[CR] REMINDER - DC area Vintage Ride September 13 - and other bicycle events inDC area that day


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From: "Ken Sanford" <kanford@comcast.net>
To: <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: [CR] REMINDER - DC area Vintage Ride September 13 - and other bicycle events inDC area that day
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 20:51:33 -0400


Still on for Saturday!

Directions(since it does not appear I will be overwhelmed) to Vintage Ride starting at 2 pm:

Follow beltway (I495) to Connecticut Ave exit (sort of directly north of DC.) Go North on Connecticut Ave towards Kensington After a half mile (or perhaps a bit less); Turn Right on Saul Road at traffic light. Take an Immediate Right Turn (after circa 50 yards) on West Bexhill Drive. Second house in second block on right. 9704 West Bexhill Drive

phone 301/942-5208

regards Ken

(following are directions to Vintage ride from Swap Meet earlier that day if you attend that)
>From Bicycle Place:

By bike: 0.0 Right on Grubb Road 0.2 Left on East-West Highway at Traffic light (TL) 0.8 Right on Jones Mill Road at TL 1.2 Bear Right to remain on Jones Mill Road at TL 2.2 Left on Beach Drive 3.2 Right on Stanhope 3.25 Immediate Left on Barroll Lane 3.5 Road goes right and becomes Dunnel Lane 3.7 Right on West Bexhill Drive at T 3.8 Second house on right - 9704 West Bexhill Drive

By car: 0.0 Right on Grubb Road 0.2 Left on East-West Highway at Traffic light (TL) 0.8 Right on Jones Mill Road at TL 1.2 Bear Right to remain on Jones Mill Road at TL 2.2 Left on Beach Drive 2.9 Right on Kensington Parkwat at Stop Sign 3.0 Left on West Bexhill Drive 3.2 house is on left - 9704 West Bexhill Drive


> There are three different "organized" events Saturday, September 13:
>
>
> 1. WABA bike swap meet (actually a consignment sale), 0800 - 1230 or so.
> For info: http://www.waba.org/new/gear/index.php. Frankly, I (Harvey
> Sachs) keep helping with it, but it is a small thing, perhaps 1% as much
> vintage stuff as CR or the Trexlertown meet. But, there have been
> surprises: I've gotten a Medici, a Paramount, and a RomaSport fixed gear
> bike there over the years, and occasionally someone shows up with
> interesting parts.
>
> 2. VINTAGE Ride, 1400, hosted by Ken Sanford, starting from his house in
> Kensington, MD
> Directions above...... Route WILL be 'fixed gear friendly'! (as I will likely ride fixed) Probably
> mostly on Beach Drive. Basic route will be circa 18-20 miles with options
> to extend should our foul weather actually improve. Refreshments available
> after the ride. Note that the ride start is only 3 miles from the site of
> the WABA Swap meet scheduled that morning. (1) It is better to park at
> Ken's than to leave the bike at the small shopping center with the Swap
> meet. (2) Ride will be fixed-gear friendly, and hard to get lost on Beach
> Drive! (3) In places, Beach is not the smoothest pavement around, unless
> recently repaved. Full-weighted riders may want to leave their track silks
> and 280gm rims at home, but normal gear works fine for most. 'Round supper
> time, some of us might Dutch-treat some pizza or other victuals designed to
> further harm our waistliines, but that's neither organized nor yet
> organized. Heck, I might even bring some labels for name tags if someone
> reminds me (that's Harvey)and for later that evening.....Moonlight
> Memorials. Back again after 20 years, the famous DC fall ride under the Full
> Moon. In addition to honoring the second anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy at
> the Pentagon, this ride will visit the City's favorite memorials in an
> inspirational and somber light few have seen. In the early 80's a series of
> rides to visit many of the Nation's memorials drew huge crowds. Traffic is
> low, weather is just right, and parking is easy. After the ride, leaders are
> planning to visit local eateries and talk about everything from elections to
> the Tour. Hains Point, the full moon reflecting across the rippling waters
> of the Potomac, and the illuminated granite and marble wonders of our
> Nation's most noted monuments and buildings are among the sights and sounds
> that will long be remembered. The ride is for the benefit of the local
> Council of Hostelling International (formerly American Youth Hostels) and a
> small fee may be associated to defray their administrative costs through
> sales of a non-required but suggested long-sleeve T-shirt with reflectorized
> graphics and arm stripes for turn signaling. Volunteer marshals are needed
> and qualify for a goody bag and food. Roving on-bike mechanical support will
> be provided by professional mechanics. Working lights, visible reflectors,
> and sounding devices meeting Washington, DC vehicle regulation are mandatory
> for this event. Bright clothing is suggested as well. ride leader Larry
> Black [larry@bike123.com] 301/831-5151
>
> the fixed gear friendliest ride of a lifetime. start 2130 Sept 13 555 Pa Ave
> NW, between 5th and 6th (future Newseum parking lot) park in the city
> streets or take metro 15 miles or more if you choose divide and conquer food
> o the town apres ride refreshments to the first 100 riders from Honest T
> company (please recycle the bottles-they are real glass) .
>
> That's all folks!

Ken Sanford Kensington, MD
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