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Perry
10-12-2017
10:23 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 10/14/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza or start in Unicoi

Time: Ride STARTS at 8:00 from ETSU or 9:00 at intersection of Sciota rd/Hwy 107 in Unicoi - BE READY TO RIDE

Distance: 94+/- miles from ETSU, 65+/- miles from Unicoi

Route: Sciota, Iron, Red Hill, Green Mtn, Spivey, Sciota https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26035706

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Partly sunny around 60 at 8:00

Note: From ETSU, store stops at mile 35 (Red Hill) and mile 69 next to Mtn Inn, if needed. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3140
Perry
10-05-2017
08:49 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 10/7/17

Where: Due to ETSU football game, meet in ETSU Day Care parking lot at corner of Signal Dr & N. Greenwood Dr, or Mary Hughes in Piney Flats

Time: Ride STARTS at 8:00 from ETSU Day Care or 8:45 from Mary Hughes - BE READY TO RIDE

Distance: 101+/- miles from ETSU, 69+/- miles from Mary Hughes

Route: Piney, Bluff City, Holston, Cross, Piney, Watauga, Smalling Rd https://ridewithgps.com/routes/25869300

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Partly sunny around 60 at 8:00

Note: For century riders, first store stop mile 47 (Shady Valley), then again mile 79. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3139
Perry
09-29-2017
11:05 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/30/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's Pizza

Time: Ride starts at 9:00 a.m. - BE READY TO RIDE!

Distance: 76+/- miles

Route: Sciota, Unaka, Red Hill, Iron, Sciota https://ridewithgps.com/routes/25686462

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Partly cloudy 55 at start, turning sunny & warming to low 70's during ride

Note: Quick regrouping at top of Sciota (on way out), Unaka & Iron. Store stop at Red Hill (mile 42). This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it's assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who's agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3138
Chip
09-21-2017
12:17 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/23/17

Where: Due to ETSU football game, meet in ETSU Day Care parking lot at corner of Signal Dr & N. Greenwood Dr

Time: Ride starts at 8:00 a.m. - BE READY TO RIDE!

Distance: 72 miles with approximately 6,700' of elevation gain

Route: Tiger Creek/Roaring Creek, Hughes Gap, NC side of Iron Mtn, Sciota https://www.strava.com/routes/10649410

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Currently calling for early fog and low 60's at 8:00am, warming up to low 80's by end of ride

Note: We will plan to stop at the convenience store at the Roan Mtn State Park entrance. This is NOT a no drop ride, however we WILL plan to regroup a few times during ride (generally at the top of climbs unless discussed otherwise). Tell Chip prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it's assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who's agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3137
Perry
09-15-2017
09:10 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/16/17

Where: Due to ETSU football game, meet in ETSU Day Care parking lot at corner of Signal Dr & N. Greenwood Dr or Mtn Inn in Erwin

Time: Ride starts at 7:30 at ETSU Day Care Center or 8:40 at Mtn Inn - BE READY TO RIDE!

Distance: 102+/- from Day Care Center or 64+/- from Mtn Inn

Route: Sam's Gap, Big Laurel, Devil's Fork https://ridewithgps.com/routes/23018085

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Sunny, around 60 at 7:30

Note: On century route, store stops at mile 40, 62 and 83 as needed. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3136
Perry
09-07-2017
10:10 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/9/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight’s or Mountain Inn in Erwin

Time: Ride STARTS @ 8:00 from ETSU or 9:00 from Mtn Inn (be ready to roll out when ETSU group passes)

Route: Spivey Mtn, Bald Mtn, Windy Gap, Sam's Gap https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13529832

Distance: 101+/- or 62+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny around 52 at start, low humidity.

Note: Time to make the annual pilgrimage to pay homage to the cycling gods of Bald Mtn & Windy Gap with offerings of burning legs & lungs. Store stops available at mile 44,62,82 (for century riders). This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3135
Perry
09-01-2017
02:15 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/2/17

Where: meet in upper end of ETSU parking lot across from ropes course (ETSU football game at 7pm but ride should be finished before traffic/parking gets crazy)

Time: Ride STARTS at 8:00 - BE READY TO RIDE

Distance: 62+/- miles

Route: Cherokee, Arnold, Conklin, Corby Bridge, Chuckey Pike, Rheatown, Bowmantown, Hairetown https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17605649

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Overcast, cool and rain possible. If raining or rain is imminent at start of ride, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are wet/drying, ride is on.

Note: No planned stops.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain
3134
Perry
08-23-2017
10:34 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride - The Beast

When: 8/26/17

Where: Starts in ETSU parking lot behind Knights

Time: Ride STARTS at 8:00 - BE READY TO RIDE

Distance/Routes: 50 miles - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21158360
                 75 miles - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21034470
                100 miles - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21158498

Pace: determined by group you ride in

Forecast: Forecast looks great with low humidity

Note: Charity fund raiser for good cause. After ride party at Knight’s Pizza.
      More info at Beast website: https://www.mshafoundation.org/the-beast-bicycle-ride
3133
Perry
08-18-2017
11:13 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 8/19/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights

Time: Ride STARTS at 7:30 - BE READY TO RIDE

Distance: 80+/- miles

Route: Unicoi (via Erwin Hwy), Iron, Fork, Roan, RR Grade, Gap Creek https://ridewithgps.com/routes/24341660

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Forecast looks good with slightly lower humidity.

