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Old 11-14-2006, 12:29 AM
Steven Kung Steven Kung is offline
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Default 11/18 & 11/19 ECT Group Rides

11/18 & 11/19 ECT Group Rides

Sponsored by the Community Exchange Cycle Touring Club
We leave no riders behind.

Forecasts:
Saturday 11/18: 50 deg. 50% chance of rain
Sunday 11/19: 50 deg. Rain Likely.

*Please Note* Different Dates and Times for each ride.

Easy Group:
11/18, Saturday
Assemble 10:00 AM, Depart 10:10 AM
Starting Point: Madison Plaza (Eastbank Esplanade & SE Madision)
10.5 miles, Springwater Corridor - Sellwood Bridge - Willamette Park - Waterfront Park - Eastbank Esplanade.
Route Map:
http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=209589


Intermediate Group:
11/19, Sunday
Assemble: 10AM, Depart: 10:15AM
Starting Point: Parkrose Sumner Transit Station (MAX LightRail Redline)
67 miles, Reach Beacon Rock State Park, Hike Beacon Rock, Picnic at summit, Return
Route Map:
http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=541475

Our Club Ride General Guidelines/Info:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Exchan...essage/126?l=1

Contact:
Steven Kung, info[at]ExchangeCycleTours[.]org (503)957-6672
Aaron Tarfman, aaron[at]yourbodypower[.]org

Club Web Sites:
http://www.exchangecycletours.org
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ExchangeCycleTours
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Old 11-16-2006, 01:17 AM
Steven Kung Steven Kung is offline
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Default Hwy14 Washougal By-pass for ECT's Sunday 11/19 Ride

Club member Scott Brown suggested a scenic and safer Highway-14 by-pass for our Sunday Beacon Rock ride.

It takes us along scenic Washougal River avoiding some of the narrow, steep, and high traffic sections of Hwy14.

Here is the gmap for the by-pass, derived from cue sheet courtesy of Jim O'Horo of the Portland Wheelmen Touring Club (www.PWTC.com):

http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=544835

It also replaces the 800-ft-over-2.5-miles climb at Cape Horn with a gentaller 730-ft-over-7.5-mile rise. It only adds 3 miles to the original all-Hwy14 route.

Many thanks to Scott and Jim for the route suggestion!!

Jim also has been leading a scenic Columbia Gorge 4-day bike tour with excellent route planning. Scott has a great tour journal for the 2006 trip at:

http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/1635

We hope we can enjoy Jim's trip route and itinerary in the very near future!

Cheers!
Steven
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