Date   

MMRR 4/18

mbrasseur00
 

We will ride to the Panera on 1st Street tomorrow. For details please review the FFBC calendar announcement.

See you in the morning,
Mike and Louis


Re: Sunday FFBC Ride reminder and slight BART change

Colin Moy
 

So sorry folks for multiple emails, but wrong phone number…typo from my big fingers.

510-690-7749

Hope to see you tomorrow! Thanks.

On 04/16/2022 11:51 AM Colin Moy <moyboys@...> wrote:


FYI please see revised route with two bike path turnoff with POI regroup mile markers.



Colin

On 04/15/2022 5:38 PM Colin Moy <moyboys@...> wrote:


FYI.  BART lines closed so you’ll need to start at South Hayward BART @ 7:46 ORANGE LINE to RICHMOND and switch at BayFair Station, where I’ll be waiting on platform.


Hope to see you!


 2.5 Bridge Tour

When:  Sun, 17 April, 08:30 – 15:00
Where:  Philz Coffee, 5 Embarcadero Ctr, San Francisco, CA 94111 (map)
DescriptionLength:  65 miles; Elevation: 1,800 feet;
Terrain:  2,3   Pace: M,M+

Scenic views of SF Bay, crossing Golden Gate, Richmond and Bay Bridges. Mostly bike trails or neighborhood streets through SF Fisherman's Wharf, Crissy Field, Sausalito, Paradise Cove and Bay Trail. Lunch/snack in Larkspur (Shake Shack or your choice). Special treat riding through Cal Park Hill Tunnel. 

Take Richmond Train (ORANGE LINE) at 7:36 AM @ Fremont BART Station and transfer to BLUE LINE to Daly City at Bay Fair, where I will meet you towards end of platform. Arrive Embarcadero BART Station @ 8:24 AM. Gather at Philz Coffee and roll at 8:45 AM. 

1st regroup Mile 14.3 - restrooms at roundabout by Sewerage Authority of Southern Marin, 2nd regroup Mile 33.3 - Larkspur lunch break, 3rd regroup Mile 50.1 - Gilman Street/Bay Trail, 4th regroup Mile 58.5 - Turnaround Bay Bridge. Ending at McArthur BART. Bring face cover, Clipper Card for BART, cell phone, and $$ for snack.

RidewithGPS: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39033563

Note:  Ride end time is a rough estimate.

A significant chance of rain or poor riding conditions may prompt the ride leader to cancel, delay, reschedule or reroute this ride. In such a case, the ride leader will post a decision to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics before or on the morning of the ride. (No post means the ride is on.) If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride. 

Colin Moy moyboys@... 510-690-7747


Tierra Bella (4/23) Registration for Sale $75

Judy Young
 

Posting for a friend.

Tierra Bella Registration for Sale $75.  Event is next Saturday, 4/23.

Currently on sale on reg site for $105, all routes. https://tierrabella.org/

Contact:   Kristin.Goldthorpe@...  510-378-0494


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: Sunday FFBC Ride reminder and slight BART change

Colin Moy
 

FYI please see revised route with two bike path turnoff with POI regroup mile markers.



Colin

On 04/15/2022 5:38 PM Colin Moy <moyboys@...> wrote:


FYI.  BART lines closed so you’ll need to start at South Hayward BART @ 7:46 ORANGE LINE to RICHMOND and switch at BayFair Station, where I’ll be waiting on platform.


Hope to see you!


 2.5 Bridge Tour

When:  Sun, 17 April, 08:30 – 15:00
Where:  Philz Coffee, 5 Embarcadero Ctr, San Francisco, CA 94111 (map)
DescriptionLength:  65 miles; Elevation: 1,800 feet;
Terrain:  2,3   Pace: M,M+

Scenic views of SF Bay, crossing Golden Gate, Richmond and Bay Bridges. Mostly bike trails or neighborhood streets through SF Fisherman's Wharf, Crissy Field, Sausalito, Paradise Cove and Bay Trail. Lunch/snack in Larkspur (Shake Shack or your choice). Special treat riding through Cal Park Hill Tunnel. 

