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Volume 44: Issue # 12

President’s Message by Robert Fuller Davis Tuesday October 16, 2012 The 25th Infantry U.S. Army Bicycle Corps, stationed at Fort Missoula, Montana, set out in 1897 to ride their single-speed bicycles cross-country to St. Louis to test the proposition that Army bicycles could replace Army horses. Lt. James A. Moss led the company of 23 riders, known as the Buffalo Soldiers, on the 1900 mile trek. Following the introduction of the chain-driven "safety" bicycle, developed in 1874 by H.J. Lawson, and John Dunlop's 1888 invention of the pneumatic tire, cycling for pleasure and for everyday transport became popular. Several European armies had also established the bicycle's value for reconnaissance and courier services. In July 1896, the bicycle corps took its first long-distance test, riding north to Lake McDonald and back, a distance of 126 miles. During the three-day expedition the soldiers encountered heavy rains, strong winds, deep mud and steep grades and suffered punctured tires, broken pedals, and loose rims and chains. This was all valuable experience for the next test. On August 15, the riders pedaled out of Fort Missoula to Yellowstone Park, ten days and 500 miles. There they rested for five days before returning to their post. They averaged six miles per hour over the steepest part of the route, more than twice that of infantrymen traversing the same terrain. In the summer of 1897, the bicycle corps undertook a longer and more challenging test when they set out for St. Louis. They followed railway roadbeds through Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Missouri. The bicycles were the most modern available, built to military specifications by A.G. Spalding & Bros. of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, but they had thick

steel frames and rims and were cumbersome and heavy. Each rider carried a 10-pound blanket roll that included a shelter tent and poles, a set of underwear, two pairs of socks, a handkerchief, toothbrush and powder. The roll fitted into a luggage carrier in front of the bicycle's handlebars. Each man also carried bacon, bread, canned beef, baked beans, coffee and sugar in leather cases attached to the bicycle frame. Every other man carried a towel and a bar of soap, and each squad chief carried a comb and brush and a box of matches. Fully loaded, the bicycles weighed 59 pounds each. Every man also carried a 10-pound KragJorgensen rifle and a 50-round cartridge belt. The cyclists pedaled out of Fort Missoula at 5:30 am on June 14, 1897. Rain fell in torrents through the night, and by morning the road was completely impassable. The riders abandoned the road and traveled along the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks. Instead of muddy roads, they enjoyed bone-jarring jolts from mile after mile of railroad ties. On the fourth day, the Corps crossed the Continental Divide in freezing temperatures and blowing sleet and snow with visibility less than 20 feet. As they began the descent, melting snow forced the men to pedal in ankle-deep water. The soldiers carried only two days' rations. With food pick-up points stationed every 100 miles, their daily riding average had to be 50 miles, although that wasn't always possible. Between the Crow Indian reservation and Fort Custer in south-central Montana they covered only three miles in six hours and they ran out of food before the next ration point.

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The SLO Coaster is the monthly newsletter of the San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club. It is distributed to members, local bicycle shops and some bicycle organizations. Subscriptions are not available to nonmembers. All articles, letters, stories of bicycling experiences, appropriate classiďŹ ed ads, artwork etc, are welcome. The editor reserves the right to edit or reject material. Each article is the opinion of its author and does not necessarily represent the opinion or endorsement of the SLOBC or the editor. Submittal Guidelines All materials are due no later than 8:00 a.m. on the 15th of each month. Nothing will be accepted verbally. All materials should be emailed to newsletter-editor@slobc.org. Complete submittal guidelines are found on the club website. www.slobc.org/resources/support/newsletter-guidelines.html

SLOBC Meetings Board of Directors Meeting: Tuesday before the General Meeting (5:00 PM) Location: Air Pollution Control District meeting room, 3433 Roberto Court (SLO). All Club members are welcome to attend Board meetings. General Membership Meeting: First Thursday (7:00 PM) Location: County Library, 995 Palm, downtown San Luis Obispo. Refreshments are served starting at 7:00 p.m., Meeting begins at 7:15 p.m. June and December meetings differ.

