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Thursday, September 18, 20145:00 am1 hr, 15-17 with Optional SprintsSouth Parking lot of Panera Bread, Elmhurst, ILKelli Morgan 630 935 1988 5 am Early Bird
Get up and ride early! We will start at Panera and ride for 30 minutes out to Oakbrook or Lombard. Optional Sprints. Lights and Reflective clothing required. Rain or wet roads Cancels ride! Check email or text me if questions on ride.
Thursday, September 18, 20147:00 AM100 miles at 16-18 MPHElmhurst Panera at North Ave. and York Rd.Isaac R. Samayoa 630/627/3852 Cel 630/501/6004 Elmhurst to Elburn Century
On the best day of the week, we'll ride to Elburn maintaining a steady speed of 16-18 MPH. Rest stop every 25 miles,
Thursday, September 18, 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, September 19, 20148:30 a.m.32 miles, 13 - 16 mphMcCollum Park, Downers GroveMary Jo Bolan 63 418 5929 Breakfast ride
Ride to Harvest Pancake House and Grill, 63rd and Williams, Westmont, Il. for breakfast. All road ride, minimum hills. Call if you would like to be included in the reservation, but will not be riding.
Friday, September 19, 20148:30 am24 miles 10-12 MPHMcCollum Park, Downers GroveSharon Hermach 312 560 2783 Slower Breakfast Ride to Harvest
Ride 7 miles to breakfast to join the faster riders at Harvest Pancake Café at 63rd and Williams.
Friday, September 19, 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
Road ride to St. Charles. One rest stop.
Friday, September 19, 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, September 20, 20146:45am100 miles 10-18mphVilla Park Depot - Villa Ave & IPPJudy Mikesell call 630-833-1036 or text 630-290-2675 Path Ride
Limestone, paved paths and streets century ride. We will stop every 10 to 15 miles for about 10 min, enjoy a sit down lunch after 60 miles. The pace will be very mixed and there will be many points that you can return on your own to Villa Park by trail or train if you do not feel you can complete the century. Bring plenty of snacks and be ready to start riding at 6:45am.
Saturday, September 20, 20148am100mi / 17-19mphTrader Joe'sRoger Pardon 630-962-1969 Trader Joe's Sunday Century Now Saturdey
A fast ride over rolling country roads with as many hills as I can find. Bring plenty of water and money for two stops at Subways. This is my usual To Sandwich and Beyond Century, but on a Sunday.
Saturday, September 20, 20148 30 AM45 mi. @ 12 - 15 mphElmhurst DepotPetra Hofmann, 331.642.0625 BAC and Pleasant House
Visit the Bridgeport Art Center and especially the fashion designer's work. Lunch nearby at the Pleasant House Bakery. Rain Cancels, call if in doubt.
Saturday, September 20, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Saturday, September 20, 201412 PM10 miles (5 miles each way) 10-13 mph979 S. Hawthorne Elmhurst ILJohn Loesch 708-917-5353 Ride to the BSR and back again
Meet with the BSR captains as we ride to the Blind Stoker Ride that starts at the Lombard Commons Park and goes to the Morton Arboretum. If you want to try a tandem, let me know and you can borrow one of mine. Or join us on your single. Come see what is involved with the Blind Stoker rides. Combined mileage of both rides is either 27 or 35 depending if you ride the loop thru the Arb.
Saturday, September 20, 201412:30 pm17.6 or 25.5 miles @ 10-13 mphLombard Commons ParkJohn Loesch 708-917-5353 Blind Stoker Ride (BSR)
Ride with the blind to the Morton Arboretum. To and from the Arb is 17.6 miles. Add 7.9 miles if you do the optional loop around the Arb roadway. We will lunch at the visitor center and then return, arriving back in Lombard around 4 pm.
Saturday, September 20, 20148:00 pm25 miles @ 13-15 mphMcHenry County Historical Museum, Union IlJohn Loesch 708-917-5353 Union Night Ride
Don't be afraid of the dark. This is a loop thru the countryside around Union. Minimal traffic and minimal light pollution. You will need bike lights to do this ride. I have lights to loan if you do not have them. Afterwards we will repair to Clasen's Tavern for some liquid refreshment. Please RSVP so I know for whom to look. No RSVP=no ride. Rain cancels.
Sunday, September 21, 20148 AM25, 50, 62, 100 14-16 MPHDawes Park at Church St and Sheridan Rd in EvanstonAnthony/Tony Vernola 708-732-1200t North Shore century
ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF A LATE SUMMER RIDE The North Shore Century offers incredibly scenic biking. You'll experience luxurious neighborhoods, view unique architectural treasures, pedal down tranquil tree-lined streets and feel the refreshing breezes of Lake Michigan. Open it up in the flat to rolling countryside between Chicago and Wisconsin. Join us on Sunday, September nd when the Evanston Bicycle Club sponsors one of Chicagoland's premiere invitational rides - the 30th annual North Shore Century. Hundreds of riders make the North Shore Century their last - maybe their best - ride of summer. You can, too. Leader will do full century but others may drop out early with shorter distances.
