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BOYD'S GREAT - 2019 NAHBS Morning Group Rides

ALL Rides will be leaving from in front of the Starbucks at the Sacramento Convention Center.

It is at the Intersection of 13th Street and J Street

Here is a Google Map link so you know you are at the right place to start.

https://goo.gl/maps/U3k5ZcwMiQP2

The other good clue you are at the correct place is you will see other cyclists getting ready to ride…probably on really cool bikes!

All rides will be a steady tempo of riding around 20-22 mph on the flatter terrain. If you have never been

to Sacramento before, well. . .it’s all flatter terrain! Many of us on the ride are exhibitors or media and

need to get back in order to make it to the show on time. This is not a “no-drop” ride, but we will do our

best to keep the group together (as we have for the past few years). The goal is to be back at the

Convention Center before 9 am. This gives us some time to get cleaned up, grab a bite to eat, and stand

around all day!

Boyd’s Pro Tip! The Starbucks opens at 6:30 am on Friday and 7 am on Saturday and Sunday. We are

planning on starting the rides at 7:10 am each day (sunrise is 7:15), so on Saturday and Sunday we don’t

have a ton of time for sipping our coffee.

Weather Disclaimer!! If it’s raining, snowing, or if there’s any chance of Sharknadoes then the ride will

be cancelled. The main priority is keeping the group safe and having fun, so we will adjust for weather.

Welcome to Sacramento! The show is opening later on Friday, so for those of you who aren’t frantically

setting up a booth we have a little extra time today. This will be the day of the longest ride. Plan on right

around two hours and we will make a big loop west of town. There’s no hills, no scenery, but at least we

aren’t running.

The Ride with GPS downloadable route file is located here:

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29450227

It is strongly advised that you download the gps file if you have a cycling computer that supports GPS.

On the page, click export, and follow the prompts. Exporting as a .tcx file will give you turn by turn on

most newer Garmin computers.

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