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Thursday, October 2, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 2, 20149:00AM48 miles @ 16-18 mphAurora Panera Bread located at 1330 Orchard RdPravin Patel cell 630 878 8109 Explore Kane County Ride
We will explore parts of Kane Country riding thru three small towns of Kaneville, Hinckley and Big Rock. I will maintain a steady pace of 16-18 mph with occasional sprints and regrouping as necessary. Please bring snacks and water and a rain jacket. Rain at the start will cancel the ride.
Thursday, October 2, 20144:15 pm15 to 25 @ 12 to 14 trail speedWalmart parking lot, South East corner of 75th St NapervilleBrian Swanson 630.975.9799 Walmart & Spring Brook Prairie ride
Come join us on an easy trail ride as we look for alternative routes as darkness approaches. Please have a good lights front and back. We will meet in the new Walmart parking lot, south east corner 75th Street across from Whole Foods. Please send me an email or text if you're thinking about coming so we can look for you.
Thursday, October 2, 20146:15 PM24-30 Miles @ 13-16 MPHVilla Park Depot, Villa Ave & Prairie PathRon Richards / (331) 642-0834 Thursday Night Trail Ride
A ride on local trails (salt creek, prairie path, great western) and forest preserves. Destination and rest stop to be announced on the list server one day before the ride. Bring food and drink and very good lights as most of ride will be after sunset. Trail or mountain bike recommended.
Friday, October 3, 20147:45 AM40 Mi 8-10MPHLombard Commons East lot Grace & St. CharlesKen Hickey 630-290-0006 Ride to Slower Breakfast Ride
We will ride our trike at a slower pace and meet up with Gerry for her slow breakfast ride at Fullerburg Woods. Will include some limestone trail by golf course, but mostly road. Total miles will be appx 40 with breakfast in between and another short rest stop at Fullersburg on way back.
Friday, October 3, 20149 AMTo be determinedChurch across street from Sunset Knoll Park on Finley Rd ,half mile North of Roosevelt, LombardTo be determined Lombard Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Friday, October 3, 20149:00 AM48 miles @ 17-20+MPHChurch across street from Sunset Knoll Park on Finley Rd ,half mile North of Roosevelt, LombardIsaac R. Samayoa 630/627/3852 Cel 630/501/6004 Lombard to St. Charles
Fast road ride to St. Charles including Mungers loop...One rest stop.
Friday, October 3, 20149 am.13 - 16 mph 30 - 35 milesFullersburg Woods parking lotMary Jo Bolan 63 418 5929 Breakfast ride
Ride to Madison Park Kitchen, 7525 W. Madison, Forest Park. Ride through surrounding towns back to the start. Please call if you would like to be included in the reservation but are not riding. Rain cancels. See list server by 7 am for cancellation.
Friday, October 3, 20149 :00 A.M20 miles @ 10-12 mphFullersburg Forest Preserve parking lotGerry Fekete 708 352-0913 Cell708 565-9430 day of ride Slower Breakfast Ride
Ride to join faster group for breakfast at Madison Pk Kitchen in Forest Pk. Ride is on paved paths and neighborhood streets.
Friday, October 3, 20143:45 Pm ride 6:00 beer25 to 30 @ 14 to 16 sprint optionsImperial Oak Brewery @ 501 Willow Blvd, Willow Springs Brian Swanson 630.975.9799 Imperial Oak Brewery & TGIF
Come join us at this new location: Archer & Willow Springs Rd, behind 7- Eleven. Yes we will still do the frontage roads and Madison street hills It's been a great riding season...but we are losing our light and want to celebrate after the ride with a little beer. There's a rumor that George Pastorino might even join us. Even if you can't make the ride please consider joining us about 6 for a beer or two.
Saturday, October 4, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 4, 20149:00 am5 miles, optional 10 more, all at 8 to 10 mph.Plymouth Place south entrance 315 N. La Grange Rd., La Grange ParkBill Coates 708 588 1712 SSSRS
Tour southeast La Grange historic district with Mary Ann Sward then, for those who wish, continue to Riverside for coffee.
