|Ride Level||Coordinator||Average Speed||Description|
|Eric Torres||17.0 and up||See Ride Category descriptions at https://www.westchestercycleclub.org/RideCategories|
|Anil Malhotra||16.0 - 18.0|
|15.0 - 17.0|
|Steven Schwartz||13.0 - 15.0|
|Candice O'Brien||11.0 - 14.0|
|Paula Edlavitch||9.0 - 11.0|
|Andy Katell||up to 11.0||New Member/Orientation Rides|
|Laura Kelly||up to 11.0||Mountain Biking RIdes|
|Deborah Ramsey||up to 11.0||Hard Pack/Gravel Rides|
Ride leaders plan and lead rides. You can choose a ride to lead from the Cue Sheet library or you can write your own. For more info, take a look at the Ride Leader checklist.
The club has an excellent library of cue sheets available online (you must be a club member to access the cue sheet library).
Ride leaders are responsible for bringing these essential forms to each ride they lead: the Release Form (sign-in sheet), the Minor Release Form and the Accident Report Form.
Ride leaders must insure that every rider has read and signed the release waiver prior to starting the ride. Ride leaders can obtain additional forms by downloading the pdf files (above) and printing them out on their home computer. Sign-in Sheets and Minor Release Forms should be submitted to email@example.com after the ride. Alternatively, the leader (or assistant leader) can use the "Confirm" feature at the club website to record who showed up for the ride (but use paper sign-in for nonmembers on their one "free ride" and minors).
In the event of an accident, ride leaders must complete the Accident Report Form and mail it to as soon as is possible. WCC keeps a record of the forms and also submits them to our insurance company.