Mid-Week Riders/Mid-Week Rides
Welcome. This is a place for Mid-Week Riders to share pictures and lies, uh, stories about the Mid-Week Rides we take. Please send any pictures or stories you’d like to share to <email@example.com>.
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Next scheduled ride
Not all rides are scheduled in advance. Those that are will be posted in this spot.
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Recent pictures and trip reports
Five, then four, and finally three riders took on Mines road, Mt Hamilton, Quimby, Sierra, and Calaveras roads.
Pictures from Chris, Dick, and Paul. Words from Chris. Six riders headed toward San Juan Bautista then Fremont Peak to see what can be seen from the misty peak.
A short ride on short notice.
What else would you call the riders who rode on Valentine’s Day?
Six riders took advantage of a break in winter to have lunch in Davenport. No Hot. No cold. No wind. No rain. Nice riding weather.
No freezing temperatures (it was quite warm). No rain (it was all in the south bay). Four riders took a short mid-week ride with stops on Mt Tam, Bolinas, Pt Reyes Station, and the Marshall-Petaluma road. Three others joined the riders for breakfast.
Six riders gathered for a nice fall ride in wine country. Major WWWobble provides the Who, What, When, Where, and Why.
A ride southbound with new and old riders on new and old bikes. WWWobble provides words and pictures, Chris some more pictures.
It’s been a long time since the last mid-week ride. Seven riders (plus one more for breakfast) rode the back roads of the North bay, hitting the old favorite roads and places. Click on the image for lots more pictures plus a report from Chris.