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Volume 30, Number 6 www.lonestarcyclists.org
NEW CYCLISTS! This section is your one-stop guide to articles and such specific to your needs. This months special is Monthly by Mark, a new monthly section with tips for new (and seasoned) riders on page 7. Turn to page 8 To see pictures from the annual LSC Club Picnic held on May 16th.
O Solo Mio!! Its Tour D Italia time!!
June 20, 2009
Come join us for the best ride of the year. Routes of 12, 28, 42, and 50 miles, and a 100K Metric century. Come to Italy, Texas about halfway between Waco and Dallas. Take I-35E to the Italy exit, go east on Highway 34, cross Highway 77, and follow the signs. The Tour D Italia ride supports the Italy High School Scholarship Fund, the Tarrant County Food Bank, Bikes for Tykes, and Brighter Tomorrows Womens Shelter in Grand Prairie.
(The pictures you see below are from last years ride start. It was a gorgeous day!)
Lone Star Cyclists is an organization of cycling enthusiasts mainly from Arlington, Grand Prairie and other areas south of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, dedicated to the interests of recreational bicycling, bicycling safety and camaraderie. We like to ride our bikes, get home in one piece, and we seriously enjoy having fun. Lone Star Cyclists was established in 1973 as the Grand Prairie Bicycling Association. We organized the Tour d Italia bicycle rally in 1985, and it is held annually on the third Saturday of June in Italy, Texas. Our annual membership dues are $20 for individuals or families. Members receive the monthly newsletter, discounts at participating bicycle stores, have the opportunity to ride on regularly scheduled club rides, and participate in special club functions and events with some really great people year round. To join, simply complete and return the membership form on the back of the newsletter along with your dues.
P. O. Box 540696 Grand Prairie, TX 75054-0696 Editor Distribution Manager Kevin Jespersen Rhonda Warrens
6/4 Richard Dodge 6/12 Joe Willis 6/13 Paula Lanier 6/20 Clair McGough 6/20 Barbara Muehl 6/22 Nora Nevers 6/24 Lorine Nunley 6/25 Gary Gray 6/26 Gary Mickel 6/30 Mary Alice Tudor
New Members This Month!!!!!
Shifting Times is published monthly. Articles, photographs, and announcements are welcome and should be submitted to the Editor ten working days before the first of the month. Submissions may be sent directly to the Editor by e-mail or to 912 Park Place Blvd, Midlothian, Texas 76065. Original material from this newsletter may be reprinted provided that Lone Star Cyclists is credited. Club members may advertise personal items (buy or sell) free of charge. Black and white commercial ads are subject to the following monthly charges: $10.00 Business card size $30.00 1/4 to 1/3 page $50.00 1/2 page $80.00 Full page $25.00 Ads uploaded to our website Commercial ads must be ready for import to Microsoft Publisher without reformat (i.e. jpg, tiff, gif, etc.).
Let us all welcome our newest members: David Jackson 1904 Scarlett Ct. Arlington 76012-2032 817-637-6917 firstname.lastname@example.org Karl Goerner 6601 Falcon Rive Way, #622 Arlington 76001 817-478-1280 email@example.com Richard Wilks P.O. Box 1304 Arlington 76004-1304 817-469-7287 firstname.lastname@example.org If my calculations are correct; as of the end of June, we are up to 121 members!!!!
OFFICERS Oct 2008 - Sept 2009 PRESIDENT Eddie Stinson (817) 296-1509 email@example.com VICE- PRESIDENT Ron DeRoxtra (972) 422-3846 firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY/TREASURER Bobbie Carroll (972) 264-1027 email@example.com SPECIAL EVENTS Nancy Ford (972) 602-3022 firstname.lastname@example.org RIDE COORDINATOR Mark Lanier (817) 229-9619 email@example.com MEMBERSHIP Jim Warrens (817) 329-3016 firstname.lastname@example.org TOUR D ITALIA DIRECTOR Ande Rushing (817) 784-6276 email@example.com NEWSLETTER EDITOR Kevin Jespersen (214) 202-3650 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lone Star Cyclists are proud to be affiliated members of
To learn more about our Lone Star Cyclists Yahoo! Group and how to join, simply go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ lonestarcyclists. Once you are set up as a member, you can use this service to chat, query, or notify the member cyclists on everything from what degreaser someone might recommend to directions to a club ride to any club or bicycling related topic such as looking for a cycling partner.
