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    MoJo-ette Just*Laura's Avatar
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    ARR March Club Ride & Camp March 10-11

    March Club Ride & Camp

    When Saturday March 10, 2010

    10:00 am group ride start time

    Where: Lake Georgetown Loop, Tejas Park

    The March 10th ARR club ride will be at Lake Georgetown. Meet at Tejas Park, which is on the west end of the lake for a 9am ride. Tejas is an excellent starting point for beginner and advanced riding. Beginners will do an easy loop along the scenic western end of the lake. More advanced riders can choose an out-and-back or if you are really up to it, ride the entire 27 mile loop! Full loopers are encouraged to start at 8am, as the ride can easily take 4-5 hours.

    As usual, we will break into groups based on skill level, pace and length of ride and then we roll. A “No Drop” policy is always in effect so no one gets left behind or on their own. Those who wish to take on the challenge of the full loop (28-ish miles) are encouraged to start early (7-8 a.m.) in order to have plenty of time to ride and meet us back at Tejas Camp for vittles and beverages.

    You do not have to me a member of the Austin Ridge Riders to participate in the event but we’d love to have you join! All riders must sign a waiver and properly wear a helmet during the ride.

    Lunch is planned for 1pm and will be provided by ARR. Bring your favorite cookies or sweets to share.


    Tent camping is available for both Friday night (9th) and Saturday night (10th), at no charge. We are limited to about 16 folks each night, so call Lee Compton at 5 one 2-(six35-sixteen-41) to reserve a space for either or both nights. Water is available at Tejas, as are restrooms.

    To get to Tejas, take Parmer / Ronald Reagan Blvd to FM 258. Turn right (east) on RM 258 and continue to Tejas Park. Carpooling is encouraged.

    Trail Description: The Goodwater Trail at Lake Georgetown consists of 25+ miles of trail. The trail runs around the shoreline of the lake and has trailheads at all five parks. The trail consists of easy doubletrack with little elevation change to rocky, technical and sometimes tight singletrack with lake views, cacti, and even a switchback. Parking at Tejas and Russell Parks is free as long as you don't ride past the gatehouse.
    A short ride is better than no ride. Get on your bike!!!

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    MoJo-ette Just*Laura's Avatar
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    March Club Ride & Camp

    When Saturday March 10, 2012

    10:00 am group ride start time

    Where: Lake Georgetown Loop, Tejas Park

    The March 10th ARR club ride will be at Lake Georgetown. Meet at Tejas Park, which is on the west end of the lake for a 10:00 am ride. Tejas is an excellent starting point for beginner and advanced riding. Beginners will do an easy loop along the scenic western end of the lake. More advanced riders can choose an out-and-back or if you are really up to it, ride the entire 27 mile loop! Full loopers are encouraged to start at 8am, as the ride can easily take 4-5 hours.

    As usual, we will break into groups based on skill level, pace and length of ride and then we roll. A “No Drop” policy is always in effect so no one gets left behind or on their own. Those who wish to take on the challenge of the full loop (28-ish miles) are encouraged to start early (7-8 a.m.) in order to have plenty of time to ride and meet us back at Tejas Camp for vittles and beverages.

    And we are watching the weather and will post up if the ride is cancelled due to trail conditions.
    A short ride is better than no ride. Get on your bike!!!

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    Due to the rain already received and more on the way, the Lake Georgetown March event is cancelled. We will schedule Lake Georgetown for a future club event. If you have any questions, call Lee at 512-635-1641.

    "Leave no trace. Wet and muddy trails are more easily damaged than dry ones"

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