THE PREZ SEZ
Greetings my fellow Bicyclists and welcome to our new members.
I need your help! I am looking for ideas on how to help all our members get out and enjoy riding their bikes. It is just the nature of organizations to have 20% of the members actively involved and the other 80% occasionally involved.
General Club Meeting
September 9th at 6:30 PM
550 E. Shaw Ave.
Guest Speakers: Nancy Dooley and Brian Bellis
Idaho Bicycle Journeys
Sequoia Brewery North
Champlain & Perrin
These events will be coming to a road near you. Some of these are paid events sponsored by other clubs. Check out the Ride the West Calendar by Greg Lozaga.
11th Annual Tandem/Recumbent Mini Rally: This annual Labor Day event begins at Railroad Park at Peach and Alluvial in Clovis. Sign in at 7:15 with a start time at 8:00. This is an all level ride suited for every ability. There will be a 32 mile flat course and a 65 mile moderately hilly route for the more experienced riders. The 32 mile will take a circuitous route out to Shaw and Academy before heading back; the 65 mile route will follow the 32 mile, but continues up Watts Valley Road past the corral for a well-deserved rest stop before heading back down the hill. Enjoy the after ride BBQ while visiting with friends and discussing the day’s events. So, dust off that tandem or recumbent and come out to ride!
Lighthouse Century - September 26, 2015
Annual Sacramento Salmon Run Ride • November 6th and 7th
The goal of iCan Bike is to teach individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheeled bicycle and to become lifelong independent riders. iCan Bike uses adapted bicycles, a specialized instructional program, trained staff, and lots of volunteers to help achieve this goal.
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