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SVR (Saturday Velo Ride) Cycling Blog

Spring has Sprung! SVR looking great for Saturday
By Mike Madden
Posted on 4/09/2015 3:13 PM

Riders,

 

It looks like Spring is finally here…. Yippee!!!  With a little luck, this weather-maker will move on through and clear the skies for a great ride for Saturday morning…  so be ready to ride…

 

NOTE:  The ECE Kits are almost finished…  look for ordering information to be posted VERY soon… stay tuned to the FaceBook page and watch the email for announcements and ordering information…

 

 The ECE-ECE SVR (Everyone Can Exercise-Electric City Endurance Saturday Velo Ride) of 18 to 47 miles.  We gather in the parking lot (the portion closest to McGee/Concord intersection) at New Spring Church in Anderson… The distance and pace varies according to your desire… The departure time remains 9AM…   

 

And for all you CLIMBERS out there… save the date… April 25 is the Issaqueena’s Last Ride… registration also available via active.com site.

 

AND for you who do TRI or want to TRI… Anderson YMCA Triathlon is this Sunday, April 12… should be fun for everyone…  registration is available at www.setupevents.com

 

And if you don’t TRI… you can volunteer… see the website for more info….. actually, that’s my preferred duty… watching  others going deep in the pain cave!!!!

 

Don’t’ forget TNR has started…. Departure time is 6pm from downtown Pendleton…

 

If you don’t ride… please check the ECE calendar on the website… details of the Sunday Morning run are listed….  And that group is getting bigger and bigger and bigger… I’m talking about numbers of runners and not sizes…

 

Remember to join us on FaceBook… Electric City Endurance to keep up-to-date on various fun things!!!  And visit the website…. Heck fire, post something on the website!!!!

 

The Announcer X 5 and counting… oh yes I did…. 

 

The ECE SVR is just an open invitation to ride that’s not sanctioned or sponsored by me or anyone else.  Everyone rides at their own risk and assumes full responsibility for themselves.