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Re: [member discussion] [public info] Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Glenn Kirby
 

I think I will carry this when riding that route in the future:


Glenn Kirby



On Jan 28, 2020, at 4:20 PM, Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:

Since 2010, bicycling is supposed to be legal in crosswalks and "bicycle path crossings":


This bill would define a “bicycle path crossing” as either that portion of a roadway included within the prolongation or connection of the boundary lines of a bike path, as defined, at intersections where the intersecting roadways meet at approximately right angles or as any portion of a roadway distinctly indicated for bicycle crossing by lines or other markings on the surface, except as specified.
This bill would also permit the operation of bicycles on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing.
21650(g) This section does not prohibit the operation of bicycles on any shoulder of a highway, on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing, where the operation is not otherwise prohibited by this code or local ordinance.

That location is certainly a "bicycle path crossing". The bill/law says nothing about direction. If they meant for you to walk your bike when facing traffic, I think they would have written it that way. Laws are supposed to be obvious, not logic puzzles.

(But I totally get not wanting to get into a legal discussion with police officers.)

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 3:33 PM Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

Jay Gilson





Re: Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Jay Gilson
 

In the law you cite there is a section that says... "...crosswalk or bicycle path crossing, where the operation is not otherwise prohibited by this code or local ordinance."

Maybe there is a local ordinance that is more restrictive than the state rules.

I don't know and the most important issue is there is an easy way to avoid a ticket... just walk your bike.

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 4:27 PM Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:
And if it's illegal to ride through the crossing when facing traffic, it would also be illegal to ride when facing traffic ALONG THE ENTIRE PATH. We'd have to walk our bikes from Fremont to Menlo Park, because the path is on the left side of the road.

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 4:20 PM Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:
Since 2010, bicycling is supposed to be legal in crosswalks and "bicycle path crossings":


This bill would define a “bicycle path crossing” as either that portion of a roadway included within the prolongation or connection of the boundary lines of a bike path, as defined, at intersections where the intersecting roadways meet at approximately right angles or as any portion of a roadway distinctly indicated for bicycle crossing by lines or other markings on the surface, except as specified.
This bill would also permit the operation of bicycles on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing.
21650(g) This section does not prohibit the operation of bicycles on any shoulder of a highway, on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing, where the operation is not otherwise prohibited by this code or local ordinance.

That location is certainly a "bicycle path crossing". The bill/law says nothing about direction. If they meant for you to walk your bike when facing traffic, I think they would have written it that way. Laws are supposed to be obvious, not logic puzzles.

(But I totally get not wanting to get into a legal discussion with police officers.)

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 3:33 PM Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

Jay Gilson


Re: [member discussion] [public info] Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Nick Laszlo
 

You know that a city has no real crime to speak of when the cops are this bored!  I think it’s even more so in Woodside.  The motorcycle cops in Woodside are true predators when it comes to harassing cyclists!  I have gotten 2 tickets over the years while riding my bike in Woodside.

 

IMHO,

 

Nick

 

From: Amit Banerjee
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 5:12 PM
To: Jay Gilson
Cc: FFBC List; FFBC IO List
Subject: Re: [member discussion] [public info] Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

 

Hi Jay,

They must have thought of you guys as the kids from Fremont :)

 

 

- Amit 

 

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 3:32 PM Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:

Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

 

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

 

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

 

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

 

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

 

Jay Gilson

 

 

 

Re: Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Amit Banerjee
 


On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 3:32 PM Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

Jay Gilson


Re: Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Michael Graff
 

And if it's illegal to ride through the crossing when facing traffic, it would also be illegal to ride when facing traffic ALONG THE ENTIRE PATH. We'd have to walk our bikes from Fremont to Menlo Park, because the path is on the left side of the road.


On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 4:20 PM Michael Graff <michael.graff@...> wrote:
Since 2010, bicycling is supposed to be legal in crosswalks and "bicycle path crossings":


This bill would define a “bicycle path crossing” as either that portion of a roadway included within the prolongation or connection of the boundary lines of a bike path, as defined, at intersections where the intersecting roadways meet at approximately right angles or as any portion of a roadway distinctly indicated for bicycle crossing by lines or other markings on the surface, except as specified.
This bill would also permit the operation of bicycles on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing.
21650(g) This section does not prohibit the operation of bicycles on any shoulder of a highway, on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing, where the operation is not otherwise prohibited by this code or local ordinance.

