Bear Mountain with logo2 (2012-07-01)

Ride Schedule

  • Saturday, October 3, 2020
    • 7:30A
      All
      65
      The 2020 Ride ‘Round Rockland on Oct 3 - 65 Mile Ride
      Steve Crowell

      The 2020 Ride 'Round Rockland on Oct 3 (65 mile)

      Ready to wrap up this crazy year with a longer ride up and down the hills of Rockland County? The Rockland Bicycling Club invites you to join the 2020 Ride Round Rockland – in a safely distanced, COVID conscious way -- on Sat Oct 3, 2020.

      The 65 mile route will start and end at Rockland Lake State Park. The $25 non-member cost includes a one year membership in the RBC (the ride is free to all current members). THERE WILL BE NO ONSITE REGISTRATION, so please visit Sign In to sign up prior to Wed Sept 30. The 2020 Ride Round Rockland (RRR) will be limited to the first 75 registrants.

      • Although there will be a leader assigned to each group, the RRR is a "show and go" event; you can ride with the group or ride on your own.
      • The recommended start times for the 65 miles group is: 7:30a.
      • This ride includes a total of 3553 ft. of climbing.
      • There will be a rest area at the 35 mile mark at the Orchards of Concklin in Pomona where drinks and cyclist's snacks will be available.
      • There's an $8 charge for parking at Rockland Lake if you arrive after 8:00a.

      To be good to the environment, we are encouraging everyone to use digital navigation. There will be no printed cue sheet provided at the start point. Once you have signed up for the ride, you will be able to download a gpx file to use with Garmin, Wahoo, Ride with GPS, etc. If you don't have a digital device that can display turn by turn directions, we recommend "buddying up" with someone who has a bike computer or smartphone that supports that feature.

      COVID-19 Precautions

      Remember to bring a facemask and wear it when you are in places where you can't maintain social distancing. Please ride in groups of 10 persons or less. No drafting during a pandemic! Do not participate if you are not feeling well, have had any symptoms of COVID or have tested positive for COVID in the past 14 days, or have had close contact with someone who has had any symptoms or tested positive for the coronavirus.

      What do I need to bring?

      • Helmet
      • Photo ID
      • Extra tube, tools, and pump
      • Water bottle or hydration pack
      • Face covering for use when you are in places where you can't maintain social distancing

      SAG support will be provided for this ride.

      Are the roads closed to traffic?

      The roads are open to traffic. Cyclists must obey all traffic laws while on this ride. We recommend participants buddy-up for this self-paced ride. Please ride single file, as several of the communities through which we will be riding have laws that ban riding two abreast. It is essential that each rider checks and decides when it is safe to turn at intersections.

      Weather or not...

      The Ride Round Rockland is a "rain or shine" event. In the event of extreme weather, we will keep you updated on the status of the ride on our website.

      RCG_Tourism_RGB_Stacked-01 Thanks to the Rockland County Dept of Economic Development and Tourism for their support of the 2020 Ride Round Rockland.

      Questions? Please Sign In.

    • 8A
      All
      40
      The 2020 Ride ‘Round Rockland on Oct 3 - 40 Mile Ride
      Ernie DiGiacomo

      The 2020 Ride 'Round Rockland on Oct 3 (40 mile)

      Ready to wrap up this crazy year with a longer ride up and down the hills of Rockland County? The Rockland Bicycling Club invites you to join the 2020 Ride Round Rockland – in a safely distanced, COVID conscious way -- on Sat Oct 3, 2020.

      The 40 mile route will start and end at Rockland Lake State Park. The $25 non-member cost includes a one year membership in the RBC (the ride is free to all current members). THERE WILL BE NO ONSITE REGISTRATION, so please visit Sign In to sign up prior to Wed Sept 30. The 2020 Ride Round Rockland (RRR) will be limited to the first 75 registrants.

      • Although there will be a leader assigned to each group, the RRR is a "show and go" event; you can ride with the group or ride on your own.
      • The recommended start time for the 40 mile group is: 8:00a.
      • This route includes 2000 ft. of climbing.
      • There will be a rest area at 23 miles at the Orchards of Concklin in Pomona where drinks and cyclist's snacks will be available.
      • There's an $8 charge for parking at Rockland Lake if you arrive after 8:00a.

