Why just bum around tonight? Come and ride starting at Renu Cycle HQ at 6:45 pm and every Wednesday in June ( weather permitting)
Well some people have contacted me about some weekday rides for 2018. So we are going to have an intro ride Tuesday May 22 for about 20-25 km. We’ll meet at Renu Cycle at 6:45 pm. 4906 – 47 Street, Leduc , 1 block south of the BMO downtown. We will ride and discuss what days and how often we want to ride this summer. These will be a good start on getting ready for Rosies Memorial Ride in June.
Remember to set aside June 8-10 for A ride around Pigeon Lake in memorial of Rosie. Stay tuned for more info as I hear back from the Eileen & Barry Dahlseide. (Sorry for the blurry photo)
Well its been a long time. Just checking in to see if anyone still is checking up occasionally. I have heard though the grape Vine that the Dalsides are planning a Ride around Pigeon Lake (Rosies Ride) around the first weekend in June. Stay tuned for more details. I am going to set up a poll to see if any one is interested in some rides this year (2018) both weekly and monthly. So give us an opinion. If we do plan rides they will be posted here; on our Godspoke facebook page and on the Renu Cycle facebook page also.
While you are here maybe take a nostalgic browse through some of the rides and tours we have done.
This coming Long weekend we are planning to ride around Pigeon Lake. The Boersmas and Hagers will be camping at the provincial camp ground for the weekend. You are welcome to join us any day for rides or an evening for a campfire!
Rosie’s Ride Saturday Sept 5 meet at the Day use Parking Lot. Meet at 9am & ride out about 9:30 am; then a Camp fire and Wienie Roast at our site after (E 218 A&B). If you want to bring something for the Campfire please do!
All Welcome. This is a leisurely ride around the Lake 62 Km with Plenty of rests time and Nobody is left behind. Sunday we will take a few leisurely rides in the area.
Alice and Janice will be host a Leisurely ride on the Southwest side to Village on the Lake and back Saturday for those who do not to circumnavigate the Lake. See you there!
So where do we go from here? This summer is turning out to be one where my riding during the week is flat lining. Depending on my work load, family commitments or weather. it seems like an organized ride during the week is NOT happening. So Lets ask the question:
For those wanting a great ride on Monday I am heading out to the West of Calmar to do a ride a did a couple of years ago.
I will start at my place around 9 am and return sometime before 4pm. I am going for a nice long scenic ride. I invite you to join me . Steady pacing somewhere around 19 km avg with stops to admire the scenery. If you want to go fast this is not your kinda ride. We will lunch on the way Maybe at Warburg or Sunnybrook. If enough show up Alice may provide some sort of sag along the way. Please try out our new polling feature to let me know if you are coming. If you need directions to my place, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for directions
Over the past 6-8 weeks our lives have been fairly mixed up with a move of the shop, downsizing of Crackmasters , Managing Renu Cycle, A holiday to Idaho and so on. If you visit our site you may have noticed a lack of posts during that time. Well We are back and starting to push onward. You will notice a few new posts this week and I hope to be a lot more regular from this point on. That includes weekly rides and a few specials rides yet this season.
Here is a tentative ride schedule for the rest of the season:
August 3 – Warburg/Calmar loop 100 km Sag supported and a lunch for $5
August 15 – Red Deer Bike paths ride. Hopefully we can get riders from across the province out for this one. Spread the Word!
Sept 6 Long Weekend – Pigeon Lake ride 65 km . Some of us may be Camping at the Provincial Campground, Join us!
Sept 19 – River valley West ride. Start at Back side of the Bonniedoon Mall near Sears
Oct 3 – Thanksgiving Weekend- Fall Colors/Chilli Willy Ride, We ride and then sit down for
a Chilly Dinner at Emily Murphy Park in Edmonton!