RBO Tuesday Night Road Ride

RBO Tuesday Night Road Ride

Every Tuesday in May, 6pm

This ride is open to all road bikers including beginners, the only prerequisites being 1) you have a road bike 2) helmet and 3) lights.

The route differs every week. There are three ride groups for different skill/intensity levels: Medium-Slow: This group generally stays on flatter ground and rides about 15-28 miles. The pace is generally 14-16 mph on flat ground and slows up the hills. Medium-Fast: Faster and more hills. Average speed on flat ground 18-20 mph, 25-35 miles. Race-Pace: Extremely fast, averages 25-30 mph when on flat ground.

Bike handling skills a must, sometimes fun, but always a good workout.

Four preset routes as this group is a "drop-ride."

Meet at the shop around 6 and leave at 6:15pm sharp. Pumps, changing rooms and bathroom available. If it's raining, we will have a trainer session in the studio."

Reser Bicycle Outfitters, 648 Monmouth St, Newport.

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