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April, 2020

Thursday
9
Passover (1st Day)
Friday
10
Good Friday
Friday
10
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
9:00 AM
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Join us on a (C40/64km) ride and hum the Beatles tune "Will You Still Need Me, Will You Still Feed Me, When I‘m 64?". We will ride up to Beal‘s Point via the Johnny Cash trail. Returning on the north side of Lake Natoma via the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail/ARBT. On the ride out there‘s an optional stop at Karen‘s Bakery (705 Gold Lake Dr. Folsom) for a little snack break/social time with club members. Ride Leader will sweep the long ride. There is also a short ride (D31). The short will ride out to Karen‘s Bakery (705 Gold Lake Dr.) and back. Becky Neal will sweep the short ride.
Here are the RWGPS LINKS:
Long (C40) https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32042822
Short (D31) https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32042737
Saturday
11
Meet at NW corner of the parking lot next to Steady Eddy's. in Winters near the corner of Main St. a
9:00 AM
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Both routes follow a loop from Winters to Vacaville roaming through the east side of the English Hills on the way out and coming back by way of Pleasant Valley and Putah Creek Roads. The long route includes out and back climbs to the top of Cantelow Rd. on both the front and back sides. Rest stop is in downtown Vacaville at the Pure Grain Bakery Café. RWGPS links to be added later.
Sunday
12
Easter Sunday
Sun, Apr 12, 2020
Sunday
12
Broadstone Marketplace, Folsom. Park and start in the lot near, but not at, the AAA office.
9:00 AM
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A choice of 8 hill training loops from warm up to challenging. All loops start and end in the parking lot. Ride any combination of loops in any order.
Ride leader will sweep riders new to these routes.
Grade: B/C/D5-20+

RWGPS routes (elevation gain and max grade numbers are RWGPS approximations):
*Hill Train-Folsom-Warm Up Loop https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20799803 - D 10.8 miles + 472 ft (44 ft per mile) 4.7% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-1 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20799820 - D 5.3 miles + 528 ft (100 ft per mile) 7.6% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-2 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20799828 - C 7.2 miles + 624 ft (87 ft per mile) 7.4% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-3 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20799836 - C 8 miles + 746 ft (93 ft per mile) 14.3% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-4 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26756703 - C 10.2 miles + 859 ft (84 ft per mile) 8.3% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-5 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26847845 - B 12.4 miles + 1,195 ft (96 ft per mile) 12.8% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-6 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26918416 - B 15.8 miles + 1,705 ft (108 ft per mile) 11.6% max grade
*Hill Train-Folsom-7 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26965284 - B+ 19.9 miles + 2,170 ft (109 ft per mile) 12.7% max grade
Monday
13
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
8:00 AM
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1) Your taxes are done and you want to do a celebration ride because you are getting a big refund;
2) Tour taxes are done and you need to work off some steam after writing a check to the IRS;
3) Your taxes are not done, you don‘t care so you go riding anyway.

Pick an excuse and lets ride! Stay tuned for route and destination information.
Tuesday
14
Gold River Town Center. Park and start in the Bel Air parking lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Our normal average pace is 16-18 mph.
Wednesday
15
No location - this is just a test event
8:00 AM
Thursday
16
Scottish Rite Masonic Center. Park & start at NW corner of parking lot near the entrance off Carlson
9:00 AM
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Try the hippest new restaurant, Fixins Soul Food for breakfast or dinner, entire menu available all day long. Fried chicken with waffle or omelet, gumbo, catfish, pancakes, etc. Enjoy large patio where bike can be safely kept. leave Scottish Rite and hop through McKinley Village to Blue Diamond bike trail cruise thru Old Sac through Miller Park past boat ramp onto Sacto River Bike trail exiting at Sutterville Road to Land Park Drive then 2nd Ave and end up on 3rd Ave next to Old Soul Coffee on Broadway.
The food is excellent and atmosphere is elegant casual.
Route is rated 20E on Club ride named"*Fixins-1A" and RWGPS link is https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32107614
Bring your appetite they have grape jelly butter for waffles.
Friday
17
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
9:00 AM
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Let‘s go to Cafe Dantorels again...I love this place! One route, 33 miles.
Five Points start, arrive early to sign in for a 9 a.m. ride start.

