8 a.m. Sunday, July 11 Levee (35 miles StartFinish by ryy82944

VIEWS: 5 PAGES: 2

									TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

These rides are not sponsored by the Society and are organized by independent
cyclists.

Please refer to the Safety Rules listed after the ride schedule.

Refer back to this website for updates.

8 a.m. Sunday, July 11: Levee (35 miles: Start/Finish @ Audubon batture (The fly)
with the help of TBA.

8 a.m. Sunday, July 18: Levee (35 miles: Start/Finish @ Audubon batture (The fly)
with the help of Team Judy.

8 a.m. Sunday, July 25: Baton Rouge (35 miles: Start/Finish @ Alligator Bayou) with
the help of Team IMTT.

8 a.m. Sunday, August 1: Madisonville (40 miles: Start/Finish @ Morton's on Water
Street) with the help of Team Top This.

8 a.m. Sunday, August 8: Thibodaux (42 miles: Start/Finish @ Peltier Park) with the
help of Team Bayou Country Cyclists.

8 a.m. Sunday, August 15 (Tentative): Abita Short (45/60 miles: Start/Finish @
the Caboose on Koop Dr.) with the help of TBA.

8 a.m. Sunday, August 22 (Tentative): Abita Long (50 miles: Start/Finish @ the
Caboose on Koop Dr.) with the help of TBA.

8 a.m. Sunday, August 29 (Tentative): Blond (55 miles: Start/Finish @ the
Caboose on Koop Dr.) with the help of TBA.

8 a.m. Sunday, September 12: Bush (60 miles: Start/Finish @ the Caboose on Koop
Dr.) with the help of Team Road Sharks.

7.30 a.m. Saturday, September 18: Tour de Tangipohoa @ SLU $30 registration fee
Presented by Hammond Kiwanis Club begins at 7:30 and is SATURDAY.

7.30 a.m. Sunday, September 27th: CCC Century Ride @ Stewart’s Corner $35
registration fee Presented by Crescent City Cyclists begins at 7:30.
Safety Rules

•     You must wear a helmet.

•     Ride single file to the right at all times except when passing.

•     When passing other cyclists, be sure to convey your actions to the
      cyclists you are passing.

•     Make sure you check behind you before taking your action!

•     Obey all traffic signs, stops, etc.

•     Motion traffic as soon as it’s safe to pass around you.

•     Use hand signals to alert fellow cyclists of any dangers, cars, pot
      holes, of impending dangers, etc.

•     Don’t be afraid to communicate with fellow cyclists! Speak up!

•     It is always advisable to make eye contact with traffic at intersections
      to make sure they see you and are waiting for your action. Be
      courteous and make sure to thank them if they let you thru first!

•     The route is marked with MST in orange traffic paint at least twice
      before each turn and after each turn to let you know you’re on the
      right track.

•     Check your maps for rest stop areas.

•     SAG cell phone numbers are on the route maps.

•     Be predictable and wear bright colored clothing so motorists can see
      you and know that you’re a safe rider by your actions.

								
To top