Hello again, no not the line from Lionel Ritchie’s hit single, although it wasn’t bad, I mean hello again from the President’s Desk. AKA the computer desk in my room.
In case you had your head in the sand, CCORC just had a wonderful After Christmas-Christmas Party. It was a lot of fun. Always a good time to see so many cycling faces in a nice social setting. There was pleanty to drink thanks to Tioga-Sequoia and we did have some food. And wine, and more wine, and other things to drink, but there was enough food to keep things going. Thanks to the Licorice Pimpz for bringing the funk, and also DJ Speedo for bringing the tunes. And NOT bringing his speedo! Although we hear it’s fabulous. Thank you all for helping CCORC celebrate the friendships that are built on the trails. We were all happy to see you.
Now that the weather is, or was, getting cold there are a few upcoming rides that you should join. Rob is leading the Moonshine Ride on February 17th. It’s sure to be a fun, take a sip, keep walking or I’ll cut ya’ kind of ride. If you don’t get the last part then you obviously missed the last meeting. It was funny though, trust me.
Next is the, I don’t want to be like Bart and have everyone say I don’t have a bike ride at Hensley Lake. I will be the first to admit that I need to get back on the trail so I am leading this Hensley ride. I will be leading a slow pace, due to the fact that I only have a slow pace, and I’m sure others will break off in another group that wants to pick up the speed. All are welcome so come out and enjoy the Buck Ridge trail. Meet at the trail head at 9:30.
Also you can check your local calendar for various cycling events in the near future. I know the Foothill Classic and Big Sandy are coming up. As well as Keysville where you’re sure to see G-Lock in action. Not that kind of action JM, but maybe? It is a long weekend.
Anyway, enjoy this winter spring weather we are having, nice oxymoron there, and hit the trails while you can. I know I need to. Remember CCORC.org and the CCORC facebook page are the places to go to find rides, info, and cool President articles. At least I think so.
Join CCORC and become part of the group that helps maintain local riding trails and puts on great parties. We even have a guy who makes his own booze! Oh Snap!