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White Hall – Dyke (30 & 41, B, MH)
March 18 @ 10:00 am
A scenic, moderately hilly tour of western Albemarle County, this ride makes a large clockwise loop from Free Union to White Hall to Boonesville and Nortonsville, then another loop toward Bacon Hollow and back to Dyke before returning to Free Union.
Stores: Mile 7 (White Hall); mile 32 (long route) (Dyke)
Route page: White Hall – Dyke
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* Please indicate you will attend by leaving a comment (with your distance) below. Be sure to have the route on your phone or bike computer, and/or have a map or cue sheet. Also, please check the ride comments the day of the ride if the weather is iffy.
Question for you guys doing the B paced ride, if no one responds in the affirmative to a ride (today’s C paced ride) does that mean that you are on your own? If that is the case I may ride a different route. Thanks
Imagine you could at least start with us. I’m not 100% sure of my pace so may honestly be more like a C rider myself too
Rodney, that might mean that you are the only one doing the C paced ride. But it also might mean there will other people doing the C paced ride that have not commented about their attendance. We’re sorry we can’t tell you more.
Chris and I will be there, and probably do the long route.
Also hoping to do 30 mile one, Will
I plan to do the long route but, like Miguel, will ride with the majority.
Miguel Diaz Hansen17.03.2023
I will be there tomorrow!
I am aiming to do the long route but available to do what the majority would do.
See you there.
Anyone planning to do the 30 miles route?
I will be there, happy to do either route.
Be sure to have the route on your phone or bike computer, and/or have a map or cue sheet.
For details on how group rides are categorized, check out the Ride Classification guidelines.
Requirements For Riders
All riders are required to have a helmet; a taillight, Road ID and a rear-view mirror is strongly recommended. You are also expected to have adequate fluids and a road-worthy bicycle in good repair. Many rides, but not all, will include the opportunity to stop at a store to replenish supplies.
You should be prepared to fix a flat tire and perform other minor repairs on the roadside. If you are new to cycling and are not comfortable with these procedures, don’t let that stop you. However, you might want to talk to a more experienced member before the ride so the group is prepared to help if necessary.
Safety On The Road
The club considers safety to be our very highest priority. Please review the information on the Safety Page before you join us for a ride.
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