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Ride Schedule From 03/23/17 Thru 05/22/17

Pace Table
2017 RIDE SCHEDULE
Note: If "Ride Leader Needed!" or Ride Leader Name is followed by "?", the ride is still tentative!
 
Unless a Remote Start is listed, Winter Rides start at:
 
  ♦ Weekends & HolidaysPanera Bread, 1199 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette.
Do NOT park in the Panera parking lot.  On weekends, parking is available in the Metra lot along Poplar Drive to the south.
 
 ♦ Weekdays - Panera Bread, 1199 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette.
  
Rides will not take place if there is snow or ice on the surface of the road, or if it's raining or snowing.
Don't forget to check Weekly Rides for regular recurring rides and Rides Forum for rides added, changed, or canceled at the last minute!
 Click here for: Ride sign-in sheet for ride leader.
 
 Details:Yes  No   Pace:  Include:60 Days Rest All From: 
Date Time/Miles Pace Destination~Leader
03/25 Sat 2:30 PM
             
Ride Leader Training ~ Will Heelan
Wilmette Public Library Auditorium, 1242 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette, IL 60091
 
We will hold two sessions of Ride Leader training:
 
     -  2:30 pm for new Ride Leaders
 
     - 3:30 pm for all Ride Leaders
 
RSVP Required: Please see posting on Rides Forum for details!
 
04/09 Sun 9:00 AM
22             M
Back by Noon / North Shore Channel - Remote: Chandler ~ Jack Weiss
Remote Start:  Chandler Center, 1028 Central St., Evanston
On this ride we'll follow the North Shore Channel Trail into the city past Riverview to Belmont, visiting Ravenswood Gardens/Ravenswood Manor. There will be a rest/food stop halfway at Beans & Bagel, Rockwell and Leland.  Most of the ride is on paved trails in parks or on lightly traveled city streets.
04/16 Sun 9:00 AM
35             M
Lake Forest College Easter Brunch ~ Dana Taylor
Join us at 9:00 am on Easter Sunday for a Moderate ride to Lake Forest College for brunch.  If Tim's ride is too fast for you, but you still want to enjoy the abundant brunch (for only $9.92) join us at Panera in Wilmette.
The ride will not go if it is raining
04/16 Sun 9:30 AM
40             F
Lake Forest College Easter Brunch ~ Tim Schoolmaster
This will be a classic fast (15-17 mph) paced 40-mile ride to the fabulous Sunday Easter Brunch at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, IL. Depending on how many people show up, we may break into two groups.  We expect to get to Lake Forest at 11:30 am. 

Don`t eat breakfast before you leave for this ride! The brunch is huge! This year's price is $9.92.
 
We will hoist our bloated bodies onto our bikes about 12:30 or 1:00, and come home via the Green Bay Trail. We should be back by 3:00 pm, even with a restroom stop.
04/18 Tue 9:00 AM
40             M
Riverwoods ~ Neal Ney
A slightly circuitous route through Riverwoods with lunch at Greek Feast.
04/18 Tue 7:30 PM
             
Club Meeting: Bicycling the Chicago Way Part Deux ~ Shel Orkin
April 18: Bicycling the Chicago Way Part Deux
 
The six League Cycling Instructors (LCI’s) among the membership of the Evanston Bike Club will discuss and demonstrate bicycling tips to get you rolling in the right direction at the start of the traditional biking season.  Partake of the quintessential Chicago snack (hot dogs! no ketchup!) and learn what Daniel Burnham, Al Capone, the Cubs and culinary traditions have to do with cycling.   You'll also learn the basic skills that are covered when LCIs do safety training.  Chicago might be the “city on the make” but EBC members are “friends that ride at your pace almost every day” -- and we do so safely. 
 
Presenters: Joanne Davis, Liz Durham, Sharon Kaminecki, Andrew Kass, Barbara Miller, and Ben Schapiro
04/22 Sat 9:00 AM
50             F/F+
Century Training #1: Libertyville ~ Jeff Miller (F), Brian Montigney (F+)
50    This is the first of a series of rides to prepare for a 100 mile ride.
We will ride out to Libertyville for a delicious brunch at the Liberty Restaurant.
 
Jeff Miller will lead a Fast group (15-17 mph) and Brian Montigney will lead a Fast Plus group (17-20 mph).
 
04/26 Wed 8:30 AM
40             M
Lake Front Trail to new 35th St Bridge/ visit Stephen DouglasTomb /Balbo Monument ~ Joanne Davis
Lake Front Trail to new 35th St Bridge/ visit Stephen DouglasTomb /Balbo Monument
Leaving from Chandler: Hopefully the weather will be cooperative. We'll journey down the lake front trail and ride over the stunning new pedestrian bridge, followed by a visit to The Douglas Tomb.  Lunch at Misercordia in Rogers Park.
http://chicago.curbed.com/2016/11/10/13577246/chicago-transportation-new-35th-street-pedestrian-bike-bridge-bronzeville-opens
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_A._Douglas_Tomb
04/29 Sat 9:00 AM
60             F/F+
Century Training #2: Cuba Road ~ Jeff Miller (F), Melissa Gatuso (F+)
60   This is the second of a series of rides to prepare for a 100 mile ride

We will ride along the rolling hills of Cuba Road, beyond Cuba Marsh to Ela Rd, then stop at Long Grove for lunch on the way back.

