ride routes 30th nov and 1st dec

1479263_10202518109973065_1226481537_none of the things from the blog last week was how important our club’s ride leaders are; these are the people who volunteer to take responsibility for the group they are leading. their role is to ensure that the ride is safe, fun and inclusive. they do this by managing the pace of the group, managing regroup points as well as ensuring everyone knows what’s expected before heading out on the ride. we respect that everyone comes to ride with us for different reasons, so with a few simple guidelines and active support out on the road, everyone should have a great time. demonstrating how important our ride leaders are is captured in the weekly blog’s feedback comment from ivan (aka pricklymoses) regarding last week’s main 2 ride leaders, carlos and meg: “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!” as i mentioned last week, a bit of positive feedback will go a long way – how will you deliver yours? 

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.

spr christmas breakfast/awards – this year the christmas breakfast will be on the 14th dec at Dome.  we have a few awards that we want to give out to the club and need your help in deciding who gets these.  please help by filling in the survey on the previous post.

criterium series – as shown in the previous post, rccc & spr are putting on a 4 race criterium series in december and january.  as well as riders, we will need some volunteers to ensure that quality racing can continue to be run in perth.  there will be a blog post up soon calling for volunteers and letting people know what jobs we need filling.

ride routes – it may be a little damp on saturday morning, so make sure that you ride to conditions and keep a focus on your safety and that of the others in the group.

saturday 30th 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 mosman 40.39km spr saturday

fast & main groups – shelley & mosman 50.14km spr saturday

sunday 1st december

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 – kal goose 67.63km spr sunday

long – kal obs goose 97.40km spr sunday

2 thoughts on “ride routes 30th nov and 1st dec”

  1. There’s a lot been on the website regarding the importance of group ride leaders.

    Today’s M2 run had Bruce Campbell as ride leader, who was absolutely excellent. He kept the group together, offered advice to riders throughout the run and made it a really enjoyable ride – despite several climbs and a feisty westerly wind.
    Thanks Bruce.

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