Starts Tally Ho, ends Hillside. Easy ride with 1800 feet of climb. No Breaks.http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php/cue-library/func-startdown/64/
Back in a sunnier, warmer time you may have ridden with us for the Women’s 100. Now we’re inviting you to join us for Braver Than The Elements, Rapha’s annual winter women's ride held this year on January 20, 2018. Braver Than The Elements is not a test of who is fastest and strongest – it’s about bringing women together to enjoy riding through the seasons.
We’re planning a 60-mile, 13-15 mph ride in Baltimore County. There will be an option to cut the route shorter if said elements warrant, or if you just feel like it! Meet us at Baltimore Bicycle Works beforehand for coffee, baked goods, and last-minute supplies. After the ride, we'll warm up with lunch and more coffee at Artifact, our new team sponsor!
8:30 — meet at BBW
9:00 — wheels roll!
2:00 — lunch at Artifact
Phil's most excellent riding adventure starts in the historic Oella across the river from Ellicott City; heads West and turns SW towards Savage Mill. Once at the Mill you can enjoy copious amount of pastries and expresso at Bonapartes or drink craft beverages at the Ramshead Tavern.
Start: SEV; Distance: 48/38 miles; Description: Scenic rolling to hilly rides in the Glen Rock, New Freedom and Shrewsbury area. Lunch at the Amish Market in Shrewsbury (Mile 31).
Corrects for Line Rd changes @ mile 34.6; White Oak goes R (instead of L) back to Hain. (Amish
* Sheet 1 is the original 48 mile route with the corrections for White Oak
* Sheet 2 offers a 38 mile version. Appropriate for cold weather. Does not go to Shrewsbury
TCX file: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/6655325
Parking is available on Ben's Court just north of school
Starting point Google map: 7th District Elementary School
Web Link: http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php/cue-library/Baltimore-County/Under-50-Miles/Streams-Valleys-and-Markets-V.2/
RUN, 47 miles, gentle,scenic rolling rides to Littlestown. low traffic roads. lunch Subway restaurant;
Combined ride with 31 and 37 mile rides to Littlestown; cue sheet will have the 40 mile option
Web Link: http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php/cue-library/Carroll-County/Under-50-Miles/Runnymede-ES-to-Littlestown-PA/
This is the shortest club ride from Runnymede Elementary to Littlestown, PA. Lunch stop is at Subway (mile 17).
Beautiful ride in farm country on low traffic roads. Optional lunch stop at Subway in Littlestown at mile 24.
Because the weather has been so mercurial, please check the ride calendar on Saturday evening, as any changes/cancellations to the ride due to weather will be made late on Saturday night.
(Please note that there are no accessible bathrooms at Runnymede Elementary School.)
Rolling with Hills from Oregon Ridge through Prettyboy Reservoir. Goes up Dover to Mt Zion and Ridge Rd and comes back Yeoho. Snack at mile 26 at Wally's in Rayville. This route takes Ridge to Falls to Gunpowder Rd.
Winter ride so check Calendar/Forum for any weather related changes; a different ride or time may be offered. Come join the fun!Web Link: http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php/cue-library/func-startdown/203/
For Groundhog's Day we ride from Meadowood to Upperco and Emory Church. Starting Tally Ho to Thornton, returning Park Hts to Hillside. Snack break at High's Rt 30 and Emory Rd (Click web link for menu).
We ride "All Of" many roads that we often ride "Part Of". This is a straight forward loop ride, with the usual Baltimore County rollers and small hills with two climbs for about 2300 feet. Bring a snack - no breaks although we swing by Veloccino's. Winter pace ride with moments of enthusiasm countered by regrouping.
Check Calendar/Forum for any weather related changes, a different ride may be offered.
Come join the fun!
We celebrate Abe Lincoln's Birthday with a bike ride!
Geist Knox Who Answers? Only way to find out is to hop on your bike and ride with us!
Baltimore County ride with some mild long climbs at 2200 feet over 31 miles. Start Hillside and return Mays Chapel. Break option at mile 22, but hey we are almost back by then.
Come join the fun!
President's Day ride going by the site of Slade's Tavern at My Lady's Manor where George Washington breakfasted June 6, 1773.
Rolling with hills (2700 ft), no breaks.
Web Link: http://www.baltobikeclub.org/index.php/cue-library/Baltimore-County/Under-50-Miles/Presidents-Day-Ride/
We celebrate George Washington's Birthday. Wait a second, wasn't George born on 11 February 1731? Ah, but the switch to the Georgian Calendar added 11 days to his birth date. Hence the 22nd... ...and anyway that "official" holiday Monday is history.
Rolling ride with some hills over and around Loch Raven Reservoir. Ride starts TallyHo to Seminary to Providence and returns via Knox to Park Heights to Hillside. Snack break at the Filling Station on York Rd at mile 24.
Be sure to check Calendar/Forums for any weather related changes. Image below is current moisture - thanks to NOAA.
Come join the fun!
March 1st and some how we did not get to do a Leap Day Ride this year either due to weather or just bad luck with the calendar (it is 2018 after all). We ride a "semi-retro" yet revised further from the 2007 version of Teacher Bob's Old York Field Trip. Break at High's in Whitehall at mile 20.
Please check Calendar/Forums for changes or cancellations for weather.
DO NOT MISS THE OPPORTUNITY... ...DO NOT MISS THE FUN!