Group Rides This Weekend | Weekend of SEPTEMBER 4, 2021 – Uptown Bicycles
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Group Rides This Weekend | Weekend of SEPTEMBER 4, 2021

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Saturdays at 10:30am 

Uptown Bicycles Normal Heights Location


About the Saturday Ride

  • No Spandex required
  • Helmets are required
  • Mimosa and/or Espresso
  • We leave no riders behind
  • We make stop for drinks, food & group pictures
  • Designed for all rider levels
  • Typically under 10 miles

This Saturday

This Labor Day Weekend, Eleni is leading a NoSpandexSaturday ride that will go the distance. She is taking everyone to Mitch’s Seafood, which has always been one of our favorite destinations. The distance of the ride may be a little longer than a typical Saturday ride, but it will still be a relaxed easy pace.


StartUptown Bicycles -  Normal Heights

3426 Adams Ave., San Diego, CA 92116


As always, we’ll meet at 10:30am. We’ll have coffee and beverages while we gather, and will depart the Normal Heights shop around 11:00am.


Distance: ~ 10 Miles


Highlights: We will explore the Uptown neighborhoods of Normal Heights,University Hills, Hillcrest, Bankers Hill, Little Italy, and N Harbor Drive on our way to/from our lunch stop at Mitch’s Seafood.


Finish: We’ll finish the ride back at the Normal Heights shop, sometime around 4:30pm.


*We are open to suggestions and itinerary changes along the way


#Sunday Ride

Sundays at 8:30am

Uptown Bicycles Bankers Hill Location


About the Sunday Ride

  • Explore new routes around the County
  • No-Drop / No-Intimidation 
  • Geared towards experienced road riders
  • Take on challenging rides with a group
  • Other riders help push your limits
  • Leaves from the Uptown area

This Sunday

Taylor will lead a ride through San Clemente Canyon and Father Junipero Serra Trail.


Distance: ~ 49 Miles


Elevation: ~ 2,100 Feet


Start: We will depart from Uptown Bicycles Bankers Hill Location at 8:30am.

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