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LAS #4 - Route sheet

Lori Sommer
 

Good Afternoon ,

I know there are lots of ride options this Sunday but we'd love to have you join us for some beautiful scenery on LAS #4!  The route sheet is attached.  Please print it and bring it to the ride.  The route sheet is also attached as a PDF to the FFBC Ride Calendar posting under "more details".

We are heading to Calaveras (clockwise loop) with an optional trip to view the backside of the reservoir on Marsh Rd.  We have some members not wanting to ride through Niles Canyon.  If that is your situation, meet us in Sunol at our first restroom break.  Then you can do an out and back to The Wall/Marsh or arrange with someone to drive you to your car at the end of the ride.  As always, this is a no drop ride.  Slow climbers are welcome and encouraged!  

If you are driving to the start, please read the special parking instructions below.  

Thanks,

Lori



09:00
 LAS #4: Calaveras CW and Marsh
WhenSun, 23 February, 09:00 – 14:00
WhereSTART: Niles parking lot across from H St on Niles Blvd. **Special Parking Instructions Below (map)
DescriptionDescription:MILEAGE: 45 (40) 


ELEVATION GAIN: 2532' (2109')

START: Niles parking lot across from H St on Niles Blvd.  *Special Parking Instructions Below


Let's explore! Some of us haven't been on Calaveras for a while and also haven't seen the promised very nice view from Marsh Road. 

We will head through Niles Canyon early and make a pit stop in Sunol. Calaveras will be climbed in the clockwise direction and after descending The Wall, we will start up Felter Rd, but only to Marsh Rd. Marsh is a 4 mile out and back. We will stop at Starbucks in Milpitas for a break before heading back to Fremont using a mostly flat route. You can skip Felter and Marsh and reduce your mileage by 5 and your elevation by 400'.

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29019176

We will send out PDF versions of our ridewithgps.com route sheet  via email to FFBC’s https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics a few days before each ride. We ask that you print and bring it to the ride. The link to the route on ridewithgps is available for downloading and will have listed regroups for LAS #4.

We will maintain a Touring through Moderate pace (10 to 16 mph) on the flats. Slower climbers are welcome.  No drops and regroups as needed. Extreme weather or construction may modify the route and rain cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics by the ride leader 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.

**SPECIAL PARKING INSTRUCTIONS

In order to be good neighbors with the Niles Merchant Assoc. and not interfere with their customer parking, FFBC has agreed to park in different areas depending on the time of the week.
http://ffbc.org/rides/ride-start-locations/

Lori Sommer (510) 693-8624
Ken Goldman (510) 378-5027

Cue sheet for CCRS #6

Vanessa McDonnell
 

I had problems printing the cue sheet for tomorrow’s Cinderella training ride from the FFBC calendar.  In case anyone else is having problems printing it I’ve attached a PDF version to this email. It should print nicely on one page. 

V.



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PRS #8 Calaveras Adventures

Donna Luporini Kaplan
 

Join us for PRS #8 this Sunday, February 23rd. Lots of climbing on this one: 59 miles, 3900 ft., with a coffee/lunch stop at about Mile 44.

 

  • Riders need to be self-sufficient: please bring water and snacks, and know how to change a flat tire.
  • Start location is downtown Niles:  Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station between I and J Streets.
  • Cue sheet is attached. Please print your own copy.
  • RideWithGPS URL:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29067155  

 

Hope to see you there!

 

Donna, (415) 584-7621

Karen, (510) 604-1661

 

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PRS #8: Calaveras Adventures

When     Sun, 23 February, 8:30am – 3:00pm

Where    H Street & Niles Boulevard, H St & Niles Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536, USA (map)

Description   Length: 59 miles; Elevation: 3915 feet
Terrain: 4; Pace: M, M+

NOTE FOR WEEKEND RIDES: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station between I and J Streets.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. We'll warm up with short climbs in Fremont and to the Dog Park at Ed Levin County Park. We'll then climb Calaveras Rd and Felter Rd to the summit at Sierra Vista Park. We'll turn around and ride back, with detours onto Marsh Rd, The Wall, and Sandy Wool Lake.  We'll stop for a well-deserved break at Starbucks/Noah's in Milpitas. (Bring money for coffee/snacks.) 

