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This strikes me as the wrong way to go. If you do this the ride calendar will not function as a history of the rides that were led.

I recently looked back on the rides I led in 2009 to see what rides I led.

if you keep changing the date on your ride, the calendar will show you led one ride in 2010.

I would copy and paste the long part, the description, and put the rest in new.

ed

The following is an automatically generated message from the new BBC website and
calendar.

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
(mrmike21045@...)
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
Bin.

15 -17 & 18 mph - 10:00 am - 62 mi - Murray Schrotenboer 814 784 5000
(murray@...)
START: Grouseland. Purcell, PA
START: Grouseland. Purcell, PA www.grouseland.com 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

No rides scheduled.

*******

Add a ride when you want!

Go here: 

http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php? … ;Itemid=92

You must be registered on this new site and signed in to add a ride! 

Click on the "Add a Ride" button and add your ride.

After adding your ride, look at the "List View Format" of the Calendar to make sure that you successfully entered (or modified) your ride!!

The new calendar is the only calendar now being kept up to date.  This listing is generated by selecting the tab "List View Format" under "Ride Schedule" on the new web site:

http://www.baltobikeclub.org/

Cuesheetcentral is now decommissioned.

1) All cuesheets in cuesheetcentral will be in the new cue library on the new
BBC website by tonight. Go to the new website for cuesheets:
http://www.baltobikeclub.org/

To reference a cuesheet when entering a new ride, for the time being, the name
of the cue sheet in the new library should be used. If the future this will be
upgraded to a hot link.

Links in rides already entered in the ride schedule to rides in cuesheetcentral
will still work.

2) The ride calendar from cuesheetcentral has been moved to the new website. No
rides can be added to the cuesheetcentral calendar. The old calendar is NOT
being maintained.

Notice has been given to new riders to check their rides for errors. All new
rides should be entered from the new web site.

3) The email message that was sent from cuesheetcentral will no long be sent. A
new, equivalent, message is being sent that is based on the calendar in the new
web site.

This email message for today and tomorrows rides will be posted on BBC talk, in
the "Ride Changes" forum in the new site and on the BBC facebook page.

Shortly, very shortly, BBC talk--will go the way of cuesheetcentral.
(It will be maintained for historical purposes but new postings will be
disallowed.)


And I want to think Phil for doing all the work involved in creating, enhancing
and modifying cuesheetcentral. Phil: you pulled the club into modern times!
Thanks.I loved cuesheetcentral and used it all the time.

Ed

All rides from cuesheetcentral have been moved to the new BBC ride calendar. Some of the rides, for some reason, did not get transferred correctly. Some got lost. What follows is a listing of the rides for March and April according to the new ride calendar.

Review them carefully!  We did the best we could but...


If you find your ride is missing--or want to add a new ride:

Go to the new ride calendar and enter a new ride:

Go here: 

http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php? … ;Itemid=92

You must be registered on this new site and signed in to add a ride! 

Click on the "Add a Ride" button and add your ride.

After adding your ride, look at the "List View Format" of the Calendar to make sure that you successfully entered (or modified) your ride!!


If you find your ride is entered incorrectly, you must do two things:

1) ADD the new corrected ride--as described above
2) Notify me (ed.hopkins@verizon.net) that a particular old ride must be DELETED from the ride calendar. (You will not be able to delete the ride yourself because you did not enter it. For rides you enter yourself, you can both edit and modify them.)



******the rides as listed in the new ride calendar for March and April*****

Saturday, March 20, 2010

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 (mrmike21045@yahoo.com)
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 Bin.

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 36 mi - Bob Seay - Carol Gardiner 4102426929/3014906521 ()
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.

15 -17 & 18 mph - 10:00 am - 62 mi - Murray Schrotenboer 814 784 5000 (murray@grouseland.com)
START: Grouseland. Purcell, PA
START: Grouseland. Purcell, PA www.grouseland.com 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.