We will dearly miss you, Lupinus Texensis. Until next year, farewell bluebonnets!!!
NON-BOARD POSITIONS WEBSITE MANAGER George Fleischmann, (972) 262-6570 email@example.com
LSC CLUB RIDES
Club rides are open to all cyclists. Listed times are start times, not meet times. Arrive early enough to be ready to ride at the times listed. Helmets are required. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Please obey all traffic laws, have fun and be safe! If weather conditions are marginal, such as extreme heat, rain or cold (40F or below) call the ride leader Mark Lanier, Ride Coordinator: (817) 229-9619 for a status report.
Not-So-Fine Print: Ride leaders will not be responsible for cyclists who ride out of sight ahead of the leader! With or without a map, you will be on your own.
Tuesday and Thursday evening rides: Meet at Joe Pool Lake Overlook off FM 1382 south of I-20. Start time is 6:00 p.m. and rides last 2 - 2-1/2 hours. Groups form according to pace desired and route determined by those present. On Thursday nights, Nancy Ford will be leading a 15 to 25 mile ride for people wanting to go at a slower pace. I still recommend that you have lights on the front and rear of your bike so we can extend our ride time to dark or a little beyond
SATURDAY 8:00 AM START TIME PACE: Moderate Leaderless Mystery Ride Actually, this is a leaderless ride leaving from the Oasis/Marina parking lot at Joe Pool Lake. Routes will be determined by who shows up. The Oasis/Marina is located at 5700 Lake Ridge Parkway, Grand Prairie Texas 75052 (it may also be called Lynn Creek Marina). If you are interested in leading this route call Mark Mark at (817) 229-9619 No ride leader No scheduled ride on June 13th due to packet pickup for Tour d Italia. If you are not a member (yet) and are doing the Tour d Italia, you may pick up your packet at participating bike shops. Check the website for details. You may still pick up your packet on the 20th. www.tourditalia.com
email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will send you the map via PDF file. Ride Leader: Erin McClendon email@example.com (preferred) or 214.679.4818 (cell).
SATURDAY, July 4th.Have a SAFE and Happy Fourth! - No Official Ride Scheduled for today. However, check the Yahoo newsgroup (or LSC-Yahoo email) for possible rides on the 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th.
SATURDAY 7:30 or 8:00 AM START TIME (TBA) PACE: Mary-Moderate Marys Mystery Tour Join Mary for an excellent July ride. The ride will be approximately 45 miles but no other details have been worked out at this time. See the July newsletter for the full scoop! SATURDAY 8:00 AM START TIME PACE: However fast or RIDE LEADER: Mary McLachlan (972) 780-9090 slow you decide! 24th ANNUAL TOUR D ITALIA Club members should be in attendance (but not riding). Non-club members, feel free to attend SATURDAY 8:00 AM START TIME PACE: Easy what we feel is the best supported bike rally in Texas! Wanderings Join Jim Warrens on a leisurely 18 mile ride on See www.tourditalia.com for complete details. some lightly traveled roads south of DFW airport. This ride is relatively flat and would be good for SUNDAY START TIME is TBA PACE: also TBA new riders or someone working on getting back into Lets Go For a Ride After Church Join Mark on a Sunday shape. The ride will start at Bob Eden Park in outing after church. Details on this ride will be anEuless. Meet at the west parking area, which is just east of nounced soon and will be posted on LSC-Yahoo (also the intersection of Mid-Cities Blvd. and Hwy. 157 (also called sent to the yahoo group email address. See http:// Industrial in this area). The park is on the south side of Midgroups.yahoo.com/group/lonestarcyclists/ Cities and well marked if you come from Hwy 360. (There Ride Leader: Mark Lanier (817) 229-9619 are rumors floating around that the newsletter