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Phil's Fish Market ride

Sunday, September 26, 2021, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Alice's Resturant
17288 Skyline Blvd
Woodside, CA  
Additional Info:
Steve Lyon
Registration is recommended
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 12:01 AM
No Fee
Ride starts at Alice's Restaurant and ends at Phil's Fish Market in Moss Landing for lunch.

Map of route:

The following are some basic group ride protocols for anyone:

Be ready to leave on time. Show up with your tank full, your tires checked, with proper clothing and a bike which is safe to ride. Don't hold up your fellow riders because you did not prepare for the ride properly. Also, be prepared to help your fellow riders with any problems on the road.

Safe speed: The safe speed for road conditions will differ from rider to rider. You are responsible to pick a pace that is comfortable and within your ability. There will be plenty of opportunities to regroup. Do not ride beyond your limits in an attempt to keep up with other riders!

Do not follow too closely! Ride in staggered files on the freeway, and leave a safe distance between you and the next rider. It is very important to avoid following too closely on the secondary roads.
Passing: If you are prepared to ride faster than the rider in front, put your blinker on and pass. If you see a rider behind you preparing to pass, move over, and give plenty of room.

Stopping: If the group stops, be sure to pull off the road completely. When the group starts, be sure to look over your shoulder for approaching traffic before you pull out to follow the person in front of you.

Breakdowns: The sweep riders and riding friends may stop and provide assistance. It is not safe for then entire group to stop for one rider.

Taking off early: There are plenty of opportunities to take bail-out routes and head home early. It is appreciated if you let the ride leader, others in the group, or sweeps know that you are planning to take off early so we don't wait around and go looking for you.