That location is certainly a "bicycle path crossing". The bill/law says nothing about direction. If they meant for you to walk your bike when facing traffic, I think they would have written it that way. Laws are supposed to be obvious, not logic puzzles.

(But I totally get not wanting to get into a legal discussion with police officers.)

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 3:33 PM Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

Jay Gilson


Re: Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Michael Graff
 

Since 2010, bicycling is supposed to be legal in crosswalks and "bicycle path crossings":


This bill would define a “bicycle path crossing” as either that portion of a roadway included within the prolongation or connection of the boundary lines of a bike path, as defined, at intersections where the intersecting roadways meet at approximately right angles or as any portion of a roadway distinctly indicated for bicycle crossing by lines or other markings on the surface, except as specified.
This bill would also permit the operation of bicycles on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing.
21650(g) This section does not prohibit the operation of bicycles on any shoulder of a highway, on any sidewalk, on any bicycle path within a highway, or along any crosswalk or bicycle path crossing, where the operation is not otherwise prohibited by this code or local ordinance.

That location is certainly a "bicycle path crossing". The bill/law says nothing about direction. If they meant for you to walk your bike when facing traffic, I think they would have written it that way. Laws are supposed to be obvious, not logic puzzles.

(But I totally get not wanting to get into a legal discussion with police officers.)

On Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 3:33 PM Jay Gilson <jaymgilson@...> wrote:
Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

Jay Gilson


Heads-up - cross walk by Facebook and potential moving violation citation

Jay Gilson
 

Last week on the Tuesday hills ride we had an interesting encounter with the Menlo Park police.  

We were heading west bound on the bike path with the intent to turn left on Willow (the normal path that so many of our rides utilize).  We waited for the light and the  WALK indicator to change.  As we had done the in the past, we got on our bikes and rode in the crosswalk, and proceeded to turn left onto Willow as we have done a hundred times before.  On the shoulder there were two Menlo cops and they stopped us.  

After an extended discussion the message from the police is to walk the bike in the crosswalk both at Willow and University.  The primary issue they had was us riding our bikes against traffic.  I think the congestion at the Willow intersection with the increase in cars going into Facebook, the Facebook bikes, the Facebook pedestrians and I am sure a myriad number of incidents, the police are really cracking down. Luckily we avoided a ticket(s).

To avoid walking I suppose you could cross at University (walking your bike) to the north side of HWY 84, ride around Facebook on the bay side and then ride through the Facebook tunnel or use the crosswalk (and I guess you can ride as you will be going with traffic at that point).  Or you just walk in the crosswalk at Willow.

Just be aware this looks to be a big issue with the Menlo Park Police and I am sure it they catch a bicyclist doing what we did a likely outcome is a ticket....

Jay Gilson


PRS 4 Make-up ride

Barry
 

Some M+ riders braved the early morning rain today and were rewarded with a nice ride up San Felipe and to the Metcalf Motorcycle Park.  The rest of us went straight to coffee. :)

We will be doing a make-up, M-paced PRS #4 this Thursday, meeting at 9 a.m. and rolling at 9:15 a.m.  If you are interested, the details are on the FFBC calendar.

PRS 04 - ON

Terri Yi
 

It looks like that rain may be over by the time of the start. The road will be wet and please be cautious.

Terri Yi

Re: February Ride Calendar

Terri Yi
 

You must log into your FFBC membership account to receive the discount.

On Jan 23, 2020, at 9:45 PM, Robert Miller <Robert.miller7@...> wrote:


Geraldine,

If by jersey, you mean a Primavera Jersey - anyone can buy one on the website at


Members get the jerseys at a discount. Orders close on 2/16.

If you volunteer for the Primavera then you will get a Primavera T-shirt for your effort.

On Jan 23, 2020, at 8:54 PM, Geraldine Serrano via Groups.Io <Msg4deen@...> wrote:

Can we buy the jersey if we volunteer?

