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IT'S SUNDAY MARCH 29, 2015 - ANOTHER GREAT DAY TO RIDE A BIKE. Facebook
  Welcome to the San Fernando Valley Bicycle Club website. We are a multi-level, endurance road bike club with about 500 members. We offer a variety of rides every Saturday and Sunday, and if you're visiting LA and happen to have your bike along, we offer some of the best riding in SoCal. Please come out and join us.
-Randy Lawrence, Ride Director 
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April 11 – 4 County Ride – This is one of the greatest rides on SoCal. It's a difficult and remote ride with very little support (bring extra bottles or a hydration pack). If you are a strong ride you must do this ride.

April 12 and 26 - The Compagni Group ride. Join us in our new twice monthly group ride. This is a moderate paced, leader lead, no drop ride. More details on our rides page.

April 18 – Forget It Lew, It's Chinatown – This was one of our best rides in 2014. We had a HUGH turnout. After a break at the world famous, Philippe The Original, We'll add a small detour to the Angelino Heights neighbor to view some of the oldest Victorian homes on LA.

- RandyUnclipped
In this blog, our Ride Director offers a glimpse into his cycling stream of consciousness.

Compagni - Gelsons'sSHINY, HAPPY PEOPLE CicLAvia's March 22 event in the Valley has been judged a resounding success, with the only casualty motor vehicle mobility for some East Valley residents. Tens of thousands of participants, many at their first event, learned how different their neighborhood looks at 9mph, and discovered new restaurants and venues right in their neighborhoods. They made new friends, and got a taste of how practical bike transportation can be in these parts. Events in Long Beach and Pasadena are coming soon. Photo: Mark Reden
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Compagni Group Ride
. For those who are new to group rides, SFVBC offers a “no drop” ride on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. This no drop ride is intended to acquaint cyclists with the skills for riding as part of a group, meet riders of equal ability to give them riding partners for any Saturday or Sunday SFVBC group rides. The Compagni Group Ride averages 12 mph over a 25-30 mile course. It is not a beginner’s ride and requires a fitness level comparable to riding at least an average of 12 mph over 15 miles and approximately 2 hours of riding. The Compagni Group Ride is lead by Bob Alonzi and Kathy Heath who emphasize safety and group riding skills to help riders prepare to join more challenging SFVBC group rides (Look for the Compagni Group Ride).


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START LOCATION: Northwest corner of Nordhoff and Etiwanda in Northridge (CSUN Parking Lot B1) Note: parking on north side of Nordhoff no longer available*
START TIME: 8:00 AM sharp (unless otherwise specified in Remarks below)
Map to Ride Start | Weather Forecast | Link to this section

Date Ride Miles  Elev. (ft)  Rating  Ride No.  Hits  Remarks
MAR 29 SUN  ALL’S WELLS THAT ENDS WELLS  29  821  106  138  
NORTH TO NEWHALL  33  2,206  239  54  
APR 4 SAT  CLASSY CALABASAS  25, 33  3711,032  1, 2  180181  8, 6   Compagni Group Ride. For those who are new to group rides, SFVBC offers a "no drop" ride on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. This no drop ride is intended to acquaint cyclists with the skills for riding as part of a group, meet riders of equal ability to give them riding partners for any Saturday or Sunday SFVBC group rides. The Compagni Group Ride averages 12 mph over a 25-30 mile course. It is not a beginner's ride and requires a fitness level comparable to riding at least an average of 12 mph over 15 miles and approximately 2 hours of riding. The Compagni Group Ride is lead by Bob Alonzi and Kathy Heath who emphasize safety and group riding skills to help riders prepare to join more challenging SFVBC group rides (Look for the ). Orientation ride
TOUR OF TWO TOPANGA TOPS  40  1,702  740  10  
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST  50  3,148  716  14  
POINT MUGU CENTURY  96  3,683  722  11  
Note:
  • Helmets are required on all SFVBC rides
  • We encourage riding with a flashing red taillight
  • Do not ride with ear buds in both ears
  • No electric-assist or motorized bikes
  • Minors welcome if accompanied by a parent or guardian
  • To download route slips, click on the corresponding ride number above. Slips are in PDF format, and are available online 1 week prior to the ride.
  • To download detailed maps and elevation profiles, click on the ride elevation. The link will take you to RideWithGPS.com, where you can also download Garmin .gpx and .tcx files (click on the Export tab).
The State of California limits the amount a municipality may charge annually for bike licenses to:
A $2 B $10 C $15 D $25 Answer
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