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By Neil_in_Oz - Posted on 23 October 2013

When: 
Saturday, 14 December, 2013 - 06:20

The meeting times are 'ready to ride'. If you need time to prepare equipment then please arrive a few minutes earlier.

Duration: 
2 hours
Come Rain or Shine: 
I'll be there, no matter what the weather.
Meeting Point: 

Hornsby Bus Shelter

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Details:

Le Rêve

Saturday mornings 6:20am (please check the calendar for seasonal time adjustments)

This ride is intended to be the stepping stone to El Presidente, for graduates of Guns & Roses who have attained the necessary pace and bunch skills to move up but are not quite ready to take on the full El Presidente pace.

Members are encouraged to wear full club kit and represent the club in a safe and positive manner.
Although NSCC membership is preferable and ultimately the desired end result, it is not an essential requirement for riders starting out with us.

Meet at the Hornsby Pool Bus Shelter for the 6.20am departure. Ride will follow the same route as Guns & Roses and head back to Turramurra, meeting the El Presidente and Guns & Roses bunches for coffee at Pierres about 8.30am.

Pace; Quick 27-30kph ave (Approx 50km)

NSCC disclaimer - PLEASE READ http://northernsydneycyclingclub.org.au/node/19264

How to ride in a bunch: http://northernsydneycyclingclub.org.au/node/30943

Who's in?
Neil_in_Oz, SpeedyG, Harro, JANLIN, Blackman, johnnymoro, justindewhurst, Leethal (8 riders)
Neil_in_Oz SpeedyG Harro JANLIN Blackman johnnymoro justindewhurst Leethal
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Neil_in_Oz's picture

Hi Guys,
Time to revisit a topic I first raised almost two years ago: http://northernsydneycyclingclub.org.au/node/33887

I was recently reminded by one of the group that while I and the other ride leaders have some (but not all) of the groups phone numbers, I definitely don't have anyone's 'next of kin' details to hand.

I wear a Road ID (currently on discount again https://www.roadid.com/c/RoadID ) so that if anything unfortunate happens
, anyone on the ride or the emergency services just need to look at my wrist for details of who to contact etc.

I strongly suggest you invest in a Road ID (or similar) but if not, please PM me with your own contact number and your preferred 'next of kin' details so that I and the other ride leaders have something to refer to should something go amiss.

Thanks
Neil

Neil_in_Oz's picture

Great to have new riders along but others need to pay a bit more attention in the bunch to avoid a repeat of today's near misses & riders being left isolated. We're better than that guys.....

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