Note: Store stop in Glen Ayre (mile 36) and if needed Roan Mtn (mile 55). This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain
3132
Perry
08-03-2017
01:12 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 8/5/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza or in Unicoi

Time: Ride STARTS at 7:30 from ETSU or 8:15 at corner of Unicoi Dr & Hwy 107 - BE READY TO RIDE

Distance: 85+/- miles from ETSU or 65+/- miles from Unicoi(optional 15 mile add-on near end of ride for anyone wanting a century)

Route: Unicoi (via Erwin Hwy), Iron Mtn, Red Hill, Spivey Mtn https://ridewithgps.com/routes/23828218

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Forecast calling for rain Friday night, ending before daylight Sat. If raining or rain is imminent at start, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are wet but drying, ride is on.

Note: Store stop in Red Hill (mile 32 from ETSU). Next possible stop next to Mtn Inn (mile 66 from ETSU). This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3131
Perry
07-21-2017
10:02 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 7/22/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza

Time: Ride starts at 7:00 (earlier time due to heat/humidity) - BE READY TO RIDE!

Distance: 63+/- miles

Route: Gap Creek, RR Grade, Roaring Creek (Ripshin Mtn), Simerly Creek, Sciota https://ridewithgps.com/routes/23268681

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Chance of rain in morning, increasing in afternoon. Ride dependent on weather. If raining or rain is imminent at start, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are wet but drying, ride is on.

Note: Store stop if needed in town of Roan Mtn (mile 25). Route doesn’t go thru there, so will add approx. 4 miles to ride. No other stores along route. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3130
Perry
07-14-2017
01:21 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 7/15/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza or Mtn Inn in Erwin

Time: Ride starts at 7:30 at ETSU or 8:40 at Mtn Inn - BE READY TO RIDE!

Distance: 102+/- from ETSU or 64+/- from Mtn Inn

Route: Sam's Gap, Big Laurel, Devil's Fork https://ridewithgps.com/routes/23018085

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Chance of rain in morning, increasing in afternoon. Ride dependent on weather. If raining or rain is imminent at start, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are wet but drying, ride is on.

Note: Route may be altered during ride due to weather. First store stop at mile 40, with additional stops at mile 62 and 83 as needed. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3129
Perry
06-30-2017
10:04 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 7/1/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza

Time: ride starts at 7:30 (BE READY TO RIDE)

Distance: 103+/- miles, but plenty of places to cut route short for those not wanting all the miles

Route: Boones Creek, Gray, Baileyton, Afton, Lamar https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16752109
Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Chance of rain, increasing in afternoon. Ride dependent on weather. If raining or rain is imminent at start, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are wet but drying, ride is on.

Note: First store stop at mile 46, with additional stops at mile 70 or 88 as needed. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3128
Perry
06-08-2017
11:54 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 6/10/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza

Time: ride starts at 7:30 (BE READY TO RIDE)

Distance: 100+/- miles, but plenty of places to cut route short for those not wanting all the miles

Route: South of 11E Century https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21917526

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Sunny, around 60 degrees at start

Note: First store stop at mile 43, with additional stops at mile 60 or 70 as needed. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3127
Perry
06-01-2017
10:19 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride - for those not involved in Roan Groan

When: 6/3/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza

Time: ride starts at 8:00 (BE READY TO RIDE)

Distance: 75+/- miles

Route: Unicoi, Unaka, Green Mtn, Iron, Sciota https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21697854

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Partly sunny, around 60 degrees at start

Note: Store stop in Red Hill at mile 40. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
3126
Perry
05-25-2017
02:54 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 5/27/17

Where: meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knights Pizza

Time: ride starts at 8:00 (BE READY TO RIDE)

Distance: 70+/- miles

Route: Cherokee rd, Tilson Mtn, Devil's Fork, Tilson Mtn, Buffalo Mtn https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16255588

Pace: determined by group

Forecast: Small chance of rain in morning, increasing in the afternoon. If raining or rain is imminent at start time, ride is off. If rain has ended and roads are drying, ride is on.

Note: Store stop next to Mtn Inn on return thru Erwin if needed. This is NOT a no drop ride. Tell Perry prior to start if you're unfamiliar with area, are on-call, or plan to cut route short.

Description: SGR is meant to be challenging in possibly 3 ways: terrain/distance/pace. How each SGR is conducted is determined by the riders who participate on any given Sat, which is why the pace is posted as determined by group. Regrouping after climbs/hard efforts and waiting for riders who puncture or make unplanned stops (for fluids, nature breaks, etc.) usually occurs, but may not. Individuals are free to wait in such instances, but the entire group may not. You ride at your own risk and are responsible for getting yourself back to the start point if you lose the group. Except for those new to this area/visiting, it’s assumed riders are familiar with the routes/area. Riders should carry a phone to access GPS or to call someone who’s agreed to assist them if needed. However, no rider will be knowingly abandoned if injured, bike becomes in-operable or are new to the area. In fairness to yourself and fellow riders, participants should be able to maintain a 16-18 mph avg on hilly terrain and a 15-17 avg on mountainous terrain.
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