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

Sunday, March 21, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 8:00 am - 102 mi - Bob Wagner (bobwag@gmail.com)
START: Botanical Conservatory at MD Zoo
The March Rando Ramble makes a big loop NW from the MD Zoo through the Patapsco Valley to historic Libertytown,MD, a lunch in New Windsor and home through the beautiful Carroll Co. farmland. There are breaks at 25 and 75 mile points and a 79 mile short route option. read this before riding: http://tinyurl.com/RandoRideNotes More info here: www.randoramble.posterous.com web link: www.randoramble.posterous.com

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 33 mi - Ken Philhower 410 437 0309 (kenphilhower1315@cablespeed.com)
START: Odenton MARC Station east parking lot. From Baltimore, take I-95 or MD 295 South to I-195 East. Take Exit 1B - Rt. 170 South toward Odenton. Go 7.5 mi. and turn Right on Odenton Rd. (1 block past Rt. 175) Go 0.3 mi. to MARC station parking lot.
Easy, fairly flat ride from Odenton to Annapolis; return by same route. Lunch at the Annapolis City Dock.

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 31 mi - Gloria Epstein 410/665-3012 (carlglo@verizon.net)
START: RUN Runnymede E.S.
Variation on Walt & Carol's fabulous ride to Littlestown for lunch/snack. Traffic is light, and terrain is mostly gentle. Combined with 13/15 mph group.

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 37 mi - Rich Burns 410-433-4162 (rnburns1@verizon.net)
START: RUN - Runnymede E.S.
Variation on Walt & Carol's fabulous ride to Littlestown for lunch/snack. Traffic is light and terrain is mostly gentle; combined start with 10/12 mph group.

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 44 mi - ()
START: Hopkins Place Shopping Center
Crofton to Galesville: A BBC favorite.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 9:30 am - 45 mi - Steve Zeldin 410-828-5553 (szeldin@comcast.net)
START: Meadowood Regional Park: 10650 Falls Rd just south of Joppa Rd, Lutherville
Loch Raven Loop. Break at Monkton Station. Come join the fun!

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 29 mi - Katie Gore-Traill 410-665-3381 ()
START: Providence Rd P&R
Katie is back, come join the fun.

Friday, March 26, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: Oregon Ridge Park - ORR
One day before my birthday! I will bring my fav choco chip muffins! Join me for lunch after ride!

Saturday, March 27, 2010

18 mph - 9:30 am - 79 mi - Terry Harrigan 410-549-1798 (cctrekker@dtkm.com)
START: Liberty HS, Eldersburg, RT 26
Rolling terrain with some hills. Lunch in Emmittsburg. web link: http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php? … amp;id=128

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 32 mi - Cindy Wyatt 410-435-1169 (cindy.wyatt@comcast.net)
START: HPS - Hopkins Place Shopping Center, Crofton
Day of ride cell phone (410) 852-6808 Ride thru Crownsville & Staples Corner. Although this ride in central A.A.Co. is not too difficult, it still has a few nice hills to warm you up. Bring a snack, since there is only one store near the end of the route. Optional lunch @Atlanta Bread Co. after the ride.

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 32 mi - Ed Roth 717-235-4118 (oscar200@aol.com)
START: New Freedom Rail Trail Parking area
'Choose your distance', Two loops are available. The 32 mile loop is moderately hilly. Add a second 17 mile loop to get 49 miles. A mid ride or post ride snack or lunch is available at the Railroad Cafe located in the parking area. Southern PA at it's finest.

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 41 mi - gene young 410-828-1137 (genejr@comcast.net)
START: Sparks Elem
Gene's Classic 41 mile version. I will provide 63 mile cue sheets if interested.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

13 - 15 mph - 9:30 am - 35 mi - Bruce Galanter 410-241-7089 (bgalanter@gmail.com)
START: ORR Oregon Ridge
A short Boring Loop. Out the Worthington Valley up Mt. Zion to Blackrock then to Mt. Carmel Yeoho and Back Home

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 31 mi - Gloria Epstein 410/665-3012 (carlglo@verizon.net)
START: ORR Oregon Ridge Park
Classic BBC ride to Hampstead w/ options for rest/food stop. Mod. hilly, but well worth the effort.

