Weekend Ride Route Summary SATURDAY 8:30am at The Landing All rides meet & depart from "The Landing" parking lot at the South End of Westlake Lake. Please park in the middle lanes away from the homes on the East side of the lot.
Red Ride, Leader: Taylor Hodoose Lil Sycamore, Encinal and Rock Store: Triunfo/Up Westlake/Mulholland/Up Lil Sycamore/Mulholland/PCH/Up Encinal/Mulholland/Rock Store/Lake Vista/Cornell/Agoura/Lindero Route Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/17471470 If you have a mechanical, or are abondoning the ride please text Taylor at 805-390-2200. Time to sign up for 2018 SMMT challenge which is from May 27- August 31. Red ride will complete all 15 road climbs on Sat rides. I already have them plotted out, so if you would like to see the layout email me at email@example.com
Orange Ride, Leader: Bart Ziegler Hidden Valley, Camarillo and Santa Rosa Valley: Triunfo/Westlake/Potrero/Lake Sherwood/HIdden Valley/Lynn/CSU/Lewis/Pleasant Valley/Bridgehampton/Bike Path/Adolpho/Santa Rosa/Moorpark Road/Read Bypass/Olsen/Pederson/Erbes/Hillcrest/Old Conejo/Agoura/Lakeview Route Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13083901
Gold Ride, Leader: Lisa Gutman Dos Vientos Park Out-n-Back through Hidden Valley: Lindero/Westlake/Potrero/Lake Sherwood/Potrero/Hidden Valley/Up Treasure HIll/Rieno/Lynn/Rancho Dos Vientos/Borchard/Las Brisas/Lynn/Wendy/Potrero/Up Treasure Hill/HIdden Valley/Lake Sherwood/Potrero/Westlake/Agoura/Lakeview Route Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/19169421
Purple Ride, Leader: Jonathan Kehr Oak Park and Chesboro HIgh School: Triunfo/Westlake/Agoura/Chesboro/Driver/Argos/TO/Fountainwood/Grey Rock/Thousand Oaks/Lakeview Route Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16233333
SUNDAY 9:00am at The Landing.
Red Ride, Leader: Alfonso Canella Westlake, Mulholland and Encinal: Triunfo/Westlake/Mulholland/PCH/Encinal/Mulholland/Westlake/Agoura/Lindero Route link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27526604
Orange Ride, Leader: Bart Ziegler Simi Loop Counter-Clockwise: Lindero/Agoura/Las Virgines/Mureau/Calabasas/Valley Circle/Chatsworth/Topanga/Old Santa Suzanna Pass/Los Angeles/Tapo Canyon/Royal/Sequoia/Fitzgerald/First Street/Wood Ranch/Country Club/Madera/Pederson/Erbes/Hillcrest/Old Conejo/Agoura/Lakeview Route link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27110518
Social Ride, Leader: Kay Fields Lake Malibu: Lindero/Agoura/Cornell/Lake Malibu/Mulholland/Old Place/Mulholland/Cornell/Kanan/Agoura/Westlake/Triunfo/Lindero Route link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20084988
WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENT Hey CVC, The weather continues to cooperate nicely this weekend with cool, cloudy mornings and a light breeze coming in from the ocean to help push us home.
On Saturday we've got four rides. The Red Ride is heading up Westlake to do an out-n-back on Lil Sycamore, then down to the beach on Mulholland, back up Encinal Canyon and down past the Rock Store. The Orange ride is heading out through HIdden Valley, dropping to down into Camarillo past CSU to the Sports Park, then home back through Santa Rosa Valley. The Gold ride is headed out toward Lake Sherwood and Hidden Valley, as well, before looping around to Dos Vientos Park, then coming back home through HV again. And the Purple Ride will be heading south to Chesboro Canyon before rolling up to Fountainwood and coming home over Lakeview.
On Sunday, we've got three rides. Alfonso will take the Red Ride direct to the beach and back via Westlake, Mulholland and Encinal. And I'll be leading the G.O. ride on a Simi Counter-clockwise loop through Calabasas, Chatsworth, Simi and TO. And the social ride is heading south with Kay to climb Cornell and zip up around Lake Malibu.
We've also got midweek rides Tuesday evening, Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning.
Always be more aware and anticipate dangers when riding with your groups. You are the eyes of everyone behind you and the voice to point out obstacles, vehicles and other hazards - even when you are tucked into the peloton. Keep your spacing generous and focus your efforts on the climbs.
Let me know if I can help with anything bike or ride-related. I usually have extra gear, supplies and my toolkit, pump, etc. And let's ride!
Bart Ziegler Ride Director Conejo Valley Cyclists
REGULAR MID-WEEK CLUB RIDES Please note, we are short of midweek ride leaders now. Please volunteer so the rides can be more consistent and reflect your preferences for route, pace and stops. Drop me an email or contact Sheri for more info.
Tuesday Evening Ride Many of our members join the legendary Tuesday Night Rock Store Race Ride. While not an official CVC ride, you can join fellow members, as well as local ride heroes, young racers and other riders from all over the world attracted to the famous Rock Store challenge. A number of different groups roll out from the Landing between 5 and 5:30pm, with more moderately paced groups rolling at 5 or 5:15. Shorter Route with Mulholland return: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/18374660 Longer Route with Upper Encinal: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/289498
Wednesday Afternoon Ride - Leader: Sheri Leiken Rollout is 3:45pm at The Landing parking lot. Routes change for each week. Please look for the separate announcement. Rides usually gold pace, 15-22 miles.
Thursday Morning Ride - Lance Soloway Rollout is 9:00am SHARP at The Landing parking lot. Simi 3 Canyons (Tapo, Lost and Long) (with shortened option to Wood Ranch Long Canyon) Route link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26869157
Monday July 30th, 7:00pm Club Swap Meet and Meeting at the Westlake Library. Details to come. Stay tuned.
SAFETY REMINDERS If there is a marked bike lane, cyclists may ride shoulder to shoulder. Single file otherwise. There is no three or four abreast at any time while moving.If you are wearing a CVC kit, you represent the club, so please be sure to follow the rules of the road.
When riding with CVC, you agree to: * Wear a helmet and ensure my bike is in good working order. * Ride to the right, pass on the left. * Ride in the bike lane (where available) and signal when moving into another lane. * Ride no more than two abreast in the bike lane, single file on narrow roads, and avoid "Swarming" (bunching up and multiplying the chance of accidents) * Call out and point if I see a traffic hazard * Respect ALL traffic laws and the rights of all autos, bicycles, and pedestrians * Ride predictably and remind other to be safe * Be a bicycling ambassador
PARKING Please remember when parking at The Landing for any weekend morning rides to park and congregate towards the far end of the lot away from the street and use the middle row. Do not park next to the homes.
ADDITIONAL NOTES The Purple ride is considered a no drop. Having said that, please note that if you are falling behind or slower than the average pace, you may be dropped. All rides not asterisked are considered a "drop ride" so please understand the route before you start (and how to get back). If you get to a regrouping spot and no one is there, consider yourself dropped. As always, we will try to stick together and have a fun, safe ride. We will regroup regularly to allow everyone a chance to ride together.
If for any reason you leave a group ride, please pass along the information to the ride leader.
Inclement weather policy: In the interest of safety, whenever it is either actively raining or the ride route has wet roads, it is our club policy to cancel a club ride. Club members may still choose to meet and ride in these conditions; however, the ride will not be considered an official club ride.
Let's ride, Bart Ziegler CVC Ride Director firstname.lastname@example.org