|Event Type:||Road Ride|
|Event Location:||MuleShoe Picnic Area (parking with outhouse)|
|Date(s) & Time:||Fri, Aug 18 2017
|Registration Cut Off:
Thu, Aug 17 2017 8:00:00 PM
|Event Duration:||6 hrs|
|Event Distance:||91 km|
|Difficulty Rating:||D3: Advanced and Intermediate|
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Members & Prospective New Members, 18 And Older Only
|Maximum Group Size:||20|
|Maximum No. Guests:||2|
|Minimum Group Size:||2|
|Maximum No. Guests Per Member:||1|
|Number Registered So Far:||
17 registered, 0 waiting. (To see who's signed up, log in to the Member Area)
| The meeting spot
is the MuleShoe Picnic Area (and parking), it is
km. west of the start of the Bow Valley
Parkway (log arch). We intend
to ride from
there to the Bakery at Lake Louise Village.
Lunch can be purchased at Laggan's Bakery or
Coffee Shop in the strip mall or you may bring
a lunch with you. Water is available outside
the Wilson Mountain Sports (bike shop). There
are several outdoor picnic tables and a grassy
area to sit. There are two good Rest Stops:
Castle Junction and Baker Creek Chalets.
Ride single file. Great scenery on smooth roads
with light, generally courteous traffic.|
As this is an out and back there will be no sweep. Ride at your
own pace. Let's make this a tailgate! Bring a cold beverage
and a snack to have in the parking lot while we wait to insure
all participants have returned.
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|Required Items to Bring:|
Road bike with good tires.
|Recommended Items to Bring:|
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|How to Get There:|
|Event Directions:||5.0 km. west from start of Bow Valley
Parkway (Hwy 1A) on left hand side. Start the
distance at the log arch.|
Adventure Rides are convened road rides of
between 60 and 120 km or more, usually run two
to a Saturday, one with an Intermediate rating
and the other with an Advanced rating, one to
the North of Calgary and the other to the
South, with participants riding at their own
pace in groups, usually with regroup points and
no sweep, all in a manner set out by the
- Most club rides include city streets, secondary roads and or major highways. The club encourages members to follow the rules of the road at all times while participating in EVCC events.
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