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Rides for Friday and Saturday (NEW)

Rides for Friday and Saturday (NEW)

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Prepared on 06:01:01 March 19 2010

Friday, March 19, 2010

No rides.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

10-12 mph - 12:00 am - 36 mi - Bob Seay - Carol Gardiner 301-490-6521
(410-242-6929 )
START: MSM - Marley Station Mall
Flat ride: 1/2 road, 1/2 trail to Sandy Point State Park. Lunch at Red Hot &
Blue. 26 mile option available. Ride Leaders: Bob Seay 410-242-6929 and Carol
Gardiner 301-490-6521

13 - 15 mph - 9:30 am - 39 mi - Kent Morey 410 685 1556 ()
START: GSS Greenspring Station
Beautiful rolling ride with a couple of hills. Rest stop at mile 24, Butler Road
Store. Day of ride cell: Kent @ 443-562-2886.

15 -17 & 18 mph - 9:30 am - 54 mi - Mike Harris 443-912-2016 morn. of ri
START: EFS: Ellicott City
Not to be confused with the BBC library's Ellicott City to Mt. Airy ride. I've
routed the ride to go thru Sykesville for some hills, then to Woodbine (more
gratuitous hills) and on to Mt. Airy. Lunch will be served at J & P resturant.
At mile 43 your lunch legs will be pulizered on Roxbury Rd. Then sweet relief as
you cruise on back to Ellicott City via Folly Quarter Rd. and onto the Bagel

15 -17 & 18 mph - 10:00 am - 62 mi - Murray Schrotenboer 814 784 5000
START: Grouseland. Purcell, PA
START: Grouseland. Purcell, PA for directions. 105 miles from
Beltway and I-70 3 state Metric, 7,000' climb. Rest stop is in beautiful
Berkeley Springs WV. Excellent vistas. 3 mountain climbs. Will put on another
ride on Sunday for those who want to make a weekend out of it. late note: I did
an easier version of this ride yesterday and it was glorious. The views are
spectacular. The weather looks good for this weekend. You won't regret the extra
driving. We will be doing our 3 state metric although you can also do a 55 mile
version removing 2 mountains or a 49 miler and no mountains (sort of). Those who
laugh at mountains can add the additional 40 mile loop to make it our 4 state
Century. If we get enough folks we will also support our easy metric with only
one 800' climb at an average of 12% grade and 58mph downhill on Sunday. Time to
get out of the same old ride rut. Free beer afterward! To get to Grouseland:
Take I-70 west to Hancock, stay on it north into PA, get off at exit 163, left
at the end of the exit ramp and follow over the highway. Right onto McKees Gap
Rd. stay on it for 5 miles till it ends. Left at T, Grouseland is 2 miles on the
right. We are only 7.5 miles off I-70 Our address is 467 Robinsonville Rd.
Clearville PA but we caution against using your GPS to find us. It will be very
confused with most of the road names mislabel including Robinsonville Rd. You
can call me at 814 784 5000 for help.

Casual - 10:00 am - 25 mi - Bud Lippert 410.686.8504 (essexknight)
START: WPP- Wilson Point Community Park
Mostly flat ride through the waterfront communities of Wilson Point, Hopkins
Creek, Hawthorne. Some rolling hills through Aero Acres, north Essex, Victory
Villa. Sr 43 bikepath is part of the route. Several regroup stops along the
trip. Day of ride 443.570.0542

Ed Hopkins

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