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20788025
Saturday
18
Justin Siena High School
8:00 AM
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Stay tuned for a new date. Cycle for Sight & Rotary Ride for Veterans now in its 13th year has been the preeminent Napa Valley community cycling event for both local Napa Valley residents and visitors alike. The ride benefits The Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind and post deployment Veteran Services non-profit entities. There are 3 ride options: 15, 25 and 50 miles. At the post-ride festival you can enjoy cuisine from Napa Valley restaurants, a bounty of Napa Valley wineries and micro-breweries, and great live music.
REGISTER ON THE EVENT WEBSITE!
Saturday
18
7740 Butte House Rd, at Acacia
8:00 AM
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Ride 20, 40, 65 or 100 miles in the area around the Sutter Buttes. Text or email me if you don‘t see me there to sign in. At the end of the ride, text me again with actual mileage. Register on their website. Start time depends on the route. Look in ABOUT US on the website.
Saturday
18
Folsom Village Shopping Center
9:00 AM
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Time once again to decide to do Park Dr or not. We‘ll circle out toward Rocklin and you can decide along the way. Did those Spring Blitz miles make a difference?
Sunday
19
Flour Garden Bakery
9:00 AM
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A twisty ride exploring some of the lesser known streets in the areas surrounding Auburn. There is a bit of climbing and a bit of descending with an elevation gain of 3600‘. Allow at least 30 minutes drive time to reach Auburn.
Monday
20
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
9:00 AM
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Specialty Cafe or Paris Baguette
Tuesday
21
Gold River Town Center Night Ride. Park and start in Bel Air Parking Lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Our usual pace is 16-18 mph.
Saturday
25
Placer County Association of Realtors
7:30 AM
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Ride the beautiful foothills and support our local Veterans and First Responders by participating in the Sacramento Honor Ride. Three routes to choose from (15, 47, and 66 miles) with rest stops and lunch included with the fee. Registration information is below. Join the SBH 2020 Team and enjoy a day supporting our Veterans and First Responders!

Registration Information:
Registration for all routes is $75. Sign up by Friday, February 7th using discount code EARLY for a $15 discount. After February 7th use code SACBIKE20 to receive a discount as a member of Sacramento Bike Hikers. Online registration closes at 8 PM, Friday, April 24th. Day-of registration is $85 and is available beginning at 6:45 AM.

Wounded veterans ride for FREE - please contact Project Hero before registering to receive your discount code (honorrideinfo@weareprojecthero.org)

Attached is the link for more information and joining the Sacramento Bike Hikers 2020 Team! http://r2r.convio.net/site/TR?fr_id=1660&pg=entry
Sunday
26
Folsom Village Shopping Center
9:00 AM
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Let‘s enjoy spring in the foothills of Granite Bay and Loomis! Details TBD but likely C35 and C 40+ routes.
Monday
27
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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Coffee ride from Gold River
Tuesday
28
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
9:30 AM
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Starting at 9:30 we will ride up to Fish Hatchery and some riders my want to ride up to La Bou, have coffee and come back for 30 miles. Riders might want to go to Bella for lunch?
Tuesday
28
Gold River Town Center Night Ride. Park and start in Bel Air Parking Lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Average speed is usually 16-18 mph.
Wednesday
29
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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Ride from Gold River to Granite Rock Grill. Two routes - links to be added later

May, 2020

Saturday
2
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
6:20 AM
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Unfortunately, this event for 2020 was canceled in reaction to the current coronavirus crisis. It will not be rescheduled.

Join me for an enjoyable day of cycling in Sonoma County for a beautiful springtime century, hosted by the Santa Rosa Cycling Club.

As the club notes:

"This ride passes by many of the region’s premier vineyards and wineries. You’ll ride through redwoods and apple orchards, shady broad-leaf forest and wildflowers and you’ll climb over hillsides dotted with eucalyptus, bay and oak trees."

For more information and registration click on the Wine Country Century link below.

Hopefully, the sign-in sheet will be available in the morning check-in area. If you are unable to find it, please email the information about your ride to me.