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 60 mi - Janet Goldstein 410-366-1466 (jgoldst@verizon.net)
START: MTV - Mount View Middle School
Bill Gary's Mlldly Mountainous Metric Modification of Gary, Rick, and Ron's Ride to Damascus. Lunch at pizzeria or grocery store.

Casual - 10:00 am - 23 mi - Bud Lippert 410.686.8504 Day od Ride (essexknight@aim.com)
START: Sparrows Point High School
A flat ride through the communities of Lodge Forest, Fort Howard, Millers Island and through the Fort Howard County Park and North Point State Park. If desired lunch at the Dock Of the Bay Bud Day of Ride:443.570.0542

10-12 mph - 10:30 am - 24 mi - Charlotte Pappas 410-804-5500 (pappasbike@yahoo.com)
START: ELK - Old Elkridge MARC lot
START: ELK - Old Elkridge MARC lot, 95 south, 195 east, exit Rt 1 south, L Levering Av, R Main, L Railroad, pkg lot 300' on R. flat to rolling, a few hills on roads near BWI, a bit on paved trail. Bring drinks & snacks. Can stop at Starbucks if folks want, a mile off route.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 9:30 am - 62 mi - Steve Zeldin 410-828-5553 (szeldin@comcast.net)
START: Oregon Ridge Park
Ride to Rocks Park via Hidden Valley: Description: Rolling to Hilly (4400 ft) ride. We go by both parts of Rocks Park. First the Hidden Valley and then to the main park. Stops in Rocks Park at mile 34 and snack at 7-11 in Jarrettsville at mile 40. web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/ORR Rocks Park via Hidden Valley.pdf

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 32 mi - Katie Gore-Traill 410-665-3381 (KTGoremtb@comcast.net)
START: WPR - Western Run P&R
Come out and ride this fun loop! No rest stop! Rolling with some climbs!

Thursday, April 01, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 40 mi - Steve Zeldin 410-828-5553 (szeldin@comcast.net)
START: ORR - Oregon Ridge Park
April Fool's Day Ride!!! Ride Leader will choose a rolling to hilly ride consistent with the spirit (and weather) of the day. web link: http://www.bmweducation.co.uk/coFacts/l … essure.asp

Friday, April 02, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 44 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: SPK-Sparks Elementary School
The Good Friday Ride!! Climbs, rollers, flats.... something for everyone!! Join me for a ride thru Rocks State Park!

Saturday, April 03, 2010

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 32 mi - Bob Seay & Carole Gardiner 301-490-6521 (410-242-6929)
START: Davidsonville Elememtary School
32 mile ride to Deale, food and snacks avail in Deale. Flat and rolling terrain. Join us for lunch afterward at Atlanta Bread in Crofton.

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 39 mi - Henry Thiess 717-600-5141 (jim.thiess@penske.com)
START: MLP: Maryland Line Park & Ride
START: MLP: Maryland Line Park & Ride / Exit 36 off I-83 N PA Flatlands tour: Sure it's an oxymoron, yes there are some hills, but this is about as flat as you can go up here; a good ride for those who would like to experience PA, but are apprehensive about the climbing. Contact Henry Thiess for questions (jim.thiess@penske.com or 717-600-5141)

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 48 mi - Edward Roth 717-235-4118 (oscar200@aol.com)
START: MLP-Maryland Line Park and Ride
Up and Down in PA, Great PA scenery on mostly lightly traveled roads. A good early spring workout. Moderately hilly with a lunch stop at Roma's Pizza or Turkey Hill convenience store in Dallastown.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 8:00 am - 100 mi - bob wagner (bobwag@gmail.com)
START: Baltimore
April Rando Ramble. route TBD

10-12 mph - 9:30 am - 33 mi - ()
START: TES Taneytown E.S.
Walt & Carol's wonderful, low traffic, scenic, mod. hilly ride to Woodsboro. Food stop is at Woodsboro Vol. Fire Co. for a highly recommended 'all you can eat' breakfast buffet (incl. bacon, ham, sausage, eggs, french toast, oj, coffee and more). Event may be cancelled because it is Easter Sunday. Check website for updates.

10-12 mph - 9:30 am - 35 mi - george cordutsky 410-882-2788 (gcordutsky@msn.com)
START: PRP: Providence Road Park and Ride
Moderatly hilly ride with reststop with food and bathroom.