Our coffee break is at mile 43.6 so bring plenty of water and snacks.  Don't expect cell phone service for long stretches.  Bring two tubes just in case!

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent 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.

M: Donna Kaplan:
luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M: Karen Tran:  
kltran@..., (510) 604-1661
M+ & B: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a 
sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.

 

New M pace ride this Sat - 2/22/2020

mbrasseur00
 

This Saturday the 22nd, we are changing up the route for the 4th Saturday of the month. Instead of the Calaveras CCW ride we will have the Palomares/EdenCyn/Foothill ride. 

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Instead of our usual Calaveras Counter Clockwise ride, we will ride over Palomares and out and back on Eden Canyon. Then over Dublin Canyon to Laurel Creek for a restroom break at The Preserve Staging Area on Laurel Creek. Then down Foothill with a stop at the Verona Bridge for the view and to Sunol for coffee at the lovely Casa Bella Bistro. Then back through Niles Canyon.

Note:  The food stop is at mile 32 though
 we will stop  at the restroom at the Preserve Staging Area (mile 23.6) so make sure to bring plenty of water and a snack.

M Pace
Length: 39 miles; Elevation: 2489 feet
Terrain: 3, 4; Pace: M

Meet in Niles.

Hope to see you for the ride,
Mike

CCRS #6 - Peninsula Loops on Saturday

Vanessa McDonnell
 

Join Colin and me on Saturday for the 6th ride in the Cinderella Conditioning Ride Series. This week we’ll be doing some fun loops around the peninsula (39 miles, 2,018’ elevation gain). The weather should be perfect for riding! Ride details, including the RideWithGPS link and the cue sheet are on the FFBC ride calendar. Please print your own cue sheet or download the GPX/FIT file to your favorite bike computer (or phone).
If 39 miles isn’t challenging enough meet Colin at Don Edwards and ride with him to the official start (Bayfront park). Colin will be leaving from the upper, larger parking lot @7:45. 

V.
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Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Ride

Lori Sommer
 

Hey Coffee Riders,

This will be one of the last rides starting from Sprouts for a while.  Tomorrow, we will head to Mission Coffee via some neighborhood hills.  The route sheet is attached.  As always, you are welcome to join along the way, skip hills, leave early or just meet us for coffee.  




Thursday, 20 February
09:30
 Thursday Morning Coffee Ride From Sprouts
WhenThu, 20 February, 09:30 – 13:30
WhereSprouts Farmers Market, 6399 Jarvis Ave, Newark, CA 94560, USA (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

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

MMRR- February 17th

Donna Luporini Kaplan
 

Hello-

Tomorrow we will meet on Isherwood Way, across the road from the Isherwood Staging Area.  We will be going to Tous Les Jours for our coffee break.

We hope you can join us.

Donna & Robin

 

Please print the attached route sheet or download the RideWithGPS route:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31800028

 

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Monday Morning Recovery Ride

When    Mon, 17 February, 8:30am – 12:30pm

Where   Isherwood Staging Area, 2200 Isherwood Way, Fremont, CA 94536, USA (map)

Description   DescriptionLength: ~37-40 miles; Elevation: ~700-1200 feet
Terrain: 1, 2; Pace: M

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start, across from the Isherwood Staging Area (on Isherwood Way up from the Alameda Creek Trail and near Paseo Padre Pkwy.)

Enjoy an easy-going ride down Paseo Padre with a regroup at the Chevron station at the corner of Paseo Padre and Stevenson. Continue down Paseo Padre to the next regroup at Grimmer. Then it's a flat ride to south Fremont and to our chosen coffee stop.  Then we will make our way to Coyote Hills Regional Park with a final regroup at the picnic tables on the Coyote Creek Trail. 

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

 

Robin O'Hara: rjohara6@..., (510) 418-2669

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

 

Hold your spot for 2020

Lori Sommer
 

Hey FFBC,

Here is an opportunity to hold a spot for this year’s Tour de Fuzz. Come join the fun ride and the relaxing after party. I promise there will be cake!  Saturday, September 12th. 

Lori




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Just in case you did not get the email. 

