July is INSANE!

Here are the rides for the Antelope Valley for July 2010. Holey Moley! There is something for everyone.

CYCOLOGY – The Lancaster Ride
Wednesday Nights – Ride Starts Promptly @ 7:30 PM
Lancaster City Park – Park & Ride (10th Street West & K-8) Arrive between 7:00pm & 7:15pm.
12 to 15 mph average for 20 miles and about 2 hours of ride time.
After the ride head to Coach’s Sports Bar & Grill for all you can eat wing special!

LanCoaster BLVD Bike Experience
Saturday July 10th – Ride Starts Promptly @ 9:00AM
Ride starts and finishes @ Lancaster City Hall on 44933 Fern Ave (just off of Lancaster BLVD).
This is a community ride! ALL BICYCLES ARE WELCOME! Family and kid friendly!
We ride the streets of Lancaster with Police escorts leading the way.
Perfect opportunity to meet more riders and ride parts of Lancaster you have never explored!
Pace is slow and social (not a race) 10 – 12 mph average and about 2 hours total.

AV High Desert Cyclists Brunch Ride – Santa Clarita – July 17, 2010
Join ride Leader Linda Pluss for a 20 mile ride to Mimi’s in Santa Clarita. Ride pace will be around 10 mph. This leisurely paced ride travels the stylin’ bike paths of the Santa Clarita Valley. Riders are welcome to either meet in the SCV area or ride from the AV. Email deeporbit@gmail.com for more information.

The Streets of AV Team Race
Sunday July 18th – Lancaster City Park @ 9:00AM
Ride starts and finishes @ Lancaster City Park
2 man teams with 3 different classes (All Male – Female – Co-Ed)
This will be a 5 check point race where each team member rides the course in the opposite direction.
Finish scores as BOTH members cross the line.
Race will be 20-25 miles and winning times will be just over an hour (we guess).

Coaster Brake Challenge – Summer Series
Race dates: July 4th, 11th, 18th, &25th.
Get your old beach cruiser, mountain bike or clunker out for this one.
All based in San Fernando Valley on Sunday Afternoons in July.
Old School MTB Racing at it’s finest!!! For more info go to:

High Desert Cyclists Annual AV to Ventura Ride
Saturday July 24th
Ride will leave the Antelope Valley from Marie Kerr Park at 7:00am and head to San Francisquito Canyon to Walmart in Santa Clarita. Riders not inclined to make the trek from Palmdale to Santa Clarita are welcome to join the pack at Walmart in Santa Clarita. This clips about 30 miles from the ride distance of about 80 total miles. There will be bbq, food, and drinks at the end of the ride at San Buena Ventura State Beach in Ventura. Non-members of the High Desert Cyclists are welcome to join us. If you are a non-member and wish to participate a small donation is requested but not required at the completion of the ride to offset costs.
A crew of riders are are planning on doing 100 miles by adding Munz- Bouquet-Spunky for a little longer route and catching the 80 mile group somewhere on the 126. Contact Rich at the Block Shop for the 100 mile ride details. Email deeporbit@gmail.com for the 80 mile ride. PLEASE RSVP to deeporbit@gmail.com so we can coordinate the proper amount of food and libations. Also, please understand that there is very limited to zero space for returning in automobiles. So it would be wise to arrange a shuttle to get you home unless you want to ride back to the AV. This is vital! Please make arrangements to get yourself home!

Poker Ride – July 31st, 2010…..stay tuned for more details!


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1 Response to July is INSANE!

  1. Wow, I had no idea bicycling was so popular out here. I’m really glad I stumbled across your site. I don’t race, but I enjoy a good ride and a chance to meet my fellow AVers.

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