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VALLEY CYCLING – Promoting Road Safety & Family Wellness - Events

             Saturday, June 11, 10am, St Mary's Church, Simsbury, 1, 2, 5,10 & 20 mile, slow rides on Rails to Trails, Snacks & Prizes!  Easy & Fun Family Event – Join Us! No cost.

 Saturday & Sunday 8:00am road rides, Dunkin Donuts, Granby, several levels.

Monday & Wednesday 6:00pm road rides, Dunkin Donuts, Granby, starts April 18th.

 

Contact Paul Mikkelson mikbenefit@comcast.net RSVP all events please.

www.valleycycling.org

 Sponsored By:

 Liz Lockwood Wellness  - visit: www.lizlockwood.net

New wellness videos, on-line store!

 Programs on the new web-site:

1- Chemical Free Wellness      2- Integrative Wellness

3- Body Movement Wellness

Various Individual and Group Wellness Programs Available

Email:  lizlockwoodwellness@gmail.com       Very Reasonable Pricing


HELP US PROMOTE ROAD SAFETY & FAMILY WELLNESS, BY WEARING OUR VALLEY CYCLING YELLOW & PURPLE COLORS - 

THE MORE PEOPLE SEE US, THE MORE CLOUT WE HAVE - 

WE ARE ACTIVE IN THE COMMUNITY – PROMOTING SAFETY & WELLNESS = WHAT WE ALL NEED - 

RIDES:  

Meet:   Dunkin Donuts Granby -  RT 10/202 next to Stop & Shop and car wash                           

Saturday & Sunday at 8:00 am,  -  with front & rear lights
If roads are dry,  we will regroup at certain stops – road bikes  - Monday & Wednesday nights at 6:00pm HAVE ENDED FOR THE SEASON

ITS SAFER IN A GROUP - 

        BRING your bikes to Simsbury Bicycle Cellar now (on Hopmeadow next to Big Sky & Pride Gas) – mention VALLEY CYCLING for their best rates & fastest SERVICE!!

Liz Lockwook Counseling, Life Coaching, Yoga, Personal Training & Mind-Body Skills – 

Liz is a Licensed Professional Counselor

Individual & small groups – very reasonable pricing 

Customized Programs for You!

Liz will get you to Your next LEVEL = A Healthier & Happier YOU!!

Contact Liz:  860-306-1680 or LizLockwood2011@gmail.com           web site:    www.lizlockwood.net  

              

                  Riding Pointers:

Ride to the right, stay in your lane, don't vear to the left or right.

HAVE FRONT & BACK LIGHTS

Obey all road rules. Come to a stop at all red lights & stop signs.

Do not change your speed, maintain the group speed – if you want to or need to slow down, look to your left, if clear of cars & riders, slowly vear left, let other riders go by you to your right. 

Do not ride double.  

If you are passing another bike, say "on your left", do not pass on the right -  COMMUNICATE = TALK INSTRUCTIONS

VISIT OUR SPONSORS:

CARMON FUNERAL HOMES, JOAN VALENTI LPL FINANCIAL, MITCHELL AUTOS, RESIDENT INN MARRIOTT, GEORGE HALL FARMS, ATTORNEY JOHN RITSON, SIMSBURY CHIROPRACTIC & WELLNESS, GRANBY BIKE, SIMSBURY PSYCHOTHERAPY, ELLEN PALMER WELLNESS, EDWARD JONES MARTY MCMAHON, ARROW FENCE, EAST COAST GREENWAY, ROB MELANSON CONSTRUCTION, RICHARD ROSSI ACCOUNTING, MUSCULOSKELETAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION JASON FRANKEL, VERNON POOL, TCBY YOGURT AND THE GREEN MACHINE.

           

Paul Mikkelson     

Other info & Rides :


PLEASE NOTE: Valley Cycling is an informal group of individual riders who simply like to bicycle together.  There is no formal organization or leader.  Rides are NOT sponsored by myself, any person, or organization.  Ride information is provided so people can ride at the same time on the same route at any pace they choose.  Other riders are not responsible or liable for any injury.  RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK -  YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOURSELF AND MUST OBEY ALL ROAD RULES/LAWS ALL OF THE TIME.

You’re the eyes and ears at the front.  As the lead rider, you’re the eyes and ears of the group. You are responsible for the whole group’s safety. You must point out road obstacles and watch for traffic at crossroads, shouting a warning if necessary. Try to be an “early warning system,” keeping in mind that a shout may take several seconds to trickle down the line, and may be “lost in translation” along the way.

