The ladies had a great cycle. They will be surely to repeat this feat next year.
FREE EVENT ! All club members are welcome to try. You don’t have to be a racer. It is you against your own personal record.
Hoping to make this an annual event! The plan is to have people park at the Halifax Town Hall(499 Plymouth Street Halifax) or the school. From there it is a short ride west to Thompson St. You race down the entire length of Fuller St and turn around and race back. It is you against the clock.
Try to set your PERSONAL RECORD. There will be no drafting. Think of USAC Time Trial rules, but racing side by side and crashes. The fastest person is the 2016 Time Trial Club Champion.
I will be stationed at the start of Thompon Street with the stopwatch. People would start at their designated time. Simply ride to the start and be ready to make a flying start at your start time. See the list below for your starting time. Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call Bill to get your start time.
The race is an out and back course on Thompson St. Much of the course features decent pavement. A good stretch in Middleboro has been repaved.
It is 12 miles R/T.
From the start at Route 106 in Halifax to Togoland it is 6 miles. You would turn around at Togoland and ride back to the Route 106 for complete 12 miles. The name of the street is Thompson Street. We ride the complete length of the street and return.
Halifax Town Hall 499 Plymouth Street Halifax
After the race we would head to Lyonville Tavern for 7 PM dinner and appetizers.
Current Starting List:
|Mike Borden||6:01 PM|
|Liz Malone||6:02 PM|
|Linda Adams||6:03 PM|
|Robert Silvers||6:04 PM|
|Christopher Simo||6:05 PM|
|Nikki Montarro||6:06 PM|
|Keith Naymie||6:07 PM|
|Travis Wenkalmen||6:08 PM|
|Jack Murphy||6:13 PM|
|Lori Watkins||6:09 PM|
|Dave McCutcheon||6:10 PM|
|Vito Visconte||6:11 PM|
|Dan McCabe||6:12 PM|
Let me know of any questions.
We roll from Norwell on next Saturday. Some of us with will ride with the Apostles on their special Fourth of July celebration. It will be a fun next weekend. There will be plenty of barbeques and new decks to see.
People are asking questions about the new jerseys. You can order them via the webstore at https://www.dnacycling.biz/ssb/team-gear.html.
It was hot during the last weekend. We rode with the MS150 crowd for a while on Saturday. They took over our Coastal route. Over 3,000 bikers rolled through Cohasset and Scituate.
We met a lot of the Yaegerdogs. We rolled with them. At Coffee corner we hid in the shade on the side of the building. The sun was collecting on us. Notice one person in the picture was wearing his solar sleeves. He should have been wearing his South Shore Bikers jersey!
Mike Togo and Andy Brand led us a great adventure through the flat countryside south of Middleboro on the Sunday. We actually went into Wareham via Thinonet road. This takes you past the Ocean Spray cranberry processing center. So, we were still in the cranberry country. However, we saw lots of other crops.
I did have to stop at the intersection for a tractor on more than one occasion. The area is not like southern Illinois. There are few hills. It is not like Indiana as the roads are paved. It is own unique farming community. Something that you might not notice in the busy hubbub of Boston or consider as part of Massachusetts.
Anyways, it was a great ride on Sunday. Travis, Mike, Lori, Action Jack, Allison, and I were in the front group practicing pacelining for awhile. We stopped for coffee at some shop in Rochester. It was an enjoyable day.
On Saturday we will have the coastal route from Norwell High School(05-28-16). This ride rolls at 9 AM.
The Martha’s Vineyard Tour will be for 50 miles. It will be on Sunday. We roll promptly when we reach the Oak Bluffs side of the World. You must be at the Woodshole Ferry building with ticket in hand and ready to roll at 9:15AM. They board the boats immediately. They do not wait for anyone.
The next ride is Marshfield on Saturday. We roll at 9 am sharp from Furnace Brook Middle School. Coffee stop is at French Memories.
Weather looks great at 9 am. Showers early in the morning will clear.
We will have the Marshfield ride on Saturday at 9AM. Only heavy rain will cancel. This route is flat. It will be a good ride to stay loose for the ccentury. The ride will start at the Furnace Brook Middle School in Marshfield. This ride features a stop at the coffee shop in Duxbury. We also will climb the Myles Standish Monument(optional). See https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154036424669923&id=625914922&set=gm.244046719261475&source=44&ref=bookmarks
Members will participate in the metric century hosted by CRW on the Sunday. Others can also ride in the CRW version of the Coastal Route on Sunday. This leaves from Rockland at 7:30AM.
The facebook update is at https://www.facebook.com/events/820646651396926/. The ride starts at the Norwell High School. The High School is located on South Street in Norwell. We park in the first parking lot after the library. The driveway continues past the library to the school. Look for other bikers!
Each of our rides is lead by one of our members. You may volunteer to be a ride leader. Please suggest new routes. We alternate with different destinations on Saturdays.
We ride in Norwell on the 1st and 5th Saturday of each Month.
The ride leader will be Linda. A coffee stop will be at approximately Mile 22. This route is considered for beginner to intermediate riders.
Any heavy rain will cancel the ride.
Please RSVP on the Facebook Event so that we can anticipate the headcount.
Be courteous to other riders. Help make this your club. Please be ready to roll on time. This is a club ride. The ride is for members, their guests, and new prospective members.