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July, 2021

Wednesday
7
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This is a great ride to improve your climbing skills, stepping outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The weekly ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good climbs) and we will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic and on hills.
After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at Bell Street Burrito or other local restaurant.
Thursday
8
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You asked for it and now you got it! Join Sorella, Diane Schleicher for an introduction to the North Georgia Gaps. Distance and Elevation: 26.29 miles with 2,585 ft of climbing. Estimated time on the bike -2 and 3 hours, depending on the pace and time for regrouping.
Sunday
11
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Sorellas only, join Melanie King in Grant Pk Sunday, July 11, 2021 at 5:00 PM.
Location Details: Once at Grant Park, we will meet on a lovely flat space atop a parking garage! It is on Boulevard between United & Ormewood. Park on the street or pay $3.00/hr in the parking garage.
We will learn her exercises that help build arm and core strength, on and off the bike. Head over to our generous sponsor, Eventide, for a beer afterwards. Please sign covid waiver when you register.
Wednesday
14
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This is a great ride to improve your climbing skills, stepping outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The weekly ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good climbs) and we will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic and on hills.
After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at Bell Street Burrito or other local restaurant.
Saturday
17
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Join your Sorella mates for a ride(Road, Gravel, or Mountain), and a BYO picnic afterwards at Cochran Mill Park, a beautiful 800 acre park in Chattahoochee Hills. 9:00 am wheels down!
Ride options: 1. 43 mile road ride led by Jean d‘alessandro. 2. 30 mile road ride led by Michelle Holberg. 3. 23 mile Gravel ride led by Salskia Hoppe. 4. MTB led by Hannah Stacey.
Look for our tent and table under a pavilion there, and bring a lunch, drink, and chair to relax afterwards.
Masks and social distancing encouraged.
Wednesday
21
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This is a great ride to improve your climbing skills, stepping outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The weekly ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good climbs) and we will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic and on hills.
After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at Bell Street Burrito or other local restaurant.
Sunday
25
Decatur High School, upper lot on W. Howard Street between N. McDonough & Commerce Street.
9:00 AM
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Are you ready to ride again with your fellow sistas? (Aren't we all!) Dip your big toe into that cycling shoe and join this small (15 max.) Sorellas only, group ride lead by Michelle Hollberg. Details of the ride can be found on the ride calendar - under this ride name.
Wednesday
28
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This is a great ride to improve your climbing skills, stepping outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The weekly ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good climbs) and we will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic and on hills.
After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at Bell Street Burrito or other local restaurant.
Saturday
31
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Join Sorella, Amanda Hunt for this Northeast Georgia SORBA and Sorella sponsored trail work day, lead by Stan Crane, the SORBA trail director for Northeast Georgia. No experience is necessary and all tools will be supplied. Closed-toed shoes are recommended. Bring your own water and food. Bring your bike and plan to join Amanda on the trails afterward.