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Great New Jersey ride Oct 5th(4 posts)

Great New Jersey ride Oct 5thLive Steam
Aug 23, 2003 1:26 PM
Sponsored by the Staten Island Bicycling Association, the Pumpkin Patch Pedal continues to be one of New Jersey's most popular rides each year. Details and registration info can be found using the link below. If you haven't joined us for this ride in the past, consider coming this year. Let me know if you will be attending so we can meet and say hello. Actually, I am going to get to ride it this year, so maybe we can get a ride in together too!
Bill

http://www.sibike.org
re: Great New Jersey ride Oct 5thloki_1
Sep 11, 2003 11:08 AM
I would be interested in the 62 mile loop. Do they start everyone off as a group or is it a start as you get there approach? I would be interested in riding with a group but really dont know that many people who ride.

Thanks for the info, looks like a great ride.
Hi loki-1!Live Steam
Sep 15, 2003 6:36 PM
This is a ride as you arrive event. There are lots of people to ride with depending upon the distance and speed you want to go. The past few years we have had very good attendence - about 650 participants, so you are never really alone on the road. There are plenty of rest stops for refueling. I am sure that if you come, you will meet a few people who would like to share the road with you. You can email me directly if you have any questions. Hope to see you on the road.
Bill
cycletrader@hotmail.com
Thanks to all that participated!!!Live Steam
Oct 22, 2003 3:07 PM
The PPP was again a great success. I guess due in part to the fabulous weather. However no ride can truly be great unless those that do all the hard prep and day of service, have done a yeoman's like job. So I want to congratulate all of my club members on a job well done. Anyone interested can visit our web site below and view the nice comments we received. If any here attended, thanks for participating and I hope you had a wonderful time too.

http://www.sibike.org/