Responsibility at the back, too.  When you rotate to the back of the paceline, you still have a special responsibility. It’s your job to check behind periodically for approaching traffic and calling out “Car back!” when a motorist is approaching. If the group is in a double paceline on a narrow road, someone will yell “Single out” or “Single up,” and the double paceline will form into a single line so the motorist can pass safely.

But when there are no traffic concerns, being last in line is a privileged position. Because no one is behind you to be disrupted by your actions, now’s the time to take a drink or sit up and grab a snack from your jersey pocket. Need to remove a vest or peel your arm warmers? Do it while at the back.

No aero bars!  Aero bars are fine for time trialing or long solo rides where they help you cut through the wind and take pressure off your hands. But aero bars are unwelcome in pacelines. A cyclist using aero bars in the paceline is less steady, and hands are far from the brake levers. They present particular dangers, both to themselves and to the other riders – and they should self-select out of pacelines.

Paul Mikkelson  860-651-9106  mikbenefit@comcast.net

All welcome - 

Make it your year = join in!!         FOLLOW US ON TWITTER:  SIMSBURYBIKER


   Clothing - email Paul mikbenefit@comcast.net to pick-up.  Checks payable to Ron Beliveau.                          


YOU NEED TO READ ALL SAFETY ITEMS ON THE "ABOUT US" PAGE BEFORE PARTICIPATING IN ANY RIDE ACTIVITIES.  OF COURSE YOU NEED TO STUDY ON YOUR OWN AND FOLLOW ALL ROAD AND BIKE RULES AND BE SUPER SAFE AT ALL TIMES!




ORDER YOUR GEAR NOW!  
Jerseys are $50 each, hats & T-shirt are $12 each, Bibs are $62 – If you already ordered, remind us.  If you have not ordered, let us know & we will get it for you.
Champion Systems & Valley Cycling also has shorts, socks, wind jackets, vests & thermal jackets –
CONTACT PAUL MIKKELSON     mikbenefit@comcast.net


How To Be A Gentleman Cyclist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-B6awDYcWI



HI, HOW IS IT GOING?        

The weather for Saturday looks great!!                   HEATED POOL & HOT SHOWERS AFTER YOUR RIDE!!
                           
Register for our  BIKE THE VALLEY, Saturday, 6-22-13, Charity Bike Ride  – GET YOUR CONTACTS TO REGISTER TOO -
This is for families & serious riders!!   

HELP OTHERS BY RIDING IN OUR EVENT – BIKE, 5 OR 10 MILES ON RAILS TO TRAILS, ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL FARMINGTON RIVER!
Or BIKE 25, 50 OR 100 MILES  - ALL RIDES HAVE REST-STOPS (with food and snacks), SAG-WAGONS, marked routes, etc. = FULL SUPPORT!!

100 mi starts at 7:00 am, 50 mi starts at 8:30, 25 mi at 10:00, 10 & 5 mi at 11:30, Bike Rodeo (for young kids) at 10:30, lunch at 12:30.
Registration Fees:  100 mi $65, 50 mi $55, 25 mi $30, 10 & 5 mi $20, Bike Rodeo free  + a Donation of at least $25 to the Non-profit of your choice.

All at YMCA CAMP CHASE on RT 4 in Burlington, 15 Canton Rd. between Unionville & Collinsville – The Camp will have "an Open House" for all – come and enjoy the HEATED Pool, kids water pad, bike rodeo for kids, moon-bounce and picnic (under cover; food from Max's and First & Last), hot showers for all riders, arts & crafts, wellness activities & more - - Including give-aways. 

Join in on THE BAKE-OFF!! WIN A BIG PRIZE  - overnight at Residence Inn Marriott Avon!! Open to all – Bake your favorite dessert – cookies, brownies, cakes, pies, cheese-cake, etc. Bring as much as you like & the riders will judge your entry!!  Final vote goes to Stacia (a Y employee).  No cost to you, open to kids & adults!! Just show up with your Dessert by 12:30!!

REGISTER: 
Farmington Valley YMCA Home Page - Greater Hartford YMCA ...<http://ghymca.org/farmington/>  (find member, if you are a member) or
BY CALLING THE Y  860-653-5524   Ask for Sam or just ask to register for the Y Bike the Valley Ride - or
ON ACTIVE: http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2091182  (find bike the valley)
You need to pay Registration Fee AND Donate to a non-profit by calling the Y or DONATING at check-in Saturday!!!!

