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Tuesday Night Ladies Ride

TNLR - Last Ride of the 2020 Season!
By Chrissie Taveira
Posted on 10/11/2020 1:31 PM

PBA Tuesday Night Ladies Ride (TNLR)  6PM
Tuesday, 10/13/2020

Last Ride of the Season

PBA Sanctioned!  Woo Hoo

 

Ladies Serious Group (16.5+)
Register Serious Pace:
Serious Group

Ladies Conversational Group (13.5+)
Register Chatty Pace:
Chatty Pace

 

FRONT AND REAR LIGHTS ARE REQUIRED!


This is a NO DROP ride and we will go approximately 19 miles.

After the ride all are welcome to meet at the watering hole – Geckos Plano!!

 

Location:
Parking Lot behind the old TriShop

6101 Windhaven Pkwy #100
Plano, TX 75093
(NE Corner of Windhaven and Communications Pkwy - we meet on the west side of the building).

 

 
PLEASE ARRIVE AT THE START BY 5:45PM FOR THE PRE-RIDE SPEECH AND SIGN-IN.

Rolling Times:

A Group – 6PM

B Group – 6:10PM

 

 

Housekeeping:
1. Remember to bring your flat kit.
2. Inflate your tires to the recommended PSI before every ride. Road bike tires need to be checked before each ride. 
3. Charge and bring your lights. (Lights are required)
4. Arrive 15 minutes before the start of the ride
5. Bring 2 water bottles and fill them with water or an electrolyte drink.

 

Covid Tips:

  • Reserved to PBA members ONLY
  • All riders must wear a face mask before the ride starts, at rest stops, and when the ride concludes. If you do not, the Ride Leader will ask you to leave the group.
  • Riders should bring their own hand sanitizer.
  • Riders are asked to respect the distance between other riders in the parking lot, rest-stops and during the ride.
  • PROHIBITED: Spitting, “snot rockets,” and other similar types of unsanitary behavior.
  • Coughing and sneezing must be covered, preferably into the crook of your arm.
  • Do not touch another rider or rider's belongings, including their bike, without their personal consent.
  • Riders are expected to be fully aware of and compliant with PBA ride policies and etiquette.
  • All riders within a group are affected by struggling riders; be certain you choose the ride best suited to your current skill level. If you have not been riding consistently, we suggest choosing a ride level lower than what you would normally ride.
  • Have pre-arranged SAG support, phone, and contact to support yourself in case you cannot complete a chosen ride.
  • Please take turns and voluntarily limit the number of members inside a rest stop.