13 PM, Mike Moore <mrmoore.usa@...> wrote:

 

I would be happy to lead a ride here in Reno.  Clean, crisp mountain air....dress warmly....

 

BTW, I will be down next week so can y’all fix this bad air before Wednesday?   :-)

 

Mike

 

On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 5:17 PM Al Quintana <alanq44@...> wrote:

Hi all,

 

The poor air quality in the SF Bay Area continues. Tomorrow's Friday Bike Club Ride (11/16/18) is cancelled (and now becomes a Show and Go). When will we get to ride again??

 

 

Al Q.

 

"You don't stop playing because you get old. You get old because you stop playing."

 

 

 


moderated Re: Friday Bike Club Ride 11/16/2018 Cancelled

Vanessa McDonnell
 

I think it’s being fixed by the addition of rain on Wednesday.

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On Nov 15, 2018, at 7:13 PM, Mike Moore <mrmoore.usa@...> wrote:

I would be happy to lead a ride here in Reno.  Clean, crisp mountain air....dress warmly....

BTW, I will be down next week so can y’all fix this bad air before Wednesday?   :-)

Mike

On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 5:17 PM Al Quintana <alanq44@...> wrote:
Hi all,

The poor air quality in the SF Bay Area continues. Tomorrow's Friday Bike Club Ride (11/16/18) is cancelled (and now becomes a Show and Go). When will we get to ride again??


Al Q.

"You don't stop playing because you get old. You get old because you stop playing."




moderated Re: Friday Bike Club Ride 11/16/2018 Cancelled

Mike Moore
 

I would be happy to lead a ride here in Reno.  Clean, crisp mountain air....dress warmly....

BTW, I will be down next week so can y’all fix this bad air before Wednesday?   :-)

Mike

On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 5:17 PM Al Quintana <alanq44@...> wrote:
Hi all,

The poor air quality in the SF Bay Area continues. Tomorrow's Friday Bike Club Ride (11/16/18) is cancelled (and now becomes a Show and Go). When will we get to ride again??


Al Q.

"You don't stop playing because you get old. You get old because you stop playing."

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