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  Reminders:   The start time is the departure time, not the arrival time.


  NOTE: The icon  2  is added if there are two possible rides in one listing.

Ride Schedule Overview and Current Update

Rides are being resumed, starting in March 2021

The  SBC Board  in its  December  2020  meeting  accepted  the Recommendations from SBC Ride Committee to resume group rides starting in March 2021. The recommendations, last updated on February 22, include a list of detailed requirements to maintain riders' safety in the context of Covid-19 pandemic.

SBC Board also encourages members to continue to ride on their own and to post on the SBC FB site photos from their rides. Doing this posting will hopefully be a means of keeping us connected during this uncertain time.

Disclaimer:   The Spokane Bicycle Club makes no representations or warranties as to the difficulties or current conditions of the published routes and is not responsible for risks, damages or accidents which may occur as a result of bicycling on these or any other routes referred on the Spokane Bicycle Club website

Rides are not necessarily consistent with their names as they have been in the past, so please be sure to check each individual ride as to start time, speed and distance.

For our current  schedule - please click on one of the links below:

     Past scheduled rides published bi-monthly can be reviewed here.

 Ride Tip for Group Ride - Etiquette:

             Riding on gloomy, short, fall days:

Many days in the fall it can be foggy, cloudy, or rainy, and generally rather gloomy. In these conditions, bicyclists are urged to use a blinking headlight and twilight, with FRESH batteries. When the conditions are grey, bicyclists are even harder to see than on bright and sunny days, and a good head and tail light attracts attention. 

This brings us to:

             Avoid the "door zone":

When riding beside a row of parked cars, it is best to stay at least four feet away from the cars. Doors on modern cars often open out three to four feet or more, and window tinting makes it impossible to see what the driver/passenger is doing. Very often drivers swing out their door without looking at all, or just looking for approaching cars.

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