Casual - 10:00 am - 28 mi - Bud Lippert 410-686-8504 (essexknight@aim.com)
START: ERP: Eastern Regional Park
START: ERP: Eastern Regional Park 11723 Eastern Ave (21220) Day of ride:443.570.0542 Tour de Chase: 16/28 mile with upgrades. Travel along SR 43 trail. Ride through the waterfront communities of Oliver Beach, Harewood Park, Twin Rivers, Visit Marshy Point Nature Center and Gunpowder State Park.

Thursday, April 08, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: ORR - Oregeon Ridge Park
Spring Break!! Come out and ride! Rollers, hills!!

Friday, April 09, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: WRP-Western Run P&R
No rest stop....rollers, climbs, fun!!!

Saturday, April 10, 2010

15 -17 & 18 mph - 12:00 am - 69 mi - ()
START: Mt Airy P&R
Ride deep into PPTC territory for lunch in Poolsville. Optional climb up Sugaloaf. The first and last thirds are somewhat hilly, and the middle is flat. web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/MtAiry69.doc

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 28 mi - Gloria Epstein 410/665-3012 (carlglo@verizon.net)
START: SPK Sparks E.S.
10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 28 mi - () START: Mod. hilly, scenic, low traffic ride w/ food stop @Painted Pig (formerly Twin Oaks).

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 46 mi - ()
START: AHS - Atholton High School
Rolling ride through Howard and Montgomery counties. Rest stop at 31 miles.

Tandem - 10:00 am - 37 mi - Carol & Walt Russell (410)665-0651 (wrussell5@yahoo.com)
START: TMP - Taneytown Memorial Park
37/46 miles - All Sides of Gettysburg; come join us for a pleasant ride on scenic country roads with a tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield in its spring glory. Lunch stop at La Bella Italian Restaurant or convenience store in Gettysburg; easy to rolling terrain. Directions: I-695 to Exit 19 North to Exit 9B. Follow Rt. 140 thru Westminster. R to remain on Rt 140 at traffic circle in Taneytown. Cross Rt. 194 at traffic light. Go 0.4 miles then Left to Park. day-of-ride cell phone: 443-286-5807

Sunday, April 11, 2010

10-12 mph - 9:00 am - 30 mi - Paul Coleianne 410-812-5273 (stregone@comcast.net)
START: NCR Trail, White Hall park & ride
Ride from White Hall to Glen Rock, PA

10-12 mph - 9:00 am - 36 mi - Jim White 410-532-7589 (bikerdancerjim@comcast.net)
START: SOC S. Carroll H.S.
Scenic ride thru Carroll & Fred. Cos. to Union Bridge VFD for the delicious 'all you can eat' breakfast. Cue sheets will be available for 30 and 42 mi. routes. Ride leader will sweep at 10 - 12 pace.

15 -17 & 18 mph - 9:30 am - 64 mi - Ed Cahill 410-375-3247 (ehc3rd@gmail.com)
START: Maryland Line P&R
rolling to Hilly ride to Red Lion PA. Lunch at Golden Crust Restaurant Cue sheet at: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/creeks__bridges.xls

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 34 mi - Rich Burns 410-433-4162 (rnburns1@verizon.net)
START: FGE - Fountain Green E.S.
START: FGE - Fountain Green E.S.: I-695 to Exit 33, I-95 N to Exit 80, left at end of ramp on Rt. 543 for 5 mi. to school on right. Mostly rolling ride to Havre de Grace with stop at conv. store or La Cucina. This ride does NOT go to Susq. St. Pk.