Who do you "HELP" when you Ride?  Register for our RIDE & make a Donation to one to the following:

FOCUS CENTER FOR AUTISM (in Canton)

New Horizons (a community in Unionville with 95 people in wheelchairs - I biked up MT Washington thinking of these folks)

BSA Troop 76 Sgt. Felix M. Del Greco, Jr. Memorial Scholarship,  or

Simsbury Free Bike/CT Adaptive Cycling –

The ABC House (Inner city students living in Simsbury and going to Simsbury HS)

YMCA Strong Kids Program (folks who can't afford Y camps, swim classes, etc.)

Livestrong Program (people who had Cancer and need rehab)

All very worthy & LOCAL nonprofits  -  pick one or several and make a donation above & beyond your Registration Fee - - 

Register (see above) or donate $30.00 now – mail donations to:
Paul Mikkelson, 11 Whitcomb Dr.   Simsbury CT   06070
Checks payable to: YMCA Bike The Valley

OUR SPONSORS & DONORS INCLUDE:

Residence Inn by Marriott Avon
Essex Financial
Valenti Wealth Management
Avon Simsbury Psychotherapy, LLC
Carmon Funeral Home
Robert Melanson Construction
The Green Machine
Newport Scrimshander
John Ellerton
Lewie Financial
Mystic Capitol
Valley Cycling
Antonio's Restaurant
First & Last Tavern
George's Restaurant
Collinsville Baking Co.
Cake Gypsy
Fitzgerald's Foods
Flatbread Co.
Super Wine Cellar
Max a Mia Restaurant

Next planning meeting, tomorrow - Thursday, June 20, 7:30 AM at the Granby Y 

THIS EVENT IS GOING TO BE BIG – over 100 Riders have signed-up already!!  BE A PART OF IT – HELP OTHERS WHILE YOU RIDE – PROMOTE ROAD SAFETY – BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION –

TIMES:
Bike Rodeo for kids at 10:30 am
5 & 10 mile rides start at 11:30 am  basically a flat route – all Paved!!          ALL WITH FULLY SUPPLIED REST-STOPS!!!!
25 mi at 10:00 am         1,800 ft of climbing
50 mi at 8:30 am           4,200 ft of climbing
100 mi at 7:00                8,500 ft of climbing  100 mi check-in 6:15 am to 6:50 but Register now! Other distances, check in 45 to 10 minutes prior to their start 
Lunch about 12:30
Activities 9:30 to 4:00; Open House all day!!

*************************************

You must wear a helmet!! Gloves & glasses are strongly suggested.  Bring your own water bottles.  No head-phones. BE ALERT – Watch where you are going – do not take your eyes off the road in front of you!

ALL CYCLISTS MUST OBEY & FOLLOW ALL ROAD LAWS/RULES/SIGNS/LIGHTS, etc. AT ALL TIMES – BE COURTEOUS – BE CAREFUL - BE ALERT  - SAFETY COMES FIRST!!   Call out "passing on your left", point to issues on the road (glass, sticks, etc.), Yell out "slowing" stopping", Communicate, etc.  Please Do Not ride double during this Event - - Ride as far to the Right as  .

VALLEY CYCLING continues to promote ROAD SAFETY & FAMILY WELLNESS!!
RIDES out of Dunkin Donuts in Granby, near Stop & Shop, Monday & Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm and Saturdays at 7:00 & 8:00 am and some Sundays at 7:00 or 8:00 am see the site:  valleycycling.org   

HI, HOW IS IT GOING?        

The weather for Saturday looks great!!                   HEATED POOL & HOT SHOWERS AFTER YOUR RIDE!!
                           
Register for our  BIKE THE VALLEY, Saturday, 6-22-13, Charity Bike Ride  – GET YOUR CONTACTS TO REGISTER TOO -
This is for families & serious riders!!   

HELP OTHERS BY RIDING IN OUR EVENT – BIKE, 5 OR 10 MILES ON RAILS TO TRAILS, ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL FARMINGTON RIVER!
Or BIKE 25, 50 OR 100 MILES  - ALL RIDES HAVE REST-STOPS (with food and snacks), SAG-WAGONS, marked routes, etc. = FULL SUPPORT!!

