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HomeCelebrate - New Years Day Ride

Ride in the New Year with Connie!


NOTE: Januay 1, 2019 ride with meet at Shelter #4 at 1pm ...
On January 1, 2019 we'll be meeting at 1pm at Shelter #4 in Mohawk Park for the annual New Year's Day ride along with Blackeyed Pea salad, Champagne and Chili.

What:  New Year's Day Bike Ride

When:  January 1, 20??, 1pm
Where:  Mohawk Park, west Zoo parking lot
How Far:  5-25 depending on weather and desire!

Details:  Many years ago club member Howard Thornhill began a tradition of hosting a bicycle ride for Tulsa Bicycle Club members on New Year's Day.  In recent years, Connie Berson has carried on that tradition with the assistance of other members.  So join other stalwart Club members for a ride on the afternoon of January 1 at 1pm.  Check the Club Calendar for current year details as time and location could change from year to year.

We leave from the west Zoo parking lot at Mohawk Park, weather permitting, for a ride of from 5 to 25 miles, actual distance dictated by the weather and your own desires.

Following the ride there will be black-eyed pea salad (don't tell me you don't know the relationship between New Years and black-eyed peas?!) and champagne (non-alcholoic version available usually).

Check the current year's Club calendar to verify details.

Hope to see lots of Club members there on the 1st ...
   everyone do your "good weather dance" on New Year's Eve!

Happy Holidays