Weekly Group Rides

Recurring Weekly Group Rides (2018-19 Winter schedule)

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: 2 or more…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:  REQUIRED – BE SEEN.  A “Daytime” Blinker hurts your eyes if you look directly at it from arms length.  Make sure that your light is charged.  Lights need to point directly back (not to the ground or to the sky)
  5.    HeadlightsHighly recommend.  Be seen by oncoming cars and drivers turning.
  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.
  10.  RIDE LEADER MOBILE:  xxx-xxx-xxxx


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 Ride
Where:  New Groove Brewery, 4078 Highway 9, Boiling Springs, SC 29316.  Please park to the left of the building on the car wash side.
Time:  18:00 (6:00 pm)
Speed/Pace:  16 mph/B pace.  The route is fairly hilly early on and we will regroup through this section as needed and throughout the ride.  As a night ride, we need to stay together and not let large gaps open up.  It is crucial to communicate if someone is off the back.
Food and Drink afterwards at New Groove.

Wednesdays – 2 options

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

John Barrett 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.


 Reidville Road Area
Where:  Green Pond Baptist Church –  300 Chicken Foot Creek Road, Woodruff, SC 29388When:  Thursdays

Time:  6:00 p.m.Groups/Leaders: vary.

“A” – pace 19 mph (28-32 miles)
“B+” – pace 17.5-18.5 mph (28-32 miles)
“B-” – pace 16.5-17.5 (28-32 miles)
“C” – pace 14-15 mph (24-28 miles)

“Beginner Group” – pace and distance will depend on the group.  This group will stay together and is a great opportunity for new riders.

After the ride, join us at Los Mexicanos for food and fun!!



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