ride routes 23rd & 24th november

ToMR_TTTas SPR grows & we welcome more and more people from a range of diverse backgrounds with varying degrees of skill and experience on the bike, a significant challenge is to ensure that our rides continue to be safe, fun & inclusive. we also need to ensure that we demonstrate high levels of respect for not only for ourselves and our fellow riders, but also other road users. anyone on an SPR ride (member or otherwise) needs to role model the way we’d like to be referred to by a third party. we have a great bunch of regular ride leaders that make a valuable contribution in this regard, but perhaps have a think about how you personally can make a difference too. if you see something that you feel makes a ride unsafe or possibly reduces the fun aspect of a ride, say something; preferably to the person who may be at fault. you might be surprised to find that they were either unaware of the fact that there was an issue or they just made an honest mistake. just the same, if you see someone do something great, let them know too (genuinely acknowledging the rider who throws the anchor out at the orange light, even though it means the group may disappear into the distance and they’ll miss the final sprint?). your  positive feedback will go a long way!!

weekly rides newsletter – we are trialling a new service where you put your email into the widget to the right and it sends you an email when the ride routes are updated.  give it a try and give us some feedback.  sorry for the spam last week.  it accidentally emailed everyone who has registered on the site.  hopefully it spammed some spammers.

ride leaders – it is in the clubs best interest to develop new riders so that they ride in a safe manner.  put your name down here to ensure the club grows to its potential.

ride routes – so, with no state champs, tour of margs or watertower challenge on, we should be looking at a normal weekend.  just be aware that the great perth bike ride is on this sunday, so some roads may not be accessible.

saturday 23rd movember

ride starts under the narrows (cityside) at 5:30am

early lap – earlybird 40.93km spr special

all rides start at coode st carpark at 7:00am

development group – novice shelley 36.06km spr saturday

transitional – trans rebold 38.69km spr saturday

fast & main groups – alexander drive 50.46km spr saturday

sunday 24th movember

ride starts under the narrows (cityside) at 5:30am

early lap – earlybird 40.93km spr special

all rides start at coode st carpark at 7:00am

short – wlsh weir 62.23km spr sunday

long – wlsh weir kal 101.71km spr sunday

7 thoughts on “ride routes 23rd & 24th november”

  1. M2 ride with Carlos and Megan today was an absolute pleasure. Everybody was clear what was expected of them, pace was moderated to be just right with an acceptable average of 30.5 and the two leaders were real active looking after their charges. Well done guys!

  2. Found near the car bays on Douglas Av after Sat’s ride a pair of cycling gloves, black palm, pink top with the logo TIOGA. I imagine the owner put them on the roof of his/her car and drove off.
    And the M2 ride was damn good!

  3. Transitional ride on Saturday was very enjoyable. James was a great leader, constantly moving around the group and keeping up the communication. Pace was fine and we even made it up a few hills. We regrouped as we needed and he kept us going when we had a good tail wind.

    Well done to James for leading the Trannies!!

    1. I couldn’t agree more about the Trannies ride. It was the best Trannies ride in some time, James was a great ride leader and kept the pace, waited for people after hills and kept an eye on all. I hope he’s keen for a few more Trannies rides whilst he is recovering.

      Cheers James!

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