Saturday, October 4, 201410am23, 46 miles 3 to 6 full loops/variable speedMorton Arboretum: Parking LotPussanee Pastorino 708 -908 0747 Craft Beer Festival Ride at The Arboretum
Ride as many loops as you can in 2.5 hours, as fast or as slow as you like. At 12:30 or so we will change clothes and attend the Craft Beer Festival. FEES AND ADMISSION: Member: $35, Nonmember $45, Designated Driver: $15 Admission ticket entitles holders to enjoy up to 15 craft brew samples (3 oz pours). Additional beer samples can be purchased for $1each .Cash only for additional samples.This Festival takes place outdoors on the concert lawn, rain or shine, so please dress for the weather. You are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket for relaxed outdoor seating while enjoying the crisp autumn afternoon and live music.
Sunday, October 5, 2014Registration opens at 7am. Roll out at 7:30am63 miles @ 14-16 mphOttawa YMCA, 201 E. Jackson St in Ottawa, ILBert Travis cell 708-372-7288 Pumpkin Pie invitational in Ottawa 63 mile route
Single bikes, tandems, Fat tire bikes come one come all lots of fall colors, sag service and if I remember right free pumpkin pie at the end! Sheila and I are going to ride the tandem on the metric loop but they also offer a 103 mile. Registration is $30 and they have t shirts for sale We'll check the weather forecast. If rain is imminent (like 80-100%)we may cancel.
Sunday, October 5, 20147:30 AM 103 MI 16-18 MPHOttawa YMCA, 201 E. Jackson St in Ottawa, ILKen Hickey 630-290-0006 Pumpkin Pie 103 Mile Ride
Join us on this 103 mile excusion through the beautiful countryside around Ottowa in the peak of fall colors. We will ride as a group, if some need to slow a bit we all will. Please opt for easier 63 mile ride with Bert if not capable of doing this distance and pace. Great pumpkin pie awaits us all at the end.
Sunday, October 5, 20148am~ 14 miles, Slower PaceWolf Road Woods, Palos Forest PreservePussanee Pastorino 708 908 0747 Easy Fall Color MTB Ride (Fat Bike friendly)
Fall Colors are hard to predict , so we will do a Series of Fall Color Rides. Slower Pace, Easier Singletrack. Also, we will check out the new Palos Trail. Eye Protection Required , no one dropped or left behind. Fat Bike Friendly. I will be on my Fat Bike. All Mountain Bikes Welcome. We will take our time and enjoy the beauty and peace of Nature. Go to the far end of the Wolf Road Lot.
Sunday, October 5, 20148am35-40 miles at a 16-18 pacePanera Bread ElmhurstDavid Polkow 630-525-1161 Dave's Sunday Morning Ride
A brisk spin around the suburbs with one brief rest stop. Back by 10:30.
Sunday, October 5, 20149 AMTo be determinedPanera Bread at York & North ElmhurstTo be determined Early Sunday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, October 5, 20149:00 am20-25 miles, 9-11 mphPanera Bread, SW corner of York & North, Elmhurst, south side lotCindy Reedy 630-234-1349 Easy Sunday Morning
Get a little exercise on a social ride. Mostly on streets, light traffic. There will be a coffee break near the middle of the ride.
Sunday, October 5, 20149 AMTo be determinedGlen Ellyn Library, off Main ST, W on Duane ,in parking lot.To be determined Sunday 1 PM Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Tuesday, October 7, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Wednesday, October 8, 20149 AMTo be determinedMcCollum Park, in Downers GroveTo be determined McCollum Park Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 9, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 9, 20146:15 PM24-30 Miles @ 13-16 MPHVilla Park Depot, Villa Ave & Prairie PathRon Richards / (331) 642-0834 Thursday Night Trail Ride
A ride on local trails (salt creek, prairie path, great western) and forest preserves. Destination and rest stop to be announced on the list server one day before the ride. Bring food and drink and very good lights as most of ride will be after sunset. Trail or mountain bike recommended.