Sunday, September 21, 20148am34-40 miles at a 16-18 pacePanera Bread - ElmhurstDavid Polkow 630-525-1161 Dave's (the slower dave) SMR
Join me for a brisk ride around the western burbs with one brief rest stop along the way. Hopefully back no later than 10:45
Sunday, September 21, 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, September 21, 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, September 21, 20149:30 AM35 mi @ 12 -15 mphPanera ElmhurstPetra Hofmann, 331.642.0625 Petra's Pilot Ride
Ride to Schaumburg airport and Pilot Pete's for Sunday brunch. Rain cancels, call if in doubt.
Sunday, September 21, 20141 PMTo 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, September 23, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53 To be determined IMAX Tuesday Show & Go
IMAX Tuesday Show & Go Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Wednesday, September 24, 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, September 25, 20147:00 am10-14 Mi 2-3 MPHCave-In-Rock State Park, Cave-In-Rock. IllinoisDawn Maxwell 312-609-5100 Garden of The Gods/Shawnee Forest Hike Scouting
Scouting trip to hike as many trails as possible in 2 days in the Garden of the Gods/Shawnee National Forest. Camping and Lodging available at Cave-In-Rock State Park. Lodging information 618-289-4545. Majority of hiking will be in the Garden of the Gods but will scout State Park trails also. Arriving Wednesday. Hiking Thursday and Friday. Scouting Lodge Restaurant and area restaurants also. Please contact me for additional information, questions or concerns.
Thursday, September 25, 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, September 25, 20149:00 AM70 miles @ 16-18 mphAtten Park WheatonPravin Patel 630 758 0880 Off, 630 878 8109 Cell Ride to Batavia & Beyond
We will ride to Batavia and beyond into semi rural Kane County to Kaneville and return via St Charles. We will ride as a group and no one will be left behind maintaining a comfortable pace of 16-18 mph. There will not be sprinting or interval training but endurance building. There will be two short breaks and a longer break at St Charles Panera Bread. Please, bring plenty of water and snacks.
Friday, September 26, 20147:00 am10-14 Mi 2-3 MPHCave-In-Rock State Park, Cave-In-Rock, Illinois Dawn Maxwell 312-609-5100 Garden of the Gods/Shawnee National Forest Day
Scouting trip to hike Garden of the Gods/Shawnee National Forest. See Day one for additional information. Lodging information 618-289-4545.
Friday, September 26, 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, September 27, 20148:30 am20-25/11-13mphNew Burnside TrailHead, Route 45, New Burnside, IllinoisDawn Maxwell 312-609-5100 Tunnel Hill State Trail, New Burnside, Illinois
Scouting Tunnel Hill State Trail portions between Tunnel Hill, New Burnside, and Stonefort on way home Saturday a.m. from Garden of the Gods/Shawnee National Forest. Hybrid or Mountain bike suggested. Railroad Trail system, off of Interstate 57.
Saturday, September 27, 20149:00 AM10 to 13 miles at 8 to 10 MPHPlymouth Place, La Grange Park, south gargage doors.Bill Coates 708 588 1712 SSSRS
Short, slow social ride with seniors from Plymouth Place and surrounding La Grange area. Coffee stop in the middle. Plymouth Place is in La Grange Park on La Grange Rd. a block north of Ogden. Ride repeats every Saturday. Rain cancels.
Saturday, September 27, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Sunday, September 28, 2014TBAOptions include: 104 miles, 58 miles, 35 milesLumpkin County High School, 2001 Indian Dr, Dahlongea, GADawn Piech, (630) 308-0130 Six Gap Century/Three Gap Fifty
Is Georgia on your cycling mind? Are looking for an challenging 1 day ride at the end of the September? Look no further and join us. EBC will be participating in a 1 day ride in North Georgia, called the Six Gap Century/Three Gap Fifty. The Six Gap Century & Three Gap Fifty is known for being the toughest ride and having the steepest climbs in the southeast. There are 3 options for the 1 day ride: Six Gap Century is 104 miles with 11,200 feet of climbing Three Gap Fifty is 58 miles with 6,385 feet of climbing Valley Route Ride is 35 miles with 2,926 feet of climbing The ride takes place in Georgia's Premier Cycling Venue, the Six Gap Century & Three Gap Fifty boasts many of the same roads and mountain climbs as the elite Tour de Georgia. Come ride the Ride of the Pros! The Six Gap Century’s ultra challenging route takes you up and down six of the steepest climbs in the North Georgia Mountains. Test your stamina with more than 11,200 feet of vertical climbing over the 104 mile course. Elevations for the six gaps in this ride range from 1,400 feet to 3,460 feet. The toughest climb, Hogpen Gap, will test even the strongest riders, averaging a 7% grade for seven miles, with sections as steep as 15%. 100 miles. 11,200 vertical feet. 3,000 friends. The Three Gap Fifty’s alternative route offers half the gaps and half the distance, but is nevertheless a demanding and challenging course at 58 miles. Elevations range from 1,400 feet to 3,364 feet. The 6th Annual Valley Route Bike Ride is a 35-mile valley option is a great introduction to the infamous Six Gap Century and boasts some of the most scenic mountainside in the Southeast. This new route will cast a special spotlight onto Yahoola Valley, Turner's Corner, and R-Ranch in the Mountains… There is a King of the Mountain (KOM) competition awarded in the Six Gap and Three Gap Fifty.
