Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Roll Out the Barrel

We had a fine ride last Saturday, organized at the last minute by David Lipman after the forecast of rain caused a rescheduling of Sunday's ride. A small group of fast riders, chased by your Keeper of Ride Maps, rode from Richmond to Wiscasset, where we had a nice stop at Treats. Many thanks to David and to all who turned out on short notice. Now, back to our regularly scheduled program... We will give it another go in Oakland this Sunday. The weather forecast is optimistic and we are ready to go. Hope to see you Sunday!

Sunday, September 10 - OAKLAND
"Barreling through Oakland" - a tour around Oakland, Norridgewock, New Sharon, and Smithfield.
START: 9:00 am at Tree Spirits, 152 Fairfield Street (Rt. 23) in Oakland. Use both sides of the driveway for parking. Additional parking may be found at the Oakland Post Office nearby on Water Street.
DISTANCE: about 40 miles.
TERRAIN: moderate with some hills.
HIGHLIGHTS: fine back roads with lakeside views - a visit at the Tree Spirits winery at ride's end.
LEADER: Tammy Jones, tjjones@colby.edu.

For more information on the Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club, contact Jim at 293-3784, hjmerrick@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or check out our blog at http://postedroads.blogspot.com.

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