Ready for a different side of Baldy you may have not seen, we are climbing up Baldy road for 25 miles of climbing. We will be coming down GMR road and having lunch in Encanto.
SAG Support: The will be one SAG vehicle that will meet riders at various locations (7:30am start, 8:00 am start, thompson creek maintenance rd, Mt. Baldy/Mills, Mt.Baldy/Shinn Rd, Mt. Baldy Village, Glendora Ridge/GMR and Encanto) to provide water, bananas and other goodies. Please note that the SAG vehicle has limited room to transport riders! As a result, riders should carry the tools and supplies necessary prepared to do minor repairs on the road (e.g., changing a flat). Also, look for the SAG vehicle at Encanto for a small lunch. Any suggestions for lunch are welcome since we still haven't figured it out.
- All riders should be prepared to do minor repairs on the road (e.g., change a flat)
- Due to the challenging nature of most club supported rides, groups will invariably form and split up en route depending on riders levels of fitness, training goals, etc.
- For your safety, please wear a helmet while riding.
- Inclement weather may result in a change of the route or cancellation of event.
- Guests are welcome, but are required to RSVP and fill out a ride waiver.
- 7:30am: Endurance (led by Leticia Montanez)
- 8am: Racers
- Distance: 53mi short and 62 miles (ski lifts), more mileage can be gained by taking HWY 39 back but there will be no support.
- Elevation: 5,595ft' (short) and 7,945ft (long)
- Difficulty: 8 get those climbing legs ready!
- Map: http://www.strava.com/routes/4784906 (short), http://www.strava.com/routes/4784823 (long)
- Route description: Up Baldy road to the Baldy Village and down GMR for lots of fun
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