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SH-Dyke-Amicus (B/C, MH)

March 17 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

From Spring Hill Baptist Church, this route takes you on Frays Mill Rd, Advance Mills Rd, Frays Mtn Rd, Buffalo River Rd, Simmons Gap Rd, Buck Mtn Rd, Markwood Rd, Dyke Rd, Amicus Rd, Dunnes Shop Rd, Advance Mills Rd, Cedar Grove Rd, and Spring Hill Rd.

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March 17
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Start Location

Spring Hill Baptist Church
2620 Frays Mill Road
Ruckersville, VA 22968 United States
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  • Kevin Webster


    Hi, I plan to ride tomorrow, it will be my first ride since joining the club today. Can’t wait to meet everyone, I am a B class rider.



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      Todd Stansbury


      Welcome to the herd, Kevin! Forecast is very iffy for tomorrow, so keep an eye on the sky in the morning. Look forward to seeing you on the road soon!

      • Kevin Webster


        Good Morning Todd,

        Do you know if the ride is still on for today?



        • TS

          Todd Stansbury


          With sloppy roads and more rain in the forecast, I’d be surprised if folks ride today. Patti and I are out. Hope to ride Saturday, weather permitting. -Todd

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