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Coach Darryl Ride Schedule
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Rarely are there changes or cancellations but any will be posted on
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Coach Darryl Training is
Registering for January!
Last Months of the Year are a Food Blur
Start 2018 in Your Best Shape Ever
Our evening training class starts on Tuesday January 9, you KNOW you will need this class after eating your way through November and December! Start 2018 in the best conditioning of your life!
Join your cycling friends or make new ones.
Holiday Traditional Rides
Join us on these free fun rides from early November to the end of December. We ride at the pace of the slowest rider, usually Trek B2 to B3 speed (pedaling speed 13-14 MPH.) No one gets left behind. Whenever possible, we will have an optional lunch afterwards.
Sunday December 24
Our Very Popular
Annual Christmas Eve
"Last Taco Tuesday Summer Ride of the Year"
The Taco Tuesday route is one of the most popular rides of the year. We get to do it one more time before the year ends.
Note our weekly ride is Sunday not Saturday this weekend.
Also note the new starting location.
Starting at 6550 Riverdale St, San Diego, CA 92120 [MAP] at 8:30am, we will pedal through Mission Valley, Mission Bay to Hospitality Point, return to Friar's Road, climb the gradual slope of Linda Vista Road, to Aero Drive, down Murphy Canyon, and back to Riverdale.
The distance is about 25 miles.
Optional lunch afterwards at Rubio's like we do for every Taco Tuesday ride.
A threat of wet roads will cancel, the cancellation will be posted here.
This ends the Coach Darryl
2017 November & December
Nine weekend ride series
Coach Darryl will not be available to ride the last weekend of December
I hope you enjoyed the series.
After 2 months of more eating than riding, it is time for stationary training. Click here for info!