WILL TRAVEL FOR GRAVEL Ride Series!
Join us for gravel rides as we prepare for the Wild West Gravel Grinder on May 9th.
These rides are FREE, casual and fun, and all are encouraged to participate. Register to be included in ride details via email and receive up-to-date information on status, times and locations.
1/18 Chico Center Gap Loop, 38 miles, 3200', https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29804618
2/8 Paskenta Paskenta Loop, 38 miles, 2,718', https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31685036
3/7 Red Bluff PettyJohn Loop, 26 miles, 2,233', https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31684984
4/11 Elk Creek Alder Springs Loop, 36 miles, 4,300', https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29833070
5/9 Red Bluff Wild West Gravel Grinder, 67 miles, 4,142', https://ridewithgps.com/trips/34579762
come prepared to be self-sufficient – mechanical fixings, water, fuel, phone, map/route
you assume all risk, of the good and the bad
rain or crappy weather cancels
updates delivered via email, so register for the series
Ride leaders: Jack C. and John W. (proclaimed non-hammerfest gravel grinders)
Join us for Spring Training, as you build your base miles for achieving your 2020 cycling goals!
This year's program consists of a 7-week training schedule, riding 3 days per week, focused on speed, climbing and endurance, and led by ride leader John Wiesinger. Training days are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, as well as an additional 1-2 days on your own or with friends to supplement your mileage. Fuel your motivation by group training and shared challenges... this program works.
The training program will be limited to 30 cyclists, first to register. It is required that participants enter the program ready to ride 25-30 miles at an average pace of 17-18 mph and are comfortable with riding in a group. This is considered an intermediate training program. Beginners should consider the Tuesday Evening Skills Class at North Rim Adventure Sports and/or the Saturday Fitness Ride and the Sunday Easy Does It Ride(s) in their preparation and progression of cycling training and fitness.
Program participants should have bikes in good working order with recent tune-ups, tires and tubes, and a saddle bag of supplies. A helmet and a rear tail-light are mandatory, as will be a front light for the evening rides (Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.). Light sag support during the rides will be provided but you are responsible for support supplies: tube, air, insta-patch kit, tire boot, cell phone, a few bucks $ and knowledge of the respective ride's route/map.
Training begins Tuesday, March 10th. Registration fee is $35.
Do the work early and get a jump on your cycling year.
The STP is FULL for 2020.
Are you an experienced cyclist who has thought about teaching others how to become safer and more competent riders?
By becoming a League Cycling Instructor (LCI), you can do just that, and also help develop and promote a safer bicycling community.
League Cycling Instructors (LCIs) are certified by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) to teach bicycle safety to both children and adults. The LCI’s goal is to help people feel more secure about getting on a bike, to create the mindset that bikes are treated as vehicles, and to ensure that people on bicycles know how to ride safely and legally. LCIs are members of the LAB and have completed an intense 3-day seminar training, are active within the bicycling community and are covered by the LAB liability insurance. Some LCIs go on to develop their own bike-safety education business, while others enjoy the opportunity to simply give back to their community.
Whatever path you take, you will experience the many rewards of sharing your expertise and passion with others.
Contact: Becky Warren, (530)605-9083, email@example.com