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Roadies
The Roadies have two groups, Regular and Long. Regular rides are 35-45 miles and Long rides are 50-60 (sometimes longer) miles long. There are strong riders in each group but Long riders ride for a longer time. Average speeds for the whole ride for Regular rides is 14-18 and 16-18 for the Long rides. We are not a "racing" oriented club. If someone really is too slow we make sure they know where they are and how to get back to the start. Route slips are provided. Please introduce yourself when you come out on a ride. Visitors will be required to sign the NCCC waiver. Riders are expected to follow the NCCC Rules of Etiquette on all club rides. Also of interest is this article on Info for Group Riding. Send questions regarding Roadies rides to Lisa at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Thanks to our ride coordinators Robert for Regular rides, Anthony for Long rides, Diana for Alternate Long rides, Karl for Sunday rides, Dan for Tuesdays.
Saturday Long Rides
Rides start @OCRR: 8:00 am unless otherwise noted. October rides start at 8:30.
Ride leader:Anthony Scozzari
Please check the Forum > Club Rides & Events for ride changes due to extreme (hot or cold) weather.
Sep 6 - Wohlford-Woods-Lilac-Sleep In-Vista tour-OCRR (64 mi, 4,000’, route map)
Sep 13 - Circle R-Dn Couser-Up Rice-Grn Canyon Canyon (59 mi, 4,300’, route map)
Sep 20 - San Elijo-Del Dios-56 Bike Path-El Camino- RSF Road (60 miles, 4,900', route map)
Sep 27 - Rice-Couser-SLR-Warmland (64 mi, 5,000', route map)

Saturday Long Ride Alternate
Rides start @OCRR: 8:15 am unless otherwise noted.
Ride leader: Diana Wennerstrom
Ride 60+ miles with frequent regroups. If hot, to the coast!
Sep 6 - Valley Center, Fallbrook, loop back 395 (60 mi)

Sep 13
- Ramona, up Scripps down Highland (60 mi)

Sep 20
- Foothill, 395, golf course, Ranger, Bonsall, Lilac, Circle R (60 mi)

Sep 27
- Mesa Grande, down Highland (103 mi, 7100', route map)

Sunday Long Rides
NOTE: Sunday rides start at different locations (directions).
Ride leader: Karl Rudnick
Sunday rides continue to start at 8:30 am unless otherwise noted.
Check Forum > Club Rides & Events for ride changes due to weather extremes.

Sep 7 - Start: OCRR - Couser-Rice backwards (Tony and Diana lead) (62 mi, 4600', route map) [alt. ride Giro di San Diego - Palomar starting in Solana Beach, 105 mi]

Sep 14
- [Heat Change] Start: Palomar Airport - Mt Soleded SDBC 4-5x (72 mi, 5100', route map) (guaranteed new climbs for most!)

Sep 21
- Start: Karl Strauss - Poinsettia, Elfin Forest, Del Dios, RSF return (58 mi, 4000', route map)

Sep 28
- Start: OCRR - Old Castle, W Lilac, Gopher, Twin Oaks (64 mi, 4600', route map)

For all Sunday routes and history click here.
This Month's Rides
Saturday rides meet at the Old California Restaurant Row - OCRR - (behind Acapulco’s and Fish House Vera Cruz), 1020 San Marcos Blvd., between Hwy 78 and Rancho Santa Fe Rd. Click here for mapMost Saturday Roadies rides this month start at 8:00 am.
Saturday Regular Rides
Rides start @OCRR: 8:00 am. unless otherwise noted. In October, we switch to 8:30.
Ride leader
: Robert Abraham
September 6 - Rancho Del Dios reversed - Del Dios highway out for a round about way through RSF. Return up Rancho Santa Fe.
39.1 miles / 2880' - route map

September 13 - Oceanside 1.2
- Airport Rd, Poinsettia, and Coast Hwy to Oceanside Harbor. Return via SLR Trail and Warmlands. Or...
Regular: 40.1 miles / 1710' - route map
Super bonus: SDR Palomar 200k- route map

September 20 - Carlsbad & Swamis - Faraday and Coast Hwy to Swamis with a loop around Batiquitos Lagoon. Return via Coast Hwy and Airport Rd.
39.7 miles / 2140' -route map

September 27 - Carlsbad Tours
- Faraday, Cannon, and around the lagoon to Carlsbad. Coast Hwy to La Costa. Aviara, all of Alicante and El Fuerte.
Regular: 41.8 miles / 3340' - route map
Short: 37.7 miles / 2580' -route map

Tuesday After-Work Rides

Ride leader: Dan Crane
Start: 5:30 pm - Del Mar Highlands - East on Del Mar Heights from I5. Enter by McDonalds past El Camino Real. Park by Rubios - northeast end of the plaza - see map here. Ride the ranch and dine afterwards. Weekly ride discussions at: http://groups.google.com/group/nccc-tuesdays
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