Friday, October 10, 2014Swing Lessons at 7:30pm Dancing at 8:30PM1 hour of dancing equals 3 miles8900 South Archer Avenue, Willow Springs, IL 60480 Carla 630 728-7142 Cross train with Carla/Janet at the Willowbrook
Great Crosstraining! Swing into Fall with the Flat Cats Band at the Willowbrook Ball room! Swing lessons at 7:30 pm with Dancing at 8:30pm! Admission is $14 All are welcome! Lots and laughs for sure!
Friday, October 10, 20149 AMTo be determinedChurch across street from Sunset Knoll Park on Finley Rd ,half mile North of Roosevelt, LombardTo be determined Lombard Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 11, 20148:00 AM115 X 2/ 18-19 mph computer avgOrland Park Cyclery, 14445 John Humphrey Dr., Orland Park, ILJim Saplis 708-691-0791 Indiana weekend adventure
This a weekend ride out to Buffalo,IN onOct 11-12 w/ a sag vehicle. It is 115 each way & it is all paved. There are 3 planned stops that are almost spaced out perfectly. Each stop has restrooms, water & food available. Two stops (1st & 3rd) are gas stations w/ a full complement of choices for refuel & what not. The 2nd stop has a Walgreens & a Subway that we usually hit. Previous ride speed avgs were 17.8-19.2. I've done this trip 5x's. The key for this ride is pacing from the start, as the flat roads in IN that are in the middle of corn fields are BRUTAL mentally & physically. I figured a departure from the shop of 8 AM might not be ideal depending on temps. As it gets closer & I can check weather & I might move it back to 9 or so for warmer temps. Everyone will need to park in the lot across the street in order to free up the spaces @ the shop. Go ahead & pack what ever you will need for an over night stay, a change of cycling clothes & drink mixes & energy stuff for the 2nd day. There is a hide a bed couch, queen & double bed & floor space to accommodate every one. If you'd like the floor to be more comfy I can bring an air mattress & if need be a camping tent. If you need a pillow or anything bring that. I'll probably plan to have some chicken & burgers to cook for after the ride. There will be warm water w/ in about 20 mins of arrival. There is a fridge. stove, micro wave & running water just in case anyone wasn't sure & possibility of AC if needed. There is a river if anyone feels like jumping in. If you have any food you'd like to bring or beverages feel free & let me know. I'll have a 48 qt cooler & if anyone has another cooler, that might be helpful depending on how much cold items we'll have. I'm thinking about $ 30-$ 35 a person would about do it to cover the expenses for most items needed. If you have any questions feel free to let mw know.
Saturday, October 11, 20149:00 AM40 mi @ 12 - 15 mphPanera ElmhurtPetra Hofmann, 331.642.0625 Oktoberfest II
Oktoberfest II at Chicago's Mirabell restaurant. City ride to beautiful German restaurant. Rain Cancels call if in doubt.
Saturday, October 11, 20149:00 AM35-40 miles, 13-15 mphElmhurst Panera York & North, parking lot south Baltimore Ortega & Ron Richards 630-697-7031 FALL SEASON RIDE TO EAT: Elmhurst/DG/BR/HIN/CH
Join us for a fun and social Fall Season Colors Ride. This will be a classic RIDE TO EAT ride through some nice cities and towns. We will enjoy all of the wonderful colors of the Fall Season. We will ride through Elmhurst, Downers Grove, Burr Ridge, Hinsdale, and Clarendon Hills. Our restaurant is the Village Gourmet Cafe in downtown Clarendon Hills, offering freshly made soups, salads, and artisan sandwiches. Wendy & Michael Howe, the owners, welcome the EBC; they will reserve the back area for our club lunch and have water available for refills. Please bring some money($7-$10) and a LOCK. Ron will lead the ride from Elmhurst to Downers Grove, Baltimore will lead from there to the restaurant, and Ron will take us back to Elmhurst.The ride will finish in time for riders attending the EBC LADIES' BIRTHDAY BASH. We will hold the 13-15 mph pace throughout the whole ride, and may offer a few optional sprints. Bring a team spirit, a bike, and a smile. Rain will cancel the ride. Dress for the weather, and bring snacks and water. This is an all paved road ride. We welcome new members: this is a new member friendly ride. Autumn is the time of year when the mornings are crisp, the afternoons are sunny and cool, and the bright reds, yellows, and oranges of the Fall Season give us a wonderful picture of Nature.
