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March, 2019

Tuesday
5
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Route varies each week. Afterwards we go to a different restaurant. Restaurant rotation (Triple Cats - LaRosa‘s - Buffalo Wild Wings - El Mariachi). YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO ONE HILL. Over lightly used roads of Western Hamilton County and South Easte
Saturday
9
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Each week is a rotating route in or around Warren County roads and streets. Each route is a scenic tour avoiding heavy traffic areas. Some routes are planned around local landmarks, including covered bridges and parks. The starting location for each ride will be determined by the route.

Rain at the start time will cancel the ride. Rain during a ride will be evaluated based on safety concerns.

The start will be adjusted based on weather early in the season. Once warmer temperatures arrive, the time will shift to 8AM.

This is an intermediate ride with average speeds approx 15-16 mph. We don‘t start with two speed groups but usually have two speed groups toward the middle to end of the ride.
Sunday
10
Daylight Savings Time Starts
Monday
11
Across the street from Friendship United Methodist Church (1025 Springfield Pike, Wyoming, OH 45215)
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Welcome to the CCC Monday Wyoming Ride


Monday
11
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Meeting in Loveland, by the bike rental place. Riding about 22 - 25 miles at a 12 mph pace. Going to be some climbs with rollers.
Tuesday
12
Reser Bicycle Outfitters
6:00 PM
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“Blast-off is now 6:05PM each Tuesday. This ride is open to all road bikers including beginners, the only prerequisites being 1) you have a road bike 2) helmet and 3) lights. The route differs every week. Two water bottles recommended. There are four
Tuesday
12
Nisbet Park
6:15 PM
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One of the most popular and long standing club rides.
Tuesday
12
Meet/park SW Corner of Elda Elementary School lot in Ross OH
6:30 PM
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Routes will vary each week, but will always include at least one significant climb, so be prepared. Routes use the lightly traveled roads of western Hamilton County and Butler County.
Wednesday
13
Boone County Arboretum
6:15 PM
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Planned route is 25 miles and passes through Rabbit Hash (Evil Twins, down Rabbit Hash hill, thru Rabbit Hash, up Big Bone Church). These are beautiful roads and traffic is generally fairly light. This is not a good ride for beginners. There are three category 4 climbs and two steep decents. There will be one or two speed groups depending on attendees.
Thursday
14
Park in Gravel lot across from the Tomb.
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Self paced ride, only the fast bikers go out in a group. You have options of Traditional Route 17 miles one hill Dugan Gap - Bottom 20 miles - Up and Over 24 miles one hill Dugan Gap - Up and Over/Over and back 27 miles two hills Dugan Gap and Mt. N
Thursday
14
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Every Thursday night you can count on a free, organized ride from Spoken Bicycles! All rides depart at 6:00 sharp, please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes early. Parking is available in the street or the lots behind the building.

There are multiple rou
Thursday
14
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Every Thursday night you can count on a free, organized ride from Spoken Bicycles! All rides depart at 6:00 sharp, please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes early. Please check Spoken Bicycles facebook page or call in the event of inclement weather.

1201 Central Avenue, Middletown, OH 45044

There are multiple routes to chose from, please choose the one that fits your skill level, riding equipment + gear. Helmets are required for all riders.

Beginner
Leave from Spoken Bicycles, head down Central Ave towards the bike trail. Go right on the trail, turn around at the first bridge, and return back to the shop. The ride is roughly 6 miles, and is accessible for ALL bikes and skill levels.