On Jan 23, 2020, at 5:37 PM, Barry <baruch.saeed@...> wrote:



Thanks January ride leaders!

Effective next Sunday, the "Women's Social Ride" will become the "Social Show & Go."  The ride is typically well-attended , but usually no one signs up to lead until a few days ahed of time, if at all.  The Tuesday Show & Go has many of the same riders and functions well, so we are copying that model.  

We need a ride leader for Calaveras CCW, M Pace, on February 22.  Please contact me if you are willing to lead this ride.

Don't forget to sign up to volunteer for the Primavera at Primavera – Volunteers.  Volunteering entitles you join the Primavera Workers' Ride on April 11.  The Workers' Ride has the same routes as the Primavera without the crowds, and it has snack stops and SAG support.  See the calendar for details.

Ride leaders:  If you led a ride in 2019, you are invited to the Ride Leader Appreciation Party at Bronco Billy's on February 23.  See the calendar for details.

Sat Brisk Show and Go Suggestion

Tim OHara
 

How about an out and back to the false summit on Calaveras like the M's?  We can even have a hard hitter option which includes going up Old Calaveras. 

Tim and Robin on the tandem

Re: February Ride Calendar

Robert Miller
 

Geraldine,

If by jersey, you mean a Primavera Jersey - anyone can buy one on the website at


Members get the jerseys at a discount. Orders close on 2/16.

If you volunteer for the Primavera then you will get a Primavera T-shirt for your effort.

On Jan 23, 2020, at 8:54 PM, Geraldine Serrano via Groups.Io <Msg4deen@...> wrote:

Can we buy the jersey if we volunteer?

On Jan 23, 2020, at 5:37 PM, Barry <baruch.saeed@...> wrote:



Thanks January ride leaders!

Effective next Sunday, the "Women's Social Ride" will become the "Social Show & Go."  The ride is typically well-attended , but usually no one signs up to lead until a few days ahed of time, if at all.  The Tuesday Show & Go has many of the same riders and functions well, so we are copying that model.  

We need a ride leader for Calaveras CCW, M Pace, on February 22.  Please contact me if you are willing to lead this ride.

Don't forget to sign up to volunteer for the Primavera at Primavera – Volunteers.  Volunteering entitles you join the Primavera Workers' Ride on April 11.  The Workers' Ride has the same routes as the Primavera without the crowds, and it has snack stops and SAG support.  See the calendar for details.

Ride leaders:  If you led a ride in 2019, you are invited to the Ride Leader Appreciation Party at Bronco Billy's on February 23.  See the calendar for details.

Re: February Ride Calendar

Geraldine Serrano
 

Can we buy the jersey if we volunteer?

On Jan 23, 2020, at 5:37 PM, Barry <baruch.saeed@...> wrote:



Thanks January ride leaders!

Effective next Sunday, the "Women's Social Ride" will become the "Social Show & Go."  The ride is typically well-attended , but usually no one signs up to lead until a few days ahed of time, if at all.  The Tuesday Show & Go has many of the same riders and functions well, so we are copying that model.  

We need a ride leader for Calaveras CCW, M Pace, on February 22.  Please contact me if you are willing to lead this ride.

Don't forget to sign up to volunteer for the Primavera at Primavera – Volunteers.  Volunteering entitles you join the Primavera Workers' Ride on April 11.  The Workers' Ride has the same routes as the Primavera without the crowds, and it has snack stops and SAG support.  See the calendar for details.

Ride leaders:  If you led a ride in 2019, you are invited to the Ride Leader Appreciation Party at Bronco Billy's on February 23.  See the calendar for details.

February Ride Calendar

Barry
 

Thanks January ride leaders!

Effective next Sunday, the "Women's Social Ride" will become the "Social Show & Go."  The ride is typically well-attended , but usually no one signs up to lead until a few days ahed of time, if at all.  The Tuesday Show & Go has many of the same riders and functions well, so we are copying that model.  

We need a ride leader for Calaveras CCW, M Pace, on February 22.  Please contact me if you are willing to lead this ride.