This is a "Benefit Ride" eligible for SBH mileage credit. Club members are encouraged to wear SBH apparel.
Saturday
2
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The Tour offers a wonderful Spring day of riding the scenic back
roads of Lincoln and South Placer County. The ride is fee based
and includes a continental breakfast, well stocked rest stops
along the routes, and a great post-ride BBQ lunch. The Tour de Lincoln is presented by the Lincoln Rotary Club Foundation. Proceeds support Rotary service projects. For more information see TourdeLincoln.org. Sign up now on Active.com. There will 100k, 50k, and 25k routes.
Contact the Ride Coordinators if you would like to be responsible for the sign-in sheet. Directions: Take I-80 East toward Reno then Hwy 65 North to the
Lincoln Blvd. exit, turn right. Travel 2 miles then turn right onto
65 McBean Park Dr. Lincoln Ca. 95648 /Hwy 193. Follow the signs
Sunday
3
Bel Air Shopping Center, Rocklin. Park and start near Taco Bell & Round Table
9:00 AM
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Come play with us. We will be using such scenic byways as Virginiatown, Gold Hill, Chill Hill, Wise Rd,
Garden Bar and other fun roads in the Rocklin, Lincoln, Ophir areas. Bring what you need for food and water on this 50 mile ride, limited services on route. C50, elevation gain 2400‘
Monday
4
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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A long and short ride to be determined
Tuesday
5
Cinco de Mayo
Tue, May 5, 2020
Tuesday
5
Gold River Town Center Night Ride. Park and start in Bel Air Parking Lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Average speed is usually 16-18 mph.
Wednesday
6
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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OK, so we‘re a day late - but a belated Cinco de Mayo ride to La Fiesta Taqueria in Folsom.

Short: 30 miles / 1,000 ft (https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31159784)

Long: 38 miles / 2,000 ft (https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31159807)
Thursday
7
The top floor of the Folsom City Parking Garage
8:00 AM
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I think we should call this ride on hold. It has not been officially canceled like all Folsom events above it on the city calendar. If it goes, it starts at the top of the city parking garage next to Karen‘s Bakery.
Thursday
7
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
10:00 AM
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Join us for a ride to the Capitol Bike Fest. Stay tuned for more info on the time of the event and the volunteer opportunity if you choose not to ride. The route is a flat 24 mi ride.

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29772073
Friday
8
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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Join me today as we ride to Julian‘s Patisserie (that‘s French for bakery) on Folsom-Auburn at Greenback. There will be two routes: Short 28 miles, 1000 ft of climbing https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20800287 and Long 36 miles, 1400 ft of climbing. I will be sweeping the short.
Saturday
9
Folsom Village Shopping Center
9:00 AM
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The irises will be in bloom! We will cruise some familiar roads in Granite Bay and Loomis in route to Horton‘s. Coffee stop afterwards at Flower Farm. Both Horton‘s and Flower Farm have gift shops so if you need a little something for the moms in your life here‘s your chance.
Routes TBD but will be approximately C 34, C 40.
Sunday
10
Mother's Day
Sun, May 10, 2020
Monday
11
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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Coffee ride from Gold River
Tuesday
12
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
10:00 AM
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Let‘s try something different! Easy ride to the Water Education Center. Of course lunch after either Rubio‘s or Jack‘s your choice. 23 miles
Tuesday
12
Gold River Town Center Night Ride. Park and start in Bel Air Parking Lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Average speed is usually 16-18 mph.
Thursday
14
Starbucks, we will be parked in the back...look for the White Ford Van
9:00 AM
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Tired of the same old routine? Would you like to experience something a bit different? Then come out with that Hybrid, Mountain, Gravel, or Cross bike you have gathering dust in the garage and come be a kid again! Any bike with 32mm or wider tires will be fine. We will ride together as a group with frequent regrouping points. For the next few months I‘ll be leading gravel/easy mountain bike rides in and around the Sacramento Area. First in the series is out in the Garden Highway area near the Sac Intl Airport on flat levee roads...some pavement will be involved. ;-) D25+ elevation gain...hardly any.
Friday
15
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
9:00 AM
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Let‘s do it again...loving this ride. One route...