editor may show up). RIDE LEADER: Jim Warrens (817) 329-3016 SATURDAY 8:00 AM START TIME PACE: Moderate Bring Your Climbing Legs Erin says bring your climbing legs with you to Cedar Hill at the Valley Ridge Park. It's REMEMBER!! time to climb Texas Plume Rd again. Join Erin Riders are asked to meet 30 minutes McClendon for your choice of 3 scenic rides from before listed start times. Valley Ridge Park into Midlothian, Cedar Hill, Ovilla, Venus and back. Note that not all routes go to the aforementioned cities. Whether you are up for a 29, 41 or 52 mile ride, Ride leaders are needed and being sought for dates there is something for everyone. Erin will be leading the in August, September, and beyond! If you will lead longer 52 mile ride. Special instructions with maps will be a Saturday ride contact Mark Lanier with the date given to the volunteer leaders of the shorter routes. Anyone so it can be secured on the calendar. Thanks. who wants a map before the ride, please contact Erin via
Easy pace: 11.9 mph average or less; Moderate: 12 mph - 14.9 mph average; Fast: 15+ mph average; Urban: varied pace; stops/regrouping
Tuesday and Thursday evening rides: Meet at Joe Pool Lake Overlook off FM 1382 south of I-20. Start time is 6:00 p.m. and rides last 2 - 2-1/2 hours. Groups form according to pace desired and route determined by those present. On Thursday nights, Nancy Ford will be leading a 15 to 25 mile ride for people wanting to go at a slower pace. I still recommend that you have lights on the front and rear of your bike so we can extend our ride time to dark or a little beyond. Note: we will be needing someone to replace Nancy as leader on her ride for the summer. For additional information, particularly on the Thursday ride, please visit the Lone Star Website located at: http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/lonestarcyclists/ or contact Mark Lanier at (817) 229-9619 or at dfwbiker2003@ yahoo.com
Coming home from todays club ride, I took Camp Wisdom Road. At just about the Camp Wisdom / Polo Rd intersection, I saw my first ghost bike. Id read about them but this is the first one Ive ever seen. Ive attached the photo I took. Of course, its for the couple who were killed there on June 8, 2008, Meredith Hatch & Mike Alfaro. Submitted by Mary McLachlan ATTENTION ALL RIDERS:
When you cannot attend regularly scheduled rides on Saturday mornings, or Tuesday and Thursday nights, feel free to send an email asking for ride partners who may also ride at the same time of the day that you do. Many of us must ride around our schedules. I see groups of two or three out riding around Midlothian on my way to work (noon-ish) all the time. Some of us do prefer to ride solo; most of us do not.
Who Rode What, Where & When
May 9th We had 22 riders turn out for the Goddess of Beauty ride out of Venus on May 9th. And those of us that were looking for the Goddess of Beauty were not disappointed; and thats all I have to say about that. We had three routes with Marilyn Stinson and Jane Rutledge leading the 23 mile route. Ron DeRoxtra was also assigned to be the flat fixer on that course. George Handy lead the 40 mile route and had close to half of the riders go with him. I heard something about one wrong turn but George didnt mention it to me. The rest went on the 55 mile route and got to see a motor cycle race; and join in with the riders out on the Cedar Hill ride (Head for the Hills) for a few miles. It was a beautiful day with lots of trees canopies over the road, green rolling hills, and wildflowers galore. On the ride were: Eddie and Marilyn Stinson, Jane Rutledge, Donna Steinke, Paul Mitchell, Dave and Lois Olmstead, Dan and Nancy Ford, Colleen Rebant, Mark Robinson, Lori Baker, Richard Dodge, Karl Goerner, Mary McLachlan, Paul Tate, George Handy, Pat McGennis, Ron DeRoxtra, Nate Schwartz, and Kim and Denise Smith.