Don't forget to sign up to volunteer for the Primavera at Primavera – Volunteers.  Volunteering entitles you join the Primavera Workers' Ride on April 11.  The Workers' Ride has the same routes as the Primavera without the crowds, and it has snack stops and SAG support.  See the calendar for details.

Ride leaders:  If you led a ride in 2019, you are invited to the Ride Leader Appreciation Party at Bronco Billy's on February 23.  See the calendar for details.

CCRS #2 (Cinderella training) on Saturday

Vanessa McDonnell
 

Saturday is our second Cinderella training ride. Currently the forecast shows rain coming in on Saturday night so we should be good to ride to Alviso (and back) on Saturday morning :-) Ride details are on the FFBC calendar (http://ffbc.org/rides/ride-calendar-display/). The RideWithGPS link is below and the route sheet is attached. Please print your own route sheet, I will only bring 2-3 for non members. Our coffee stop will be at Starbucks at the end of the ride.

If the forecast changes and there’s a significant chance of rain I will cancel by 7am on Saturday morning. No email means the ride is on.

Hope to see lots of familiar faces, and some new ones on Saturday.

Vanessa

RidewithGPS URL: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29229490 

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Sat. 1/25, Calaveras CCW to False Summit - M pace

mbrasseur00
 

This Saturday we will have a ride to the false summit on Calaveras Rd and back. Then we will return and have coffee at Starbucks and Noah’s Bagels on N. Milpitas Blvd. We will meet in Niles at 8:30am with wheels rolling at 8:45am.


Start in Downtown Niles parking lot across from H St on Niles Blvd. (map)

49 miles; Elevation: 3061 feet

Pace: 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 will ride CCW to the Calaveras False Summit, then we will turn back.  Coffee at Noah's/Starbucks in Milpitas.

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 being cancelled (no email means the ride is on). 

RideWithGPS:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31799271

Hope to see you there,

Mike and Louis

Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Ride

Lori Sommer
 

Hello Coffee Riders,
Dale will be joining us tomorrow!  We will do a route that has lots of options - Sunol to Peet's in Pleasanton via Kilkare, Happy Valley and Bernal Bump.  You can u-turn anytime on Kilkare, skip the climb up to the golf course (and of course the water tower) and also avoid the Bernal Bump by heading straight to coffee - pick and choose and make the ride fun and doable for you. See you tomorrow at 9:30AM.
Lori

Thursday, January 23
9:30am
 Thursday Morning Coffee Ride - Sunol Start
WhenThu, January 23, 9:30am – 1:30pm
WhereSunol Train Station (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

This week the route starts from the gravel lot across from the Sunol Train Station. 

There are lots of places we can go and sometimes a portion of the climbing is optional and mileage can be reduced. Our favorite destinations include the Corner Bakery or Peet's via Kilkare, the water tower and Bernal Bump or maybe out to Panama Red Coffee in Livermore by way of Sycamore Grove/Holdener Park or the climbs out by Signal Hill and the fun descent on Croak Road with lunch at Panera in Livermore. Another favorite is Denica's in Dublin via Windemere. Bring $ for coffee or 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
     

Re: Two and Half Bridges Updates

Robert Miller
 

Additional info on Bart. You take the Richmond train to Bayfair. Leaves warm springs at 7:28 and Fremont at 7:34.

On Jan 19, 2020, at 3:03 PM, Colin Moy <moyboys@...> wrote:


Good Afternoon,
BART indicates tomorrow will be a 'modified' Saturday schedule, so you need to transfer at BayFair BART, I'll see you all there.  I cleaned up the RideGPS and included the .tcx or .fit files to copy / drop into your Garmin/new file folder and print out your own cue sheet.

I have about 7 or 8 RSVPs and the weather will be dry, albeit cold.

See you tomorrow.
Colin


Two and a Half Bridges
Monday, January 20 8:30am – 4:00pm
Description:Length: 56 miles; Elevation: 1,800 feet;
Terrain: 3,4 Pace: M,B

Today is a holiday, so less BART and people traffic. Meet at Philz Coffee at 8:30 a.m. on Market Street @ Front St in San Francisco, near the Embarcadero BART station.  BART's weekend/holiday GREEN LINE train leaves Fremont at 7:36am and arrives at 8:22am. Board towards the last few cars, and I'll look for you to sign-in. 