Take Richmond Train (ORANGE LINE) at 7:36 AM @ Fremont BART Station and transfer to BLUE LINE to Daly City at Bay Fair, where I will meet you towards end of platform. Arrive Embarcadero BART Station @ 8:24 AM. Gather at Philz Coffee and roll at 8:45 AM. 

1st regroup Mile 14.3 - restrooms at roundabout by Sewerage Authority of Southern Marin, 2nd regroup Mile 33.3 - Larkspur lunch break, 3rd regroup Mile 50.1 - Gilman Street/Bay Trail, 4th regroup Mile 58.5 - Turnaround Bay Bridge. Ending at McArthur BART. Bring face cover, Clipper Card for BART, cell phone, and $$ for snack.

RidewithGPS: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39033563

Note:  Ride end time is a rough estimate.

A significant chance of rain or poor riding conditions may prompt the ride leader to cancel, delay, reschedule or reroute this ride. In such a case, the ride leader will post a decision to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics before or on the morning of the ride. (No post means the ride is on.) If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride. 

Colin Moy moyboys@... 510-690-7747


Sunday FFBC Ride reminder and slight BART change

Colin Moy
 

FYI.  BART lines closed so you’ll need to start at South Hayward BART @ 7:46 ORANGE LINE to RICHMOND and switch at BayFair Station, where I’ll be waiting on platform.


Hope to see you!


 2.5 Bridge Tour

When:  Sun, 17 April, 08:30 – 15:00
Where:  Philz Coffee, 5 Embarcadero Ctr, San Francisco, CA 94111 (map)
DescriptionLength:  65 miles; Elevation: 1,800 feet;
Terrain:  2,3   Pace: M,M+

Scenic views of SF Bay, crossing Golden Gate, Richmond and Bay Bridges. Mostly bike trails or neighborhood streets through SF Fisherman's Wharf, Crissy Field, Sausalito, Paradise Cove and Bay Trail. Lunch/snack in Larkspur (Shake Shack or your choice). Special treat riding through Cal Park Hill Tunnel. 

Take Richmond Train (ORANGE LINE) at 7:36 AM @ Fremont BART Station and transfer to BLUE LINE to Daly City at Bay Fair, where I will meet you towards end of platform. Arrive Embarcadero BART Station @ 8:24 AM. Gather at Philz Coffee and roll at 8:45 AM. 

1st regroup Mile 14.3 - restrooms at roundabout by Sewerage Authority of Southern Marin, 2nd regroup Mile 33.3 - Larkspur lunch break, 3rd regroup Mile 50.1 - Gilman Street/Bay Trail, 4th regroup Mile 58.5 - Turnaround Bay Bridge. Ending at McArthur BART. Bring face cover, Clipper Card for BART, cell phone, and $$ for snack.

RidewithGPS: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39033563

Note:  Ride end time is a rough estimate.

A significant chance of rain or poor riding conditions may prompt the ride leader to cancel, delay, reschedule or reroute this ride. In such a case, the ride leader will post a decision to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics before or on the morning of the ride. (No post means the ride is on.) If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride. 

Colin Moy moyboys@... 510-690-7747


Re: Route - TMCR

Lori Sommer
 

Good Morning,

The three forecasts are consistent that there will be rain by 11 although the percentage is varying with one at 30% and two at 70%. Todays ride is canceled and turns into a Show and Go. 

I was looking forward to this route so I’ll move it to next week in exchange for the Sprouts start. 

Enjoy the rain. 

Lori

On Apr 13, 2022, at 3:30 PM, Lori Sommer via groups.io <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hello Thursday Riders!

Join me as we ride to Old Page Mill, up Arastradero and down Alpine. So far the forecast is 30% rain at 10AM.  I'll check the forecast again by 7:30 AM so watch for an update.

I'm changing the start of the ride for next week...probably over to Pleasanton.  