Jeff Miller will lead a Fast group (15-17 mph) and Melissa Gatuso will lead a Fast Plus group (17-20 mph).
04/30 Sun 9:00 AM
20             Any
Improve Your Riding Skills ~ Joanne Davis/Sharon Kaminecki
Has your bike riding been limited to riding on the bike path?  Are your cycling skills a little rusty after the winter? Whether you are a novice bike rider or a hard-core commuter this educational presentation and ride will sharpen your bicycle skills. This will be a mini bicycle drivers education for you and your bike.  No matter how well you think you can ride a bike there are basic skills you can practice that will help you be safer and more confident on the street, road, or path. 

Sharon and Joanne, League Cycling Instructors, will demonstrate proper bike handling techniques, road safety, and best group riding practices. Participants will then have a chance to practice these skills with a casual ride.  This is a great way to get ready for all of the riding you'll be doing this summer!

04/30 Sun 9:00 AM
             
Advanced Cycling Clinic ~ Cons Gattuso
Come join a cycling clinic sponsored by the Chicago Women Elite Cycling group (CWEC). This clinic will include bike handling, safety, and group riding skills. The CWEC includes National and Olympic caliber cyclist and promotes women's involvement in bicycle racing. More information on the organization can be found here www.chicagowomenselite.com/ .
04/30 Sun 9:00 AM
24             C
Park Ridge ~ John Burger/Joyce Riffer
05/06 Sat 9:00 AM
20             M
Back by Noon / Super H - Remote: Chandler ~ Jack Weiss
Remote Start:  Chandler Center, 1028 Central St, Evanston
This is an easy ride to Niles with a rest/food stop at the Super H, a wonderful Korean food market.  Bring your backpacks so you can take home fresh seafood, vegetables, or dumplings.  We’ll travel on quiet streets for the most part, and the North Branch Trail.  Back by noon, unless you shop too long.
05/06 Sat 9:00 AM
70             F/F+
Century Training #3: Gurnee ~ Jeff Miller (F), Brian Montigney (F+)
70  This is the third of a series of rides to prepare for a 100 mile ride.
We will take an indirect route to Gurnee, passing Almond Marsh and catching a distant glimpse of the roller coasters at Six Flags.  Lunch will be at the Avalon restaurant in Gurnee.

Jeff Miller will lead a Fast group (15-17 mph) and Brian Montigney will lead a Fast Plus group (17-20 mph).
05/07 Sun 7:30 AM
60             M
C.E.R.T.'s Pancake Breakfast Ride in Lake Zurich ~ Dana Taylor
  We'll ride out to Lake Zurich for an all you can eat pancake breakfast.  For only $7 you get fluffy pancakes, sausages, muffins, coffee, juice and more!  There will also be a silent auction, raffles and music.  All proceeds go to support CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) of South Lake County.
05/07 Sun 8:00 AM
65             F
C.E.R.T.'s Pancake Breakfast Ride in Lake Zurich ~ Jeff Miller
  Prior to breakfast, we will do a few of the rollers on Cuba Road, circle Honey Lake and ride around the north side of Lake Zurich.  At mile 37, we will stop at the CERT Pancake Breakfast in Lake Zurich.  This is an all you can eat event for $7.00 per person.  The menu includes fluffy pancakes, sausages, muffins, coffee, juice and more!  There will be a silent auction, raffles and music.  All proceeds go to support CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) of South Lake County serving Hawthorn Woods, Kildeer, Lake Zurich and Ela Township - all communities we frequently ride through.
05/07 Sun 9:00 AM
50             M
Forest Home Cemetery ~ Neal Ney
Join me for a moderately paced 50-mile ride to Forest Home Cemetery in Forest Park.  We'll take a slow turn through the Cemetery stopping to look at the Haymarket Monument, Emma Goldman's grave, and the famed Dissenter's Row.
05/09 Tue 9:00 AM
45             M
Wright Woods ~ Neal Ney
Assuming that the trail conditions are relatively dry and that the wild flowers come in May this year rather than March or June, we'll take a short walk looking for spring ephemeral flowers.
05/10 Wed 8:30 AM
37             M
Second Presbyterian Church/Conservation Update - $ ~ Joanne Davis
Second Presbyterian Church/Conservation Update
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Presbyterian_Church_(Chicago)
Second Presbyterian Church is one of Chicago's architectural gems. The Prairie Ave industrialists (Pullman, Cobb, Blackstone and Armour) were members here. Architect James Renwick designed the Gothic Revival exterior and Howard Van Doren Shaw and Frederic Clay Bartlett redesigned the interior in the Arts and Crafts taste. In addition to the original interior fixtures and murals, memorial windows made by William Morris & Company, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, enhance the Church's interior. In 2013, Second Presbyterian Church was designated a National Historic Landmark in recognition of its Arts and Crafts interior. Please join us in visiting this historically significant architectural treasure.
 
