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Old 06-11-08, 09:15 PM
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looking for riding clubs in the bay area

Hello and please dont hesitate to respond I just recently returned back to the bay area from florida, I live in the walnut creek area and Im looking for bicycle rides in the area. groups or even clubs im not a hard rider but like long rides 100 and short rides 30. I adverage 15 to 20 miles an hour so help me find my rides lol
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Old 06-11-08, 09:48 PM
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Are you the guy I met at the base of Sierra Road in San Jose/Milpitas at about 6pm on Sunday? I was wearing yellow. But if you're from Walnut Creek I'm thinking maybe not...
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http://www.diablocyclists.org/
http://www.grizzlypeakcyclists.org/
http://www.oaklandyellowjackets.org/
http://fremontfreewheelers.org/
http://www.eastbayveloclub.com
http://www.duro.org/

and, of course, the BikeForums.net NORCAL group.
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Hey, did I ride part-way up the Northgate on Mt. Diablo today with you (I was the one doing D-peats, with a Tour of Napa Valley jersey on)?

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nope!!! sorry

I might be that guy next time you ride that hill but at the bottom???? Explain the tester ?
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hey john was looking for you !

I thought you said johnd 750 lol yeah it was me.. sorry I made it as far as the house then to the gate but I was done.. my legs were done im really going to check into that lower sprocket. It was definately a workout Im going to try it again on friday if not then sat just worried about the traffic on a sat am ride.

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I thought you said johnd 750 lol yeah it was me.. sorry I made it as far as the house then to the gate but I was done.. my legs were done im really going to check into that lower sprocket. It was definately a workout Im going to try it again on friday if not then sat just worried about the traffic on a sat am ride.

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Glad you found the Bike Forums site.

Keep at it on Diablo - it might be easier for you to swap out to a compact double instead of trying to make a triple work, since you already have a bike with a standard double. Swapping to a triple would involve changing lots of stuff, including potentially your rear derailleur. Based on how you were doing today, it won't take you long before you are climbing Diablo with whatever gearing you choose.


Stick with it! - and check on here for rides. Lots of them get setup on here, and most will have both an easy-going group and a faster group. You'll do fine on most of them.

JB

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Valley Spokesmen is out of Dublin, in your neck-o-the-woods.

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