Nov
22
Fri
Friday Morning Bike Ride @ Jerona Cafe on Mingus Avenue
Nov 22 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Friday Weekly Conversational Ride

Starts at Jerona Cafe on Mingus Avenue across from the Cottonwood Post Office. Easy going for all skill levels and age groups. Approximately 15 miles, several stops, some hills, average time 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Most folks enjoy a friendly drink and snack at the Jerona Cafe after the ride. We hope you’ll join us! Start times change seasonally. This ride has been a regular weekly event since July 2003!

Nov
25
Mon
Roy’s Verde Ride @ Cottonwood Sizzler parking lot east side
Nov 25 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Meet at Cottonwood Sizzler parking lot east side for a easy going road ride. 10-15 miles. Followed by brunch at a local café.

Nov
26
Tue
East Valley AZ Tempe Road Cycling|Tuesday Morning Breather @ Panera Bread
Nov 26 @ 6:30 am

Panera Bread is on the South end of the Pueblo-Anozira center on the Southeast corner of McClintock & Guadalupe next to Pei-Wei.

15-17mph average

Helmets Required

Cliff[masked]

Reminder: Don’t RSVP for a ride you’re not attending. It creates extra emails to delete. This is true for all meetups, ours or others.

A “no child left behind” ride.

Nov
27
Wed
Verde Ride starts at Cottonwood Sizzler @ Cottonwood Sizzler
Nov 27 @ 7:00 am – 10:00 am

Meet at McD’s after the ride…

San Tan Bikes “Night Shredders” @ San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Nov 27 @ 6:00 pm

Meet under the street light by 6:50

Welcome to the San Tan Bikes sponsored “Night Shredders” ! If you’re looking for an adventure where your trail riding abilities will be challenged, then look no further than the Night Shredders. When you’re on a bike on the trail at night, every bump, dip and shadow gives an extra pop of adrenaline. Darkness heightens your senses, sharpens your skills and makes you feel more alive. And isn’t that why you bike in the first place? Our policy, “No Rider Left Behind,” means we ride together in a group for safety reasons. It is mandatory to wear a helmet and please bring plenty of water, an extra tube and tools to change a flat tire, and 2 sources of light; LED rechargeable lights with at least 650 lumen. Why? The desert gets very dark at night. Riders under 18-years of age must complete a Parental Consent form. Hope to see you on the trail soon. Meet at the Flag Pole.

Nov
29
Fri
Friday Morning Bike Ride @ Jerona Cafe on Mingus Avenue
Nov 29 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Friday Weekly Conversational Ride

Starts at Jerona Cafe on Mingus Avenue across from the Cottonwood Post Office. Easy going for all skill levels and age groups. Approximately 15 miles, several stops, some hills, average time 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Most folks enjoy a friendly drink and snack at the Jerona Cafe after the ride. We hope you’ll join us! Start times change seasonally. This ride has been a regular weekly event since July 2003!

Dec
2
Mon
Roy’s Verde Ride @ Cottonwood Sizzler parking lot east side
Dec 2 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Meet at Cottonwood Sizzler parking lot east side for a easy going road ride. 10-15 miles. Followed by brunch at a local café.

Dec
3
Tue
East Valley AZ Tempe Road Cycling|Tuesday Morning Breather @ Panera Bread
Dec 3 @ 6:30 am

Panera Bread is on the South end of the Pueblo-Anozira center on the Southeast corner of McClintock & Guadalupe next to Pei-Wei.

15-17mph average

Helmets Required

Cliff[masked]

Reminder: Don’t RSVP for a ride you’re not attending. It creates extra emails to delete. This is true for all meetups, ours or others.

A “no child left behind” ride.

Dec
4
Wed
Verde Ride starts at Cottonwood Sizzler @ Cottonwood Sizzler
Dec 4 @ 7:00 am – 10:00 am

Meet at McD’s after the ride…

San Tan Bikes “Night Shredders” @ San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Dec 4 @ 6:00 pm

Meet under the street light by 6:50

Welcome to the San Tan Bikes sponsored “Night Shredders” ! If you’re looking for an adventure where your trail riding abilities will be challenged, then look no further than the Night Shredders. When you’re on a bike on the trail at night, every bump, dip and shadow gives an extra pop of adrenaline. Darkness heightens your senses, sharpens your skills and makes you feel more alive. And isn’t that why you bike in the first place? Our policy, “No Rider Left Behind,” means we ride together in a group for safety reasons. It is mandatory to wear a helmet and please bring plenty of water, an extra tube and tools to change a flat tire, and 2 sources of light; LED rechargeable lights with at least 650 lumen. Why? The desert gets very dark at night. Riders under 18-years of age must complete a Parental Consent form. Hope to see you on the trail soon. Meet at the Flag Pole.