Intermediate
Leave from Spoken Bicycles, head down Central Ave towards the bike trail. Go right on the trail and go all the way to the end of the trail where it dead ends. Turn around and come back to the shop. The ride is roughly 12 miles, and recommended for most* bikes and those individuals who can ride for 1hr+. *Cruiser bikes not recommended. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20613036

Moderate/Advanced
This ride is all road and self supported, with an average of 20-25 miles each ride. A road bike is highly recommended for both your safety and that of the riders around you. Newcomers never fear, this ride is no drop, but it is recommended for those riders who can sustain at minimum a 15 mph average. Please be sure to bring extra tubes and co2 + be in appropriate riding gear.
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20475832

Hang out at the shop after for some hydration of your choice.
Saturday
16
Meet/park in lot across from Harrison Jr. H.S. in Harrison, Ohio at Dry Fork & West Roads.
11:00 AM
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A different route every week. There will be at least one notable climb, and likely two or more climbs. Typical Banana Ride distances are 35-50 miles, depending on the group and the weather that day.
Saturday
16
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Each week is a rotating route in or around Warren County roads and streets. Each route is a scenic tour avoiding heavy traffic areas. Some routes are planned around local landmarks, including covered bridges and parks. The starting location for each ride will be determined by the route.

Rain at the start time will cancel the ride. Rain during a ride will be evaluated based on safety concerns.

The start will be adjusted based on weather early in the season. Once warmer temperatures arrive, the time will shift to 8AM.

This is an intermediate ride with average speeds approx 15-16 mph. We don‘t start with two speed groups but usually have two speed groups toward the middle to end of the ride.
Sunday
17
St Patrick's Day
Sunday
17
Campbell County High School
US 27 and Camel Crossing
11:00 AM
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Joe Braun will be leading a Substitute Iffy Ride starting at the Campbell County High School.
Ride Rating = Advanced
Distance = 50 - 70 miles
Speed = 17 plus
Start location is Campbell County High School
https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en
Monday
18
Across the street from Friendship United Methodist Church (1025 Springfield Pike, Wyoming, OH 45215)
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Welcome to the CCC Monday Wyoming Ride


Tuesday
19
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See Ride announcement for where to meet.
Tuesday
19
Reser Bicycle Outfitters
6:00 PM
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“Blast-off is now 6:05PM each Tuesday. This ride is open to all road bikers including beginners, the only prerequisites being 1) you have a road bike 2) helmet and 3) lights. The route differs every week. Two water bottles recommended. There are four
Tuesday
19
Nisbet Park
6:15 PM
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One of the most popular and long standing club rides.
Tuesday
19
Meet/park SW Corner of Elda Elementary School lot in Ross OH
6:30 PM
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Routes will vary each week, but will always include at least one significant climb, so be prepared. Routes use the lightly traveled roads of western Hamilton County and Butler County.
Wednesday
20
Vernal Equinox
Wednesday
20
Boone County Arboretum
6:15 PM
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Planned route is 25 miles and passes through Rabbit Hash (Evil Twins, down Rabbit Hash hill, thru Rabbit Hash, up Big Bone Church). These are beautiful roads and traffic is generally fairly light. This is not a good ride for beginners. There are three category 4 climbs and two steep decents. There will be one or two speed groups depending on attendees.
Thursday
21
More Info
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Every Thursday night you can count on a free, organized ride from Spoken Bicycles! All rides depart at 6:00 sharp, please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes early. Parking is available in the street or the lots behind the building.

There are multiple rou
Thursday
21
Bishop's Bicycle Shop
6:15 PM
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Weekly ride going downtown the first and third Thursdays of the month with other routes to be determined by leaders, daylight, and weather.
Thursday
21
Meet/park at the gravel lot across from the Tomb on Brower Rd. at Cliff Rd. Overflow crowd parks up
6:30 PM
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Self paced ride, only the fast bikers go out in a group. You have options of Traditional Route 17 miles one hill Dugan Gap - Bottom 20 miles - Up and Over 24 miles one hill Dugan Gap - Up and Over/Over and back 27 miles two hills Dugan Gap and Mt. N
Saturday
23
Meet/park in lot across from Harrison Jr. H.S. in Harrison, Ohio at Dry Fork & West Roads.
11:00 AM
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A different route every week. There will be at least one notable climb, and likely two or more climbs. Typical Banana Ride distances are 35-50 miles, depending on the group and the weather that day.
Saturday
23
More Info
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Each week is a rotating route in or around Warren County roads and streets. Each route is a scenic tour avoiding heavy traffic areas. Some routes are planned around local landmarks, including covered bridges and parks. The starting location for each ride will be determined by the route.