Jay Gilson

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Loyal Fuzzie - Save your Spot for Tour de Fuzz 2020. You make our good work possible. 


Hold your spot for the September 12, 2020 TdF, just fill out this pre-registration form (click to open), by February 29. 


Thanks to you, our popular annual ride sells out quick. The fact is, that hundreds couldn’t get in last year, as the venue is limited to 1,300 riders. So, click the link above and you'll be guaranteed a place once we open up registration.


No need for money now. We’ll send you a “guaranteed spot” confirmation to register before we open to the public. And this year, we're cookin' up something new—our infamous food prepared by Guy Fieri. You won't want to miss it.


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As we start this new decade, we want to thank YOU. Your past participation in Tour de Fuzz made it possible for our chaplains to serve hundreds of fire victims affected by tragedy and loss. Tour de Fuzz (TdF) is the chaplaincy program’s primary funding source, so 24/7—365, it’s your support that makes their community presence and service even possible.


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Street Story: A Platform for Community Engagement | SafeTREC

David Fishbaugh
 

Street Story is a community engagement tool that enables cyclists, pedestrians and other transportation users to report incidents and hazards.  My understanding is that CalTrans, some municipalities and other agencies pay attention to the public input and act upon them.  Sooner or later many of us may find a use for such a tool.  Check it out.
Dave Fishbaugh


https://safetrec.berkeley.edu/tools/street-story-platform-community-engagement

Street Story: A Platform for Community Engagement

Share stories about where you've been in a crash or near miss, or where you feel safe or unsafe traveling using our Street Story tool.

Street Story

Street Story(link is external) is a community engagement tool that allows residents, community groups and agencies to collect information about transportation collisions, near-misses, general hazards and safe locations to travel. To promote access to the tool, SafeTREC conducts technical assistance with communities and organizations on using Street Story. Street Story is free to use and publicly accessible.

Street Story features a survey where people can record travel experiences. Once a record has been entered, the information is publicly accessible on the website with maps and tables that can be downloaded.

Community organizations and agencies can use this information as part of qualitative information gathering approaches for local needs assessments, transportation safety planning efforts, safety programs and project proposals. In order to help ensure access to the tool, we work directly with community organizations across California to incorporate the Street Story tool into their existing projects and programs(link is external)We provide in-person workshops, webinars, and one-on-one assistance. 

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The program was created by a team of city planners, public health professionals, engineers, social welfare experts and computer scientists at UC Berkeley’s Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC). As it is a relatively new tool, we are continually evaluating how it is used and exploring what changes may need to be made to strengthen it.

Street Story is available in any city or county in California. If you are interested in learning how your own community can use Street Story, please contact Jill Cooper at streetstory@...(link sends e-mail).

Visit Street Story at: https://streetstory.berkeley.edu/(link is external)

Street Story at Work

Street Story is being used to complement transportation safety efforts in a number of communities across California. To learn more about how Street Story is being used, visit our SafeTREC in the News page.

Street Story Technical Assistance

We offer in-person and online trainings to assist organizations in finding ways to use the Street Story tool that fit specific community needs. If you are interested in learning more about Street Story and opportunities for collaboration, please email streetstory@...(link sends e-mail).

Upcoming events and recordings of past Street Story webinars:

  • August 7, 2019 - Street Story at Work: How Communities are Using the Tool. In this webinar, you'll hear from UC Berkeley SafeTREC, California Walks, Bike Bakersfield and Humboldt County's Coalition for Responsible Transportation Priorities how community organizations are learning about local transportation safety issues from their community members via Street Story. The presenters will also share ideas about how you can use Street Story in community engagement activities. Watch the webinar(link is external).
  • July 17, 2019 - Introducing Street Story: A Tool for Community Engagement. In this webinar, you will hear about how Street Story works, and learn about ideas on how you can use Street Story in community engagement activities. Watch the webinar(link is external).
  • February 5, 2019 - Active Transportation Resource Center (ATRC) Webinar. Watch the recording: Street Story: A Platform for Community Engagement(link is external)

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What is Street Story?

Street Story is a community engagement tool where individuals can anonymously report collisions, near-misses and places they feel safe or unsafe. Organizations can use the tool as qualitative data for transportation safety advocacy, outreach, education, planning and evaluation.

