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February 1, 2020
35 Miles, Rolling Hills with a Few Steep Climbs Meet Time: 8:00 am Ride-Out Time: 8:30am Rain Cancels Level: Beginner & Intermediate After a leisurely start, it’s time to step up our training a little so join the Chain Gang for our first climbing ride of the year with a trip up the fabled La […]Find out more »
38 Miles, Rolling Hills with Gradual Climbs Meet Time: 8:30 am Ride-Out Time: 9:00am Rain Cancels Level: Intermediate Put your climbing legs as we climb up to Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial, then wind our way through the beach areas to prepare for another climb up to Cabrillo National Monument and Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. This […]Find out more »
40.26 Miles, Rolling Hills with Steep Hills Meet Time: 9:00 am Ride-Out Time: 9:30am Rain Cancels Level: Intermediate Intermediate #4 takes us in a whole new direction! Head with us to Turnball Canyon and see LA from the other side. As we climb you will push yourself further than before. This week’s clinic focuses on […]Find out more »
22 Miles, Rolling Hills Meet time: 9:00 AM Ride-Out: 9:30 AM Rain Cancels Join us for a ride before this year’s EXPO! We’ll start and finish at the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park, where EXPO is being held. The route takes us through the Presidio by the Legion of Honor, […]Find out more »
Vancouver to Lewis River Loop 36.4 Miles, Rolling Hills Meet: 9:30 AM Ride-Out: 10:00 AM Rain Cancels And now for something different: Clark County, WA! We'll head north from Salmon Creek Park in Vancouver, just off I-5, along a mostly flat route before having along rollers to the East Fork of the Lewis River […]Find out more »