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  • 28 Apr 2019 8:57 AM | Daniel Becker

    due to lack of interest today’s breakfast Ride is canceled. 

  • 26 Apr 2019 8:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We have a 25-mile route ready to roll next Friday, May 3rd to coincide with the Red Bird Arts District Sylvania Art Walk. We will leave from Maplewood Elementary (6769 Maplewood Ave, Sylvania OH 43560) at 5:30pm.  16-18 mph avg. Join us!


  • 25 Apr 2019 10:31 AM | Daniel Riley (Administrator)

    This Saturday’s Adventurer’s 40 mile ride will take us to the lovely village of Blissfield for a breakfast stop at a riders favorite - Blissfield Coney Island. Our stop will be at mile 25, so we’ll arrive about 10:30. On the way we’ll visit Metamora, and breeze through the outskirts of Ottawa Lake. You ask “But how about those Michigan roads?” The roads are mostly good with the exception of Beamer Road into Blissfield. 

    We’ll start at 9:00 sharp from the Secor Park Nature Center/Center for Photography. Weather is predicted to be clear, but cold, with temps starting in the low 40’s moving up into the 50’s. (This is what I get for going south for vacation!) Winds? It’s a Dan ride, so of course there’ll be winds - 10 mph out of the WNW - so we can practice working as a group. I’d like to keep us close to a 17 mph average but we’ll see how things work out. You view the route and download a GPS file at:


    Hope to see you this Saturday!

  • 25 Apr 2019 8:01 AM | Rick Metcalf

    One week, 7 days, 179 hours from now.......5fer Thursday returns. The park will be open, the road will be repaved, the fun will be back! Veteran ride leaders, Matt Cleland, Tim Eckel, myself, Tony Mazzullo and Jodie Petcoff welcome new GLR leader John Caldeen and all of you to another fantastic cycling season.

  • 24 Apr 2019 8:52 PM | Roger Sweigart

    Hoping for better weather this Saturday!

    Join us this Saturday for a 32 mile Meandering ride  from Whitehouse to Liberty Center. This is a no drop ride. It is meant for beginners or someone who wants to enjoy the scenery.  See you at 9AM at Cycle Werks. An eatery for after the ride will be decided on at the ride.

    The ride can be downloaded at


  • 24 Apr 2019 10:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    TAB is working with the Red Bird Arts District in Sylvania to plan a group ride in association with their 2019 Sylvania Art Walk Pedals + Petals celebration on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00-8:00pm. We are scheduling a group ride out of Maplewood Elementary at 6769 Maplewood Ave, Sylvania, OH 43560 with the plan to roll out at 5:30pm (Approx. 25 miles @ 16-18 avg). I will post the route once we have it ironed out. Hope to see you there for some exercise and art!

    -Ron Schieb

  • 24 Apr 2019 9:54 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I talked to the powers [that] be today telling them of the May 2 deadline to get River Road fixed. I was assured that they will have the road open for 6fer Thursday.

    Long live 6fer Thursday!

    -Rick Metcalf

  • 24 Apr 2019 9:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Unofficial 1 Week before Windsday™ ride.

    Today (4/24), 6:30 @ Timberstone. 17-ish pace. Hope to see you there!

    Timberstone Jr High, 9000 W Sylvania Ave, Sylvania, OH 43560

    -Dan Riley

  • 24 Apr 2019 9:47 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    15 riders departed Whitehouse on a very windy Tuesday Night Ride. We rode West using the trees in Oak Openings as a wind stop, which worked rather well. The return trip was a brisk 22 mph as everyone was enjoying the pleasure of a tailwind. Unfortunately, Randall Krohn had a mechanical which caused him to somersault over the handlebars. Fortunately no serious injuries occurred, except for some road rash and a broken bike. Some really nice folks on CR B loaded Randy and his bike in a truck and took him home to Waterville. 
    When we finished the ride we realized we were missing David Burkett; a search party was organized...Andrew Fritsch drove his car looking for the elusive Dave. I’m happy to report we found him at home.
    Join us next Tuesday for the last Night Ride until November. After the ride we will be regrouping at Local Tyme for beer and burgers.

    -Hugh Benning

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  • 24 Apr 2019 9:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Eleven cyclists rode out from Sue Richards’ home in Perrysburg for the 2019 edition of the Easter Bunny Ride. Most of the group rode 32 miles through rural Wood County to Luckey and back. A few, not having ridden much over the winter, opted to turn back early and settle for 21 miles. The temperature was in the 40s at ride start time, but warmed to the 50s near 60 by the time riders returned.

    But that’s not the best part! Upon return all riders enjoyed delicious food prepared by host Sue Richards. Thank you Sue for a wonderful brunch and all the work you did to prepare it!

    Attached are pictures of a few of the riders as they returned to Perrysburg.

    Chuck Nicewonder

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