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Group Rides Cancelled During COVID-19

Due to the current status of the COVID-19 debacle: All Group Rides are CANCELLED until further notice.  We apologize, and we miss seeing you all on our Group Rides!

Saturday: No Spandex Ride - CANCELLED Until Further Notice

Start: 11: 00 AM

From: Uptown Bicycles  (Banker's Hill)

          2665 5th Avenue San Diego, CA

Difficulty: Very Easy

Like riding bikes, but don't like spandex, join the Uptown Bicycles #NoSpandexSaturday group ride!

We start at 10:30 with a hosted mimosa and/or espresso, followed by a relaxed ride exploring the Uptown neighborhoods. This ride is: - Of course no drop - Usually less than 10 miles - Designed for all rider levels - Explores the uptown neighborhoods, good bicycle routes, and meet new friends!

Uptown Bicycles No-Spandex-Saturdays Group Ride

Sunday: Road Ride

 - CANCELLED Until Further Notice

Start: 9:00 AM

From: Uptown Bicycles (Banker's Hill)

          2665 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA

Difficulty: Intermediate

The Brooklyn ride is geared to more experienced riders, but is definitely a no-drop ride. With a civilized 9am start, we average about 14-16 mph, do some climbing and ride 40-60 miles. Routes are typically planned ahead, but plans can change depending on how everyone feels when we meet. Routes include riding up the coast, Mt. Soledad, Mission Gorge Rd, Mt. Helix and riding out to Otay Lake. This ride: - Is good for people who want a good ride, but it is not intimidating - Is good for riders trying to push their limits - Explores a lot of routes around the county, leaving from the Uptown area.

Wednesday: Dos Llantas Ride

 - CANCELLED Until Further Notice

Start: 8:00 PM

From: Uptown Bicycles (Normal Heights)

          3437 Adams Ave, San Diego, CA

Difficulty: Advanced

Dos Llantas, a local bicycle club, leads this ride!

Riders start assembling at Uptown Bicycles around 7:30pm and we leave at 8pm sharp. Routes vary, but the ride typically goes through Normal Height, University Heights, Hillcrest, down Presidio, around Fiesta Island and back to the uptown area for a beer. About Dos Llantas: Dos Llantas (Two Tires in Spanish) is a San Diego based bicycle club, aimed at encouraging the masses to go ride bikes. The name is inspired our love for all things on two tires. We ride for fun, we ride for the environment, and we ride to go fast. More at @dosllantas

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