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July, 2024

Wednesday
3
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. 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 on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Sunday
7
Reformation Brewery (Woodstock)
9:15 AM
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Starting at sponsor Reformation in Woodstock, it‘s a short ride over to the Olde Rope Mill trails which includes lovely smooth flowy goodness making this a great option for all level of mountain bikers (or even some gravelers needing some single track practice!).
Wednesday
10
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. 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 on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Saturday
13
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22 miles beginner friendly gravel ride at Dirty Sheets. Bring your gravel or mountain bike and join Saskia for a relaxed tour of Dirty Sheets. Lunch to follow at Halsa in Serenbe!
Sunday
14
Cauley Creek Park
2:00 PM
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Come practice some bike handling skills for drop bar bikes (gravel, cyclocross, or road). Practicing tight turns, cornering, hops, rapid braking, and some dismounts/mounts (because cross is coming). We’ll be in grass/parking areas in a lovely suburban park. Perfect for beginners or people that just need to spend some time practicing skills (which is most everyone). Bring all your normal ride gear (except blinkies). Cauley Creek Park, 7255 Bell Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30097 (meet at the 5K staging parking area) Sunday, July 14 (alternate date of July 21) 2-4 pm Followed by the optional socializing at the cutest coffee shop and desserts (and sandwiches if you prefer). Divine Coffee. (If it is blazing hot, plan B is a neighborhood pool plunge prior to coffee) Registration is requested.
Tuesday
16
1956 Eugene Gunby Rd, Marietta, GA 30067
6:00 PM
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Join Laura for a loop around Sope Creek/Cochran shoals on the 3rd Tuesday evening every month. Laura is very experienced and excited to share hints and tips to mountain bikers of all levels or simply cruise around!
Wednesday
17
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. 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 on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Sunday
21
Wolfskin Rd & Old Martin Rd
6:45 AM
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Come join us for awesome graveling in Arnoldsville (near Watkinsville - south of Athens). The gravel is generally very nice, not too technical, with lots of fun rollers. Route will vary each month, as there are many options out there, but a file will be posted a week ahead so you can download to your bike computer. 45 Miles, expect ~14/mph. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/41499207 Starting earlier for summer to get out of the heat and humidity sooner. It‘s been very warm out so bring extra hydration and food, more than you think you will need. The route has trees for shade, but there is quite a bit of full on sun. Option to add on miles if you like, or cut shorter by doing an out and back. Parking is on Old Martin Rd just off of Wolfskin Rd. No fee to park. Hang out after and grab a bite to eat at Wire Park just a short drive away. Bring a friend, invited fellas welcome! Registration is recommended so I know who will be joining.
Sunday
21
Floyd Rd. trailhead/Comet Trail Cycles
8:30 AM
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Starting from Comet Trail Cycles/Floyd Ride (mile 4.2) this ride is an out and back on the flat Silver Comet Trail. Target distances are 22, 32 and 54 miles – but with an out and back route you can easily adjust to the distance that will work for you. The ride is open to Sorellas, fellas and friends, and is definitely beginner friendly. Be ready to roll at 8:30 AM.
Wednesday
24
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. 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 on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Wednesday
31
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:30 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. 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 on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.