Saturday, October 11, 20149am62 miles @ 17-19 mphYankee Woods. 165th and Central in Oak Forest Il. Bert Travis cell 708-372-7288 Tour of the South Suburbs
Come on out to the other side of town for a fun metric on flat to rolling scenic roads. With low traffic most of the way. We'll ride out to Monee Reservoir and stop for snacks. Then proceed through Steger, Crete,Olympia Fields, Homewood-Flossmor and back to Oak Forest. Optional sprints available. Rain will probably cancel because I doubt it'll be the 80 degree variety
Saturday, October 11, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 11, 20149:30am~ 14 miles, Slower PaceWolf Road Woods, Palos Forest PreservePussanee Pastorino 708 908 0747 Easy Fall Color MTB Ride (Fat Bike friendly)
Fall Colors are hard to predict , so we will do a Series of Fall Color Rides. Slower Pace, Easier Singletrack. Also, we will check out the new Palos Trail. Eye Protection Required , no one dropped or left behind. Fat Bike Friendly. I will be on my Fat Bike. All Mountain Bikes Welcome. We will take our time and enjoy the beauty and peace of Nature. Go to the far end of the Wolf Road Lot.
Saturday, October 11, 20145 pmN/A6 Dover Drive, Oak Brook ILMarion Morawicz & Betty Bond, 630-750-3352 (Marion cell) EBC Ladies' Birthday Bash
To all the Ladies of EBC, Come and celebrate all of our birthdays in one big wine and cheese party birthday bash. It doesn't matter whether your birthday is in January or October, we want to celebrate your birthday. Place: Marion's house, when you're on Dover, 3rd house on left, brown tudor Bring: a dish to share (appetizer or dessert) your favorite wine or drink to share, or stash in the corner for your own consumption a glass to pour it in I will provide water, apple cider, coffee; plates, napkins, utensils; Betty's smiling face RSVP by the 9th so I know how many rooms to clean and plates to buy
Sunday, October 12, 20148am12 miles, Easy PaceAyers Landing Canoe Rental, Wedron IL.Pussanee Pastorino 708 908 0747 Wedron Canoe and Kayak trip (Lower Fox River)
12 mile flat-water canoe trip down the lower section of the Fox River.. The lower Fox River is one of the most scenic canoeing areas in the Midwest. It is known for sandstone cliffs, abundant wildlife, and scenic seasonal views. This back to nature area is a great way for the novice paddler to enjoy a river trip. Please contact Ayers landing canoe rental at 815-434-2233 and tell them that you would like one of the Canoe's or Kayaks reserved under George for the 12 mile trip that leaves at 8am on Sunday 10 /12. If you have your own boat, they will shuttle you for $25.00 It's about an 80 minute drive to Wedron IL . Directions are as follows: 55s to exit 253 (RT 52 west) go 29 miles to Serena, after tracks turn left and go 3 miles to T, turn left, go 1 block, turn left.
Sunday, October 12, 20149:00 am20-25 miles, 9-11 mphPanera Bread, SW corner of York & North, Elmhurst, south side lotCindy Reedy 630-234-1349 Easy Sunday Morning
Get a little exercise on a social ride. Mostly on streets, light traffic. There will be a coffee break near the middle of the ride.
Sunday, October 12, 20149 AMTo be determinedPanera Bread at York & North ElmhurstTo be determined Early Sunday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, October 12, 20149 AMTo be determinedGlen Ellyn Library, off Main ST, W on Duane ,in parking lot.To be determined Sunday 1 PM Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, October 12, 20149:00 AM20 - 24 mi @ 11 - 14 mphPanera ElmhurtPetra Hofmann, 331.642.0625 Oktoberfest III
Oktoberfest III will be held at the incomparable Edelweiss German-American Restaurant. Leisurely ride into Norridge and return. Rain cancels, call if in doubt.