Lori


Thursday, 14 April
09:30
 Thursday Morning Coffee Ride across the Dumbarton
WhenThu, 14 April, 09:30 – 14:00
WhereParking lot at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge (at the end of Marshlands Rd (map) (map)
DescriptionLength: 28 miles; Elevation: 900feet;
Terrain: 2,3 Pace: T,M


Base of Dumbarton to Old Page Mill-Alpine Road (Starbucks on Avy)
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37985486


Meet at the parking lot at the base of the Dumbar

Although we will be riding across the bay, the specific route for this second Thursday of the month repeating ride will be posted here (with an attachment for you to print) as well as to the FFBC email groups (https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics ) once it is selected.  This is usually done a day or maybe two days before the ride.  Sometimes we ride without route sheets so we regroup as necessary and no one is left behind. 

For a flat ride we head through East Palo Alto and along a few paths to Shoreline Park for lunch or along the creek with a bit of shade. For a ride with climbing, we do Woodside Road, Sand Hill/Whisky Hill, Alpine Loop, Arastradero or Edgewood Road. Sometimes the climbing is optional. We always stop for coffee ($) and riders are welcome to head back on their own. 

Extreme temperatures, park closure, construction, rain, poor air quality 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


Send in your Primavera photos!

Jim Fehrle
 

Hi everybody,

If you have photos from Sunday's Primavera Century, we'd be delighted if you'd share them with us. We'll use them on the website. Please email your photos or a link to them (e.g. a Google Photos album) to photos@....  Let us know if you'd like us to credit you for the photos and the exact name to show.

Thanks,

Jim


Ride and Party: Thank You & Farewell Lori and Phil!

Milinda
 

Invitation 

 
What: Lori and Phil Sommer's going away ride and party 

Who: All FFBC members and cycling friends of Lori and Phil Sommer are invited to come celebrate the legacy they have created and good times shared for the past 20 years! 

When: Thursday, April 28th, 2022

    Ride: 9:30-12
    Festivities: 12 noon ‘til 2ish
Where: Nature Learning Center, Fremont, CA 94538, USA (map)
After the ride, proceed to Palms Pavilion picnic area #1, behind the water park, for food and festivities.

Details: We will have a short, celebratory 18 mile bicycle ride, then gather for a Mexican fiesta lunch and cake and fun activities. 
All are welcome to join the ride, cake and fun activities. If you would like lunch (tacos, rice and beans), there is a $5 charge per person. Please bring your own drink of choice.

    Ride details are posted on the FFBC Ride Calendar. PDF of the route is attached.
    Ride Leader: Ron Mitchell
    Riders meet at 9:30am. It will be about 18 miles with 1,038 feet of climbing.

What we need from you: 
  • Complete this form to indicate your intent for the festivities.


  • Lunch is $5 per person (includes taco bar, rice & beans). Indicate payment preference on the form.
  • Add a message for Lori’s memory book using the form.
  • Upload any pictures or videos of good times shared with Lori and Phil. Link to upload location: Thank you and Farewell to Lori and Phil
Thanks and looking forward to seeing you there!

The Fun Committee
Milinda, Randy, Ron, Jan and Liz


Route - TMCR

Lori Sommer
 

Hello Thursday Riders!

Join me as we ride to Old Page Mill, up Arastradero and down Alpine. So far the forecast is 30% rain at 10AM.  I'll check the forecast again by 7:30 AM so watch for an update.

I'm changing the start of the ride for next week...probably over to Pleasanton.  

Lori


Thursday, 14 April
09:30
 Thursday Morning Coffee Ride across the Dumbarton
WhenThu, 14 April, 09:30 – 14:00
WhereParking lot at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge (at the end of Marshlands Rd (map) (map)
DescriptionLength: 28 miles; Elevation: 900feet;
Terrain: 2,3 Pace: T,M


Base of Dumbarton to Old Page Mill-Alpine Road (Starbucks on Avy)
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37985486


Meet at the parking lot at the base of the Dumbar

Although we will be riding across the bay, the specific route for this second Thursday of the month repeating ride will be posted here (with an attachment for you to print) as well as to the FFBC email groups (https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics ) once it is selected.  This is usually done a day or maybe two days before the ride.  Sometimes we ride without route sheets so we regroup as necessary and no one is left behind. 

