Friday, March 11, 2011

Lodge Group Bike Ride Schedule - March 12 & 13 - Day Light Saving Time Change Sunday - Turn Your Clocks Ahead

Good Luck to the Lodge Group Bike Riders running the River Run on Saturday. Run Fast!!

Sunday Day Light Saving Times starts. Turn your clocks ahead 1 hour - 7:00 AM becomes 8:00 AM. We will be riding one hour earlier.

With Day Light Saving Time started that means the Tuesday/Thursday Evening Hammer Fest will be begin. Starting place at the County Line at Duval Dr. & Ponte Vedra Blvd. Standard starting time is 6:30 PM, But check the blog to see if the ride time might start a little earlier.

Looks like we are back to cooler temperatures this weekend for road bike riding. Just as we were getting use to the warmer temperatures the past couple of weekends.

Ride time temperatures forecasted at the 8:00 AM ride start time will be in the high 40"s, low MPH West wind and Sunny for both Saturday and Sunday.

Jacksonville Beach temperature forecast (observed at Mayport Naval Air Field)

Please Remember with the large Saturday morning bike ride group it is a warm up ride speed around 20 MPH "Neutral Zone" to the Palm Valley bridge.

Saturday – 8:00 AM @ the Lodge – 35 to 40 miles
Group AA = 25+ MPH
Group A = 19 – 25 MPH
Remember it is a warm up ride to the Palm Valley Bridge.
See link for the Map on the right.
Group AA will make Right at Crosswater Parkway.
Group A will make a Left at Crosswater Parkway

Sunday – 8:00 AM@ the Lodge – 40-60 miles
Group Ride Ride Pace = 19 – 22 MPH.
Remember this is a GROUP ride.
We will regroup when necessary for those loosing contact with the group.
Let’s try to keep everyone together back to the Palm Valley Bridge

With the cooler temperatures forecasted for Sunday, there still maybe a few riders still mountain biking on Sunday to ride the trails one more time before jumping back on the road bike.
SORBA JAX is having trail maintenance day on Sunday.

Sunday = 9:00 AM @ the Front Parking Lot at Hanna Park.
Lodge Group Mountain Bike Ride.
We regroup at the trailhead/forks in the trail.

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