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Total confirmed 2013 rides: 372
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Last map update: 15.May.2013 23:38:17.
|Contact:||Justin Pryzby <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for more details.|
|Contact:||Chuck Hill <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meet at the parking lot at the Green Valley Recreation East Social Center for the eighth local observance of the Ride of Silence at 5:30 PM for light refreshments provided by local volunteers. Our seven mile ride will leave at 6:00 PM and take us on west on Esperanza, north on La Canada, east on Duval Mine Road, and then south on Abrego back to East Center. We will observe the world-wide guidelines for the Ride of Silence and ride at a slow and comfortable pace while conducting the ride in total silence. The ride will be led by local bicyclists and supported with assistance from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, the Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers, and the Green Valley Fire District. Helmets are required for riders. The Santa Cruz Valley Area Ride of Silence is endorsed by the Santa Cruz Valley Bicycle Advocate Committee, Green Valley Bike & Hike, and the Green Valley bike Hub.|
|Contact:||Bonnie Tomlin <--Send email|
|Notes:||This is a slow 5 mile ride. Helmets and waivers required. Kingman Police with provide traffic control and the Kingman Fire Department will provide a trailing vehicle. Meet at the Kingman Academy of Learning Middle School parking lot, 3269 Harrison by 6:45 p.m.|
|Contact:||Kim Saks <--Send email|
|Notes:||The silent, 11 mile roundtrip ride begins at Mountain View Park in Mesa (845 N Lindsay Rd, Mesa, 85213), at 7 pm sharp, travels south to Freestone Park in Gilbert (1045 E Juniper Rd, Gilbert, 85234) then back to Mountain View. A brief ceremony remembering family and loved-ones who lost their lives while riding their bicycle will begin the event, followed by ride protocol and safety instructions.|
|Contact:||Teresa Filleman <--Send email|
|Notes:||Starting at SouthWest Bicycles, Peoria, AZ 8155 W Bell Rd #116
Please arrive by 6:30 PM to sign in and get your gear ready to roll.
Head and tail lights are required Helmets are required.
Please contact the event coordinator for more information.
|Contact:||Saumya Bollam <--Send email|
|Contact:||Bud Chase <--Send email|
|Distance:||3.3 miles plus|
|Notes:||We have done this ride for the last 5 or 6 years. We have the largest non State wide club in AZ. The age ranges from 50-60 to 86. the highest mileage guy is around 14,000 miles per year and highest lady is little over 10,000 miles. The reason for the low miles is to get a wide range of people to ride. I'm enclosing a picture of some of the riders. We will have our SaddleBrooke patrol helping with the ride. We are located 25 miles north of Tucson so we don't get many outside riders, but they would be welcomed and some of the hard core riders for Tucson come up during the week-end as we have hills to climb. This web site should bring up SaddleBrooke's HOA 1 site, then look under clubs to find Clubs and Sanctioned Groups. We are an active adult community. http://www.saddlebrooke.org/|
|Contact:||Wayne Cullop <--Send email|
|Notes:||Start/End: Reid Park West End Ramada 22 0r 20. Meet Up to register starting at 5:30. Ride begins promptly at 6:00.|