GVMC Event Details

Event Name:GVMC Red Hot Chilliwack Ride
Location:3120 139th Street South Surrey
Contact:Rob Paul-Morris
Contact Phone:(604)862-4663
Contact Email:bestratecedar@hotmail.com
Event Date:Saturday, July 7, 2018
Description:
GVMC "Red Hot Chilliwack Ride"


Hosted by Rob Paul-Morris and family - "RPM"
Potluck Dinner - Guests asked to bring their favourite dish.

When:
Saturday July 7th 2018 Non-rain day.

Start Location:
9:00am at 3120 139th Street, South Surrey. Secondary pickup at 10:00am at the McDonalds on the Langley Bypass 19780 Fraser Hwy, Langley, B.C. V3A 4C9

This is a "Fun Ride" - open to all GVMC Club Members and invited Guest Riders.

Route:
Route was mapped up and posted GPS by John Taylor who will captain this ride.
Multiple captains will be inserted if there is a large group in case we get separated.

The ride is from South Surrey out to Maple Ridge, Mission, Chilliwack and back for about 5 hours. We will stop for lunch at the Sasquatch Inn and or other pub mid ride. Return to Rob and Karly's house for dinner at 6 PM. Click on the poster button to the top left of this page to see a map of the route.

For those who are not riding you are invited to the house for dinner at 6 PM. It will be a combination of Rob cooking and a potluck for those who are able to bring something. Rob will serve a cold pasta and shrimp/ seafood dish. He will have a cake for dessert. There is a pool and hottub at the house. There will be a fire pit set up.

This is a fun ride and open to GVMC Club Members and invited guests. There is no cost for this ride.

There is a sign up posted with the ride route on the GVMC Bulletin Board. Please sign up so that Rob will have an idea of the number of people attending.

Skill focus for this Ride:
Counter Steering

Counter Steering is used by single-track vehicle operators, such as cyclists and motorcyclists, to initiate a turn toward a given direction momentarily steering counter to the desired direction ("steer left to turn right"). The rider's action of counter steering is sometimes referred to as "giving a steering command".

Looking forward to getting together! Rob and Karly Paul-Morris