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20788025
Saturday
16
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
8:00 AM
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Ride the new stretch of Iron Point and into EDH C 33/40
Sunday
17
Rodata Trails Parking Lot, near Graton & Ross Roads in Graton
10:00 AM
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Day One - 10am, 37miles, 1706’ - we’ll ride from tiny Graton for lunch on the patio at Healdsburg Bar and Grill on the plaza. Shorter option is a 25-mile out-and-back that also meets at Healdsburg. Both routes swept. An acceptable longer alternative is to start the ride at the Lodge in Occidental. This out-and-back is not swept.
Monday
18
Occidental Lodge
8:00 AM
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Day Two (Option 1) - 52miles, 2371’ - we’ll take a side trip along Austin Creek to the slightly uphill Cazadero Highway General Store and deli before heading to the spectacular Sonoma Coast and Bodega Bay for a seaside lunch. Shorter options available. Swept.
• Day Two (Option 2) – 62miles, 4446’ - offers more challenge on steep, remote Fort Ross Road with an 18% descent on Meyers Grade to the Coast Highway and the Russian River at Jenner. No sweep.
• Day Two (Option 3) – 55miles, 5200’ (est.)- takes even more challenging King Ridge Road out of Cazadero. No sweep.
• Yet another Day Two option on all routes is beautiful, rural, 9-mile Coleman Valley Road from Highway 1 to Occidental. Spectacular views (but not for the faint-of-heart), No Sweep.

*Note: These routes are tentative and may be modified. Alternative routes may be added.
Tuesday
19
Occidental Lodge
8:00 AM
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Day Three – 32 miles, 2700’ - we’ll ride through majestic Armstrong Redwoods State National Reserve. The ride should finish in time to shower and leave the hotel by checkout time. Swept.

*Note: This routes is tentative and may be modified. Alternative Routes may be added.
Tuesday
19
Gold River Town Center Night Ride. Park and start in Bel Air Parking Lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Average speed is usually 16-18 mph.
Wednesday
20
Gold River Town Center
9:00 AM
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Come have breakfast hosted by Bob and Janet Kendall at their house in Granite Bay (near Beals Point)

Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/25851561?privacy_code=WSwWQqWAysOnKgfS, 31 miles, 1100 ft of climbing
Sunday
24
Broadstone Marketplace, Folsom. Park and start in the lot near, but not at, the AAA office.
9:00 AM
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Let‘s try again...A "C 44" ride with a smattering of "B" Pitches. A loop through El Dorado Hills, Rescue, Shingle Springs, and Cameron Park using notable scenic roads such as Elmores, Malcom-Dixon, Deer Valley, Ponderosa, S. Shingle, Serrano, Wilson and others. >;-) Rest Break in Shingle Springs. Elevation gain about 3900‘.
Monday
25
Memorial Day
Mon, May 25, 2020
Tuesday
26
Gold River Town Center Night Ride. Park and start in Bel Air Parking Lot.
6:30 PM
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Tuesday evening ride and dinner. Average speed is usually 16-18 mph.
Wednesday
27
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
9:00 AM
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Join us for a trip along roads seldom used by SBH to Crepes & Burgers on Auburn Blvd in Citrus Heights.

Check out their website for menu and specials (https://www.crepesandburgers.com/). Portions are large, so you may want to plan to split with someone.

Short route is 31 miles/900 ft (https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26694205).

Long route is 41 miles/1,400 ft (https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26701877)

June, 2020

Tuesday
2
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
9:30 AM
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Up and down the ARBT at an easy pace.
Monday
8
Five Points Shopping Center. Park and start along the Arden Way side of the parking lot.
8:00 AM
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When closer to ride, coffee stop and route will be updated.
Wednesday
17
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
8:00 AM
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Let‘s have breakfast at Susie‘s Country Oaks in Granite Bay. Longer route C38 1424 ft of climbing takes a jaunt to Beeks Bight after breakfast. Short route C30 1125 ft climbing will not be swept so plan to ride with a friend or just do the longer route!!! The long route will be swept at a 12mph pace.

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27647605
Saturday
20
Summer Solstice
Sat, Jun 20, 2020
Sunday
21
Father's Day
Sun, Jun 21, 2020

July, 2020

Saturday
4
Independence Day
Sat, Jul 4, 2020
Saturday
11
William Pond Park
11:00 AM
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Join us for a no-sweep ride along the parkway at 8 am and then a BBQ lunch at the William Pond Park Gazebo hosted by the Bike Hikers at 11. Can you say hamburgers, hot dogs, garden burgers, salads and more?
Saturday
18
Sunrise Access
8:00 AM
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Come volunteer at the bike grab and park.
Sunday
19
Western Iowa, starting point will be released Jan 25th
8:00 AM
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48th Annual bike ride across Iowa

August, 2020

Sunday
30
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Plan to Ride the Parkway, an event to benefit the American River Parkway Foundation. Stay tuned for registration information and details. Get this on your calendar and lets be the top team again this year.

