Walkway Over The Hudson Sept 2019 with Logo

Ride Schedule

  • Thursday, October 29, 2020
    • 7:45A
      C
      20
      Dawn Patrol - Rider's Choice
      Steve Crowell

      20mi +/- Dawn Patrol - No route set yet so register and add your voice! We can go toward Jersey or up to Rockland Lake area or maybe even do some buzzard loops aroud Pearl River & environs...

      Back by about 09:00am
      No-Drop
      Bring a mask, spare & good cheer!
      Rain at the start cancels ride

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  • Saturday, October 31, 2020
    • 9A
      C
      31
      Spooky Halloween Ride & Lunch - (Costumes encouraged)
      Steve Crowell

      Get ready to have a good time on our Halloween themed, 31mi ride to the epicenter of Halloween - Sleepy Hollow, NY! Don't worry about being dropped - this will be a 'no-drop' ride.

      We'll start at Memorial Park and head over the MCB toward the North County Trail and go north to New Castle, Ossninig & through Sleepy Hollow before we return to Nyack.

      After the ride, we'll gather at The Brickhouse for lunch/drinks/etc. about 12pm. Spouses, family & friends welcome!

      Becasue it's Halloween, the best costumed rider who completes the ride will get a free lunch! (No pro-cyclist costunes elligible = ; 0 )

      Please bring a mask for MCB and tight-quarters, a well-tuned bike, spares JIC and good cheeer. Wet roads and/or rain 30mins before the start cancels the ride BUT the lunch will not get rained out! If you plan on coming to lunch, please let us know during sign-up so we can plan for seating.

  • Sunday, November 1, 2020
    • 8:30A
      B
      42
      Black Dirt Region Country Ride
      Ed Molina

      What's not to love about quiet country roads through the beautiful black dirt region of Orange County? We start at the Shoprite parking lot in Warwick and are quickly onto quiet roads through lovely farmland. There are many sections of rolling hills giving us the opportunity to maintain a fun, fast pace as we traverse areas with soil so black and rich that it'll stir your inner farmer.

      The modest distance and quick pace will give us plenty of time at the end of the ride to enjoy the Biergarten at Pennings Orchard (across from the Shoprite), where they offer tasty treats and an ample selection of delicious beverages.

      Covid alert: Please bring a face covering for times when social distancing is minimized, and note that this is required at the Biergarten when not seated.

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      Pace: 16 mph average
      Terrain: Hilly (71 ft/mile elevation gain)
      Regrouping: as needed to keep the group together
      Rest stops: there is no planned stop, but we will endulge at the end

    • 8:30A
      C
      36
      Black Dirt Region Country Ride (friendlier option)
      Dave Zornow

      What's not to love about quiet country roads through the beautiful black dirt region of Orange County? We start at the Shoprite parking lot in Warwick and are quickly onto quiet roads through lovely farmland. There are many sections of rolling hills giving us the opportunity to maintain a fun, fast pace as we traverse areas with soil so black and rich that it'll stir your inner farmer.

      At the end of the ride we can visit the Biergarten at Pennings Orchard (across from the Shoprite), where they offer tasty treats and an ample selection of delicious beverages.

      Covid alert: Please bring a face covering for times when social distancing is minimized, and note that this is required at the Biergarten when not seated.

      Note: This shorter C ride shares a start and end point with the longer, faster B ride which leaves at the same time .

      Pace: 13 mph average
      Terrain: Hilly (76 ft/mile elevation gain)
      Regrouping: as needed to keep the group together
      Rest stops: there is no planned stop, but we will indujge at the end

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  • Thursday, November 26, 2020
    • 9A
      All
      20
      RBC Turkey Roll - Come and ride before you eat!!
      Steve Crowell

      Get ready for Thanksgiving dinner and come to burn some calories and share good cheer! We promise ther will be no 'Annoying Uncles'...

      This All Category Ride has no definate route yet (open to suggestions) but will be about 20 easy miles. Depending on the weather, we might stop for some hot drinks (or perhaps bring our own for pre/post ride bonding?).

      Our goal will be to get back by 11am so those cooking or visiting Grandma can do so easily and without the "I'm going to feel so fat" guilt after dinner = ; )

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