[BVC-CHAT] Website Updates
cmenzel at tamu.edu
Tue Mar 17 16:14:16 CDT 2009
On Mar 17, 2009, at 3:59 PM, Rebecca Riggs wrote:
> You need to add something to make sure that they need to know the
> route if they think they can't stay with the group.
I suppose that's implicit, since we include a map of the ride (in the
page the "More info" link leads to), but it couldn't hurt to be more
> Also it might be good to add something about how not many B riders
> come out, so you might be riding alone. Don't know how to say that
> nice, just want them to be prepared.
> On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 2:31 PM, Jean Marie Linhart <jmlinhart at gmail.com
> > wrote:
> > As for F'pole and beginners ... I am also not completely sure what
> > say there. I will think. Please, peanut gallery, we would
> > comments. Gina? Jackie? Marv? Amy? B-riders? Amy? Lenae?
> > Will? Layne? Phebe?
> How about something like: "Although beginners are welcome on the
> it should be noted that this is not a Beginners' Ride. This means
> that this
> is *not* a no-drop ride, and there will not be a ride leader to
> sweep or shepherd
> the slower riders."
Something to that effect on the first page might be useful. Problem
is we get so few rec riders on the Caldwell ride these days. Turnouts
have been excellent, but it's mostly been actual and aspiring
hammerheads. I suspect things will pick up as the weather warms up.
How about it rec riders? It's great to meet up at the flagpole and
ride out to Twister's as a group!
> We ride an easy pace (~14mph) and stay together until we get to
> (at the intersection of 50 and 60) and then split into an A-group,
> which averages
> 23mph and rides to Caldwell, and a B-group, which averages 15mph and
> to Cooks Point. The B-group ride is an out-and-back ride, so if you
> get dropped,
> you can easily pick up the pack as they head back towards home."
The last sentence might be usefully added to the longer description.
Everything else is already there.
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