100 mi starts at 7:00 am, 50 mi starts at 8:30, 25 mi at 10:00, 10 & 5 mi at 11:30, Bike Rodeo (for young kids) at 10:30, lunch at 12:30.
Registration Fees:  100 mi $65, 50 mi $55, 25 mi $30, 10 & 5 mi $20, Bike Rodeo free  + a Donation of at least $25 to the Non-profit of your choice.

All at YMCA CAMP CHASE on RT 4 in Burlington, 15 Canton Rd. between Unionville & Collinsville – The Camp will have "an Open House" for all – come and enjoy the HEATED Pool, kids water pad, bike rodeo for kids, moon-bounce and picnic (under cover; food from Max's and First & Last), hot showers for all riders, arts & crafts, wellness activities & more - - Including give-aways. 

Join in on THE BAKE-OFF!! WIN A BIG PRIZE  - overnight at Residence Inn Marriott Avon!! Open to all – Bake your favorite dessert – cookies, brownies, cakes, pies, cheese-cake, etc. Bring as much as you like & the riders will judge your entry!!  Final vote goes to Stacia (a Y employee).  No cost to you, open to kids & adults!! Just show up with your Dessert by 12:30!!

REGISTER: 
Farmington Valley YMCA Home Page - Greater Hartford YMCA ...<http://ghymca.org/farmington/>  (find member, if you are a member) or
BY CALLING THE Y  860-653-5524   Ask for Sam or just ask to register for the Y Bike the Valley Ride - or
ON ACTIVE: http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2091182  (find bike the valley)
You need to pay Registration Fee AND Donate to a non-profit by calling the Y or DONATING at check-in Saturday!!!!

Who do you "HELP" when you Ride?  Register for our RIDE & make a Donation to one to the following:

FOCUS CENTER FOR AUTISM (in Canton)

New Horizons (a community in Unionville with 95 people in wheelchairs - I biked up MT Washington thinking of these folks)

BSA Troop 76 Sgt. Felix M. Del Greco, Jr. Memorial Scholarship,  or

Simsbury Free Bike/CT Adaptive Cycling –

The ABC House (Inner city students living in Simsbury and going to Simsbury HS)

YMCA Strong Kids Program (folks who can't afford Y camps, swim classes, etc.)

Livestrong Program (people who had Cancer and need rehab)

All very worthy & LOCAL nonprofits  -  pick one or several and make a donation above & beyond your Registration Fee - - 

Register (see above) or donate $30.00 now – mail donations to:
Paul Mikkelson, 11 Whitcomb Dr.   Simsbury CT   06070
Checks payable to: YMCA Bike The Valley

OUR SPONSORS & DONORS INCLUDE:

Residence Inn by Marriott Avon
Essex Financial
Valenti Wealth Management
Avon Simsbury Psychotherapy, LLC
Carmon Funeral Home
Robert Melanson Construction
The Green Machine
Newport Scrimshander
John Ellerton
Lewie Financial
Mystic Capitol
Valley Cycling
Antonio's Restaurant
First & Last Tavern
George's Restaurant
Collinsville Baking Co.
Cake Gypsy
Fitzgerald's Foods
Flatbread Co.
Super Wine Cellar
Max a Mia Restaurant

Next planning meeting, tomorrow - Thursday, June 20, 7:30 AM at the Granby Y 

THIS EVENT IS GOING TO BE BIG – over 100 Riders have signed-up already!!  BE A PART OF IT – HELP OTHERS WHILE YOU RIDE – PROMOTE ROAD SAFETY – BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION –

TIMES:
Bike Rodeo for kids at 10:30 am
5 & 10 mile rides start at 11:30 am  basically a flat route – all Paved!!          ALL WITH FULLY SUPPLIED REST-STOPS!!!!
25 mi at 10:00 am         1,800 ft of climbing
50 mi at 8:30 am           4,200 ft of climbing
100 mi at 7:00                8,500 ft of climbing  100 mi check-in 6:15 am to 6:50 but Register now! Other distances, check in 45 to 10 minutes prior to their start 
Lunch about 12:30
Activities 9:30 to 4:00; Open House all day!!

*************************************

You must wear a helmet!! Gloves & glasses are strongly suggested.  Bring your own water bottles.  No head-phones. BE ALERT – Watch where you are going – do not take your eyes off the road in front of you!

