Tuesday Ladies Rides

**Update** 10/7/18 cider ride planned!!**

Hello Ladies! We have missed you! If you don’t have any plans for Sunday, October 7th, please join us for a bike ride to Clyde’s Cider Mill! It will be a 35.5 mile loop starting in Hopkinton. We will be meeting at the park and ride off of exit 1 from Rt. 95 at 8:30am. Hope to see you there!

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28725524

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Welcome to the Tuesday Women’s Rides!

The 2018 Tuesday night ladies ride is in the books. Thank you for another great season!! Stay tuned for some fall adventures…

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When: Spring and Summer Tuesdays. Road ride starting at 5:30 pm

Where: Stedman’s Bike Shop, Wakefield
Who: Ladies with bikes and helmets.

 The Stedman’s Women’s ride was started in 2012 with a small group of South County cyclists, and has in the last six years grown to a large group of women who gather weekly. We want to help women find a fun and welcoming community to ride with and help develop their riding abilities.

The Tuesday night ride is a road ride that starts at 5:30 from Stedman’s shop and heads out towards the Kingston Train Station, which is mile 6. From here, we split into 3 groups based on speed and distance. Three groups with cruising speeds (not average speed!) of 14-16mph, 16-18mph, and 18+ mph on flat roads will cover between 20-35 miles depending on the week and group. Our goals include improving riding skills within a group, overall confidence on the bike, specific skills such as handling, drafting, and cornering. We also aim to create a happy and fun ladies cycling community! We require a well-maintained road bike and a helmet and ask that you are comfortable maintaining 15mph on a flat road when riding alone.

How to get involved:

Each week’s routes will be posted here and on Facebook by Monday.

Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/StedmansWomensRide/ 

Email with any questions:
Jen: jenkrueger.ri@gmail.com or Julie: jagoggin@cox.net

Wakefield's bicycle shop since 1920

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