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Cinco de Velo is back

By Lewis Insler updated 4/16/18
Cinco de Velo, our next all level ride, is just three weeks away, on Sunday, May 6thWe will return to the gorgeous grounds of the Edith Macy Center, this time using the summer camp-like lakeside “Kinderhaus.” If you were around when we held events here a few years back, this is where we used to have them. It wasn’t open for the Daffodil Ride because it is unheated.

Use  https://www.westchestercycleclub.org/Events/SignUp/183 to sign up for the buffet lunch and go to the (Cinco de Velo is back continues ...)

ICYMI: Prepare for the Season Part 1: Your Body Read about how to see performance improvements this season

By Shelly Mozlin on 3/18/18
ICYMI = In Case You Missed It

Thanks to Lew Insler* for putting together this fantastic dinner meeting. This dinner event was Part 1 of “preparing for the season.” Don’t miss Part 2 to learn how to prepare your bike for the season!

It’s spring! Everyone is ready to pump up the tires, throw the bike in (or on) the car, and reconnect with cycling buddies as a new season unfolds.  But are you really ready?  At the dinner meeting presentation by Personal Trainers Eve Hartman (ICYMI: Prepare for the Season Part 1: Your Body continues ...)

Club RWGPS Update

By Shelly Mozlin on 2/19/18 updated 3/02/18
Most of you already know that WCC now has a Ride With GPS (ridewithgps.com) Club Account.
We now have almost 300 routes in the Club RWGPS library.  The library is accessible to EVERYONE, with or without a RWGPS account.  It is a fantastic resource and we would like ride leaders to start at the RWGPS library when looking for routes and links.  
Check it out here:

It is very easy to sort the routes by name, starting location, or (Club RWGPS Update continues ...)

Highlights from the 2017 Board Meeting Minutes Don’t have the time to read them? Here is a summary.

By Laura Kelly on 2/06/18 updated 1/28/18
Minutes from meetings of the Board of Directors are posted on the website.  Don’t have the time to read them?  Here is a summary.  And if 430 words are too many, just read the words in bold!

  • In January, with the new Board in place, we began to plan events and locked down the date for our annual meeting and holiday party at the Kittle House.
  • In February, we approved an order for arm warmers. A Ride Leader Appreciation Party and a Ride Leader Summit were planned. A recommendation (Highlights from the 2017 Board Meeting Minutes continues ...)

WCC Bikes4Kids in the News Admit it! You are a couch Potato!

By Bill OConnell on 12/13/14 updated 3/07/18

Volunteers refurbish, donate bikes to New Rochelle kids

What do you do every night?
I'll bet that even though you ride every weekend, you crash on your couch every night and eat Bon Bons!  Instead of falling asleeep to the Bachelor, you could be getting some exercise, and doing some good for your community at the same time.  We Meet Every Tuesday Evening from 6 to 9PM.  Come weekly or just once a month.  You may look like Arnold Schwartenegger in just a few short months from (WCC Bikes4Kids in the News continues ...)