ALL CYCLISTS MUST OBEY & FOLLOW ALL ROAD LAWS/RULES/SIGNS/LIGHTS, etc. AT ALL TIMES – BE COURTEOUS – BE CAREFUL - BE ALERT  - SAFETY COMES FIRST!!   Call out "passing on your left", point to issues on the road (glass, sticks, etc.), Yell out "slowing" stopping", Communicate, etc.  Please Do Not ride double during this Event - - Ride as far to the Right as  .

VALLEY CYCLING continues to promote ROAD SAFETY & FAMILY WELLNESS!!
RIDES out of Dunkin Donuts in Granby, near Stop & Shop, Monday & Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm and Saturdays at 7:00 & 8:00 am and some Sundays at 7:00 or 8:00 am see the site:  valleycycling.org   

HI, HOW IS IT GOING?        

The weather for Saturday looks great!!                   HEATED POOL & HOT SHOWERS AFTER YOUR RIDE!!
                           
Register for our  BIKE THE VALLEY, Saturday, 6-22-13, Charity Bike Ride  – GET YOUR CONTACTS TO REGISTER TOO -
This is for families & serious riders!!   

HELP OTHERS BY RIDING IN OUR EVENT – BIKE, 5 OR 10 MILES ON RAILS TO TRAILS, ALONG THE BEAUTIFUL FARMINGTON RIVER!
Or BIKE 25, 50 OR 100 MILES  - ALL RIDES HAVE REST-STOPS (with food and snacks), SAG-WAGONS, marked routes, etc. = FULL SUPPORT!!

100 mi starts at 7:00 am, 50 mi starts at 8:30, 25 mi at 10:00, 10 & 5 mi at 11:30, Bike Rodeo (for young kids) at 10:30, lunch at 12:30.
Registration Fees:  100 mi $65, 50 mi $55, 25 mi $30, 10 & 5 mi $20, Bike Rodeo free  + a Donation of at least $25 to the Non-profit of your choice.

All at YMCA CAMP CHASE on RT 4 in Burlington, 15 Canton Rd. between Unionville & Collinsville – The Camp will have "an Open House" for all – come and enjoy the HEATED Pool, kids water pad, bike rodeo for kids, moon-bounce and picnic (under cover; food from Max's and First & Last), hot showers for all riders, arts & crafts, wellness activities & more - - Including give-aways. 

Join in on THE BAKE-OFF!! WIN A BIG PRIZE  - overnight at Residence Inn Marriott Avon!! Open to all – Bake your favorite dessert – cookies, brownies, cakes, pies, cheese-cake, etc. Bring as much as you like & the riders will judge your entry!!  Final vote goes to Stacia (a Y employee).  No cost to you, open to kids & adults!! Just show up with your Dessert by 12:30!!

REGISTER: 
Farmington Valley YMCA Home Page - Greater Hartford YMCA ...<http://ghymca.org/farmington/>  (find member, if you are a member) or
BY CALLING THE Y  860-653-5524   Ask for Sam or just ask to register for the Y Bike the Valley Ride - or
ON ACTIVE: http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2091182  (find bike the valley)
You need to pay Registration Fee AND Donate to a non-profit by calling the Y or DONATING at check-in Saturday!!!!

Who do you "HELP" when you Ride?  Register for our RIDE & make a Donation to one to the following:

FOCUS CENTER FOR AUTISM (in Canton)

New Horizons (a community in Unionville with 95 people in wheelchairs - I biked up MT Washington thinking of these folks)

BSA Troop 76 Sgt. Felix M. Del Greco, Jr. Memorial Scholarship,  or

Simsbury Free Bike/CT Adaptive Cycling –

The ABC House (Inner city students living in Simsbury and going to Simsbury HS)

YMCA Strong Kids Program (folks who can't afford Y camps, swim classes, etc.)

