Voler Store has reopened!

Time to order WCC Clothing in time for the holidays!
By Bruce Wells on 9/16/19
By popular demand, we have a new order window open in the Voler store. You can now order the new WCC clothing through October 23rd. Items will ship December 6th, so you have plenty of time for the gift giving season. We also have graphics for the long sleeve versions of jerseys and jackets.
If you have volunteer points, you should use your volunteer points in our WCC Store. If you don't have enough points to purchase an item, you can pay any additional balance with PayPal. If you don't have volunteer (Voler Store has reopened! continues ...)
  • Friday, October 18, 2019
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      Ground Breaking Ceremony at Van Cortland Park
      Deborah Ramsey
      NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP and Bronx Borough Commissioner Iris Rodriguez-Rosa cordially invite you to attend a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Putnam Greenway in Van Cortlandt Park. Let’s show our WCC support for the improvement of our cycling infrastructure. Entire ride will be on the rail trail. Helmets, Road iD or similar, cell phones, and good cheer required! Here is the route with park detour, if we need it: Sign In
  • Saturday, October 19, 2019
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      Armonk-Cheese Spring-Nod Hill
      Gregory Sims
      Borrowing a course from Eric, the weekend looks good but temperatures barely getting out of the 40’s at ride’s end. Arm warmers/leg warmers probably required. The route is realitively flat, expect pace to be somewhere around 19 with limited regrouping. No planned stop.

      Here is the route: Sign In

      Final regroup at DeCiccos.

      Be ready to roll 10 minutes prior to ride time so that attention can focus on safety talk and ride preview.

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      Four Reservoirs
      Scott Karpf
      Although cue shows Armonk Municipal Lot, we will start from the Crittendon School Armonk. My cell is 914-552-3637. Bruce will co-lead, as so far he only has enough points for one sock and would like to complete the pair. We will be leaving promptly at 9:00am. We will have very limited re-grouping. About 3100' of climbing. Our favorite rest stop at about mile 33, Hayfields. Must have the route with you to ride. Sign In
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      Kent Ride (post GA/DA therapy ride)
      Christine Schopen
      Beautiful ride from Kent, CT. About 3600' of climbing. Let's hope there is still some foliage along the route. Please arrive by 8:15 and be ready to ride.


      Rest stops: Mile 25.5. Brief coffee/bathroom break at the Stewart's Shop.

      Mile 40.5. Lunch at Church St deli and pizza in Copake
      Mile 52.5. Brief water/bathroom break at Cumberland farms.

      My cell is: 914-907-7353

      Keep posted for any updates.

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    • 9:30A
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      Rowayton to Ridgefield and Redding
      Bill O'Connell
      Due to family engagements I cannot ride up in Kent so this is closer to home.
      Yet another entirely different Route up to Ridgefield, this time with a trip over to Redding and Down Valley FOrge and Lyons Plains before crossing Norwalk in a nice area without killer hills and back to Rowayton.
      To stay off busy roads there is a Half Mile on Dirt Roads that we have been taking for the last month without problems.
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    • 9:30A
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      Boyd's and Back
      Harvey Loeb
      A familiar route takes us into Putnam County. Rest Stop is at George's at about mile 18. See Sign In. Meet at east parking lot. This Ride can be shortened by about 7 miles by eliminating a loop near the end.
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      Rye Riversville Ramble
      Don McHugh
      Late addition: We'll leave from the NYC/South-bound side of Harrison Train Station, near corner of Sunnyside Ave & Macy Rd, then head past the airport and down Riversville to Port Chester, stopping around mile 21 at the Kneaded Bread. After our snack/break we'll head out along the Sound to Milton (aka "Peningo") Point before returning to Harrison. Will regroup at regular intervals. See link below for route & cue sheet. Please arrive by 8:15a, so we can leave promptly at 8:30. Make sure you bring a helmet, water, spare and a bike in good working order. Cell: 914-907-3209

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  • Sunday, October 20, 2019
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      Breakfast in Katonah
      Daniel Remer
      This is a great ride, done many times, with slight variation, we will ride Crow Hill out of Mount Kisco. Early start means early finish, I anticipate 14.5-15 pace, but no stress. My cell is (914) 261-3086. Break in Katonah, then a nice ride back home. Please arrive by 8:45 am, plan to roll at 9:00 am. Should be good riding weather. Sign In
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      Scotts Corners to Rowayton
      Ellen Katz
      Let's visit Rowayton and have coffee on the sound. Here's a lovely route that Barry Faust has created. Thank you for sharing, Barry. We'll meet in the parking lot of the Scotts Corners Market (Also called the Market in Pound Ridge.) The route has lovely roads with some gorgeous views of the Sound in Rowayton. Park in the right corner facing the market nearest to Westchester Avenue. Arrive early and be ready for the safety briefing at 9:55. We'll roll out promptly at 10. Print your cue sheet or load your device. I'll bring some cue sheets, too. Here's the route: Sign In
      See you then!
  • Monday, October 21, 2019
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      To Greenwich, where else?
      Tom Sebastian
      Clockwise Mt Kisco to Greenwich (via Bedford) and back via Purchase and Armonk. Food stop in Glenville at mile 24. The target pace is 15 mph on this moderately hilly terrain (estimated at approx. 60 feet/mile), with regroups for those who can keep an average of 14.5 mph. See profile at Sign In or print cue from the same link if you want one. 30% chance of rain before 1 PM or wet roads or temps at start in the 40s cancels (look here for update Monday morning by 8:30 AM if weather is iffy). Leader cell# day of ride is (914)393-0182
  • Sunday, October 27, 2019
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      Debbie’s Halloween Ride
      Deborah Ramsey
      BOOOOO!!! It’s that time again, HALLOWEEN!!! Like pie, you say? Well, there will be plenty...apple, pear, pumpkin, plus other goodies, as well as hot spiced cider. Please feel free to post a ride that stops at my house, 36 Pond Meadow Road, in Croton on Hudson, around 11:30. Costumes add to the fun!
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      Debbie’s Halloween Ride
      Deborah Ramsey
      BOOOOO!!! It’s that time again, HALLOWEEN!!! Like pie, you say? Well, there will be plenty...apple, pear, pumpkin, plus other goodies, as well as hot spiced cider. Costumes add to the fun! Route takes us by a fun Halloween house in Yorktown, some rail trail, 2 miles of excellent hardpack suitable for any bike, and across the Croton Dam. Helmets, Road iD, cell phones, and good cheer required! Sign In
  • Saturday, November 2, 2019
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      Alice's Resturant
      Nick Jubok
      This is a place holder for our annual Alice's Restaurant ride. Come out for a lovely fall ride in upper Connecticut and Massachusetts. Rest stop is in Stockbridge and then a stop at the Guthrie Center for a photo! Please post a ride at your level and start the ball rolling! Rain date is Sunday 11/3. Club account route is here Sign In
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