MBA WEEKLY RIDES

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MONDAY LEISURE RIDE | 6 PM

This ride is scheduled during the prime riding season (April to September- and beyond if weather permits) and is 10-17 miles at 10-13 miles per hour. The ride start will be Pinhook Park (at 6: 00 p.m.) for all rides. The group always stays together. and will adjust distance and pace based on the group at the ride. The leisure ride has a host and maps are not required. The length of the ride increases through the riding season. 

PINHOOK PARK | 2801 Riverside Drive | South Bend, Indiana

TUESDAY MORNING | 9 AM

These rides start at locations throughout the Michiana area with some locations relatively far from South Bend. The start times are adjusted based on the likely weather (later in the spring and fall / earlier in the summer).

 

Some groups may go up to fifty miles with an average of 15-17 miles per hour. There is no ride host for these rides so you should print and bring your own map (also accessed on RwGPS).

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WEDNESDAY EVENING | 6 PM

This ride is at 6:00 p.m. at various ride start locations in the South Bend area. In the fall when there is reduced evening daylight the ride will start at 5:30. This is the most popular weekly ride with riders of all skills in attendance. There will always be a range of distances (15 to 35 miles) with the exact distances dependent on the start location. There is a ride host and maps/cue sheets will be provided (also accessed on RwGPS).

 

This ride starts at 6:00 pm during the prime riding season, later in the off-season.

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SATURDAY/SUNDAY | 8:30 AM

These rides start at locations throughout the Michiana area with some locations relatively far from South Bend. The start times are adjusted based on the likely weather (later in the spring and fall / earlier in the summer).

 

These rides include longer distance options (60+ miles). If the weather is decent there will almost always be groups riding the longer distances at a faster pace (17+ average). During the prime riding season (May-September) there will usually be riders riding a variety of distances and speeds. There is no ride host for these rides so you should print and bring your own map (also accessed on RwGPS).

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