Casual - 10:30 am - 12 mi - ()
START: JCC: Jewish Community Center in Owings Mills
Ride goes through Worthington Valley past some horse farms. One downhill at the beginning at Garrison Forest and climb up Falls Road. web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/Worthing Valley Horse Farm Loop.pdf

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 32 mi - Katie Gore-Traill 410-665-3381 (KTGoremtb@comcast.net)
START: ORR-Oregon Ridge Park
Katie will take you thru the valley!! Lot's of fun. No rest stop!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: WRP -Western Run P&R
Rolling with hills, no rest stop

Friday, April 16, 2010

15 -17 & 18 mph - 10:00 am - 70 mi - Mark Tabb (410) 274-8668 (marktabb@yahoo.com)
START: Taneytown Memorial Park
"ACCOUNTANTS' BURNOUT RIDE" Red Rum I II or III. Will chose the week of the ride! Will go over South Mtn (very tough) and maybe PenMar...50/50! So join the totally burn't out accountants. We will have no conditioning, will be crispy and have no strength what-so-ever! But-ride we will-it's what we do! Last year the weather was perfect and we had a fairly large group. Lots of bonding and playfulness...a great ride with a great group of cyclists. I'm coming too!

Saturday, April 17, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 9:30 am - 63 mi - gene young 410-828-1137 (genejr@comcast.net)
START: Sparks Elem
41/53/63 mile options of Gene's Classic. I will check out 2nd rest stop option closer to ride date

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 36 mi - Bob Seay & Carole Gardiner 301-490-6521 (410-242-6929)
START: Davidsonville Park and Ride
Ride to Galesville, rest stop there. Join us for lunch at Atlanta Bread in Crofton after ride.

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 45 mi - Gary Brandon 717-873-3555 (rideleader13@yahoo.com)
START: MSC - Manor Shopping Center
Rock & Roll Ride. 31/45 miles Come early and have breakfast at the Bagelmeister before the ride. Beautiful rolling ride in horse country to Rocks State Park. Directions: I-695 to Exit 27 Dulaney Valley Rd. North (Rt. 146) (approx. 3-4 miles) Bear left on Jarrettsville Pike after Loch Raven Bridge where Dulaney Valley Rd goes right. Go 4.0 miles and turn right into the shopping center (just before Sweet Air Rd.)

Tandem - 10:00 am - 30 mi - Bill or Sally Ryder 410-730-5541(h), 410-340 ()
START: AHS - Atholton HS
Columbia to Ellicott City. Lunch in Ellicott City (many restaurant choices). Ride will include the Grist Mill Trail in Patapsco State Park. Ride will not go if greater than 40% chance of rain Directions: Altholoton HS in Columbia, I-695 to I-70, then south on Rt 29. In Columbia, leave Rt 29 at Shaker Drive Exit. Turn Right at end of ramp, then left at T, Martin Road. After 0.2 Mile turn right onto Freetown Road. School is 0.1 mi on the left.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

13 - 15 mph - 9:00 am - 46 mi - Bruce Galanter 410-241-7089 (bgalanter@gmail.com)
START: ORR Oregon Ridge
Oregon Ridge to Crossroads (Fallston). Choice of a bar or Pizza at the rest stop.

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 45 mi - Ken Philhower 410-437-0309 (H) (kenphilhower1315@cablespeed.com)
START: EHR - Earleigh Heights Ranger Station
Ken Philhower 410-437-0309 (kenphilhower1315@cablespeed.com); day-of-ride cell phone 410-689-5800 START: EHR - Earleigh Heights Ranger Station - I-695 to Exit 2 -Rt. 10 South. Go approx. 7 mi. to end, then Left on Rt. 2 South. Go 1 mile to 2nd traffic light then Right on Earleigh Heights Rd. Go 0.2 mi. to the B&A Trail Ranger Station on left. Parking lots are on both sides of the road. "Circle the Scenic Severn". Catch a glimpse of the waterfront before the leaves come out and enjoy the 50-cent tour of Annapolis; lunch at the Annapolis City Dock. Anyone who thinks Anne Arundel County is flat hasn't done this ride! The hilliest part is between miles 6 and 10; the rest is easier, including many flat sections, but with occasional "surprise" hills. And, oh yeah, on the way back you get to pedal up what has to be the steepest hill in the county (steep, but short!), so bring your "granny gear"! Faster riders please note: I'm leading this ride again next weekend (April 25) at a 13-15mph pace. web link: http://www.baltimorebicyclingclub.org