Street Story is not a substitute for reporting collisions to the police.


Why Street Story?

Stories can provide rich and important qualitative information about transportation safety issues that we may not be able to learn about from traditional data sources.

Street Story allows individuals to record narratives, geographical and categorical information about their transportation experiences, and then stores this information in publicly accessible maps and tables. Entries can be easily recorded and shared with community partners.


How was Street Story created?

SafeTREC researchers recognized that community members have a wealth of information about transportation safety. Street Story is designed to help residents and community organizations record and understand this kind of information. Street Story was created with significant input from members of the public, community organizations, city and county agencies, and industry experts.


How will the information be used?

The information collected on Street Story is publicly accessible, and is designed to be used as qualitative input for transportation safety needs assessments, program development, grant writing, planning efforts, evaluations, etc. SafeTREC may use the data for transportation safety research.


Is Street Story available in multiple languages?

The online version of Street Story is currently only available in English. A paper version of Street Story is available in Spanish. Over the next year, we hope to create an online version of Street Story in Spanish.


How can I get involved?

For more information about how to use Street Story, check out our Street Story Starter Kit(link is external), or email streetstory@...(link sends e-mail).


What’s next?

The Street Story team is working directly with organizations to collect community input using the tool.  As we learn how Street Story is being used, we are making improvements to the program.

For the latest news and updates on Street Story, please sign up for the SafeTREC newsletter(link is external).

Research and Publications

The following publications describe research conducted by SafeTREC and partners on crowdsourced data:

UC Berkeley's Center for Technology, Society & Policy(link is external) funded research conducted by SafeTREC researchers Aditya Medury, Kate Beck and Jesus Barajas on Race and Income Disparities in Crowdsourced Traffic Safety in 2017.

Crashes on and Near College Campuses: A Comparative Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety(link is external). Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Aditya Medury, Camille Fink, Offer Grembek, Kevan Shafizadeh, Norman Wong, & Phyllis Orrick. Journal of the American Planning Association Vol. 80, Iss. 3, 2014.

Investigating the underreporting of pedestrian and bicycle safety crashes in and around university campuses-a crowdsourcing approach(link is external). Aditya Medury, Offer Grembek, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, & Kevan Shafizadeh. Accident Analysis and Prevention (2017), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2017.08.014(link is external).

 

Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


Great Divide Ride - Seeking 1 or 2 Riders

Will Uher
 

Adventure Cycling's Great Divide Sections 5 & 6 - 2020

Seeking 1 or 2 riders to join us.  Male or Female. Trip is fully planned.  We have a 4X4 Support Vehicle so biking will be cush.  Join 3 guys from SF East Bay Bike Club.  We haul bikes, luggage, gear.  Share vehicle and common expenses.

Ride with us from Salida, CO to the Mexico Border.  May 9 - June 12.  918 miles, 42 miles avg per day.  For us these sections complete the Route from Banff to Mexico.

Depart San Francisco East Bay May 9, pick up support vehicle, depart Truckee, CA May 10, arrive Salida, CO May 11.  Start ride May 13.  Ride 22 days.  Plus 4 Rest/layover days.  Arrive Mexico Border (Columbus, NM) June 7.  Depart for home June 10.  Arrive Truckee, CA June 11.  Arrive SF East Bay June 12. Text or call Clay 818-266-2660.

Will Uher  FFBC Member willuher@...

Clay Dunning  VS Member claydunning@...

Portola Loop - Saturday Feb 15 - M Pace

mbrasseur00
 

If you just like to ride or you have a Valentine's Day hangover that you need to work off or just realized that you screwed up and forgot Valentine's Day (shame on you, she/he/they deserves better), please join Gary, David and me on the Portola Loop ride this Saturday, Feb 15th. Coffee stop in the Sharon Park shopping center at Woodside Bakery or if you are into that big corporate machine thing, Starbucks. The weather currently looks to be very nice as in why we live here in the Bay Area and deal with this traffic nice and for February when the rest of the country is freezing their tushys off but if the weather decides to be difficult, we send a cancellation email either Friday night or by 7am on Saturday . 

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

M Pace
~42 miles with ~1600 ft elevation


Please print the route sheet below for the ride.

