Friday, December 31, 2004

2005 Rides

From Tyler: These are the updates I am making.

Billy goats leave them as they are.

Mountain goats:
Delete   Silver City / Virginia City
Add   Skyline Regional Park

Grizzly bears:
Add   Time Trials (under Special Ride)
Add   Saratoga Maze (under Special Place) description: 3 1/2 mile route from Hwy 9 & 4th to Prospect & Via Roncole
Add   Guy Fawkes Day   (under Special Day   11/5)
Add   Blessing of the Bicycles   (under Special Ride) description: A ride to a Church that is scheduling a day to bless bikes.

All Awards stay the same.

2 comments:

Steve Sloan said...

IMHO - It has to be a Grizzly, to my knowledge there is no requirement that a Grizzly be easy, in fact as I understand it a Grizzly can be listed to a steep grade that is not on the goat list.

For example, if you did a ride up Kennedy, but not Shannon and Canon, but not Peach Hill on Guy Fawkes Day...

~Steve

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On Jan 7, 2005, at 11:11 PM, Bill Bliss wrote:

Steve Sloan wrote:

From Tyler: These are the updates I am making.

Billy goats leave them as they are.

Mountain goats:
Delete Silver City / Virginia City
Add Skyline Regional Park

Grizzly bears:
Add Time Trials (under Special Ride)
Add Saratoga Maze (under Special Place) description: 3 1/2 mile route from Hwy 9 & 4th to Prospect & Via Roncole
Add Guy Fawkes Day (under Special Day 11/5)
Add Blessing of the Bicycles (under Special Ride) description: A ride to a Church that is scheduling a day to bless bikes.

All Awards stay the same.

Trying reply to RSS feed.
It doesn't seem appropriate to put a time trial under the Grizzly Bear list. Grizzly Bears are
supposed to be easy rides, while time trials are by definition to be done as fast as you can.

Bill Bliss
bbliss@sonic.net

Well, reply to RSS didn't work. It said Steve Sloan unknown.

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That is because anonymous posts are not allowed. You have to logon to post. This is done to fight Spam!

~Steve

Franz said...

The changes to the rides have been updated on the ACTC website and in the Stats program. Go to www.actc.org and look under "What's New".

Franz Kelsch
ACTC Webmaster