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Dream Ride Experiences

 

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The Dream Ride Experiences are going virtual for the remainder of 2020.

In the waning days of summer, join us for two exciting Dream Ride Experiences in preparation for the grand Dream Ride Challenge in October. We want YOU to join in the fun. Come by yourself, or join as a team, inviting friends, family, or colleagues along for the ride.


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In the waning days of summer, join us for two exciting Dream Ride Experiences in preparation for the grand Dream Ride Challenge in October. We want YOU to join in the fun. Come by yourself, or join as a team, inviting friends, family, or colleagues along for the ride. 

California Dream Ride Experience - August Edition:
THE ULTIMATE BICYCLE SCAVENGER HUNT

Thursday, August 13th through Wednesday, August 19th, 2020

“Life is more manageable when thought of as a scavenger hunt
as opposed to a surprise party”

– Jimmy Buffet

Celebrate summer while discovering visual treasures in your own neck of the woods. 

Escape and rejuvenate on this bicycle treasure hunt. Join friends, family and fellow bicyclists while you see how many of our scavenger hunt items you can find and photograph. 

Plan a fun route for your ride, and see if you can spot a child on a bike, something rainbow colored, an example of terrible bike infrastructure, and dozens of other items. Post photos and videos to our pages. Meet online. Make new friends. Have fun. 

Aim to do your ride sometime between sunrise on August 13th to sunset on August 19th. You’ll have seven days to ride and search for as many items as possible from our list. We will then meet on Zoom on August 20th to chat about our discoveries and rides.  

Register for the Scavenger Hunt ride here. Share your found objects, persons, and happenings via our free Strava CalBike Club page, Facebook or Instagram. Or you can just email them to us, and we'll share. We'll have a fun show and tell via during our Zoom happy hour on the 20th, where you'll connect with new friends around the fun of bicycling. 



California Dream Ride Experience - September Edition:

IT'S ALL ABOUT PIE! 

Thursday, September 3rd through Wednesday, September 9th, 2020


“Cut my pie into four pieces, I don’t think I could eat eight.”

Yogi Berra

 

Celebrate Labor Day and honor workers—especially the essential workers who are keeping things going during this difficult time. The ride is round, the reward is round, the pie is round. Simply go for a loop ride (round like pie!) and reward yourself at the end with a slice (or four!) of pie. Any pie counts—peach! pizza! gluten free! Pies make the world go ‘round! Just like essential workers.  

Aim to do a pie ride over the Labor Day holiday, sometime between sunrise on September 3rd to sunset on September 9th. We will meet on Zoom on September 10th and share pie stories. 

Register for the “Pie Ride” here. Before the Zoom happy hour, share your pie photos and short videos via our free Strava CalBike Club page, Facebook or Instagram, or simply email them to us. 

 The rules are few but important. 

  • Please adhere to state and local public health orders regarding group activities, physical distancing guidelines, and the use of face coverings. 

  • Respect everyone and all points of view. 

  • Ride safely, following the best cycling conduct and respecting the rules of the road. 

How and where to ride is entirely your design. Remember, the goal is to ride a route of your choice on your bike-centric scavenger hunt and your search for pie! Ride an e-bike, a recumbent, a gravel bike, a road bike, your downhill rig, or even your indoor trainer. It’s all good!

 

We hope that you can join us and that you’ll continue to support the California Bicycle Coalition's work to build healthy, equitable, joyful communities through bicycling. 

 

Your RSVP is greatly appreciated.

Have questions?

Contact Debbie Brubaker at debbie@calbike.org

-OR-

Jon Riddle at jonriddle@aol.com

 

 

 

 

 


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