For a flat ride we head through East Palo Alto and along a few paths to Shoreline Park for lunch or along the creek with a bit of shade. For a ride with climbing, we do Woodside Road, Sand Hill/Whisky Hill, Alpine Loop, Arastradero or Edgewood Road. Sometimes the climbing is optional. We always stop for coffee ($) and riders are welcome to head back on their own. 

Extreme temperatures, park closure, construction, rain, poor air quality 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


Re: Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Becky Denevan
 

Yes, the Primavera is such a successful event because of all the volunteers, but we wouldn’t have so many loyal volunteers without the leadership of Andy Sass.  Andy makes everyone feel good about their contribution and he makes it a fun experience for us all.  

Thank you, Andy! 


On Apr 11, 2022, at 7:14 PM, Jan Leimert <jleimert@...> wrote:

And thank you, Andy, for your seemingly tireless effort and terrific leadership for the Pimavera!  It wouldn’t be the same without you!

Jan


On Apr 11, 2022, at 5:25 PM, Andrew Sass via groups.io <andrew.sass@...> wrote:


I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

Thank you

Andy Sass
2022 Primavera Chair



Re: Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Michael Farr
 

Congratulations to all.  Jobs well done.

On Mon, Apr 11, 2022 at 5:25 PM Andrew Sass via groups.io <andrew.sass=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

Thank you

Andy Sass
2022 Primavera Chair




--
Take care, Michael


Re: Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Vinnie Bacon
 

Thanks to the volunteers indeed. It was great as usual.

 

I was torn between volunteering and riding. I didn’t finish the 100k last time and it was a personal challenge to finish this time. I did! Even with the two Fremont Paseo Padre hills at mile 60!

 

Next year I’ll volunteer. 😊

 

Vinnie Bacon

e: vbacon@...

p: 510-796-8870

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io <info@ffbc.groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrew Sass via groups.io
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2022 5:25 PM
To: Ffbc Groups Info <info@ffbc.groups.io>
Subject: [public info] Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

 

I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

 

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

 

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

 

Thank you

 

Andy Sass

2022 Primavera Chair

 

 


Re: Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Betsy Borruso
 

Great time at Ed Levin rest stop!
Thanks to Julia & Liz for all their work & leadership!
Betsy Borruso

. "Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own."

- Charles Dickens


On Apr 11, 2022, at 20:12, Joe Banchero <huck-162@...> wrote:

Thank you Andy, great job.


On Apr 11, 2022, at 7:14 PM, Jan Leimert <jleimert@...> wrote:

And thank you, Andy, for your seemingly tireless effort and terrific leadership for the Pimavera!  It wouldn’t be the same without you!

Jan


On Apr 11, 2022, at 5:25 PM, Andrew Sass via groups.io <andrew.sass@...> wrote:


I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

Thank you

Andy Sass
2022 Primavera Chair



Re: UPDATED PDF - Short Notice Ride: Tuesday, April 12th Dumbarton to Woodside

Milinda
 

Updated PDF attached.

On Monday, April 11, 2022, 03:00:57 PM PDT, Milinda Mayfield via groups.io <lilpurpmil@...> wrote:



Join us for a fun, discovery ride tomorrow!  10am meet time for a 10:15 start.

Join us at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge for a ride to Woodside. Coffee at Woodside Bakery/Starbucks in the Sharon Shopping Center. 
Option, if you don't want the climbing to Whiskey Hill, you can go straight to coffee on the way to Whiskey Hill. 

Print the attached route sheet and/or download the route to your GPS device.

Tuesday, 12 April
010:00
       Discovery Ride across the Dumbarton
WhenTUE, 12 April, 10:00 – 14:30
WhereParking lot at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge (at the end of Marshlands Rd (map)
DescriptionLength: 28miles; Elevation gain: 1,025'
Terrain: 2,3 Pace: T/M
 
SPECIFIC ROUTE: Base of the Dumbarton to Woodside
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37343963


Meet at the parking lot at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge (at the end of Marshlands Road) and we will head across the bridge.  We will regroup as necessary and no one is left behind.  We will stop for coffee ($). 

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

Ron Razura (510) 579-1852
Milinda Mayfield (510) 368-0856


Re: Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Joe Banchero
 

Thank you Andy, great job.