We will cross the Golden Gate and ride through Tiburon to our rest stop at Larkspur Landing (Shake Shack, Marin Brewing, Starbucks, or other) after mile 25. Then we'll cross the San Rafael-Richmond Bridge, follow the San Francisco Bay Trail, take the Bay Bridge trail out-back, and end our ride at McArthur BART.  (With optional food stop in Emeryville before our BART ride home.)

Please RSVP so I can expect to wait if your train is delayed.

RidewithGPS URL:
 

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.

Colin Moy moyboys@... 510-690-7749


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Two and Half Bridges Updates

Colin Moy
 

Sorry folks, senior moment.  Here's pdf of cue sheet.  Just to be clear, M-pace riders are welcome.  Some B's coming, but they'll have to wait.

Colin

---------- Original Message ----------
From: Colin Moy <moyboys@...>
To: info@ffbc.groups.io
Date: January 19, 2020 at 3:03 PM
Subject: [public info] Two and Half Bridges Updates

Good Afternoon,
BART indicates tomorrow will be a 'modified' Saturday schedule, so you need to transfer at BayFair BART, I'll see you all there.  I cleaned up the RideGPS and included the .tcx or .fit files to copy / drop into your Garmin/new file folder and print out your own cue sheet.

I have about 7 or 8 RSVPs and the weather will be dry, albeit cold.

See you tomorrow.
Colin

 

Two and a Half Bridges
Monday, January 20 8:30am – 4:00pm
Description:Length: 56 miles; Elevation: 1,800 feet;
Terrain: 3,4 Pace: M,B

Today is a holiday, so less BART and people traffic. Meet at Philz Coffee at 8:30 a.m. on Market Street @ Front St in San Francisco, near the Embarcadero BART station.  BART's weekend/holiday GREEN LINE train leaves Fremont at 7:36am and arrives at 8:22am. Board towards the last few cars, and I'll look for you to sign-in. 

We will cross the Golden Gate and ride through Tiburon to our rest stop at Larkspur Landing (Shake Shack, Marin Brewing, Starbucks, or other) after mile 25. Then we'll cross the San Rafael-Richmond Bridge, follow the San Francisco Bay Trail, take the Bay Bridge trail out-back, and end our ride at McArthur BART.  (With optional food stop in Emeryville before our BART ride home.)

Please RSVP so I can expect to wait if your train is delayed.

RidewithGPS URL:
 

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.

Colin Moy moyboys@... 510-690-7749



 

Two and Half Bridges Updates

Colin Moy
 

Good Afternoon,
BART indicates tomorrow will be a 'modified' Saturday schedule, so you need to transfer at BayFair BART, I'll see you all there.  I cleaned up the RideGPS and included the .tcx or .fit files to copy / drop into your Garmin/new file folder and print out your own cue sheet.

I have about 7 or 8 RSVPs and the weather will be dry, albeit cold.

See you tomorrow.
Colin


Two and a Half Bridges
Monday, January 20 8:30am – 4:00pm
Description:Length: 56 miles; Elevation: 1,800 feet;
Terrain: 3,4 Pace: M,B

Today is a holiday, so less BART and people traffic. Meet at Philz Coffee at 8:30 a.m. on Market Street @ Front St in San Francisco, near the Embarcadero BART station.  BART's weekend/holiday GREEN LINE train leaves Fremont at 7:36am and arrives at 8:22am. Board towards the last few cars, and I'll look for you to sign-in. 

We will cross the Golden Gate and ride through Tiburon to our rest stop at Larkspur Landing (Shake Shack, Marin Brewing, Starbucks, or other) after mile 25. Then we'll cross the San Rafael-Richmond Bridge, follow the San Francisco Bay Trail, take the Bay Bridge trail out-back, and end our ride at McArthur BART.  (With optional food stop in Emeryville before our BART ride home.)

Please RSVP so I can expect to wait if your train is delayed.

RidewithGPS URL:
 

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.

Colin Moy moyboys@... 510-690-7749