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Newcomer rides

Every Sunday. 

A monthly series of rides  with leader(s) who will  give some basic instruction in group riding skills, road cycling technique (braking and shifting etc)  and group riding etiquette.    

20 - 40 miles  may increase in distance and difficulty each week depending on the group.  May split into two groups. 

A beginner ride is held on the 3rd Sunday of each month.  (April - October weather permitting)

All riders need to wear helmets, gloves and carry at least one water bottle or a camelback. 

Please be at the start at least 15 minutes before the start time. 

No drop.  Lots of regroups.   No one rides alone. 

Check the calendar for start times and locations.

Weekday Rides

Mondays through Fridays: 23-mile Paradise Drive Loop.  Rolling from the parking lot at Corte Madera Community Park by the tennis courts and across from the Post Office on Pixley and Tamalpais.  Occasional options for different routes decided by group.  Varies between A and B pace.  Short regroups and coffee after.  No leader.  

Tuesdays:  Over the Mountain.  Meet at Corte Madera Town Park . Alpine Dam, Ridge Crest, Four Corners, Mill Valley, Camino Alto, back to Corte Madera . No leader.

Wednesdays:  Starting from Corte Madera Town Park. at 5:30 PM.  April  - mid October.  20-30 miles.  Routes will vary. 

Thursdays: Weather permitting, Muir Beach Loop. Hilly, moderate to fast pace. Meet at Corte Madera Community Park on Pixley Ave across from the post office . No leader.

Winter Schedule:  Rides start at 8:00 AM except in January and February when the schedule is flexible depending on weather conditions.  Call the  contact listed  for information.  All are welcome. 

Weekend rides

Check the calendar for newly posted weekend rides.  Usually 2 or 3 different rides posted for Saturday and/or Sunday.  Members receive updates as soon as rides are posted.
Nothing on the calendar?   Lead a Ride   It's easy and fun and you'll earn rewards.

Ride rules


Riders should carry I.D., cash, tube(s), flat repair kit, water bottle(s), and have their own map in case they get lost.

It is suggested that new or inexperienced riders phone or e-mail the ride leader to determine the degree of difficulty and pace of rides. Please do not call the ride leaders after 9:00 PM.

If the course seems too long or difficult, the ride leader can generally suggest an alternate starting place or bail-out route.
Non-members are welcome on club rides!  All non member are required to register and sign our waiver.  

RAIN CANCELS ALL RIDES, unless otherwise noted.