This Sunday, November 6 is the SRC party at the lake clubhouse in Steiner Ranch (down Quinlan Park Rd almost to the end, then turn left on River Bend and follow it all the way to the end). The party starts at 2pm and there will be BBQ, beer, and other refreshments. Bring your family! Please RSVP here so we know how much food and drink to provide: http://evite.me/ZKFEx1QdWV . Everyone that has ridden with us before is invited (and those that are new to the area and plan on joining us).
The kit store is once again open! This time only bibs and jerseys are available (since we have to hit minimums and we recently had the store open for everything). Please place your orders for your 2nd/3rd kits now that you know your sizes. The store is accessible via https://custom.elielcycling.com/collections/steiner-ranch-cycling and will close in about a week. Please order caps! We will not meet the minimum and the club will have to buy the remainder. They are only $15 and feedback from last time is that they are awesome. Get yourself another if you like :-).
Saturday we will head ‘way out southeast’ on a COMPLETELY NEW route provided by Max to visit the famous Tuesday Nighter course made famous back in 1970s by the legendary John Howard. The ride is about 76 miles and can be found here: https://www.strava.com/routes/6786678 . After the ride we meet up at Lakeside for some discounted burgers and beer!
Sunday is our usual Coffee Shop ride to Red Horn. It is 50 miles and is at an endurance pace typically finishing around a 17mph average speed overall. While we make great efforts to keep the group together, this is NOT a no drop ride. If you cannot hang with the group after repeated regrouping, you may get dropped. Red Horn is 20 miles away and is where we stop for coffee, breakfast tacos, pastries, and socializing before finishing the rest of the ride. The route can be found here: https://www.strava.com/routes/4736117 .
Both rides leave from Cups & Cones at 7:30 am. Come early on Saturdays to grab some coffee, kolaches, and donuts! Support our local ride start shop!
NOTE: clocks change Saturday night / Sunday morning. We still leave at 7:30 (it will feel like you got another hour to sleep though!).
See you soon!