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AABTS Ride Calendar Updates

Please note the following policy on Invitational Rides, for the purposes of AABTS Club Mileage Accumulation:
"Invitational rides sponsored by non-profit organizations, such as other cycling clubs or charitable organizations, can count for club mileage, as long as they appear in the ride calendar and an AABTS member is designated as ride leader.  

Also, commercial rides for profit (such as VBT or Backroads) may count for mileage credit and can be placed on the calendar, as long as
there is room and time for other AABTS members to join.
Notice of invitational rides must appear in plenty of time for other members to make arrangements to attend. Rides will not be placed on the ride calendar if it is not reasonable that others may register and get into the ride."




Fridays (Rest of August)
9:00 am
Joe’s Breakfast Club

Ride with one of the most congenial groups in Washtenaw County to Dexter and beyond.
Start:  Barton Park, on Huron River Drive just West of Bird Rd.  (one-mile West of Main St.)
C: 18-34+ mi 
Dan Harrison 734-476-4944 a2dan@sbcglobal.net 
Vickie Smith 734-996-9461 vickie.smith@comcast.net 

OUT OF AREA Weekly Rides 




Aug 28-Sep 5 (Sun-Mon)

REI Vienna to Prague Cycling Tour

Starting in Vienna, explore medieval towns & castles in southern Moravia & Bohemia en route to Prague. Daily mileage of 25-35 miles with longer options available. Space limited—sign up early! https://www.rei.com/adventures/trips/cycling#Europe

Captain: Jim Knight 734-478-0424 jwknight46@gmail.com

Sep 6-20, 2017 (Wed-Wed)

BAC Lake Michigan Ramble
Ludington to Mackinac Island. This tour of Michigan's northwestern lower peninsula encompasses some of the state's most beautiful scenery and best cycling. The ride follows the shoreline of Lake Michigan, and includes overnights in Onekama, Frankfort, Glen Arbor, Leland, Traverse City, Bellaire, Charlevoix, Petoskey, & ending with 2 nights on Mackinac Island. Highlights are Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Tunnel of Trees, Mission Point, Charlevoix's Mushroom Houses, car-free Mackinac Island, and more. Sign-up starts Sep 1, 2016; fills quickly! www.bicycleadventureclub.org

Captains: Dorothy Stock  734-717-0208  dorothy.stock@comcast.net & Alex Wagner  734-997-7484  alexwagner1136@gmail.com

Oct 30 (Sun)

28th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Century

Cocoa Village, FL. Riders will pass by the Kennedy Space Center, rest at our SAG stop located at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, and ride quiet tree-lined roads along the Indian River and the historic River Road (old 2-lane US-1) lined with turn-of-century estates along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway. Routes offered: 14, 28, 65, & 102 miles.


Captain: Randy Rubin  734-660-8800  randy@northernvending.com