New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, July 4 – 2013

Hello riders –

july4Thursday, July 4 (yes we’re riding today!) will be the 12th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm. I remain at the helm for another week as your not-so-fearless ride leader. We finally will have Mark Wilson (co-ride leader) back into the peloton this week from his trip out west, which I’ve heard he’s got some huge fitness gains from the trip…we’ll find out soon enough!

Since Mark was not here last week to write about our awesome ride you can read about his trip to the Grand Canyon on his blog.  If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to almost every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP July 4 – 2013B

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, June 27 – 2013

Hello riders –

IMPORTANT NOTE: Route 605 is still closed in front of the school. Park here (spot B) and we’ll meet at the normal parking lot.
Thursday, June 27 will be the 11th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm. I’m again at the helm this week as your not-so-fearless ride leader. This is the PEAK of mileage for the COP NA Thursday ride. We have the most sunlight we’ll have the entire season for this ride. Thus for a hardy few we’ll be taking on a 62 mile mega route aptly named “Dropped MW at CH” – translated as “Dropped Mark Wilson at Chestnut Hills”…this is where Mark’s witty first hand commentary will likely end and be passed on to the likes of Marty or Jon after he surely will be dropped on Chestnut Hills by the big boys in group A.

No pics or write up from last week’s ride as Mark Wilson admittedly blew off his blogging responsibilities last week. If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to almost every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP June 27 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, June 20 – 2013

Hello riders –

IMPORTANT NOTE: Route 605 is closed in front of the school. Park here (spot B) and we’ll meet at the normal parking lot.
Thursday, June 20 will be the 10th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm. I am back at the helm this week as your not-so-fearless ride leader.

Another Note: Last week there was a crash in the A Group and it was pretty serious. It is just a constant reminder that riding in groups can be dangerous…period. Please be sure to ride in the group that best suits your current riding ability. It’s much better to be the stronger rider in a slower group than being the weaker rider in a faster group.  That’s not necessarily why this accident happened (I was not there) but it just some good advice from a veteran rider that will help keep our incidents down.

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark). If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP June 20 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, June 13 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

IMPORTANT NOTE: Route 605 is closed in front of the school. Park here (spot B) and we’ll meet at the normal parking lot.
Thursday, June 13 will be the 9th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm. Mark Wilson will be the not-so-fearless ride leader on Thursday.

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark). If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP June 13 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, May 30 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

Thursday, May 30 (we’re going to ride the May 23rd route) will be the 7th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm. The storm last week forced us to change the route,

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark). If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to every ride. Mark is even humorous when he has an epic bail and went home to ride the couch 😉

Printable Map:
New Albany COP May 23 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, May 23 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

Thursday, May 23 will be the 6th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm.

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark). If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP May 23 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, May 16 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

Thursday, May 16 will be the 5th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm.

C_group_photo

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark). If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP May 16 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, May 9 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

Thursday, May 9 will be the 4th ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm.

COP_NA_groupGreat pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark). If you have not checked out Mark’s blog I encourage you to do so. He’s a very witty writer that brings a great narrative to every ride.

Printable Map:
New Albany COP May 9 – 2013

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, May 2 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

Thursday, May 2 will be the third ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm.

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark).
a_riders_unite

Printable Map:
New Albany COP May 2 – 2013 NEW

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.

New Albany COP Ride – Thursday, April 25 – 2013

Hello riders –

THIS WEEKS RIDE DETAILS

Thursday, April 25 will be the third ride of the New Albany COP Thursday ride season @ 6:00pm.

Great pics and a great write up from last week’s ride are here on Mark Wilson’s blog (thanks Mark).

JM_signing_inAH_with_group

Printable Map:

Map my Ride GPS link(s):
A Group
B Group
C Group

More about this ride:
New Albany COP Thursday Ride
6:00pm Ride Start at New Albany Elementary (87 N High St, New Albany, OH)
Here is a link to the start/finish location.

A, B and C groups. A = 22mph+, B = 18-21mph, C = 17mph & under
Distance:
A Group – 35 to 50 miles
B Group – 30 to 45 miles
C Group – 15 to 25 miles

Rolling to sometimes hilly terrain in and around Licking County.
Longer rides head toward Granville and do feature some significant hills. Color maps provided.

Questions:
Contact Shannon Kurek at Shannon.Kurek@hfpracing.com.