Weekly Group Rides

Recurring Weekly Group Rides (2018 winter schedule)

This is the winter schedule,  rides during the week, brings lights front and rear.  Make sure your daylight blinkies are turned down a notch so not to blind the rider immediately behind you.  We stay together more at night, no zones.

If you know of any other recurring or group rides and you would like for us to post them, please contact webmaster@freewheelers.info  Most up-to-date info is on our Yahoo user group.  Join the club for access.

The Club’s supplemental accident medical insurance covers members in good standing on all Club rides.

Click here for the Freewheelers “Rules to Ride By” for information on how you can be better prepared to ride with the group!

Safety Requirements for all rides:

  1.    Minimum Riders: may be required, see postings.
  2.    ID with In Case of Emergency contact – required on your person/bike (not on your mobile phone). Many different options, just have one.
  3.    Helmets required (glasses recommended)
  4.    Rear Daytime Blinker Lights: HIGHLY recommended – BE SEEN.  150 Lumen minimum works best.
  5.    Headlights: recommended in case of ride delays or foul weather, especially on our night rides.
  6.    No Earbuds – to hear cars and fellow riders
  7.    Obey Safe Cycling Practices
  8.    Obey The Rules of the Road.
  9.    Be Open to Safety Feedback – we need to watch out for each other.  The Ride Leader cannot see everything, and can need feedback too.


Sunday Rocky Branch Burner

Time: 2:30 pm
Location: Rocky Branch Plaza on Hwy 9 in Boiling Springs next to Manny’s Italian Restaurant                                                                                                                   Route:   https://ridewithgps.com/routes/14222912
Description: 36 miles to Green Creek, NC and back. Flat course. Avg speed 19-20 mph. Regroups as necessary at turns, stop signs and mechanicals. Fast but friendly ride.  3 speed zones included.
Contact: Richard White



Anderson’s Monday Ride (year-round)

Pace: 16.5 Distance: @25 miles

Roll out at 6 pm.

Routes:  vary, lots of options.

Multiple ability groups as needed.

Notes:  All stay together.  Stop for all mechanicals.

Meet: Chris & Gloria’s farm
1956 Moore-Duncan Hwy., Hwy. 290, Moore


New Groove

The time has changed and night is here.
I’m trying something new this winter from New Groove Brewery.  The route is a test and we will see how it goes.  Hwy 9 has a nice new bike lane we can take single file up to Bible Church Road.  New Groove has some tasty beers and food so we can hang out afterwards.
Where:  New Groove Brewery, 4078 Highway 9, Boiling Springs, SC 29316
Date:  Tuesdays
Time:  18:00 (6:00 pm)
Speed/Pace:  16 mph/B pace.
Leader:  Brian Edwards


Wednesday Landrum Ride 

Scott Sisk leading.

Time: 6:00 pm

Route:   https://www.strava.com/activities/372690065

Location: Bowen’s Landing Restaurant just past Lake Bowen, SC on Hwy 9.
Description: 30 miles (average 16-17 mph)No one left behind. We’ll enjoy good food and beverages after the ride either at Bowen’s Landing restaurant.   Come join us.

Notes:  All stay together.  Stop for all mechanicals.

Contact: Scott Sisk


Wednesday Downtown

Ralph Paquin leading

Roll Time: 6:00pm

Duncan Park Tennis courts. Bathrooms and water fountain available.

Ride average speed ~17mph. Moderate pace. Routes will contain some hills.

Ride route- will vary.

Distance:  28-30 miles

Notes:  All stay together.  Stop for all mechanicals.


Downtown Nacho Taco

Karl Johnson leading.

Where:  Nacho Taco, 129 North Spring St.
When:   6:00 pm roll out.
Parking:  QS1 parking deck.
Minimum riders needed:  3
Distance:  25 miles
Dinner:  after at Nacho Taco
Notes:  All stay together.  Stop for all mechanicals.


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