September, 2020

Monday
7
Labor Day
Mon, Sep 7, 2020
Saturday
19
Rosh Hashanah (1st Day)
Sat, Sep 19, 2020
Tuesday
22
Autumnal Equinox
Tue, Sep 22, 2020
Sunday
27
McBean Park
7:00 AM
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The Tour offers a wonderful Spring day of riding the scenic back roads of Lincoln and South Placer County. The ride is fee based and includes a continental breakfast, well stocked rest stops along the routes, and a great post-ride BBQ lunch. The Tour de Lincoln is presented by the Lincoln Rotary Club Foundation. Proceeds support Rotary service projects. For more information see TourdeLincoln.org. Sign up now on Active.com. There will 100k, 50k, and 25k routes. Contact the Ride Coordinators if you would like to be responsible for the sign-in sheet. Directions: Take I-80 East toward Reno then Hwy 65 North to the Lincoln Blvd. exit, turn right. Travel 2 miles then turn right onto 65 McBean Park Dr. Lincoln Ca. 95648 /Hwy 193. Follow the signs
Monday
28
Yom Kippur
Mon, Sep 28, 2020

October, 2020

Monday
12
Columbus Day
Mon, Oct 12, 2020
Saturday
17
Howard Park
9:00 AM
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Grade: D26+/C60+ with B hills. This is the Party Pardee Pre-Ride for the volunteer workers who are working Pardee on Oct. 24th. Services are a bit scarce along the routes, so please be prepared and self-sufficient with fluids, food and supplies since there are no official food stops. On the long route services are available at mile 14, mile 29 and again at mile 48 in Valley Springs. Rain or threat of rain cancels the ride. Meet at the Howard Park parking lot in Ione.
Saturday
24
Howard Park/Bishop Hall
7:30 AM
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This premier event was postponed from April 4,2020. If you registered for that date your registration is still valid for the Oct.24, 2020. Registration transfers will open June 1, 2020 if you are unable to attend the Oct. 24, 2020 date. This is the 28th Annual Sacramento Bike Hiker Party Pardee ride out of Ione, CA. A very popular ride, it is the premier cycling event in Northern California.
The 2021 Party Pardee will return to the first weekend in April which is April 3, 2021.
Saturday
31
Halloween
Sat, Oct 31, 2020

November, 2020

Sunday
1
Daylight Savings Time Ends
Sun, Nov 1, 2020
Tuesday
3
Election Day
Tue, Nov 3, 2020
Saturday
7
William Pond Park
9:00 AM
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Annual Soup Lunch and Ride
Tuesday
10
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
10:00 AM
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Meet at Gold River Town Center in the parking lot across from Rite Aid. We will do 20 or so miles at a leisurely pace. The idea behind the ride is to welcome newcomers and provide a ride at a slower pace and shorter distance. There is no route sheet. Optional lunch at Rubio‘s after the ride. Grade: D/E20
Wednesday
11
Veterans Day / Remembrance Day
Wed, Nov 11, 2020
Thursday
26
Thanksgiving
Thu, Nov 26, 2020

December, 2020

Friday
11
Hanukkah (1st Day)
Fri, Dec 11, 2020
Monday
21
Winter Solstice
Mon, Dec 21, 2020
Friday
25
Christmas
Fri, Dec 25, 2020
Saturday
26
Kwanzaa (1st Day)
Sat, Dec 26, 2020
Thursday
31
La Bou Bakery, Folsom
10:00 AM
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This ride includes two parts - a swept 24-mile course that includes hilly Folsom trails and roads, and a non-swept optional 7-mile circle from La Bou to the fish hatchery. Riders are invited to start the 7-mile loop at 9:00 AM, or after completion of the 24-mile loop. The sign-in sheet will be available at the ride leader‘s white dually PU, but the ride leader may not return from riding the fish hatchery loop until 9:45 am. The ride leader will start the 24-mile loop at 10:00 am sharp. We almost always stay for lunch at La Bou‘s after the ride, so bring your appetite! The total climb is 1,300 feet. Grade: D24/31 Ride with GPS link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30826234

January, 2021

Friday
1
New Years Day
Fri, Jan 1, 2021