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4 Sale: Garmin Edge 500 ** SOLD **

I used this GPS enabled computer for years with no problems whatsoever. All the original bits and pieces are included; original box, flexible heart rate strap, speed/cadence sensor, mounts, etc.

This thing is the “bee’s knees” as long as you don’t need a full bore mapping computer. For that you’ll need an Edge 1000 or 800 series but then you’d be spending a LOT more.

Try this computer to get into GPS enabled cycling. It’s great and you’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long to get a GPS computer.

The whole shebang is yours for just $65.00!

Contact via email: Tim Harrison

Spring Rides Begin

It seems spring has been long in coming this year, and now, the regularly scheduled HRBike rides are resuming as weather permits. In the photo, notice the blooms on the trees and the long pants and long sleeves on these riders; there is still a bit of wind and chill to deal with so be sure to check the weather before you set out. Below are club rides that are resuming, please check the HRBike calendar for details. Want to add a ride to the list…email Ride Captain Denny Elston or Pres. Tim Harrison.
The longest standing ride for our club, the Tuesday Night Social Ride, is back in swing. Joe Capezza leads these short, moderately paced rides from Frazier McEwen Park on Tuesday nights at 5:30 pm, weather permitting. The spring rides may be shorter due to the lack of daylight so it is good way to start riding again Continue reading

Ride Report: Next Steps

On October 7, 2017, Jeannie & Stuart Coulter (pictured) rode in the Next Steps Century they liked a lot and thought perhaps club members would like to attend next year. Please enjoy their report:

We attended the Next Steps Century ride in Dunlap, TN. This event used to be run by the Chattanooga Bike Club but is now organized by the Next Step Resources Center, a teen pregnancy crisis center (as a fund raiser). This is their third year. We were returning to our old stomping grounds since we used to live in Jasper. The ride was well run and they had many volunteers. They had SAG vehicles that roamed the course and one that spent a lot of time behind us. I wonder why? The start and all of the rest stops were at churches with good bathrooms. The food was plentiful at the first stop, but meager at the second.

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