Point to Point, 2015

Rain or shine, we ride this Sunday.

DETAILS:
Point to Point. 93 mi., 2000ft. (short and flat)
Date/Time: Sunday Jan. 4th. 7:50 meet-up, 8:05 leave
Start: Federal Hill Park STARTMAP
Route Map (click EXPORT for GPS files): ROUTEMAP
Cue Sheet (print one, or ask me to bring an extra): CUESHEET

A few notes about the new route:
The start is at Fed Hill park. We’ll be exiting from the south of the park. There’s no specific area for a meet up, but the park is small so I’m sure we’ll see one another. Parking will be difficult in that neighborhood as permits are required. Try street parking further south near Riverside park or the parking garage at West st. between Light and Charles. Our new lunch stop for this route is Carson’s Creekside in Middle River. I think you’ll like it. The ride will end in Fells Point- not back at the start. You can easily ride back around the harbor to Fed Hill. Probably smart to bring a lock if you want a beer at the end. This is a rugged ride with lots of rough pavement. Choose your tires accordingly. Ask questions if you’ve got them.

RIP Tom P.

 

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About randoramble

long distance bike rider
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3 Responses to Point to Point, 2015

  1. randoramble says:

    Rain, rain, rain in the forecast. Nonetheless, I’m ready and wanting to ride tomorrow.
    I’ll be at Sam’s bagels on Light St. (just down the hill from the start) at about 7:30AM.

  2. randoramble says:

    Problem with cue sheet link should be fixed now.

  3. bonnev659 says:

    were you at the ride yesterday? I am glad for a great turnout but prefer if Tom was still alive today

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