Tuesday, October 14, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Wednesday, October 15, 20149 AMTo be determinedMcCollum Park, in Downers GroveTo be determined McCollum Park Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 16, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 16, 20146:15 PM24-30 Miles @ 13-16 MPHVilla Park Depot, Villa Ave & Prairie PathRon Richards / (331) 642-0834 Thursday Night Trail Ride
A ride on local trails (salt creek, prairie path, great western) and forest preserves. Destination and rest stop to be announced on the list server one day before the ride. Bring food and drink and very good lights the ride will start after sunset. Trail or mountain bike recommended.
Friday, October 17, 20149 AMTo be determinedChurch across street from Sunset Knoll Park on Finley Rd ,half mile North of Roosevelt, LombardTo be determined Lombard Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 18, 20148:00 AM Easy pace, easy trails,about 5 milesPALOS 95th&Wolf Rd, Pulaski Woods pkg lot, second lot on leftBaltimore Ortega 630-697-7031 1. MTB Fall Season Ride at Palos: Beginners
Have you been thinking about mountain biking? Are you ready to start? If you are new to mountain biking, have limited experience, want to learn how to go mountain biking, or just want an easy ride, ...join us for a beginners ride. We will cover the basics and ride easy single and double track trails. I have a couple of extra mountain bikes; please send me an email if you need to borrow one. Bring a mountain bike(hard tail or full suspension), a helmet, eye protection,mountain bike tires with treads, snacks, water, and dress for the weather. Optional to bring: full cycling gloves, a hydration backpack, and body protection gear. Rain or wet trails will cancel the ride. Plan to arrive 15-20 minutes before the start time to get ready. I'll be there at 7:30 AM to help you get ready and answer any questions. New members are welcome.
Saturday, October 18, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 18, 20149:15 AM, about 12 miles, 3 hoursEasy intermediate pace, 5-12 mph, single trk dirtPALOS 95th&Wolf Rd, Pulaski Woods pkg lot, second lot on leftBaltimore Ortega 630-697-7031 2. MTB Fall Season Ride at Palos: Easy Interm
The Autumn season always brings the wonderful colors of the Fall Season. Join us for an easy intermediate(no rocks or logs to jump, non-technical) ride at Palos. We expect to see green, yellow, red, orange, and brown colors in the woods, and maybe a few birds and animals. Bring a hydration backpack, snacks, eye protection, full gloves, a helmet, flat kit, a mountain bike, mountain bike tires with treads, and optional body protection. I have a couple of extra mountain bikes; please send me an email if you need to borrow one. We all have a difficult life full of challenges; come and ride with us to relax your mind and get a good workout. Mountain biking requires you to pay attention at all times, and to be in the moment. You will not think about anything but your cycling. Bring a bike, a smile, and a team spirit. Rain or wet trails will cancel the ride. We will be parked in the back of the lot by the lake view.
Saturday, October 18, 201411:00 am21 miles at 12-14979 S. Hawthorne ElmhurstJohn Loesch 708-917-5353 Ride to Blind Stoker Ride
Ride with the captains from Elmhurst to the Blind Stoker ride. 21 miles round trip. Borrow one of my tandems or join in with your single bike. We will ride to the BSR start, do the BSR and return after the BSR to Elmhurst
Saturday, October 18, 201412:30 pm back to start by 4 pm13 miles @ 10-12 mphMemorial Park, Wheaton ILJohn Loesch 708-917-5353 Blind Stoker Ride
Ride with the blind stokers to the Sunny Acres Fall Festival, mostly on the Prairie Path and Great Western Trails. Last chance to pet a goat and eat a corn dog. Other great carnival food also available. Pumpkins, costumes and Halloween and country charm. If you want to captain, let me know. As always I have tandems to lend. Or join us on your single bike. The URL for this route is http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6452108
Sunday, October 19, 20148:00 am17, 33, 50, 67 83 or 100 mile optionPark Farm Winery 15159 Thielen RD, Bankston, IA 52068Dawn Piech, 630-308-0130 PARK FARM WINERY GRAVEL GRINDER
Let's celebrate fall with a gravel event at a winery. The ride starts from Park Farm Winery with loops by the winery for all routes (distances include 17, 33, 50, 67 83 or 100 miles); options for ride or to race; cost is $30 day of event, $25 pre-register; rest stops included in the cost. Rain would cancel the ride secondary to riding on gravel. Appropriate bikes would include: cyclocross, hybrid, mountain bike, fat tire, tandem, single speed and road bike with cyclocross tires. http://bikedbq.weebly.com/ http://www.parkfarmwinery.com/ The Park Farm Winery Gravel Grinder is a 3 1/2 hour drive from ELMHURST Panera. Option to carpool from Elmhurst Panera early that morning/back that evening, contact me at dmpiech@earthlink.net if interested.
