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April, 2024

Wednesday
3
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:00 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. We will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Thursday
4
Charlie Elliott Visitors Center
9:30 AM
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Join Sorella Betsy Hard on the First Thursday of the month for a fun gravel ride. April‘s ride will be at Murder Creek in Mansfield; 55-miles. Please reply to my Facebook post or text me if you‘re interested NLT Wednesday afternoon (4/3)! This is an advanced ride with rolling hills at an average speed of 13.5-14 mph. Adv Intermediate riders are encouraged to join us if they‘d like to push themselves and perhaps learn some new skills (descending, crossing streams, single track). Regrouping as needed. Sorella fellas are welcome to party in the back. Wheels up at 9:30 a.m. (if folks need more time to get there, we can push this to 10). PLEASE download the route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/46056108
Sunday
7
Reformation Brewery
1:00 PM
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Who wouldn’t enjoy a Sunday afternoon ride w/friends that ends up at Reformation Brewery (our newest sponsor)? On this 25 mile loop expect some sweeping downhills, a nicely graded extended uphill and some rolling industrial boulevards along a bike path. The group will stay together, or have a second group with a sweeper. There are a few tricky dogleg turns which will be monitored. Riders should be comfortable riding 2+ hours, moderate pace climbing, and know how to ride in occasional traffic. Beer/seltzer (for sale) afterward at Reformation; barbeque available next door. Bathroom available before and after.
We will establish this as a regularly scheduled ride after these two test rides March 4 and April 7.
Registration is recommended. Sorella friends and (slow) Fellas welcome.
Wednesday
10
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:00 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. We will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Saturday
13
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22 miles beginner friendly gravel ride at Dirty Sheets. Bring your gravel or mountain bike and join Saskia for a relaxed tour of Dirty Sheets. Lunch to follow at Halsa in Serenbe!
Sunday
14
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Jarrod‘s Place is Georgia‘s very own bike park! With a shuttle service to take you to the top so you can spend more time enjoying the downhill. There are plenty of green, blue and black runs to keep a variety of skill levels entertained, but you will need to be at least intermediate and a full suspension mountain bike is recommended, which can be rented there.
Tuesday
16
1956 Eugene Gunby Rd, Marietta, GA 30067
6:00 PM
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Join Laura for a loop around Sope Creek/Cochran shoals on the 3rd Tuesday evening every month. Laura is very experienced and excited to share hints and tips to mountain bikers of all levels or simply cruise around!
Wednesday
17
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:00 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. We will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Saturday
20
Hurricane Shoals Park
9:00 AM
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Join us for a groovy day on gravel at Hurricane Shoals (AKA intro to intermediate puppy ride)! We will ride about 30 miles at a casual pace, no drop, and then grab lunch afterwards for those who can hang around. Be ready to roll at 9 AM.
Sunday
21
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Starting from Comet Trail Cycles/Floyd Ride (mile 4.2) this ride is an out and back on the flat Silver Comet Trail. Target distances are 22, 32 and 54 miles – but with an out and back route you can easily adjust to the distance that will work for you. The ride is open to Sorellas, fellas and friends, and is definitely beginner friendly. Due to expected rain tomorrow morning, the ride will start at 2:00 PM. Be ready to roll then.
Wednesday
24
E. Rivers Elementary School
6:00 PM
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21-mile route, aiming for 14-15 mph. This weekly ride is a great ride to improve your climbing skills and step outside of your comfort zone with a supportive group of women. The ride is a mix of social (between the hills) and hard (4-5 pretty good) climbs. We will regroup at the top of the climbs. This ride is designed for experienced riders, comfortable riding in a group, with some light traffic on hills. After the ride there is a group that usually grabs dinner at nearby local restaurant.
Saturday
27
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Ready to leave the (relative) flats behind and head up into the mountains? If you think you do, but want to give it a go in a friendly, no drop environment? Then this is FOR YOU! Join Saskia as she hits up one of the friendliest gravel climbs in the GA mountains.
Sunday
28
Halsa Restaurant
10:00 AM
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Please join Betsy for this Advanced Road ride leaving out of Chattahoochee Hills along the Silk Sheets route. There are no steep hills on this ride, just constant smooth long rollers, about ½ a foot/mile average. The pace will be about 16 mph and we’ll be focusing on maintaining endurance fitness and improving group riding skills, such as: pace line, gear selection, climbing & descending, techniques for riding in the wind & rain. Adv intermediate riders who are looking for a challenge are welcome, but the expectation is that you have pace line experience to build from. There will be no breaks during the ride, so bring adequate supplies. Meet just before the Halsa Restaurant in Serenbe, 11090 Serenbe Ln, Chatt Hills, or park around the corner on Prom Road toward the (pink) pool building. We’ll be heading over for lunch afterward at the Halsa. Wheels up at 10:00. Please check FB & this calendar for possible start time changes or cancelations due to weather. Route will be posted prior to the ride. PLEASE download the route.