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Old 12-31-07, 05:49 PM   #1
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Hessen, Germany Group Rides

Looking for a group ride in the Wiesbaden/Mainz area. Anybody from this area? I get out by myself but am looking for a group to get that added push. Any locals interested in starting a group thing would be good too.
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You can try Radsportverein Wiesbaden at http://www.radsportverein-wiesbaden.de/index2.html. They used to meet Wednesdays at the Burgerhaus in WI-Erbinheim. Also if you have access to the US base, the Wisebaden Army Airfield outdoor rec used to have Sunday rides. The outdoor rec phone is 0611-705-5760 M-F 9:30-18:00. I think there are two other German clubs in Wiesbaden too.
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Good training group is leaving saturday/sunday from train station Mainz Kastell 11am. This is the meeting time from Nov- April....then the racing season is full on. They ride in a area called "Ried" which is south of Frankfurt...nice flat, perfect for base miles. Usually 1-2 store stops...ride length...2-5hrs
They ride almost under all conditions, if it is wet you want to make sure you have fenders on...or you ride in the back the entire time. This group is a mix of weekend warriors and Conti Pro Riders and MTB WorlCup riders...but don't be affraif very cool guy's for more info and pictures CLICK HERE
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