Volunteer: Ride Guides

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Volunteer: Ride Guides

Postby bdimon » Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:23 pm

It's time to sign up to volunteer for the rally. Volunteer to lead a guided ride.

This thread is for ride leaders. We have some routes for you to use or you can use your own. We especially need GS ride leaders. Typically, we lead an easy GS ride, a more challenging GS ride, a ride with gentle sweepers, a ride to the covered bridges, and a ride through challenging twisties.

Reply to this thread with the ride you can help with. If you cannot lead a ride but have ideas, please contribute.

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Re: Volunteer: Ride Guides

Postby thanatos1224 » Thu Apr 05, 2018 5:22 pm

I am happy to help with the ride with gentle sweepers or, a ride to the covered bridges. Thank You
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Re: Volunteer: Ride Guides

Postby bdimon » Mon May 07, 2018 10:24 am

GS ride leaders are hard to find. If you enjoyed a GS ride on a previous rally, volunteer to return the favor.
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Re: Volunteer: Ride Guides

Postby bdimon » Wed May 16, 2018 6:06 pm

thanatos1224 wrote:I am happy to help with the ride with gentle sweepers or, a ride to the covered bridges. Thank You

Thanks, David. I'll put you down for one of them.
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Re: Volunteer: Ride Guides

Postby bdimon » Wed May 16, 2018 6:08 pm

Tom Rhodes volunteered to lead the "Easy GS" ride.
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Re: Volunteer: Ride Guides

Postby bdimon » Wed May 16, 2018 6:14 pm

It's hard to find a leader for the "Intermediate GS" ride. People keep saying that they are not skilled enough or confident enough to lead a challenging ride.

Well, nobody is expecting a "GS Giant" competitor. As long as you do not get lost, people would appreciate following a cautious rider.

For everybody who enjoyed following the Millers in years past, think about how much everybody liked the ride. Everybody who came back from the ride raved about how much fun they had. I would hate to have to cancel it for lack of a ride leader.
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