15 -17 & 18 mph - 10:00 am - 77 mi - Stuart Lamb 410-884-9154 (colnagotifosi@yahoo.com)
START: HCV: Harper's Choice Village Center
Sheltered Shady Seventy-Seven: Seventy-Seven miles in Howard and Montgomery County on the lowest traffic, most sheltered (for winter) and shady (for summer) roads possible. 5,250 feet gives it a 6.8 climbing rank. There are several 11-15% short grades but it is mostly rolling through beautiful country roads. HVC is one mile into Columbia from the RT-108 & Homewood/Harper's Farm Road intersection. Meet at the rear of the Village Center near the sports park. There is an excellent casual restaurant called Maiwand Kabob in the shopping center for lunch as well as a McDonalds and Safeway with Starbucks for before ride Joe and restrooms. Cue sheet at: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/HCV-Sheltered, Shady, Seventy-Seven.pdf web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/HCV-Sheltered, Shady, Seventy-Seven.pdf

Casual - 10:30 am - 14 mi - ()
START: MSC - Manor Shopping Center in Jacksonville
Ride is moderately hilly in the beginning, but last 6 miles are easy. web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/Jacksonville Loop.pdf

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 9:30 am - 50 mi - Steve Zeldin 410-828-5553 (szeldin@comcast.net)
START: Meadowood Regional Park: 10650 Falls Rd just south of Joppa Rd, Lutherville
MWP Lawndale Tank: Fun figure-8 loop crossing on Butler Rd. Ride goes up to Glens Falls, Lawndale, and Tank roads, starting Tally Ho and returning on Hillside. Mile 31 break at High's (Rt 30 @ Rt 91). 3500 Ft. web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/MWP Lawndale Tank.pdf

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 29 mi - Katie Gore-Traill 410-665-3381 (KTGoremtb@comcast.net)
START: Providence Road P&R
Climbs, rollers, no rest stop, come join the fun!

Friday, April 23, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: ORR - Oregon Ridge Park
No rest stop! Hills and rollers!

Saturday, April 24, 2010

13 - 15 mph - 9:30 am - 47 mi - ()
START: HCV Harpers Choice Village SC
47 rolling miles in Howard Co. with rest stop at shopping center in Lisbon with several options. HVC is one mile into Columbia from the RT-108 & Homewood/Harper's Farm Road intersection. Meet at the rear of the Village Center near the sports park. Day of ride cell: Kent @ 443 562 2886.

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 26 mi - Charlotte Pappas 410-804-5500 (pappasbike@yahoo.com)
START: Bushy Park Elem
START: Bushy Park Elem, Corner Carrs Mill Rd & Rt 97 Howard Co. I-70 west, Rt 97 south, R Carrs Mill at light, L into parking lot. Backroads ride, moderately hilly, rest stop at High's. 17 mile option available.

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 49 mi - Ed Hopkins 4104915191 (ed.hopkins@verizon.net)
START: RUN - Runnymede Elementary School, Taneytown, MD
The classic tour of the Thurmont plateau. Rolling hills. Beautiful country. 2200 feel of climbing. This cue sheet is available in cuesheetcentral.com under the name 'Thurmont LIte'

Casual - 10:00 am - 25 mi - Bud Lippert 410-686-8504 (essexknight@aim.com)
START: WDC: Wild Duck Cafe
25 mile Flat ride through communities of Bowleys Quarters and Carroll Island Brief Stop at Miami Beach Park Lunch at Maria's Deli or Wild Duck Cafe. Day of ride:443.570.0542

Tandem - 10:00 am - 42 mi - Donna and Ross Glasgow 301-249-5055 (home) 240- (bike4r2@comcast.net)
START: SHS - Southern High School
Ride to Deale--Southern Anne Arundel County 42/33 Southern HS, Harwood MD (HAR). Joint CRABS/WABITS ride to Deale with lunch at a restaurant in Deale on the water. A nice ride with some pretty overlook views of the water on the longer route. The ride has some hills, but is not too difficult. The ride back after lunch is the same for both rides and is about 10 miles. The ride leaders will be doing the 42 mile ride. Directions: I-695 to Exit 4 I-97 South to Exit 22 Rt 665 East (Aris T. Allen Blvd). Go approx. 1.5 mi. then Bear Right onto RT 2 South (Solomon's Island Rd). Go 8.0 mi. then Right to school. Call ride leaders if weather is doubtful.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 9:30 am - 72 mi - Janet Goldstein 410-366-1466 (jgoldst@verizon.net)
START: Crofton Center: Routes 3 & 424, Crofton, Anne Arundel County
Gently rolling ride to Chesapeake Beach. Several options for snacks and/or lunch. (No facilities at ride start, but there's a Mickey D's on Rt. 3 just before 424.)

