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Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club
If you have Labor Day off, then come join PMBC for our 2nd annual tribute to Cesar Chavez in recognition of Labor Day on the Paseo de Cesar Chavez route with 34.5 and 25.5 mile options. The ride will start at 7:00 a.m. from Kiwanis Park on Monday, September 1st. See the Ride Schedule for more information.
August 16: August 16 Saturday Cycling Report added to The Hub.
August 16: Updated Ride Schedule.
August 16: Updated EMail Directory.
August 14: Updated Saturday Cycling's Research to Oak route map.
August 10: August 2, 9 Saturday Cycling Report added to The Hub.
August 10: Updated Ride Schedule.
August 10: Updated EMail Directory.
August 2: Updated Ride Schedule.
July 27: July 26 Saturday Cycling Report added to The Hub.
July 27: July 19 Saturday Cycling Report added to The Hub.
July 27: Updated Ride Schedule.
Events This Week
August 28 (Thur) BRAG-AZ No-Drop Dinner Ride - Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club
August 30 (Sat) Saturday Cycling: Research to Oak - Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club
August 30 (Sat) Sun Lakes Breakfast Ride - Sun Lakes Bicycle Club
August 31 (Sun) Spin Cycle: Tour de Gateway Airport - Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club
September 1 (Sun) Labor Day Ride: Paseo de Cesar Chavez - Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club
Upcoming Rides of Interest
Pedal the Petrified - September 20, 2014
Northland Pioneer College invites members to their 2nd Pedal the Petrified leisure bike tour through the Petrified National Forest Park in Holbrook, AZ. Two ride options available: 60-mile round trip of the Petrified National Park and a 36-mile one-way trip to "Rainbow Forest" with transportation back to the starting point. The ride is a fund raiser to help raise funds for NPC student scholarships. Ride is limited to 200 bicyclists. Early bird registration ends June 1, 2014. See Pedal the Petrified for more ride and registration information.
Skull Valley Loop Challenge - September 21, 2014
Prescott Alternative Transportation invites you to take their 54-mile Challenge!! Escape the hot, dusty desert. Come ride in the cool pines of Prescott. The Skull Valley Loop Challenge begins in historic downtown Prescott—a mile high! Riders set-off from Cortez Street at the south end of courthouse square and are escorted to the edge of town. There the climb begins up Iron Springs Road through forested hills before coasting into Skull Valley, and on to Kirkland. Return from Kirkland Junction along 89 North through Wilhoit, and back to the cool pines in Prescott. See Skull Valley Loop Challenge for more ride and registration information.