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Madison County Lake-Sharps Cove-33 (TIME CORRECTION)

When:
Saturday, July 8, 2017, 7:30 AM until 9:00 AM
Where:
Gurley City Park
225 Walker St
Gurley, AL  
Contact:
Hunter Chockley
256 527-8643
Category:
Moderate Ride
Registration is not Required

Title: Madison County Lake & Sharps Cove 33

Distance: 33 Miles (2 paces)

Start Location: Gurley City Park- Next to the Gurley Library (Library address is 225 Walker St, Gurley)
Date & Start Time: Saturday, 8 Jul @ 7:30 AM

Ride Leaders: Hunter Chockley, chockleyj@bellsouth.net, 256 527-8643, & Raul Briseno (slower pace), raulbriseno@me.com, 563 940-3888 (cell)

 

Description:  It looks like we will get a rain break early tomorrow evening. This is a joint moderate 33-mile ride with a bunch of rollers but NO major climb. The route goes to Madison County Lake, and then to Sharps Cove. It is a scenic route and the segment to Sharps Cove is beautiful. The anticipated pace for the faster ride is ~15-16 mph & 13-14 mph for the slower ride. The slower ride is a NRLB. The cumulative climb ~1197 ft. Front & Rear lights are needed.

The following is the cue sheet/map:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/22887655 . This route is included in the SCCC RWGPS Account.

Rest Stop: Madison County Lake ~12 miles & Quick Stop @ Sharps Cove ~17.4 miles.

Will monitor the weather forecast for Sat.

 

Bring a cue sheet and/or a map and/or loaded Garmin and also have the phone number of the Ride Leader and the phone number of at least one friend.

Again, this is a moderate joint ride with a bunch of rollers but no major climb. Be sure you can do the stated average pace for the stated miles. If you choose to ride at a much faster pace or deviate from the route then you are on your own