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3118
perry
02-17-2017
10:21 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 2/18/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 10:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Cherokee, Conklin, Chuckey, Limestone, Telford https://ridewithgps.com/routes/19051959
 
Distance: 62+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Forecast: Overcast, chance of rain increasing during afternoon, upper 40s at start. If raining or rain is imminent at start time, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are drying, ride is on.


Note: No planned stops. 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.
3117
perry
02-09-2017
01:15 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 2/11/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 10:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Piney Flats, Bluff City, South Holston dam, Piney Flats, Watauga https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17155032
 
Distance: 66+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Forecast: Overcast, slight chance of rain, upper 40s at start. If raining or rain is imminent at start time, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are drying, ride is on.


Note: One planned stop at dam . 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.
3116
perry
02-03-2017
10:51 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 2/4/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 1:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Sulphur Springs, Bowmantown, Limestone https://ridewithgps.com/routes/18825286
 
Distance: 62+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Sunny, mid 40s.

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3115
perry
01-20-2017
12:58 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 1/21/17

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 9:30 (be ready to roll out)

Route: TBD

Distance: 65+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Overcast, slight chance of rain. If raining or rain is imminent at start time, ride is off. If rain has passed and roads are drying, ride is on.

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3114
perry
12-09-2016
08:59 AM ET (US)
What: SUNDAY Group Ride

When: 12/11/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 12:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: TBD

Distance: 60+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast partly sunny, light wind, mid 40s at start time

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3113
perry
12-01-2016
02:57 PM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 12/3/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 1:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: TBD

Distance: 55+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast partly sunny, light wind, mid 40s at start time

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3112
perry
11-23-2016
09:57 AM ET (US)
What: Thanksgiving Day Ride

When: 11/24/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 9:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: To be determined

Distance: 30+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast calling for chance of rain, 50 degrees at start. If raining, rain is imminent or roads are SOAKING WET, ride is off. If rained has passed and roads are DAMP and drying, ride is on.

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3111
perry
11-16-2016
08:50 AM ET (US)
What: FRIDAY Group Ride

When: 11/18/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 12:30 (be ready to roll out)

Route: To be determined but in the valleys

Distance: 65+/- miles

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present Friday forecast sunny, light wind, 70 at start time. Saturday forecast calling for rain in morning with temps falling into 40s during afternoon with winds 15+ mph.

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3110
perry
11-10-2016
10:14 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 11/12/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 10:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Cherokee, Arnold, Conklin, Corby, Chuckey, Old Stage, Hairetown https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17605649

Distance: 62+/- miles (3,111' climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny, light wind, mid 40s at start time

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3109
perry
11-03-2016
10:32 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 11/5/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 10:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Shadden, Fordtown, Bowmantown, Limestone, Telford https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17493987

Distance: 65+/- miles (3,520' climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny, calm wind, mid 40s at start time

Note: No planned stops. 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.
3108
perry
10-27-2016
10:33 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 10/29/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 9:30 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Tavern Hill, Sulpher Springs, Jeroldstown, Graysburg, Rheatown, Chuckey https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17378425

Distance: 73+/- miles (4,083' climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny, upper 50s at start time

Note: One planned store stop at 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.
3107
perry
10-14-2016
10:03 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 10/15/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 8:30 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Piney Flats, Bluff City, Holston Dam, Piney Flats, Watauga https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17155032

Distance: 67+/- miles (3,430' climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast partly cloudy, around 60 at start time

Note: One planned stop at dam for water. 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.
3106
perry
09-21-2016
10:12 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/24/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 7:30 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Buffalo, Unaka, Tipton Hill, Hughes Gap, Roan, Fork, Iron, Sciota https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16712811

Distance: 107+/- miles (11,330 ft climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny & warm

Note: Planned store stops at mile 40 & 75. 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.
3105
perry
09-15-2016
10:16 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/17/16

Where: Meet at Mountain Inn in Erwin (I-26, exit 40)

Time: Ride starts @ 8:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Devil's Fork, Gunter Town, Big Laurel, Sam's Gap https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16581564

Distance: 67+/- miles (5,179 climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny & warm

Note: One planned store stop at mile 47. 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.
3104
perry
09-08-2016
09:02 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/10/16

Where: Meet at Mountain Inn in Erwin (I-26, exit 40)

Time: Ride starts @ 8:00 (be ready to roll out)

Route: Sam's Gap, Big Laurel, Franklin Mtn, Devil's Fork https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16416780

Distance: 66+/- miles (5,739 climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny & warm.

Note: One planned store stop at mile 44. 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.
3103
perry
09-01-2016
11:22 AM ET (US)
What: Sat Group Ride

When: 9/3/16

Where: Meet in ETSU parking lot behind Knight's

Time: Ride starts @ 7:15 (be ready to roll out at 7:15)

Route: Erwin, Gentry mtn, Devil's Fork (turn around at top), Gentry, Buffalo https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16254558

Alternate Route: Erwin, Tilson mtn, Devil's Fork, Tilson, Buffalo https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16255588

Distance: 76+/- miles (6,220' climbing) or 70+/- miles (5,239' climbing)

Pace: Determined by group

Weather: Present forecast sunny & cooler with low humidity. Forecast temp 60 at start time climbing to mid 70s by early afternoon.

Note: One planned stop at store next to Mtn Inn on way back (mile 56 for Gentry loop) . Going back to JC on Cherokee rd rather than over Buffalo, will shortened route 1.7 miles with 338’ less climbing. 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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