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A Ride To Test Modifications To 100 Mile RACC Route (with Donut Stop) - 10AM Ridgefield Park N Ride

Saturday, January 12, 2019, 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM
Ridgefield Park N Ride
Next to Country Cafe
Address is Country Cafe
6370 Pioneer St
Ridgefield, WA  98642
Dennis Hatton
360-606-8940 (p)
Club Ride
Registration is not Required


31 miles






2,200 ft


Ride Type:



Cancellation Guidelines:

Snow / Ice / Active Thunderstorms / Wind > 25 mph



The RACC century and metric century routes are changing for 2019 because of construction planned on the normal route.  The Daybreak park rest area will not be used for 2019.  I am going to ride a route to showcase a proposed change to the 100 mile RACC.  All are welcome though this is oriented to the RACC committee.  We will ride the old, eliminated section in reverse and then ride the new, proposed section in the order it would be ridden for RACC.

Ride bonus: A stop at Sadie and Josie's Bakery, where Jan wrote that she ate "THE WORLD'S BEST DONUT".

Here is the planned route:

This will be a moderately paced re-group ride where we will regroup at the top of all steeper climbs and at other times.  I will not be climbing at a fast pace.  After we reach the new section there may be stops to discuss issues with the route and what needs to be done to mark and sign the route for the riders.

Currently, the weather is predicted to be dry for Saturday.  If it is too rainy I plan to shorten the ride to go directly to the new section.  There is a steep, curvy descent which will need to be ridden carefully whether or not it is wet.

Start location is a the Ridgefield Park and Ride.

Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign up and be a part of the announcements and safety briefing. Riders are expected to have read the Safe Riding Policy and be familiar with the Ride Style Definitions. Please direct questions to the ride leader or Road Captain. Helmets are required. Lights (front and rear), RoadIDs and cell phones are recommended. Please make sure to print a ride cue sheet, if you need one. Make sure your bike is in good working order. Riders should be able to maintain the stated pace. Please communicate with the leader if you decide to go off route or not return to the start.


Remember - we want to be awesome representatives for cycling and spread a love for our great sport locally by obeying all traffic laws and riding in a safe and courteous manner. Ride safely and have fun!

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