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|Date||Saturday, September 4, 2021 at 8:00am|
Construction on US 89 renders the top of Weber Dr inaccessible to bikes, so no chance to ride the best downhill in the county. But we still have the confluence of the Weber and Ogden Rivers and the obscure pedestrian bridge at the north edge of the course. And a new record for roundabouts. Fairfield Rd is no Weber Dr but still a fun six-mile descent to end the day. Some urban, suburban, and rural roads familiar to BCC riders and some new roads as well.
The route will not be marked, but cue sheets will be available. Please review the Ride With GPS map and be familiar with the route. Sending the route to your smart phone’s RWGPS mobile app will give you audible cues.
|Pace||O Open-paced ride|
4: The rollers and grades that occur in the valleys. Good examples are short but fairly steep hills such as Winchester Hill at 1300 W. and Temple Hill on 4000 W. Rides typically have 1000 feet or less in total vertical gain. Most of our rides fall into this category.
|Bathrooms Available at Start||No|
Ponds Park. 50 E Burton Ln, Kaysville, UT 84037. Park near the restrooms, which might be closed.
|Ride Leader||Timothy Shea | 801-598-0294 | firstname.lastname@example.org|