We had a great warm-up ride last Saturday in North Augusta thanks to Jim Floyd and David Lipman. They picked a perfect day, and we had a nice turn-out of twelve riders on short notice. We didn't lose anyone (we think) and the roads were a lot better than expected. This Saturday's ride will be our first official ride of the season - the "Wake Up the Earth" ride along the Kennebec River Rail Trail, with a possible stop at Slates Bakery in Hallowell (actually two possible stops, as we pass by it twice, and it's hard to pass by). The ride will be on gentle, mostly flat terrain, and will be moderately paced - perfect if you haven't been out much as yet this year. Hope you can join us as we kick off another great year of cycling!
April 19th, Saturday - AUGUSTA
"Wake Up the Earth" - an early Spring/Earth Day ride along the Kennebec River Rail Trail through Augusta, Hallowell, and Gardiner.
START: 10:00 AM at the Augusta trail head of the rail trail - the municipal parking lot off of Water Street adjacent to the Maine State Housing Authority (353 Water St.) in the shadow of Memorial Bridge:
DISTANCE: 20-25 miles
TERRAIN: flat (and we mean flat, unless of course we take a detour to add on more miles)
HIGHLIGHTS: the first ride of the season, a pleasant run along the Kennebec River, with some great natural scenery mixed with some urban vistas, kicking off another great year of cycling; possible stop at Slates Bakery in Hallowell, too!
LEADER: Jim Floyd.
For more information on the Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club contact Jim Merrick, email@example.com or check out our Facebook page.