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White Hall – Dyke (B, MH)

March 19 @ 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.

Route page: https://www.charlottesvillebicycleclub.org/white-hall-dyke/

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Details

Date:
March 19
Time:
10:00 am
Ride Category:

Organizer

Schedule
Email:
info@charlottesvillebicycleclub.org
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Start Location

Free Union School
4220 Free Union Road
Free Union, VA 22910
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  • Tim B

    19.03.2022

    I’ll be there as well. First group ride for me this year.

  • Kevin

    18.03.2022

    I’ll B there!

  • CH

    Jordan Garris

    18.03.2022

    Planning to come unless there are thunderstorms; my weather app is saying 30% chance at 10.

  • Tom Bailey

    18.03.2022

    Wind looks pretty fierce. I’ll see how it looks in the morning.

  • CH

    Peter Aaron

    18.03.2022

    C you there!!!

  • Andy MacDonald

    18.03.2022

    I’ll be there.

  • Eric Stull

    18.03.2022

    I will B there

  • Connie

    18.03.2022

    We hope to ‘B’ there also! Our fingers are crossed that the rain holds off.

    • Bob Mical

      18.03.2022

      Yes, me too. But what about the wind🌬💨??

      • Connie

        18.03.2022

        We can try and hide from the wind, but it’s hard to hide from the rain once we get out riding!

  • David Jones

    18.03.2022

    I plan to ‘C’ you there, especially after some recent travels and time off the bike!

  • CH

    Izzie McGregor-Crane

    18.03.2022

    I will ‘C’ you Lori!

  • Angie

    18.03.2022

    I will be there Saturday.😊

  • Lori

    18.03.2022

    Anyone interested in a B- or C pace? Would love to do this with some company. 🙂

    • Bob Mical

      18.03.2022

      A > B might do it for me. I’m still recovering from my trip to Dr. Acula on Thursday. 🩸💉💉

  • CH

    Todd Stansbury

    18.03.2022

    Forecast is looking better. We plan to “B” there!

    • Bob Mical

      18.03.2022

      Welcome home TS! Glad to have you in the sexagenarian club. 😃 😄

      • CH

        Todd Stansbury

        18.03.2022

        I’m way too young to be this old!

  • Bob Mical

    18.03.2022

    Anyone thinking about it? Weather looks a little sketch. 😒

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