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BRBC Weekend Rides - March 29-30th
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BRBC Saturday Out Of Town Ride:

Doyle High School, 20480 Circle Dr, Livingston, LA 70754
Join us for a ride from Doyle High School in Livingston with choice of 34 or 52 miles on mostly flat roads. Only hills are interstate overpasses, and the Tickfaw river bridge on the 52 mile route. This is a great introduction to out of town riding to those wanting to venture out for the first time. 

This is a repeat of an earlier ride that was not well attended due to ice on the bridges. This will NOT happen this Saturday. Cross your fingers that 40 degrees is just a memory until November. The intermediate "B" pace for this ride is 17-19 MPH due to the flat nature of the course. With any luck, there will be more than one "C" paced rider participating, where the pace will be 14-16 MPH. Regardless, this is a no drop ride, and we will wait at corners for slower riders to catch up, unless instructed otherwise.

See link for Ride with GPS map or go to the Yahoo group website for a PDF of the courses which are "Livingston Loop Around 34" and "Livingston Loop Around 52 Rev 1.


https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/BatonRougeBikeClub/files/Maps/Livingston

34 mile: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/4312448
52 mile: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3943231

Follow link to route to the ride start from the 10/12 split in Baton Rouge. Plan on 30 minutes drive and be ready to roll by 9 AM.

https://goo.gl/maps/Sdlyq

Call or text Bruce with questions @ 225.963.8616

Bruce

 
Click Here For: BRBC Ride & Event Calendar

Sunday March 30

Tour du Cafe
11:00 A.M. Broadmoor Methodist,
11:30 A.M. Goodwood Park & 12:00 P.M. City Park

Join us for a mid-day relaxed pace ride with a choice of distances.

Ride starts from the Broadmoor Methodist Parking lot (Molylea @ Sharp) at 11:00 for 40 miles. (We meet in the south side of the parking lot near the 2 story Adult Education Building.) I will be arriving by white pickup with a green bike in the back at BUMC. 

The group picks up riders at Goodwood Park at 11:30 for 30 miles 

The group picks up still more riders at the City Park Tennis Center at Noon for 20 miles. 

This is a no drop ride with a C pace (10-15 MPH but no faster than the slowest rider). It is also known for its teachable moments, as many times less experienced riders will be able to learn from the more experienced participants. No classroom or test, but wouldn't you like to learn how to avoid a crash, or change a flat quickly? 

The group normally stops several times, including BRBeach, Farr Park trailhead, and a stop downtown for coffee or other refreshments. 

Bruce 
225.963.8616 (voice or text)

Sunday March 30

Kidical Mass
2:00 P.M. Gravel Lot Across From LSU Vet. School

Family ride leaving from the gravel parking lot across from the LSU Vet School, bicycle around the athletic fields to go visit Mike the Tiger.    This is a ride appropriate for all ages though children should be able to ride without training wheels. Parents must accompany children; be prepared by wearing helmets, bringing water, and dressing for the weather. Hosted by Safe Routes to School and Baton Rouge Bike Club.  For questions, please contact Kelli Gilbert or Jennie Kluse: jkluse8@gmail.com, cell: (650) 726-8665. This ride repeats every last Sunday of the month.
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Clinton Market Day Ride (ride leader needed)
06 April
Tour du Cafe

12 April
Jackson Ride (ride leader needed)
13 April
Tour du Cafe

19 April
Centreville, MS Ride
20 April
Tour du Cafe

Sunday March 30

March Birthdays
4:00 P.M. Brew Ha-Ha

711 Jefferson Hwy
We're celebrating 50 years as Baton Rouge's premier cycling club on the last Sunday of every month, if your birthday is in that month, and you're a BRBC member be sure to join us for a little something special just for you! So this Sunday, March 30th @ 4:00 PM, we're celebrating the birthday of any club member born in March... cake balls & coffee at "Brew Ha-Ha!" Even if your birthday isn't in March come on out, and join the celebration, and remember when it's your birthday month the cake balls and coffee are on the club. Is there a better way to close out a Sunday than riding the Tour du Cafe, and finishing off with a treat? We don't think so! Rain or shine!
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