Main Street Bakery in Grapevine. Those on the ride were: Paul & Jennie Tate on the tandem, Mary McLachlan, Connie Wilson, Cathie & Rodney, Wayne McChristian, David Jackson, Karl Goener, Paul Mitchell, Dan & Nancy Ford, Stephanie Mills, Pat McGinnis, Mark Mark, and a couple of other riders. The group took the new section of Hwy 161 from Carrier southbound all the way to I-20, then went all the way to Grapevine for an enjoyable sitdown at Main Street Bakery. Congrats to several people who did their first ever 100k!
There were 6 of us that left Mineral Wells State Park on Saturday morning: Mark and Alice Carter, Eddie Stinson, Donna Steinke, Peter Baron and Bob B. (towed). We had good weather, especially welcome after last year's Tour d' Heat and the year before that, the Tour d' Rain. We rode "fully loaded" which means we carried all our camping gear on the bikes. All of us used panniers attached to our bikes except Peter and Bob, a trailer. We enjoyed the camaraderie that comes from hauling a bike that weighs almost as much as the rider, and pedaling up hills May 16th The Lone Star Annual PICNIC on May 16th was supposed to be together. Alice and I sang hill climbing songs. Mark talked about their recent bike trip to Italy. Eddie gave at Valley Ridge Park Pavilion. But instead it got moved due to rain (good call, Nancy) to the grill of Eddie and Marilyn Stinson out the advice that comes from much touring experiin Arlington. There was a good turn out of riders and friends of ence. Peter and Bob, well, they had a few relationship riders. Even Bobbie Carroll, chauffeured by David, came on her issues unfortunately. We rode about 50 miles to Jacksboro. The roads looked like a mural of wildflowers walker after recent knee replacement surgery. At Nancy's repainted along our route. The next day we headed 45 quest, Mark Mark brought the meat including hot dogs, hammiles to Graham and a campground next to the Brazos burgers, and chicken, which Eddie grilled; and Sensay brought river. Although we were camped within feet of the water all kinds of chips and dips. Others brought various side dishes. the bugs were no problem. We had a great time around There were literally no desserts brought, which of course means the campground playing horseshoes and hiking, and the that next year we will have people only bringing desserts (LOL). storms went around us that night. Peter and Bob took After a good time of food and fellowship, a few brave souls such some time away from each other which I think was a as Connie, Stephanie, and Dan took a try at staying upright on a good thing. On Monday we returned 56 miles to Minbicycle on rollers in the garage. Oh, the good ole days! Then we eral Wells, mostly downhill with a tailwind. Mostly. By played "Round the World" at the Stinson's ping pong table. That this time Alice and I were making up new lines to the pretty much wore the group out. Seems running around a ping Brady Bunch theme (Here's the story / of some Lone Star pong table requires different muscles than a bike does! Thanks to Cyclists.), Mark and Eddie were flying down the road, and even Peter and Bob were getting along and moving Nancy for organizing the picnic. It was a fun time for all. See along. Of course there were more incidents and accithe pictures on page 8. dents that occurred than I have time to tell here. So just May 23rd ask one of us. A good time was had by all, even Bob. 16 people showed up for the ride on May 23rd and a stray was picked up while we were catching a bite at
Memorial Day Tour (May 23rd-25th)
First, I must apologize for the late newsletter. No classes to get in the way, but all manner of other occasions came up to slow me down. I have still only ridden my bike three times in the past 10 months; but the steed is sitting in the garage, ready to go. I will be the first to admit that each ride hurts just a bit (I have to get used to the saddle again). To add to Marks tips: I use Performance Cat 1 sunglasses that have photo-chromatic lenses (they adjust to changing light), which means I can still where them at dusk. I also wipe down my frame and most exposed aluminum with a damp (not wet) cloth and bicycle cleaner, the promptly dry it. I do this after every ride. I also either wipe down or rinse my helmet once per week. For those following my progress in school.straight As!
