THE PREZ SEZ
Greetings Fellow Cyclists!
Welcome as always to our new members and those who continue to remain faithful to staying active members. It is great to see new members with new energy get excited and passionate about our favorite pastime - bicycling. Our club is
General Club Meeting
**** No meetings for
July 2015 or August 2015 ****
550 E. Shaw Ave.
July 1, 2015
Sequoia Brewery North
Champlain & Perrin
Heberto Sanchez & Family
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.
Co=sponsored by FCC and TC3
July 16, 2015
Start registering at 5:30 first rider off at 6:00 pm
Free to FCC and TC3 members, $5.00 non-members
Heat over 105 cancels event
September 26, 2015
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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