Casual - 9:30 am - 20 mi - Bob Carson 4108288604 (bikebob@comcast.net)
START: SPH - Sparrows Point High School
Tour of North Point - flat ride through waerfront communlites and visit North Point State Park and Fort Howard

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 33 mi - Gloria Epstein 410/665-3012 (carlglo@verizon.net)
START: TES Taneytown E.S.
Carol & Walt's scenic Carroll Co. ride w/some hills to Woodsboro for lunch. Combined w/ 13/15mph group.

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 45 mi - Ken Philhower 410-437-0309 (H) (kenphilhower1315@cablespeed.com)
START: EHR - Earleigh Heights Ranger Station
Ken Philhower 410-437-0309 (kenphilhower1315@cablespeed.com); day-of-ride cell phone 410-689-5800 START: EHR - Earleigh Heights Ranger Station - I-695 to Exit 2 -Rt. 10 South. Go approx. 7 mi. to end, then Left on Rt. 2 South. Go 1 mile to 2nd traffic light then Right on Earleigh Heights Rd. Go 0.2 mi. to the B&A Trail Ranger Station on left. Parking lots are on both sides of the road. "Circle the Scenic Severn". Catch a glimpse of the waterfront before the leaves come out and enjoy the 50-cent tour of Annapolis; lunch at the Annapolis City Dock. Anyone who thinks Anne Arundel County is flat hasn't done this ride! The hilliest part is between miles 6 and 10; the rest is easier, including many flat sections, but with occasional "surprise" hills. And, oh yeah, on the way back you get to pedal up what has to be the steepest hill in the county (steep, but short!), so bring your "granny gear"! web link: http://www.baltimorebicyclingclub.org

13 - 15 mph - 10:00 am - 39 mi - Rich Burns 410-433-4162 (rnburns1@verizon.net)
START: TES - Taneytown E.S.
Brenda & Jim's variation on Walt & Carol's Quarry Ride with lunch/snack stop in Woodsboro; combined start with 10/12 mph group.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 9:30 am - 51 mi - Steve Zeldin 410-828-5553 (szeldin@comcast.net)
START: Oregon Ridge Park
Manchester Loop: We circle Hampstead stopping at the Sheetz in Manchester at mile 28 before shooting back on Millers Station Rd. Great view from ride high point (1080 ft elevation) at mile 29.4! Rolling with hills for 4300 Ft. web link: http://cuesheetcentral.com/uploads/ORR Manchester Loop.pdf

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 32 mi - Gene Young 410-828-1137 (genejr@comcast.net)
START: ORR-Oregon Ridge Park
Nice Piney Hill Loop, no rest stops. This should provide easy recovery after the FUN Steve will put us through the previous day!

Friday, April 30, 2010

10-12 mph - 10:00 am - 34 mi - Bud Lippert 410-686-8504 (essexknight@aim.com)
START: Chesapeake City; Bethel Rd parking lot
START: Chesapeake City; Bethel Rd parking lot Rt40N to Rt 216 for 16 miles; Over the C&D bridge; take first ramp off the bridge; Right turn on Basil Rd(rt 537) Left turn on George Rd (Rt286) Right turn on 2nd Ave (RT286) Follow to Bethel Ave. Turn Right on Bethel (Rt 286) for 4/10 mile. Left Turn into parking lot. Day of ride:443.570.0542 34 mile mostly flat about the countryside of Cecil county. Travel through towns of Earlville, Cayotes corner, & Chesapeake City. Bohemia Kates is one of the stops on the tr

15 - 17 mph - 10:00 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (frfaison@msn.com)
START: Oregon Ridge Park - ORR
Some climbs, some rollers!! No rest stop! Come join the fun!