Sunday, October 19, 20148am~ 14 miles, Slower PaceWolf Road Woods, Palos Forest PreservePussanee Pastorino 708 908 0747 Easy Fall Color MTB Ride (Fat Bike friendly)
Fall Colors are hard to predict , so we will do a Series of Fall Color Rides. Slower Pace, Easier Singletrack. Also, we will check out the new Palos Trail. Eye Protection Required , no one dropped or left behind. Fat Bike Friendly. I will be on my Fat Bike. All Mountain Bikes Welcome. We will take our time and enjoy the beauty and peace of Nature. Go to the far end of the Wolf Road Lot.
Sunday, October 19, 20149 AMTo be determinedPanera Bread at York & North ElmhurstTo be determined Early Sunday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, October 19, 20149 AMTo be determinedGlen Ellyn Library, off Main ST, W on Duane ,in parking lot.To be determined Sunday 1 PM Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, October 19, 20149:00 am20-25 miles, 9-11 mphPanera Bread, SW corner of York & North, Elmhurst, south side lotCindy Reedy 630-234-1349 Easy Sunday Morning
Get a little exercise on a social ride. Mostly on streets, light traffic. There will be a coffee break near the middle of the ride.
Tuesday, October 21, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Wednesday, October 22, 20149 AMTo be determinedMcCollum Park, in Downers GroveTo be determined McCollum Park Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 23, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 23, 20146:15 PM24-30 Miles @ 13-16 MPHVilla Park Depot, Villa Ave & Prairie PathRon Richards / (331) 642-0834 Thursday Night Trail Ride
A ride on local trails (salt creek, prairie path, great western) and forest preserves. Destination and rest stop to be announced on the list server one day before the ride. Bring food and drink and very good lights the ride will start after sunset. Trail or mountain bike recommended.
Friday, October 24, 20149 AMTo be determinedChurch across street from Sunset Knoll Park on Finley Rd ,half mile North of Roosevelt, LombardTo be determined Lombard Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 25, 20148am65 miles 13 to 15 pacePurdue UniversityDan Capua 708 465 9616 Bucket 100 Purdue to Indiana University Day1 Ride
This is a 2 day Charity Ride for Habitat for Humanity.It is run by Purdue Students.The ride is from Purdue to Indiana University .It has a overnight stay at a High School at the midway Point .Everyone sleeps in the Gym so bring a sleeping bag and a air matress. The cost is 30 dollars for the ride and have to raise 100 for Habitiat. I just paid the 130 last time we did the ride . It is very well run and alot of fun with the Young College Students who make up 90 percent of the Cyclist. They also provide Sag Support and a nice dinner saturday night.A Bus ride is also provided back to Purdue at the end of the ride I will have more imformation as the date gets closer .The website is www.bucket100.org Please sign up and help these great young students
Saturday, October 25, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, October 25, 201410am~ 14 miles, Slower PaceWolf Road Woods, Palos Forest PreservePussanee Pastorino 708 908 0747 Easy Fall Color MTB Ride (Fat Bike friendly)
Fall Colors are hard to predict , so we will do a Series of Fall Color Rides. Slower Pace, Easier Singletrack. Also, we will check out the new Palos Trail. Eye Protection Required , no one dropped or left behind. Fat Bike Friendly. I will be on my Fat Bike. All Mountain Bikes Welcome. We will take our time and enjoy the beauty and peace of Nature. Go to the far end of the Wolf Road Lot.
