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Sunday Destination / Breakfast Ride - November 8

2 years 2 months ago #22546

We're on for tomorrow! Lucy's is ready for us. Weather should be nice but cool. Dress in layers.

Bring a light cable and lock, if possible.

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2 years 2 months ago #22474

Let’s try again:

Sunday Destination / Breakfast Ride – November 8th


“When you wake up in the morning, Pooh," said Piglet at last, "what's the first thing you say to yourself?"
"What's for breakfast?" said Pooh. "What do you say, Piglet?"
"I say, I wonder what's going to happen exciting today?" said Piglet.
Pooh nodded thoughtfully. "It's the same thing," he said.”
― A.A. Milne

The Destination / Breakfast Ride will ride once again - Sunday, November 8th

We will ride north - way north - to the country town of Celina! Our tour will go north through Plano and Frisco, then over country roads to Lucy’s on the Square in historic downtown Celina. Celina is a popular destination for several of the club's faster rides. While they only get to stop at a gas station, we will have plenty of time to enjoy a good breakfast at Lucy’s. With luck, a gentle north wind will be at our backs for the return ride.

Please remember to bring a lightweight cable and lock to secure your bike.

We'll start from the PBA parking lot at SC&C.

When: Sunday, November 8th – 8:00 am.

Where: PBA Parking Lot – North end. Spring Creek and Coit

Distance: 48 miles, 1,105ft.

Speed: 13-15 average. No Drop


Please arrive at least 15+ minutes early. This is a PBA ride so we will need time to register, go over the safety briefing, and call the restaurant.

About the ride:
The Sunday Destination / Breakfast Ride combines a ride to local destinations or points of interest not on a typical PBA route, and a stop at a breakfast restaurant along the way. The rides are “no drop” and the plan is to keep the distances between 30 to 45 miles and the average speed between 13 and 15 miles per hour. For this ride the journey is as important as the destination and I hope we can enjoy a casual ride with a variety of locations, neighborhoods, restaurants, scenery, topography, and camaraderie. A sense of adventure is important as we will discover routes together. While I will research routes in advance, do expect a wrong turn or three. I look forward to your feedback after each ride to improve the routes. Depending on the destination, the starting location might be someplace other than the Coit and Spring Creek / PBA parking lot so please note the starting location for each ri

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