The Presidents Wheel
I took a few moments to look back at the things we wanted to work on when this group of board members took office and realized that the club has made great progress in some of the areas. Here is what I wrote in my first article: 1. Moving the club meetings to Monday nights so were not competing against a ride night. 2. Making our club even more appealing to new and returning riders without sacrificing the needs of the more experienced riders. This will include things like having more than one route available every Saturday with experienced riders on all routes, offering more settings to teach bicycling technique, function, and safety including pre-ride demonstrations and club meetings. Having additional rides at least once a month devoted entirely to riders wanting to do a shorter slower ride. Eddie Stinson 3. Rewriting our club bylaws to include making the Tour d Italia director and Web Master board positions as well as a few other needed changes. 4. Getting a club jersey order placed including extra ones to keep on inventory so new club members can purchase a jersey soon after joining the club. 5. Putting together a club calendar to be kept up to date on the web site showing many of the events that we have planned through the year. Moving the meetings to Monday night has lead to us having twice as many people attending and therefore much more involvement. Having rides that will accommodate riders with a wide range of abilities and interest is still, and always will be a big challenge. It was one of the biggest challenges we faced when I was President before and one that most clubs face. But I think we have made good progress in this area by having a greater variety of rides available on most Saturdays and having a Whats the Hurry Ride on Thursday evenings. We have definitely been getting more new and returning riders coming to our rides and joining the club. By the way, it is that time of year when Dan and Nancy Ford make their transition for the summer and will not be able to continue to lead the Whats the Hurry Ride on Thursday evenings. This has been a very valuable tool in getting new riders in and started down the path of becoming better cyclists. In fact, most of the early riders in their group have already moved on to ride with the longer route, faster paced group. We really need to continue this ride. So if there is anyone out there that would be willing to take up this opportunity for the summer to help new riders get started and returning riders to get some fitness back please contact one of the officers and we will get you going. Weve made progress on getting people trained and certified to teach bicycle safety classes and should be able to start offering those before the end of the year. George and Susan Handy have completed the first portion of their training and are very excited about all they have learned. We have re-written the by-laws and passed those as a club. The club jerseys have been designed and ordered and should be here in the next couple of weeks. Plus there has been much progress made this year in taking the Tour d Italia to the next level. Overall, there has been a lot of work done by the members and the officers this year and a whole lot has been accomplished. The result has been that the club is having a bunch of fun and we are gaining many new members. With that said, I realize that we have much still to accomplish; but were in a much better position now to do so. The weather has really cooperated for the rides this month and have had great attendance as a result. We did get rained out for the picnic and ride so we moved it to our house. We still had 21 or so people come over for B-B-Q not knowing what they were getting into with the rollers (some didnt know that rollers even existed before they had a chance to try to ride them); and the Round the World ping pong.we laughed and ran and spun in circles until we felt like we had ridden 50 miles. Point is that we have a GREAT CLUB that knows how to work together, have fun together, and understands our important place in the cycling community. We still have work to do, but well get it done while having a great time doing it together. Thanks for being a part of all this! See you on the road soon (rubber side down).