      To be good to the environment, we are encouraging everyone to use digital navigation. There will be no printed cue sheet provided at the start point. Once you have signed up for the ride, you will be able to download a gpx file to use with Garmin, Wahoo, Ride with GPS, etc. If you don't have a digital device that can display turn by turn directions, we recommend "buddying up" with someone who has a bike computer or smartphone that supports that feature.

      COVID-19 Precautions

      Remember to bring a facemask and wear it when you are in places where you can't maintain social distancing. Please ride in groups of 10 persons or less. No drafting during a pandemic! Do not participate if you are not feeling well, have had any symptoms of COVID or have tested positive for COVID in the past 14 days, or have had close contact with someone who has had any symptoms or tested positive for the coronavirus.

      What do I need to bring?

      • Helmet
      • Photo ID
      • Extra tube, tools, and pump
      • Water bottle or hydration pack
      • Face covering for use when you are in places where you can't maintain social distancing

      SAG support will be provided for this ride.

      Are the roads closed to traffic?

      The roads are open to traffic. Cyclists must obey all traffic laws while on this ride. We recommend participants buddy-up for this self-paced ride. Please ride single file, as several of the communities through which we will be riding have laws that ban riding two abreast. It is essential that each rider checks and decides when it is safe to turn at intersections.

      Weather or not...

      The Ride Round Rockland is a "rain or shine" event. In the event of extreme weather, we will keep you updated on the status of the ride on our website.

      RCG_Tourism_RGB_Stacked-01 Thanks to the Rockland County Dept of Economic Development and Tourism for their support of the 2020 Ride Round Rockland.

      Questions? Please Sign In.

    • 7A
      All
      100
      The 2020 Ride ‘Round Rockland on Oct 3 - 100 Mile Ride
      Stephen Brehl

      The 2020 Ride 'Round Rockland on Oct 3 (100 miles)

      Ready to wrap up this crazy year with a longer ride up and down the hills of Rockland County? The Rockland Bicycling Club invites you to join the 2020 Ride Round Rockland – in a safely distanced, COVID conscious way -- on Sat Oct 3, 2020.

      The 100 mile routes will start and end at Rockland Lake State Park. The $25 non-member cost includes a one year membership in the RBC (the ride is free to all current members). THERE WILL BE NO ONSITE REGISTRATION, so please visit Sign In to sign up prior to Wed Sept 30. The 2020 Ride Round Rockland (RRR) will be limited to the first 75 registrants.

      • Although there will be a leader assigned to each group, the RRR is a "show and go" event; you can ride with the group or ride on your own.
      • The recommended start times for the 100 miles group is: 7:00a.
      • This route includes 7100 ft of elevation.
      • There will be a rest area at 55 miles at the Orchards of Concklin in Pomona where drinks and cyclist's snacks will be available.
      • There's an $8 charge for parking at Rockland Lake if you arrive after 8:00a.

      To be good to the environment, we are encouraging everyone to use digital navigation. There will be no printed cue sheet provided at the start point. Once you have signed up for the ride, you will be able to download a gpx file to use with Garmin, Wahoo, Ride with GPS, etc. If you don't have a digital device that can display turn by turn directions, we recommend "buddying up" with someone who has a bike computer or smartphone that supports that feature.

      COVID-19 Precautions

      Remember to bring a facemask and wear it when you are in places where you can't maintain social distancing. Please ride in groups of 10 persons or less. No drafting during a pandemic! Do not participate if you are not feeling well, have had any symptoms of COVID or have tested positive for COVID in the past 14 days, or have had close contact with someone who has had any symptoms or tested positive for the coronavirus.

      What do I need to bring?

      • Helmet
      • Photo ID
      • Extra tube, tools, and pump
      • Water bottle or hydration pack
      • Face covering for use when you are in places where you can't maintain social distancing

      SAG support will be provided for this ride.

      Are the roads closed to traffic?

      The roads are open to traffic. Cyclists must obey all traffic laws while on this ride. We recommend participants buddy-up for this self-paced ride. Please ride single file, as several of the communities through which we will be riding have laws that ban riding two abreast. It is essential that each rider checks and decides when it is safe to turn at intersections.

      Weather or not...

      The Ride Round Rockland is a "rain or shine" event. In the event of extreme weather, we will keep you updated on the status of the ride on our website.

      RCG_Tourism_RGB_Stacked-01Thanks to the Rockland County Dept of Economic Development and Tourism for their support of the 2020 Ride Round Rockland.

      Questions? Please Sign In.

© Rockland Bicycling Club 2020