Hope to see you there.

Mike, Gary, and David

Re: Exploring - Thursday Morning Coffee Ride

Lori Sommer
 

Barry,
We had a great time on the route you and Larry came up with!  Thanks so much.  We made a couple of modifications.  Instead of staying on the path through University and Willow (and having to walk our bikes or risk a ticket) we decided after our regroup at the benches to go under the Dumbarton, ride along 84 and take the path behind FaceBook then use their bike path under 84 to get onto Willow.  It worked will.  After coffee, we decided to take the trail along the bay because it was a beautiful day. 
Thanks for sharing!  I hope you're feeling better soon and can join us.
Lori

On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 4:53 PM Lori Sommer via Groups.Io <lorimsommer=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Thanks, Barry!

Lori

On Feb 12, 2020, at 4:10 PM, Baruch Saeed <baruch.saeed@...> wrote:


I edited the rough slightly and added a few more cues.  The link is the same:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31681559.

Attached is the cue sheet.  Please print your own copy (and one for a friend) so Lori won't have to print so many.  

On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 10:02 AM Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:
Hi,

Barry sent me a route a few weeks ago and thought it would be great for Thursday and a different option than the basic Shoreline we don't do very often anymore.  Want to try something new? Per Barry, the Wilkie Way Bicycle Bridge is very nice and is part of a signed bike route to Mountain View and Permanente Creek Trail.  I'll print some route sheets.  Please download the route to your gps.


Hope to see you tomorrow.  

Lori

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CCRS #5 Alum Rock Park

Becky Smith
 

 

Hello Cinderella Training Riders!

 

This Saturday (2/15) we will be riding to Alum Rock Park. We will meet at the Fremont REI at 8:30 AM and roll at 8:45 sharp. The weather calls for mostly sunny skies with low winds and a high of 68-degrees. Be sure to wear layers. We will stop for coffee at Noah’s and Starbucks in Milpitas, so bring money.

 

Attached is the route sheet. We will bring extra route sheets with us. This is a no-drop ride.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

Sydney, Becky S., and Steve

 

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When: Sat, 15 February, 8:30am – 1:00pm

Where: REI, 43962 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538

Description: Length: 35 miles; Elevation: 1490 feet

Terrain: 2, 3; 

Pace: T, M

 

Join us for a ride down to beautiful Alum Rock Park. This perennial club favorite winds its way along the foothills to San Jose. Once in the park we’ll re-group at the Visitor’s Center and then take the paved trail behind it up to Inspiration Point. On our way back we’ll stop for coffee so bring money for a snack.  This ride is open to all club members.

The cue sheet is attached to this calendar event.  Please print and bring your own copy.

RidewithGPS URL:
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/12297655
 
Rain or significant chance of rain cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to
https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

Sydney Friedenberg
sydneyf50@... 510-299-1611
Becky Smith
metalcowgurl@... 510-449-9892
Steve Snyder: 
hockeyhouse99@..., (510) 928-5929

 

PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464







PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464







PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464







PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464







PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464







PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464







PRS #7 - Del Valle

Pat
 

This week’s PRS #7 ride takes us to beautiful Del Valle Reservoir.
Please print the cue sheet below and bring your own copy.



PRS #7: Del Valle
Sunday, February 168:30am – 3:00pm
                   Start Location: Kilkare Rd & Main St, Sunol, CA 94586, USA
Description:Length: 61 miles; Elevation: 3357 feet
Terrain: 3; Pace: M, M+, B

NOTE: Riders arriving by car are asked to park in the unpaved parking area south of the train station.  Additional parking is available along Main Street.  Please do not park at the train station or the Casa Bella parking lot.

Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. Enjoy the Livermore Valley as we climb and descend Del Valle Rd to our destination of Lake Del Valle Marina.  After climbing and descending out of the park, we will do the beautiful Cross Rd/Patterson Pass loop.  Bring money for coffee and snacks. 
  
RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31486421

Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics 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.

M: Pat Wai: patbikes59@..., (925) 784-9192
M: Donna Kaplan: luporini@..., (415) 584-7621
M+: Show & Go.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form.
B:  Tim O’Hara: Timorides2@..., (510) 471-2464