Prepared on 07:54:10 March 17 2010

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

15 - 17 mph - 10:30 am - 35 mi - Renee Faison 410-356-7088 (Frfaison@msn.com)
START: WRP - Western Run P&R
Rolling with hills!! No rest stop


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Mar-05-10 02:51 pm
Law suit filed in Jack Yates case
Category: Social
Forum: Advocacy

The Sun reported the filing of this suit today:

Attorney claims driver of truck was negligent; police found victim, 67, at fault

By Liz F. Kay | liz.kay@baltsun.com

March 5 2010

The family of a bicyclist killed last year in a collision with a truck on Maryland Avenue in Baltimore has filed a $5 million wrongful-death lawsuit against the driver and his employer.

The complete article can be viewed at:

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryla … ist05mar05,0,5488044.story

Any comments on what the police are claiming and what the family are saying?

ed

Feb-17-10 03:51 pm
Several questions about the cue library
Category: Social

Will

I had no idea that this kind of thing was happening. (I suppose I should have though.)

However I think there is still a need here for some way to facilitate the updating of cue sheets. How about a special set of "trusted users" that are allowed to freely make these changes. I suspect there are only 30 or 40 of us who do this and a lot of us know each other and could vouch for each other. Is something like that feasible given the constraints you are working with?

And we still need the overview on the cue sheet page on how to make changes.  As it stands now who is it exactly who can make changes to a cue sheet: the "author" who is sometimes "unknown" or the person who submitted the cue sheet--which need not be the same person.  So in addition to "File Upload instructions" and "File Download instructions" we need a "File change instructions"

And do answer my technical question: Does an "update" destroy the old cue sheet?

And, I just saw Ed Cahill's suggestion come in about having a Cue sheet librarian doing this work. Ed: how about my suggestion of a distributed set of "cue sheet librarians" taking the form of trusted users?  Not only is this work too great for the web site administrator, it is also too much work for a single cue sheet librarian.

Maintaining a library is extremely important. Let's put a good solution in place.

ed

Feb-17-10 02:53 pm
Several questions about the cue library
Category: Social

admin wrote:

If you submitted a cue sheet you should be able to edit it.  If someone else submitted a cue then you need to contact that person to make changes.  This system is the most secure so people can't go willy nilly changing other people's work.

Will

Two points, one technical question and a comment

1)  what I asked for and what I think we need are guide lines (and rules) on the Cue Library page explaining how to update a cue sheet or how to make a temporary correction to it.  Currently there are NO guidelines or information on how to change a cue sheet that is in the library. 

2)  You raise an entirely new issue of "willy nilly" changes to cue sheets. You add that you have security in place to prevent this from happening.  I don't think any club member would "willy nilly" change someone else's cue sheet.  You are protecting against a non-existent threat. I think you have put "security" in place that will just prove to be cumbersome, that will make it harder for the cue sheet library to be kept up to date.  Why not make the security of the cue library much looser: allow all registered users to change cue sheets.  If someone screws something up, we will know who they are and appropriate action can be taken.  (Make them go on rides without a helmet for a few times.)  I think we should start with more liberal controls on the cue library and only tighten them up if there are problems.  Let's not start out thinking the members of the club are a bunch of malicious idiots who will willy nilly mess up the work of others. Let's start with a flexible open system that will encourage all to keep the cue sheets up to date.

question: is the cue library set up so that it is possible to go back to an earlier version of a cue sheet?  Or is the updating of a cue sheet a destructive action that removes the old cue sheet?  (The relevance of this question to the previous points is obvious.)

comment: most of my cue sheet work has been modifying the wonderful old cue sheets of others so that the cue sheets now work.  If it is not easy to do this, people will just submit a new cue sheet with a slightly different name and leave the old one in the library. The old one will be wrong but will remain in the library.  This is basically the state of cuesheetcentral: tons of cue sheets that don't quite work anymore.  Let's try to set up a system that will ease the most common activity involving cue sheets: tweaking them a bit so they still work.

thanks

Ed

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