On Apr 11, 2022, at 7:14 PM, Jan Leimert <jleimert@...> wrote:

And thank you, Andy, for your seemingly tireless effort and terrific leadership for the Pimavera!  It wouldn’t be the same without you!

Jan


On Apr 11, 2022, at 5:25 PM, Andrew Sass via groups.io <andrew.sass@...> wrote:


I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

Thank you

Andy Sass
2022 Primavera Chair



Re: Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Jan Leimert
 

And thank you, Andy, for your seemingly tireless effort and terrific leadership for the Pimavera!  It wouldn’t be the same without you!

Jan


On Apr 11, 2022, at 5:25 PM, Andrew Sass via groups.io <andrew.sass@...> wrote:


I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

Thank you

Andy Sass
2022 Primavera Chair



Thanks to the Primavera Volunteers

Andrew Sass
 

I have received feedback from many of the riders,, and one almost universal comments was what kind/helpful/cheerful/wonderful/numerous/caring/friendly/knowledgeable volunteers we had.  The ride would not have been a success without your efforts.  Thank you all for stepping up and covering two, or three shifts. 

Other than 3 paper cuts (one requiring a band-aid), there was only one injury.  That gentleman did finish the ride, checked in, and had a meal before getting checked out at the ER.  I did not hear of anyone getting lost, which was a testament to the route marking, signage, and course marshals.  And no one went home hungry, including the couple that rolled in after 6, with smiles on their faces and a meal waiting for them.  It takes a lot of effort to feed a thousand people.

For many, it was their first century ride.  They were elated.  

The only complaint I heard was about the wind for the last portion, and no one blamed FFBC.  We should all be grateful that today's weather did arrive a day early.  We were lucky with the weather and lucky to have such fine people supporting the ride.

Thank you

Andy Sass
2022 Primavera Chair



Re: Primavera

Debbie Frederick
 

Oh, I know the work; but I am so glad ALSO to see the picture of the last two riders. I checked on them as I drove down from the high school to lock the outhouses at the Spring Valley Fire station rest spot.

Even tho it was 6PM, they were still moving briskly north on N Park Victoria Dr, & declined a sag in, w/still smiles on their faces.

I love our club, & supporting even the very last riders!

Cheers to all, Debbie

-----Original Message-----
From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Banchero
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2022 3:41 PM
To: FFBC <info@ffbc.groups.io>
Subject: [public info] Primavera

Here’s a picture 7pm last night. Finished loading truck. Not pictured Andrew and Don who took food to Non profit Abode services.
Thanks to ALL who chipped in the last two hours, we were all tired .
Second Picture was taken 5 mins later as we were all leaving parking lot.
The last two riders (I think) who finished. LOVE the smiles.


Primavera

Joe Banchero
 

Here’s a picture 7pm last night. Finished loading truck. Not pictured Andrew and Don who took food to Non profit Abode services.
Thanks to ALL who chipped in the last two hours, we were all tired .
Second Picture was taken 5 mins later as we were all leaving parking lot.
The last two riders (I think) who finished. LOVE the smiles.


Short Notice Ride: Tuesday, April 12th Dumbarton to Woodside

Milinda
 


Join us for a fun, discovery ride tomorrow!  10am meet time for a 10:15 start.

Join us at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge for a ride to Woodside. Coffee at Woodside Bakery/Starbucks in the Sharon Shopping Center. 
Option, if you don't want the climbing to Whiskey Hill, you can go straight to coffee on the way to Whiskey Hill. 

Print the attached route sheet and/or download the route to your GPS device.

Tuesday, 12 April
010:00
       Discovery Ride across the Dumbarton
WhenTUE, 12 April, 10:00 – 14:30
WhereParking lot at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge (at the end of Marshlands Rd (map)
DescriptionLength: 28miles; Elevation gain: 1,025'
Terrain: 2,3 Pace: T/M
 
SPECIFIC ROUTE: Base of the Dumbarton to Woodside
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37343963


Meet at the parking lot at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge (at the end of Marshlands Road) and we will head across the bridge.  We will regroup as necessary and no one is left behind.  We will stop for coffee ($). 

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

Ron Razura (510) 579-1852
Milinda Mayfield (510) 368-0856

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