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The Day After “The Day on the Ride”
32.5 Miles, Rolling Hills
Meet: 7:30 AMAM
Ride-Out: 8:00 AM
Heavy Rain Cancels
The Marin Marauders is an AIDS Lifecycle training group based in Marin County, offering training rides to prepare cyclists for the AIDS Lifecycle 2019. If you live in Marin, this group is perfect for you. If you live in San Francisco, avoid the fog and crowds of the Golden Gate Bridge, and join the group that starts in beautiful and sunny (mostly!) Marin. We meet at the park opposite Marin General Hospital on Bon Air Road in Greenbrae, and ride on Sunday. The series (from January to May) will start off slow and easy – and each week we add on a few miles and learn a few new techniques. All AIDS/LifeCycle official training rides are an inclusive and safe space welcoming ANY and ALL, regardless of skill level or cycling pace.
This fifteenth ride in the series “almost”repeats a shorter (but challenging) ride from earlier in the season. The Day On The Ride is the day before this (Saturday April 13), so it gives us a great opportunity for a ‘back-to-back’ riding the 72.5 miles DOTR on the Saturday and this Hawk Hill ride is going to give you a 100+ weekend. The ride takes us from Hal Brown Park via the Larkspur Bike Path to Horse Hill to reach Sausalito. We tackle the Sausalito Lateral and continue climbing Conzelman Road to the Headlands, with its iconic Golden Gate Bridge view. Bring your selfie stick folks – this is where you are going to get that epic fundraising photo. Once we are assembled, we will carefully descend (in groups) one of the most beautiful pieces of road in North America at the back of the headlands, making our way first to rodeo Beach and then back making our way to the tunnel, returning to Sausalito for a well earned rest stop (I can smell the baking now). Back along the Marin Bike Path, and over Camino Alto, we’ll make our way back to our starting point.
All skill levels are welcome! If any ride is too much, we will work with you on making sure you have alternatives to the entire route. You will have a great bike ride. That’s a win!
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