Livestrong Program (people who had Cancer and need rehab)

All very worthy & LOCAL nonprofits  -  pick one or several and make a donation above & beyond your Registration Fee - - 

Register (see above) or donate $30.00 now – mail donations to:
Paul Mikkelson, 11 Whitcomb Dr.   Simsbury CT   06070
Checks payable to: YMCA Bike The Valley

OUR SPONSORS & DONORS INCLUDE:

Residence Inn by Marriott Avon
Essex Financial
Valenti Wealth Management
Avon Simsbury Psychotherapy, LLC
Carmon Funeral Home
Robert Melanson Construction
The Green Machine
Newport Scrimshander
John Ellerton
Lewie Financial
Mystic Capitol
Valley Cycling
Antonio's Restaurant
First & Last Tavern
George's Restaurant
Collinsville Baking Co.
Cake Gypsy
Fitzgerald's Foods
Flatbread Co.
Super Wine Cellar
Max a Mia Restaurant

Next planning meeting, tomorrow - Thursday, June 20, 7:30 AM at the Granby Y 

THIS EVENT IS GOING TO BE BIG – over 100 Riders have signed-up already!!  BE A PART OF IT – HELP OTHERS WHILE YOU RIDE – PROMOTE ROAD SAFETY – BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION –

TIMES:
Bike Rodeo for kids at 10:30 am
5 & 10 mile rides start at 11:30 am  basically a flat route – all Paved!!          ALL WITH FULLY SUPPLIED REST-STOPS!!!!
25 mi at 10:00 am         1,800 ft of climbing
50 mi at 8:30 am           4,200 ft of climbing
100 mi at 7:00                8,500 ft of climbing  100 mi check-in 6:15 am to 6:50 but Register now! Other distances, check in 45 to 10 minutes prior to their start 
Lunch about 12:30
Activities 9:30 to 4:00; Open House all day!!

*************************************

You must wear a helmet!! Gloves & glasses are strongly suggested.  Bring your own water bottles.  No head-phones. BE ALERT – Watch where you are going – do not take your eyes off the road in front of you!

ALL CYCLISTS MUST OBEY & FOLLOW ALL ROAD LAWS/RULES/SIGNS/LIGHTS, etc. AT ALL TIMES – BE COURTEOUS – BE CAREFUL - BE ALERT  - SAFETY COMES FIRST!!   Call out "passing on your left", point to issues on the road (glass, sticks, etc.), Yell out "slowing" stopping", Communicate, etc.  Please Do Not ride double during this Event - - Ride as far to the Right as  .

VALLEY CYCLING continues to promote ROAD SAFETY & FAMILY WELLNESS!!
RIDES out of Dunkin Donuts in Granby, near Stop & Shop, Monday & Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm and Saturdays at 7:00 & 8:00 am and some Sundays at 7:00 or 8:00 am see the site:  valleycycling.org   

****Dinner -  ALL WELCOME - Maple Tree, Simsbury, Friday before Thanksgiving, 11/21, 6:00pm  - join us – just let me know – I am all set if you already told me – otherwise RSVP

****Dinner -  ALL WELCOME - Maple Tree, Simsbury, Friday before Thanksgiving, 11/21, 6:00pm  - join us – just let me know – I am all set if you already told me – otherwise RSVP

Begins at Granby Dunkin Donuts 7 Mill Pond Rd Granby, CT
Ride begins at 7am. Post ride BBQ at Joe and Karen's house appr 1.5 miles from the start. BBQ begins when we finish the ride, about 1:30pm. PM Karen for directions. Steady rain cancels ride, but not the BBQ :)  Ok to attend BBQ without the ride and vice versa :)

rsvp to this email 

Link to the tentative route

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13904561
Begins at Granby Dunkin Donuts 7 Mill Pond Rd Granby, CT
Ride begins at 7am. Post ride BBQ at Joe and Karen's house appr 1.5 miles from the start. BBQ begins when we finish the ride, about 1:30pm. PM Karen for directions. Steady rain cancels ride, but not the BBQ :)  Ok to attend BBQ without the ride and vice versa :)

rsvp to this email 

Link to the tentative route

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13904561
Begins at Granby Dunkin Donuts 7 Mill Pond Rd Granby, CT
Ride begins at 7am. Post ride BBQ at Joe and Karen's house appr 1.5 miles from the start. BBQ begins when we finish the ride, about 1:30pm. PM Karen for directions. Steady rain cancels ride, but not the BBQ :)  Ok to attend BBQ without the ride and vice versa :)

rsvp to this email 

Link to the tentative route

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13904561
Begins at Granby Dunkin Donuts 7 Mill Pond Rd Granby, CT
Ride begins at 7am. Post ride BBQ at Joe and Karen's house appr 1.5 miles from the start. BBQ begins when we finish the ride, about 1:30pm. PM Karen for directions. Steady rain cancels ride, but not the BBQ :)  Ok to attend BBQ without the ride and vice versa :)

rsvp to this email 

Link to the tentative route

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13904561