Search This Blog

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

September 24 Ride Report

We only rode about 15 miles into the southwest area of Columbus. Our only stop was at a cemetery, which was closed and very quiet. 98% full moon and in the 70's.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Greetings from San Jose, California. Roaming gnome?!


Beer sampler. What to drink?

This is not a bus stop!

Why is the room spinning? Where am I? San Jose?

Lancaster, OH Ride Report




Bill, Cher and I rode from Canal Winchester to Lancaster. Temps in the 70's to start, ended in 80's. 46 miles with rollers and a climb or two. We stopped at the Four Reasons Bakery and Deli for lunch. Pics are from restaurant and mural of Sherman across the street from restaurant with Bill, me and the gnome.

Columbus Fall Challenge

Columbus Fall Challenge
September 29-30, 2007

http://www.outdoor-pursuits.org/biking/cfc.htm

There will be no more updates to this article. Most unknowns about Columbus Fall Challenge are resolved.

CFC was at one point canceled and got resurrected on September 1st. As such there will be no patches or T-shirts this year.

CFC will start at Berne Union Schools in Sugar Grove and end at the Betsy Mills in Marietta. Breakfast will be served at the Marietta Middle School. Located on Seventh St. by the YMCA.

The routes are finalized. Expect a hillier route than the past several years. For a detail of the ride see ride detail. The Saturday route should be around 112 miles, the Sunday route around 103 miles. The course profile is by Delorme Topo which overstates the actual climbing so reduce the numbers by say 10%.

Registering Late

Try to get your applications in such that they arrive no later than Thursday September 27th. If you have doubts about your application arriving by Thursday then:

1) E-mail your application to office(at)outdoor-pursuits.org by Wednesday night. Bring the original signed application and your check to the start. You will still pay just $55.

2) Thursday the 27th and Friday the 28th E-mail your application to fbseebode(at)@cs.com. Bring the original signed application and a $65.00 check to the start.

3) Day of ride registration for the first 25 people requesting an application. Cost is $65.

Frank Seebode, Tour Director, fbseebode(at)cs.com 740-369-1405

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Living Lands and Waters

http://www.livinglandsandwaters.org/

This is an organization that was created to clean up the Mississipi River but has expanded across most major waterways in the US.