BikeCal.com - Todays Rides - 6/25/2017 http://www.bikecal.com/asp/cal-result.asp?ddate=6/25/2017 Listing California Bike Rides en-us  Show And Go - East Bay http://www.bikecal.com/asp/cal-detail-rss.asp?num=105140 Meet at DOWNTOWN Niles parking lot across from H St on Niles Blvd. (map) Description20-50 miles; 2-4; M, B 8:30am – 12:00pm  Women's Social Ride - East Bay http://www.bikecal.com/asp/cal-detail-rss.asp?num=105141 Bicycle Garage, 5006 Mowry Ave, Fremont (map) DescriptionLength: 15-20 miles; Elevation: feet; Terrain: 1,2 Pace: T,M Join us this month for another low-key, leisurely ride around the tri-city area. This ride is geared (pun intended!) towards our female riders but men are also welcome. We will re-group as needed. Nobody will be left behind. Optional coffee and extra socialization at Starbucks at the end. Rain or threat of rain will cancel the ride. RidewithGPS URL: Cindy Maxwell Maxwell.c@sbcglobal.net 408-506-6860 8:30am – 12:00pm Another Sunday At The Flower Farm - Sacramento http://www.bikecal.com/asp/cal-detail-rss.asp?num=104833 Grade: D29+ Join me for a beautiful country ride to the Flower Farm. Routes include options for a short 29 or long 43. Meet at Folsom Village Shopping Center (see Ride List for directions). Leader: Kathy Mrowka 716-9591 Sundaze - Sacramento http://www.bikecal.com/asp/cal-detail-rss.asp?num=105221 varied locations (map)

Will Rogers Park - Southern CA http://www.bikecal.com/asp/cal-detail-rss.asp?num=105198 Today is the day after the Grand Tour and traditionally many (if not most) members are too tired from either riding the Grand Tour or staffing the Grand Tour to show up for a ride this morning. So, just in case some of them manage to crawl out of bed this morning, we usually schedule an easy ride from the Corner. Today’s routes are perfect for this. There are only medium and short routes today (which works out well since most would be too tired for a long route). Both routes head to the polo grounds at Will Rodgers Park where they often are actually playing polo. You can stop and watch the action. The short pretty much just heads to the park and back. The medium takes a slightly more circuitous route there and a little extra loop on the way back with a little extra climbing thrown in. Both routes meet up at the park and for lunch in Santa Monica. When I ride the Grand Tour, I always try to ride the next day just to show that the Grand Tour is no big thing to me, but most years I don’t make it out of bed in time. If I do show up this year, I’ll be riding the short route for sure.  START: THE “CORNER”, Olympic Blvd, 1 block west of La Cienega in Beverly Hills. From the Santa Monica Frwy (10), off and north La Cienega 1.2 miles, L – Olympic 1 block to R- Le Doux. (Medium 35 mi and 2200 ft, short 28 mi and 1400 ft)