Sunday, October 26, 20148am60 miles 13 to 15 paceHalfway Point of Ride I Think Danville IndianaDan Capua 708 465 9616 Bucket 100 Day 2
Day 2 of Habitat Ride .This is a hilly day back To Indiana University great Scenery
Sunday, October 26, 20149 AMTo be determinedPanera Bread at York & North ElmhurstTo be determined Early Sunday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, October 26, 20149 AMTo be determinedGlen Ellyn Library, off Main ST, W on Duane ,in parking lot.To be determined Sunday 1 PM Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Tuesday, October 28, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Wednesday, October 29, 20149 AMTo be determinedMcCollum Park, in Downers GroveTo be determined McCollum Park Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Thursday, October 30, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53To be determined Imax Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Friday, October 31, 20149 AMTo be determinedChurch across street from Sunset Knoll Park on Finley Rd ,half mile North of Roosevelt, LombardTo be determined Lombard Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Friday, October 31, 20146:15 PM25-27 Miles @ 14-16 MPHVilla Park Depot, Villa Ave & Prairie PathRon Richards (331) 642-0834 / Baltimore Ortega (630) 697-7031 Halloween Night Ride
A night time ride through the western suburbs with a visit to a spooky event in Clarendon Hills. Mid-ride rest stop at the Starbucks in downtown Hinsdale. Good lights required. Trail or mountain bike recommended.
Sunday, November 2, 20149am~ 17 miles, Slower PaceKettle Moraine State Forest; (John Muir) ,Lagrange,WisconsinPussanee Pastorino 708 908 0747 Kettle Morraine Fat Bike Mountain Bike Ride
We will on Fat Bikes so the pace will be slower. All Mountain Bikes Welcome..No one left behind. We will do the Orange, Purple and Green Loops. This a wide variety of Trails and we will try to ride them in the order listed...easiest first. Body Armor always recommended for all MTB rides. EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED A State Trail pass is required and may be purchased onsite. A parking pass is required and may be purchased onsite. Please do not park offsite, parking fees go toward trail maintenance. Full Season passes are the best deal. . I-94 north to Highway 50 in Kenosha, WI. Go west (left) on 50 to Highway 12 (just before Lake Geneva). Take Highway 12 north (it curves west) to Highway H (you'll see the La Grange General Store). Go north (right) on H. The John Muir trailhead is approx. 1-1/2 miles on your left
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Where there is not a miles per hour to describe the pace of a ride, please use the following as a guide:
8-10 = very slow  *   10-12 = slow  *   12-14 = moderate  *   14-16 = medium  *   16-18 = fast  *   18-20+ = very fast
 

The time of the event shown in the calendar above is the actual departure time. Please allow time for bicycle assembly and inspection, filling of water bottles, inflating tires, etc. prior to departure. The advertised pace will be at the discretion of the ride leader to allow for resistance to the wind and terrain. The pace is considered to be the maximum speed attained on a level road without appreciable headwind or tailwind. Please select the ride that best fits your ability. Know for yourself whether you are comfortable to sustain the pace and finish the advertised distance.

Riders must wear helmets on every ride.
Illinois Vehicle Code prohibits the use of headphones while bicycling and headphones are not allowed on EBC rides.

Elmhurst Bicycle Club Release and Liability Waiver

For liability protection and insurance purposes, it is the policy of the Elmhurst Bicycle Club ("EBC") to require all of its members to sign the Release and Liability Waiver which is a part of the EBC Membership Application. Guests of the EBC (which term includes all non-members of EBC) who wish to participate in any EBC bicycle ride must sign the equivalent release and liability waiver contained on the EBC Ride Sheet before the ride starts. Any guest refusing to sign the release and liability waiver may not participate in the ride. Should the ride continue, however, with the participation of the non-signing guest, the ride will no longer be considered to be an EBC sponsored or sanctioned ride.

 
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