Sunday, September 28, 20147 AM100 Mi or less 14-16 MPHThree Oaks Mi Ken Hickey 630-290-0006 Apple Cider Century Easier Ride
I will be leading a less intense, more relaxed pace ride with Linnea, so those that wish to still do a Century or cut off earlier but cannot maintain the faster pace with Pravin are welcome to ride with Linnea and myself. We will meet between 6:30 and 7AM in front of registration area, riding starts promptly at 7. Registration closes this Sunday the 21st so you do have to register for this ride at https://applecidercentury.com/registration if you wish to join us.
Sunday, September 28, 20147:00 AM100 miles @16-18 mphThree Oaks, MI Pravin Patel 630 878 8109 Cell Apple Cider Century Invitational Ride
Ride the Midwest's premier invitational bike ride in the southeastern Michigan. We will meet at the starting location in Three Oaks, MI at 6:45 for a ride sheet signing and promptly start at 7:00 AM. Members are welcome to form various groups according to distance and speed of their choice and capabilities. You can choose the distance from 15 to 100 miles. The rain will NOT cancel this ride. You will need the ride registration confirmation letter to ride.
Sunday, September 28, 20148am100mi / 17-19mphTrader Joe'sRoger Pardon 630-962-1969 Trader Joe's Sunday Century
A fast ride over rolling country roads with as many hills as I can find. Bring plenty of water and money for two stops at Subways. This is my usual To Sandwich and Beyond Century, but on a Sunday.
Sunday, September 28, 20149:00 am14 mile hikeStarved Rock LodgeJudy Mikesell call 630-833-1036 or text 630-290-2675 Starved Rock Mega Hike
Have you ever wanted to hike all the canyons in Starved Rock? Well, now you can do it in one day. The hike leave the Lodge at 9:00 a.m. expected time for lunch is 2:00 p.m.. Finish times are approximately 5:00 p.m. The day begins as you will board a Starved Rock Trolley with a pair of guides and travel to the east end of the park where you will begin your trek. Included is trolley transportation, guides, boxed lunch (1/2 way) and a specially designed T-shirt. Reservations are a must.There is a $35 fee. For more information and to make a reservation please call the Activities Department at (815) 220-7386.
Sunday, September 28, 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, September 28, 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, September 28, 201411 am30 miles, easy pace (~12 mph avg)Bridge Street Entrance, I & M Canal Trail, Channahon ILGeorge Pastorino 708 903 8700 Morris Corn Festival Ride and a Bonus trip
Morris Corn Fest Parade via I & M Trail. Come and join George and Pussanee on a leisurely ride down the I & M Canal Trail to The Morris Corn Fest Parade. The Morris Corn Fest is a great event, tons of good food, a great parade down main street and really great buttered Sweet Corn! We will plan to arrive in Morris around 1pm and stay for about 2.5 hours to eat and watch the Parade. Cross, Hybrid, Mountain, or road bike works. We will return on via Cemetery Road We will take a very short detour to visit the Historical Burial Site of the legendary Ottawa Indian Shabbona who became the Chief of the Potawatomi Nation. Bring a cable and lock. Take I55s to Exit 248 towards Joilet/Morris, go right on U.S.6 west (Eames St) to S. Center St., left on Center St. which turns into Bridge Street, go past Canal St. and over the Desplaines River to Trail Parking on your left..
Sunday, September 28, 20141 PMTo 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, September 30, 20145:00 am1 hr, 15-17 with Optional SprintsSouth Parking lot of Panera Bread, Elmhurst, ILKelli Morgan 630 935 1988 5 am Early Bird
Get up and ride early! We will start at Panera and ride for 30 minutes out to Oakbrook or Lombard. Optional Sprints. Lights and Reflective clothing required. Rain or wet roads Cancels ride! Check email or text me if questions on ride.
Tuesday, September 30, 20149 AMTo be determinedIMAX Theater, Woodridge on Route 53 To be determined IMAX Tuesday Show & Go
IMAX Tuesday Show & Go Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
Wednesday, October 1, 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 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.
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.
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 LotGeorge Pastorino/Pussanee Pastorino 708 903 8700 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, 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 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.
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.
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 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, 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, 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 AMTo be determinedPanera Bread at York & North ElmhurstTo be determined Early Sunday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
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.
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, 20149 AMTo be determinedElmhurst Depot, York & Vallette.To be determined Saturday Show & Go
Riders who show will determine the leaders, distance and pace.
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.
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.
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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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