Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Fall tours for us to improve with our mere presence

Hey, just 'cause we're back from Vermont doesn't mean ya gotta put yer bike up! (You might want to make sure there's not too much water in it - my bike is still sloshing slightly.) There are a number of tours that take advantage of the cooling temperatures and changing leaves.

First up is THIS SUNDAY, the 20th: the Cherry County Cycling Club's Harvest Tour. This is up in the Leland area, and takes in some of the prettiest riding terrain in the state. There are at least a few of us going up, and you may be able to take advantage of a lodging offer from one of our riders from last year. Contact Rob Andro if you're interested (Mary, Nicole, Mike, or I can put you in touch with him if you don't have his email).

Second is the Apple Cider Century, which is... full. Dang. Well, the group that's going down will have fun, and we'll have to shoot for next year. It's a five thousand person ride. Wow.

Third is the Colorburst Tour. This is put on by the Rapid Wheelmen of Grand Rapids, on Saturday, October 10. This starts and finishes at Fallasburg Park northeast of GR. Registration is $20 until September 30, then it jumps to $30, so if you want to ride sign up now!

And we have 2 team rides left before we send the Death Valley crew off to do the good thing that we do - more info will be forthcoming.

All of these rides are on our team calendar too...

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