Sunday, May 5 at 3:00 – Cinco de Mayo!
Biking, food, drink and great friends….let’s celebrate together!! Parker Gray has graciously offered his home for us to gather after a ride through Fairhope. He will provide hamburgers and hot dogs and riders may bring a beverage of their choice and a dish to share.
Meet at 3:00 at Regions Bank at the corner of Greeno and Morphy. Rosalie will lead us on a 12-13 mile ride with some gentle hills before we gather at Parker’s home. Parker’s home is on Michigan St. around the corner from Regions Bank.
Saturday, May 11 – Good Life Ride
The Good Life Ride is a public event beginning at the Lodge at Gulf State Park. In order to register and get additional details, use this link. The deadline for online registration is May 8th. Several Slow Bike Society members are participating in this ride but it is not planned as a group ride. Please register if you are interested and we hope to see you there!
Sunday, May 12 – Mothers’ Day
The SBS will not have a scheduled ride today. Happy Mothers’ Day!
Saturday, May 18 – Cycling for Sickle Cell
Let’s Cycle for Sickle Cell in 2019! What do you say? You wanna do it? Let’s go for a short 12-mile fun ride. Cost is $20 which includes T-Shirt (if registered by May 3) refreshments, sweep vehicle and ride protection by the Mobile Police Dept.
The 2019 Cycling for Sickle Cell Ride is a fun ride to raise funds to benefit the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America – Mobile Chapter, Inc. (SCDAA-MC). This annual event gives the organization a chance to share information about sickle cell disease and how it affects our community. We certainly hope that you will take a moment to learn about the services we provide and the people we serve. The last three year’s events were tons of fun, and we expect to have a fantastic time with you this year! Come ride with us, and help us “Break the sickle cycle!
Sunday, May 19 – ES Trail at 3:00
Meet at the Marietta Johnson Statue at the top of the Fairhope Bluff at 3:00.
Riders will proceed to Mullet Point and back. We will ride 17 miles at a slow social pace (8mph-10mph) along the mostly flat Eastern Shore Trail. However, riders have an option to turn back at the Grand Hotel which would be approximately an 8-10 mile ride.
The total ride will take approximately 2 1/2 hours. Bring water and sunscreen.
Sunday, May 26 at 3:00 – Daphne to Montrose
Meet at the Daphne Public Library at 3:00. We will ride the ES Trail to Montrose and back. On the return trip, there is an option to stop at Whit’s for an ice cream treat. This is a moderate ride with a few gradual inclines and will be about 8-10 miles.