Monthly From Mark (Tips for New Riders)
Last month the emphasis was on safety as we discussed helmets, sunscreen, tires & tubes. This month we'll continue to discuss safety related issues. 1. Keep your eyes and ears on the road: Get a good pair of sunglasses from a cycling store, such as Performance; they have several styles of affordable glasses with interchangeable lenses that are fairly good at being optically accurate. Use a darker mirrored lens for riding during the day, and an amber lens for riding closer to sunset. I prefer a ventilated lens which keep my glasses from fogging. Buy a good quality mirror that clips onto your handlebars or onto the earpiece of your sunglasses. You MUST assume that you are invisible to other drivers, and using a mirror is the best way to keep an eye on the traffic in the lane behind you. Most accidents where a cyclist is hit from behind can be significantly reduced or prevented by using a mirror. If you are at the back of the pack it is your responsibility to alert the pack to the presence of a vehicle behind the pack - the best way to do this is to simply yell: "CAR BACK". If the car is weaving or stays on the extreme right side of the lane, it is also your job to alert the pack and to prepare to quickly and safely get off the road and/or shoulder. Be a keen listener when you are on the bike, which means don't use earphones; you also want to pay attention to noises coming from your bike, which can alert you to a loose or cracked part. It's a good practice before you ride to lift your bike a foot or so in the air and while holding loosely to the frame, drop it onto the pavement and listen for any new or strange noises. You will become accustomed to the sound your bike makes when you "drop" it. If you hear anything unusual, drop it again and try and isolate the source of the noise. About once a month, completely rinse off your bike (do not use a pressure sprayer), and rinse your helmet and glasses weekly to remove any built up sweat, which acts as a corrosive agent on plastic. 2. Bicycle Rights in the State of Texas: A bicycle is a vehicle and any person riding a bicycle has all of the rights and responsibilities as a driver of a vehicle, according to the latest version of the Texas Drivers Handbook - the applicable sections are included for your information. The only exception I know is bicycles are prohibited from using the lanes/shoulders of an Interstate Highway. Again, please read pages 9-7 & 9-8 of the Handbook.
moving in the same direction; (2) the person is preparing to turn left at an intersection or onto a private road or driveway; (3) a condition on or of the roadway, including a fixed or moving object, parked or moving vehicle, pedestrian, animal, or surface hazard prevents the person from safely riding next to the right curb or edge of the roadway; or (4) the person is operating a bicycle in an outside lane that is: (A) less than 14 feet in width and does not have a designated bicycle lane adjacent to that lane; or (B) too narrow for a bicycle and a motor vehicle to safely travel side by side. (b) A person operating a bicycle on a one-way roadway with two or more marked traffic lanes may ride as near as practicable to the left curb or edge of the roadway. (c) Persons operating bicycles on a roadway may ride two abreast. Persons riding two abreast on a laned roadway shall ride in a single lane. Persons riding two abreast may not impede the normal and reasonable flow of traffic on the roadway. Persons may not ride more than two abreast unless they are riding on a part of a roadway set aside for the exclusive operation of bicycles. (d) Repealed by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 1085, Sec. 13, eff. Sept. 1, 2001. Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 165, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1995. Amended by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 1085, Sec. 10, 13, eff. Sept. 1, 2001. Sec. 551.104. SAFETY EQUIPMENT. (a) A person may not operate a bicycle unless the bicycle is equipped with a brake capable of making a braked wheel skid on dry, level, clean pavement. (b) A person may not operate a bicycle at nighttime unless the bicycle is equipped with: (1) a lamp on the front of the bicycle that emits a white light visible from a distance of at least 500 feet in front of the bicycle; and (2) on the rear of the bicycle: (A) a red reflector that is: (i) of a type approved by the department; and (ii) visible when directly in front of lawful upper beams of motor vehicle headlamps from all distances from 50 to 300 feet to the rear of the bicycle; or (B) a lamp that emits a red light visible from a distance of 500 feet to the rear of the bicyle.
Here are the applicable sections from the Texas Statute that covers cycling (http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/ SOTWDocs/TN/htm/TN.551.htm#A) : Sec. 551.103. OPERATION ON ROADWAY. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), a person That all for this issue, I promise to talk about chains in the next issue! operating a bicycle on a roadway who is moving slower than the other traffic on the roadway shall ride as near as Graciously submitted by Mark Lanier practicable to the right curb or edge of the roadway, unless: (1) the person is passing another vehicle
Pictures from the May 16th Annual LSC Picnic
When you cant have the picnic outdoors, what do you do?? Move it INDOORS (see picture below). We havent had a picnic rained out since I became a member in 2001 (I havent attended one since 2004, I believe - bad editor). But it appears the day was saved by Nancys Plan B. Hurray for Nancy! And to what kind of evil torture is Eddie subjecting these poor young women (lower two pictures)? Does Marilyn approve of this? Just kidding! I know these are rollers, used to perfect balance and cadence. Though the sort of rollers I prefer are the ones that gently slope up and down (rolling hills). According to Eddie, a great time was had by all despite the nasty weather of the day!!