Rain at the start time will cancel the ride. Rain during a ride will be evaluated based on safety concerns.

The start will be adjusted based on weather early in the season. Once warmer temperatures arrive, the time will shift to 8AM.

This is an intermediate ride with average speeds approx 15-16 mph. We don‘t start with two speed groups but usually have two speed groups toward the middle to end of the ride.
Sunday
24
Campbell County High School
US 27 and Camel Crossing
9:30 AM
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Less Info
Joe Braun will be leading a Substitute Iffy Ride starting at the Campbell County High School.
Ride Rating = Advanced
Distance = 50 - 70 miles
Speed = 17 plus
Start location is Campbell County High School
https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en
Monday
25
Across the street from Friendship United Methodist Church (1025 Springfield Pike, Wyoming, OH 45215)
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Welcome to the CCC Monday Wyoming Ride


Monday
25
Boone County Arboretum
6:15 PM
More Info
Less Info
Planned route is 25 miles and passes through Rabbit Hash (Evil Twins, down Rabbit Hash hill, thru Rabbit Hash, up Big Bone Church). These are beautiful roads and traffic is generally fairly light. This is not a good ride for beginners. There are three category 4 climbs and two steep decents. There will be one or two speed groups depending on attendees.
Tuesday
26
Reser Bicycle Outfitters
6:00 PM
More Info
Less Info
“Blast-off is now 6:05PM each Tuesday. This ride is open to all road bikers including beginners, the only prerequisites being 1) you have a road bike 2) helmet and 3) lights. The route differs every week. Two water bottles recommended. There are four
Tuesday
26
Nisbet Park
6:15 PM
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Less Info
One of the most popular and long standing club rides.
Tuesday
26
Meet/park SW Corner of Elda Elementary School lot in Ross OH
6:30 PM
More Info
Less Info
Routes will vary each week, but will always include at least one significant climb, so be prepared. Routes use the lightly traveled roads of western Hamilton County and Butler County.
Wednesday
27
Parking lot in front of Kings Mills Commerce Park (Powder Factory), next to a Little Miami Scenic Tr
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This is one of Warren County‘s weekly rides. We typically have two or three groups with about 4-10 riders, each. A typical average speed for slowest group is 15 -16 mph and for fastest group is 17 - 19 mph. We usually head north to the hilly Oregonia
Wednesday
27
Strongs Brick Oven Pizzeria Hebron KY
6:15 PM
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Base route features Tanner (down), Rt20 climb up to airport, scenic Elijah Creek, Limaburg-Conrad to Burlington, 18 out to beautiful Woolper-Ashby Fork, and 20 back to ur Graves. Route features 2 good climbs (10%+) and 3 good grinders (2-4%), Distanc
Thursday
28
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Self paced ride, only the fast bikers go out in a group. You have options of Traditional Route 17 miles one hill Dugan Gap - Bottom 20 miles - Up and Over 24 miles one hill Dugan Gap - Up and Over/Over and back 27 miles two hills Dugan Gap and Mt. N
Thursday
28
Starting point is the parking lot, on the corner of Alexandria (27) and East Alexandria Pike in Col
6:00 PM
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Ride through the hills of Northern Kentucky
Thursday
28
Bishop's Bicycle Shop
6:15 PM
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Weekly ride going downtown the first and third Thursdays of the month with other routes to be determined by leaders, daylight, and weather.
Saturday
30
Meet/park in lot across from Harrison Jr. H.S. in Harrison, Ohio at Dry Fork & West Roads.
11:00 AM
More Info
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A different route every week. There will be at least one notable climb, and likely two or more climbs. Typical Banana Ride distances are 35-50 miles, depending on the group and the weather that day.