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Description: BCP.jpg (16525 bytes)Ride Schedule Brunswick County Pedalers

Tuesdays: October 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th starting at 8:30am. Contact a St. James Plantation resident if interested in this ride, since permission is needed at the St. James Gate. Rides meet at the Harbor in St. James.

Wednesdays: October 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th starting at 8:30am.. This now starts back at the St. James West Gate Dosher Wellness Center parking lot at 3009 Medical Plaza Lane Southeast, Southport. The route will either be a Oak Island Loop or a Bolivia and/or Sunset Beach loop depending on attendees and the group consensus.

Fridays: September 27th and October 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th starting at 8:30am. The ride starts from either Island Biycles, 4324 Long Beach Rd SE, Southport, or Dosher Wellness Center parking lot at 3009 Medical Plaza Lane. The route will meet each group midway down Yatch drive for the regular Oak Island Friday Ride.

Weekends:

Recommend joining Cape Fear Cyclists on the Bolivia Oak Island Ride Saturday October 5th starting at 9:00am from the Bolivia Government Center.

Also recommend joining Cape Fear Cyclists on the Bolivia Sunset Harbor Ride Saturday October 19th starting at 9:00am from the Bolivia Government Center.

Maybe a Saturday ride with the OIB (Ocean Isle Beach Cyclists), typically at 8:00am, Saturday morning from Old Shallotte Baptist Church at the intersection of NC 904 and Old Shallotte Rd.  Call Island Hoppers Bike shop at 910-579-1766 for more info on the schedule or join the OIB Google Group for the latest info.

Adhoc rides:

Interested in any adhoc rides? Check on the messages in Brunswick County Pedalers Facebook page or ask to get into a frequent riders email/message group. The Green Swamp now has newly paved roads and some enjoyed the Brunswick Metric, so if interested and weather looking good, suggest alerting the group in ad hoc fashion when the weather looks promising.

Ride Cancelations:

Weather canceled rides are for any when the temperature at the start time is below 32 degrees, or radar tracks show steady rains within an hour from the start, or any lightening, tornado or high winds (>25mph) alert is posted for the area, then ride is presumed to be canceled.