Joe Jackson tells me that the rain has skipped Buffalo Pound so far today (including the downpour happening at 430pm). Open invite to anyone who wants to hit the lake with me.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of rmyrchak
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2016 10:01 AM
To: Moose Jaw Pavers
Subject: TNR 2016-6
Tuesday Night Ride
July 5, 2016
6:15 pm Start Time
Leaving from DQ on Caribou St W between 4th and 5th Avenue.
As attendance has been poor (only 2 riders in 5 rides), it is time to dispel some myths about TNR.
Myth #1 – My bike isn’t good enough.
ANY vehicle with two wheels in tandem, usually propelled by pedals connected to the rear wheel by a chain, and having handlebars for steering and a saddlelike seat will be capable of completing the ride.
Myth #2 – I won’t be able to keep up.
This is a GROUP ride, and no one gets left behind. The ride stops at key locations to re-group, and does not proceed until the LAST rider has had a chance to rest.
Myth #3 – The river valley is full of predators that want to eat me.
Maybe……….ride faster, and try not to wear a scent that makes you smell like cougar food.
Myth #4 – I haven’t been on a bike since there was a Trudeau in office.
Guess what, you never forget how to ride a bike, its true! And there is a Trudeau in office again, so……..
Myth #5 – Nature is unforgiving, I might sweat and bleed.
Ummmmmm, yeah…..that one is True.
Put a lid on your head.
Bring something to drink.
Apply insect repellant.
See you on the trails,