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Walt and Carol's Friends Creek into the Hornets Nest.   51 miles, hilly with flats (just the roads hopefully not tires)

47 or 37 miles.  Gene Young's latest version of Gary Brandon's PA Flatlands ride.  Ride leader will be doing the 47 mile route. Rest Stops at mile 20 at Glenville Store and mile 32 at Rutters.   The ride will start at 10 AM but we plan to arrive at 9AM to pick up trash from around the Park and Ride and would love others to join us.  We will provide trash bags and a few pairs of light gardening gloves.  Feel free to bring your own gloves if you have some.  We do not plan to pick up the "paper" trash in the woods.  Participation is of course optional.

47 mile route:

37 mile route:   Rest stop at Rutter's mile 25

Mar-24-22 11:53 am
Chestertown Weekend
Category: Social

I just registered for the Chestertown Weekend.  If you register before March 31, there is a nice discount! … ons%20.pdf

Thanks for leading Tuesday, Gene.   It was a good ride and the winds were not bad at all.

The rides calendar has been updated with the new Ride with GPS route to reflect the detour for the Mason Dixon Road bridge closure.   Instead of adding a mile it subtracted a mile so the ride is now 61.7 miles and according to RWGPS 4700'.

New Ride added for Tuesday, September 7.  Ride start TMP at 9:30, 69 miles.

The Ride with GPS link in the listing will lead to a ride that says "Russell's Two Taverns" . It is the correct route but with the wrong title.  here is another link with the correct name but both are the same.

I post this last September, so this is just a reminder.   If you are heading up to Fairfield the Sunoco Station seems to be completely closed with no indication of reopening soon.  There are not many options now in Fairfield.   A BBC group grabbed sandwiches at the Book and Table Café yesterday.  The turkey sandwich was enjoyed by those who got it.

It is a small café and not super fast.

Vulnerable Road User legislation to become law in Maryland.

Congratulations and many, many thanks to Bike Maryland, the late Kim Lamphier, Nigel Samaroo and Josh Feldmark, among others, for their tireless efforts to get this important legislation passed this year. … otections/

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