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The Lakes Loop
The Lakes Loop is a great training ride in the weeks before the Mountain Lakes Challenge. It incorporates all of the really hard parts of the MLC and still gets in roughly 50 miles and...
The road to Anderson Gap is one of only a few paved one lane roads that climb into the mountains above the Bear Creek Valley. It does this in spectacular fashion. I enjoy hard climbs. A...
Crater Lake Loop
This is probably the classic ride in Southern Oregon. It brings everything a rider could want to the table. It's a short 33 mile loop around the lake with several options for start...
Applegate Dam via Sterling Creek
This route leaves from Jacksonville and starts to climb immediately on Cady Road. Once at the top of Cady you make a left onto Sterling Creek Road. The climb from Jacksonville to the...
Butte Falls Prospect
The Butte Falls/Prospect Loop is an amazing ride into the cascades. It has some good climbing - nothing that will break the legs - and superb scenery. Traditionally the club rides will...
There aren't many places around with views like you get on the Mt. Ashland Road. Once you clear the initial mile you are thousands of feet above the landscape below and the horizon...
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The next Velo Club board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 7:00 p.m. at Grotto Pizza at 302 E. Main St, Talent, OR. All members are welcome to attend. Minutes and Treasurer Reports of all meetings are available from the secretary, Glenna Van Buskirk at Glenna.Vanbuskirk@asante.org.
Posted by Gary Shaff 2 days ago | 0 comments | View/Post New Comment
The fall weather is upon us and the days are getting shorter. We are scheduled to go back to standard time on November 2nd at 2:00 AM. This signals the change of the start time for this ride to slide until 10:30. This will be effective on Monday November 3rd. The ride leader for this ride will also change to David Chapman who will lead us through the winter months. A big thanks goes out to Ray Forsyth for leading the rides through the Spring and Summer months. This ride is a mix of many different ride levels and allows members to mingle at the Pony during a stop made there along the ride. Join this ride sometime in the future if you haven’t been along before.
Posted by Dennis Cramer 1 week ago | 0 comments | View/Post New Comment
I’m disappointed to report that the Club’s Annual Meeting scheduled for 10/11 has been postponed. There were just too few members registered for the event to make it work financially.
The Board has rescheduled the event to Wednesday evening, December 10th, at Howiee’s in Medford (details and updates will be included in the Club’s Newsletter, Facebook and website as they become available). We hope that date will work with your schedule and that you’ll still be able to attend. Registration link.
Posted by Gary Shaff 3 weeks ago | 2 comments | View/Post New Comment
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition released a great new educational video about the top 10 rules of the road. The sidewalk rule, mentioned in the video, is unique to California but otherwise the content is applicable everywhere. Take a look and always follow the Rules of the Road.
Posted by Gary Shaff 3 weeks ago | 0 comments | View/Post New Comment
The next Velo Club board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 7:00 p.m. at Caldera Brewery at 590 Clover Lane, Ashland. All members are welcome to attend. Minutes and Treasurer Reports of all meetings are available from the secretary, Glenna Van Buskirk at Glenna.Vanbuskirk@asante.org.
Posted by ML Moore 1 month ago | 0 comments | View/Post New Comment