We will have a private tour with docent and a fee (TBD) will be required.  Lunch will be at Eleven City Diner   on Wabash at 11th Street.  http://www.11.elevencitydiner.com/home
Back by 3PM
05/13 Sat 8:00 AM
80             F/F+
Century Training #4: Almost Algonquin via Cuba Rd ~ Will Heelan (F), Melissa Gatuso (F+)
80   Let's go forth for the fourth of a series of rides to prepare for a 100 mile ride.
This is a beautiful ride out to Barrington Hills.  There are nice rolling hills on Cuba Road and a few steeper hills in Barrington Hills.  We also ride by several small scenic lakes.

Will Heelan will lead a Fast group (15-17 mph) and Melissa Gatuso will lead a Fast Plus group (17-20 mph).
05/16 Tue 9:00 AM
45             M
Dutch Windmill in Elmhurst ~ Neal Ney
We will ride to the oldest windmill in Illinois located in Mt Emblem Cemetery in Elmhurst.
05/16 Tue 7:30 PM
             
Club Meeting: TOPIC TO BE DETERMINED ~ Shel Orkin
TOPIC TO BE DETERMINED
05/17 Wed 7:00 PM
10             C
Ride of Silence - REMOTE: Wheel & Sprocket ~ Dave Barish
Evanston will again participate in the International Ride of Silence, www.rideofsilence.org on May 17th at 7 pm. On this date, riders all over the world will ride in silence to remember riders who have been injured or killed on the roads and to support cyclists and cycling.
 
Remote Start: Wheel & Sprocket, 1027 Davis, Evanston.
Please be at Wheel and Sprocket before 7 so we can all  talk before we silently leave on the 11 mile ride. Wheel and Sprocket will host us for some refreshments after the  ride.  If you are riding home you will need a light as it will be dark by the time we are done. Need a light? You can get one at the shop. Rides all over the world leave at 7pm to honor and remember people injured or killed on the road.  There is a listing for the ride at http://www.thechainlink.org/events/evanston-ride-of-silence-1.  Come ride with us. This will be at a very casual pace. If you want to ride but are not near Evanston at 7 pm, you can try one of the other Rides of Silence in the Chicago area.  They are also listed on the calendar on The Chainlink. 
05/18 Thu 9:00 AM
13             C
Explore Evanston North ~ Barbara Miller
Explore Evanston North is an 13 mile meander through northern/central Evanston along marked bike routes, bike paths and protected bike lanes with a stop at a point of interest in each of five wards.  There will be more stops than the typical EBC ride - but the last one will include food, as usual, at a downtown location.
05/20 Sat 8:00 AM
90             F/F+
Century Training #5: Volo Bog ~ Peter Glaser (F), Will Heelan (F+)
90 This is the fifth of a series of rides to prepare for a 100 mile ride. 
We're almost up to a century!  This week's century training ride takes us out to Volo Bog.   We will pick up sandwiches at Subway, picnic at Volo Bog, take a short hike around the Bog and then ride on down the road to dessert at either the Deerfield Bakery or Culver's.
 
Peter Glaser will lead a Fast group (15-17 mph) and Will Heelan will lead a Fast Plus group (17-20 mph).
05/20 Sat 9:00 AM
22             C
This Old Bike Ride - Remote: Bucephalus Bikes ~ Joanne Davis
 Remote Start:  Bucephalus Bikes, 1424 Lake St, Evanston
Are you still fascinated and enthralled by your old (or current) bike?  Do you experience that "knees-in-the-breeze" freedom?  Feature your old, vintage or new steed and meet at Bucephalus Bikes, where we will be treated to some retro snacks of our childhood.  (Rest assured, we couldn't find any Tang.)  Curious?  Join us as we roll out to the Corner Bakery in the Glen.
All bikes are welcome - be it your old bike, your other bike or your only bike.  Maybe it would be fun to wear or bring a vintage or sentimental item or article of clothing.  We will probably be back between 12:30 and 1 pm.  Join us on this sentimental journey.
05/21 Sun 8:00 AM
28-69       V
Arlington 500 Ride ($) - Remote: Barrington High School ~ Felix Angelov
Remote start: Barrington High School - West Parking Lot, 616 W. Main Street, Barrington, Illinois 
Details are available on the Arlington Heights Bicycle Club website -  Arlington 500 ride
Email Felix  vikfel@yahoo.com if you are planning to ride with us, so he can keep you updated about what time we plan to start and where to meet.
05/21 Sun 9:00 AM
20             C
Chicago Botanic Garden Paved Trail Ride! - Remote: Harms Woods ~ Bill Benjamin
Remote Start: Harms Woods - Central (Groves 3&4) parking lot, 1/2 mile north of Golf on Harms Rd.  The parking lot is adjacent to the North Branch Trail.  We will ride the North Branch Bike Trail at a casual pace to the Chicago Botanic Garden.  Stop for a short walk and a snack then return by the trail.
 

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