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Western Wheelers Bicycle Club


  • Fri, April 02, 2021
  • 11:15 AM
  • Watsonville, CA



Come a bit early for the Pacific Grove LDT Weekend and enjoy a moderate afternoon loop that will start at Royal Oaks Park off Hwy 101 near Prunedale and explore quiet roads in the Elkhorn Slough/Royal Oaks area. This is an afternoon ride that will meet at 11:15 am for an 11:30 am departure. This is social paced C ride but faster or slower riders are welcome to form a separate ride group at the start if desired. Ride has convenient shortcuts to shorten route if desired – see route sheet for details. No lunch break so bring snacks (or stop in Prunedale for food on the way there). Restrooms/water available at start. NOTE – PARKING FEE REQUIRED at County Park - approximately $8.00 per car or $2.00 per person age 62+ (bring cash). Rain cancels. Online route sheets/maps/gps. See Saturday PACIFIC GROVE WEEKEND ride listing for logistics/registration information.

INFO: Guy Shuman (shumansteiner@gmail.com or 650-704-0895).  

MEETING TIME:11:15 am for 11:30 departure

MEETING LOCATION:Meet at Royal Oaks County Park (537 Maher Road, Watsonville, CA) near Prunedale (PARKING FEE REQUIRED). From US 101 South, Exit at San Miguel Cyn Rd., R on San Miguel Cyn Rd., R on Echo Valley Rd., L on Maher Rd., R into park. Food/gas available in Prunedale at US 101 exit. Note above info about parking fee.

NOTE: To manage group sizes, club rides are currently open to Western Wheelers members only. Learn about becoming a member 

Do not join club rides if you are sick (cough, sore throat, fever, loss of smell).  Riders must maintain a safe distance (minimum six feet) from each other.  No drafting, pace lines, spitting or blowing noses into the air during rides.  All riders must have a face covering (eg. mask, bandana, neck gaiter/buff or other without vents) to be worn at the start of each ride and whenever you are not able to maintain six feet of distance from anyone outside your household(eg. during regroups).

There is risk in all gatherings, since people without symptoms can transmit COVID-19. Participation in club rides is voluntary.  Members assume the full and complete risk that is associated with exposure to and infection by COVID-19 during such participation.  Please note that in the event Western Wheelers is asked by the department of public health for a list of riders participating in any club ride for purposes of Covid-19 exposure tracing, Western Wheelers will comply with such requests.

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