Ride & Events Waiver must be signed prior to participation and will be kept on file for all future rides. 
- Please familiarize yourself with “Katie’s Momma Duck List”.
- Please arrive early to allow yourself time before the ride leaves to prepare.
 

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Weekly Rides

Saturday Morning Ride (Year Round)
7:30 am
34 Miles
Route
*Beginning 20ish miles 17/18mph, remaining miles will be whatever pace you desire.
*It has and will continue to be my goal to try to keep the group together until we hit a certain point in the ride where it tends to naturally break up.  I try to have everyone identify who's in what group so communication can happen amongst the group.
*This is a drop ride, however, if it is communicated to me I try to make sure no one is dropped.

Saturday Morning Casual/Beginner Ride – NO DROP (Year Round)
10:00 am
9+ Miles - 14mph average speed
Route may vary. Example route
***HOWEVER***
*Joseph's dad, Joe, leads this ride. He also "momma duck's" this ride, to make sure we all have fun, be safe, and the ride is what it is advertised!
*Do not be discouraged if 9 miles seems like a lot. Someone will ride with you for the distance you are able to do.

 
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Seasonal Weekly Rides

Tuesday Night Hammerfest  (Spring & Summer)
Rear lights are required.
6:00 pm
25 Miles
Route
*I have been told that we average 27+mph. That would be awesome, however, we typically average 20+mph. Come play!

Thursday Night Social Ride – NO DROP (Spring & Summer)
Rear lights are required.
6:00 pm
20 Miles, 17/18 mph
Route
 *I, Katie, "momma duck" the heck out of this ride to make sure we all have fun, be safe, and the ride is what it is advertised!

Thursday Night Casual/Beginner Ride – NO DROP (Spring & Summer)
6:00 pm
9+ Miles
14+ mph
Route may vary. Example route
***HOWEVER***
This is a NO DROP ride!!!
*Joseph's dad, Joe, leads this ride. He also "momma duck's" this ride, to make sure we all have fun, be safe, and the ride is what it is advertised!
*Do not be discouraged if 9 miles seems like a lot. Someone will ride with you for the distance you are able to do.

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8th Annual Turkey Fondo

Family friendly, social, or faster pace ride along scenic Mobile Bay! 

Date

Thanksgiving Morning

Location
Pro Cycle & Triathlon
510 Fairhope Ave, Fairhope, AL 36532

Time
7:30AM
*PACE – Ride the pace you want.

Route
Out and Back
Ride as far as you want and turn around.
Fairhope Ave to Scenic 98 merging into CR1- ROUTE

Entry Fee
There is no official entry fee, but it is encouraged to bring a monetary donation, checks preferable, for the non-profit, Fairhope Cycling Project, in lieu of entry fee. 
Proceeds specifically from the Turkey Fondo will be used throughout Baldwin and Mobile Counties.

Refreshments
Coffee and homemade goodies to be served post ride. Feel free to bring coffee additives of the adult variety. We've also had some delicious food brought in years past as well and we don't mind that at all! 

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L.A.M.B.

Date - Annually, 2nd Sunday, November
Time - 6:00AM
Distance - 120+miles
Route - THERE IS NOT A SET ROUTE.
Pace - see below
* Not suited for all skill levels. If you have never done over 100+ miles you may want to sit this one out, this won't be our last LAMB ride we host and you will have future opportunities to conquer Mobile Bay. Feel free to meet up with the group and split off at any time.

The ride will be LEAVING at 6:00am. Be sure to arrive and be ready to roll on time. Rear taillight required. This ride leaves in the dark. This ride also requires the group to catch a ferry once we arrive at Dauphin Island. There is a ferry scheduled to leave at 9:30am and chances are that they won't be waiting on us. HOWEVER, we leave at 6:00am in hopes of making the earlier ferry BUT it is not guaranteed in the event of uncontrollable circumstances such as mechanicals, trains, etc. There is another ferry scheduled to leave at 11:00am.
Click HERE for the Mobile Bay Ferry schedule.

Pace
Moderate 18-20 mph pace. We will make it a no drop so we will stick together. If you have doubts that you can handle this route and pace please be considerate so we can keep the group moving at a moderate pace, it will be a long day either way. This route is somewhat flat but can get very windy, especially at the top of the Dauphin Island Bridge.  Be sure to bring ample cash for rest stops and to pay the ferry toll. We will find a volunteer to follow us in a car. If you're interested or know of somebody interested in providing SAG support let us know.

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Goat Path TT

To
Be
Announced

2017 Results