GREAT RIDES AND RALLIES
Bicycle Shop & Store Discounts
The following businesses offer discounts to Lone Star Cyclists members, but be sure to mention your membership and have your current card ready before the sales ticket is written.
Saturday, June 20th: 24th ANNUAL TOUR D ITALIA Italy, TX Routes of 12, 30, 40, 50 and 63 miles. http://www.tourditalia.com/ Saturday, July 11th: Peach Pedal Weatherford, TX Routes of 26 miles, 39 miles, and 100K. http://www.peachpedal.com/ There are hills but the peaches are the best. Sunday, July 19th: Katy Flatland Katy, TX Routes of 33, 44, 57, and 100 miles. http://groups.google.com/group/kfc2008 Many riders do this ride near Houston to see how fast they really are on relatively flat terrain. Saturday, July 25th: The Goatneck Bike Ride Cleburne, TX Routes of 10, 27, 41 and 62 miles. http://www.thegoatneck.com/ Be ready to climb like a goat! Saturday, August 8th: Melon Patch Tour DeLeon, TX Routes of 8, 18, 29, 42, and 71 miles. http://www.themelonpatchtour.com/ ride.htm I have been told this is a juicy ride! Saturday, August 15th: Red Hot Chili Pepper Dallas, TX Routes of 20, 40, and 60 miles. http://www.redhotrally.org/ This one is a good warm-up for Hotter n Hell.
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LONE STAR CYCLISTS MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
Individual or Family Memberships are $20/yr. 1st year dues are pro-rated for renewal September 1st. See below.
Address: State: ) E-Mail: Renewal Newsletter (check one): E-Mail Paper 9-digit Zip:
City: Phone: ( New member
Birthday (month & day only): __________________
In submitting this application to be a member of the Lone Star Cyclists Club, I undertake to ride safely at all times. I understand that a bicycle is a vehicle and subject to the State of Texas laws as stated in the Texas Drivers Handbook. I also understand that Lone Star Cyclists encourages each member to wear an ANSI or Snell approved bicycle helmet as it greatly reduces the risk of serious, permanent injury. Finally, I understand that I participate at my own risk and hereby release Lone Star Cyclists, its officers, and other members from any and all claims, demand rights or clauses, present or future, whether known, anticipated, or unanticipated, resulting from or arising out of, or incident to, whole or part, my participation in the bicycle rides and related club activities, whether or not caused by negligence of the parties released hereby.
Signature: Emergency Contact:
Date: Phone: ( ) -
Please circle the activities for which you will volunteer your help and services: Officer - Ride Leader - Special Events Membership - Website - Newsletter - Tour d Italia - Other: ____________________________________________ My riding pace average is (circle one): Easy (11.9 mph or less) Moderate (12 - 14.9 mph) Fast (15+ mph)
NEW MEMBER PRO-RATED DUES Sept/Oct$20, Nov/Dec$17, Jan/Feb$14, Mar/Apr$11, May/Jun$8, and Jul/Aug$25 (also pays for the following year.)
Mail application and make check payable to: Lone Star Cyclists, 4327 Hazy Meadow Lane, Grapevine, TX 76051-5718
P.O. BOX 540696 GRAND PRAIRIE, TX 75054-0696
Inside this issue:
News for new riders, p. 1 Pictures from the Picnic, p. 8 Club Rides, p. 3 Tues/Thurs evening rides, p. 4 Who Rode What, Where & When, p. 5 Presidents Wheel, p. 6 Monthly from Mark (Tips), p. 7 Editors Line, p. 5 Birthdays, p. 2 New Members, p. 2 Rides & Rallies, p. 9 Ads, p. 5, 9 Shops & Discounts, p. 9
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