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Mountain Bike Ride: Marin Headlands

Bayside Adventure Sports - G1Outdoors
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Endorsed by Curators:
May 20 7:00AM - 8:00AM

Intermediate Mountain Bike Ride
Marin Headlands
April 8, 2017

BRIEF RIDE SYNOPSIS:Beautiful breathtaking views of the Headlands, the Pacific Ocean and the surrounding bay area has made this ride popular with the mountain bike division of Bayside Adventure Sports. Most of the trails well be riding are double track or fire roads so technical skills wont be in high demand but you will be doing a lot of climbing so bring your climbing legs!

RIDE SCRIPTURE:Pro 3:19-20 By wisdom the Lord laid the earths foundations, by understanding he set the heavens in place, by his knowledge the deeps were divided and the clouds let drop the dew.

PRE-RIDE INFORMATION

Please sign our liability release athttps://www.smartwaiver.com/v/baswaiver

AnannualBaysideadventure Sport membership is required for this event.If you are new to BAS, a one month trial membership is available (valid for most of our free events) This annual fee helps offset our high insurance cost and helps keep most of our events free. For individuals it's only $25/year! Families are $50/year. Additional donations are also accepted and tax deductible as well. For member benefits and to join, or donate, please see our membership page atwww.baysideadventuresports.com/membership

Sorry - dogs and alcohol are not permitted on BAS events due to liability issues.

Each person participate at their own risk and should have their own health insurance.BAS does not cover any injuries in any of their events.

DISTANCE and ELEVATION GAIN:

We should have two ride leaders so well have a few route options will be available.

Depending on our group and riders abilities the long route we start at Rodeo Lagoon with a long climb up the Headlands and fun drop into Tennessee Valley then another climb before taking a really fun single track drop into Muir Beach before returning to Rodeo Valley for 22-23 miles and 4,000 of climbing. Other shorter routes with less climbing will be available at 10-15 miles and 2,000 of climbing.

FOOD and Water: At least 80 oz of water is required, bring your own food and/or energy bars for the ride. HELMET AND CLOTHING:Helmets are required! Proper clothing and shoes for the weather conditions will make your ride that much more enjoyable.

WEATHER ALERT:Rain or severe weather will cancel our ride.

If you have any QUESTIONS please feel free to contact me

Dennis Tromburg[masked] or dennistromburg@gmail.com

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