Contact Information San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club, Inc. P.O. Box 1585 San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 Club Hotline Answering Machine: 805.543.5973 Email: info@slobc.org

Members only site: http://www.slobc.net/membership

CONTENTS Pages 3&4 Minutes of our meetings Pages 5 Road Cleanup Page 6 to 8 Ride Info

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Board of Directors

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President: ..............................Robert Fuller Davis president@slobc.org...................... 805.772.0874 Vice President: ................................Tom Roberts vice-president@slobc.org Treasurer: ......................................Chris Broome treasurer@slobc.org ......................805.772.5900 Secretary: ..................................Craig Armstrong secretary@slobc.org Ride Coordinator: ..........................Will Benedict ride-coordinator@slobc.org ..........805.544.3504 Membership Director: ............Robert Lindquist membership@slobc.org .............805.441.7063 Advocate: ........................................Dave Abrecht advocate@slobc.org....................... 805.801.9211 Historian: ......................................Martin Howell historian@slobc.org Newsletter Editor: ................................Tim Long newsletter-editor@slobc.org Safety Director: .....................................Ken Price safety@slobc.org ...........................805.489.9779 Director-at-Large: ..................Kathleen McHugh at-large@slobc.org ........................805.528.6686 Past President: .................................Frank Mullin past-president@slobc.org

Page 9 The Aerodynamic Helmet A Thank You Pages 10 Ride Coordinator Page 11 Membership Page 12 2013 Proposed Budget

Pages 13 Volunteer Survey Responses Pages 15 Advocate’ Report Back Page Calendar & Program

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Minutes of the San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club Board Meeting Air Pollution Control District Auditorium 3433 Roberto Court, San Luis Obispo CA Tuesday, October 30, 2012 5 PM

Board members present: Robert Fuller Davis, Dave Abrecht, Craig Armstrong, Will Benedict, Chris Broome, Martin Howell, Kathleen McHugh, Frank Mullin, and Ken Price. A quorum being present, the meeting was convened. No one reported a conflict of interest with any agenda item. The minutes of the October 2, 2012 board meeting were approved (MSC:Abrecht/Benedict). Chris Broome reported that club assets totaled $187,000 as of October 30 and that the Lighthouse made approximately $47,000. He estimated that there would be a modest surplus for the year. Ken Price questioned whether Bikewise would be a useful informational tool for members. He will follow up with the city representative who brought Bikewise to the club’s attention. Frank Mullin reported that Larry Rutter would be unable to serve as Vice President in 2013. He will make an announcement at the General Meeting asking for members interested in serving in that position to contact him.

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Chris Broome presented a draft budget for 2013 prepared by him, Dave Abrecht, and Will Benedict. After the Board reviewed the budget in detail and made several changes, the proposed budget was approved (MSC:Armstrong/Abrecht). As a follow-up to a budget committee suggestion, Craig Armstrong and Chris Broome will do an analysis to determine if the current dues schedule should be updated to more fully reflect current operating expenses. Also, Mr. Armstrong indicated that he would draft a policy providing for an annual review of the club’s financial records. The Board adopted the 2013 club calendar presented by President Davis. Will Benedict advised he had investigated options for storing the club trailer. No private facilities were available and storing the trailer at a commercial facility would cost approximately $540 a year. The Board approved using a commercial lot (MSC: Mullin/Armstrong). In addition, the Board agreed with Mr. Benedict’s recommendation that the club become a member of Adventure Cycling in order to secure tour discounts for club members. President Davis reminded everyone of the Bike Coalition’s Red Davis night award event being held that evening. The meeting adjourned at 6:40 PM.

Board members involved with the various strategic planning groups reported on the progress they had made to date regarding the issues under review. Where appropriate, feedback will be solicited from club members. A new group comprised of Frank Mullin and Martin Howell was formed to review issues related to motivating more members to serve as club officers and/or board members.

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MINUTES OF THE SAN LUIS OBISPO BICYCLE CLUB GENERAL MEETING SAN LUIS OBISPO LIBRARY COMMUNITY ROOM 995 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo CA Thursday, November 1, 2012 7:15 PM President Davis called the meeting to order at 7:15 PM. Clipboards were passed for members to sign up for the December potluck, to volunteer for the Wildflower or the Los Osos Farmers Market booth, and to provide refreshments at future meetings. Kathleen McHugh asked potluck attendees to bring a white elephant gift to the potluck. President Davis thanked Steve Fainsbert for serving as greeter, and Kathy Cohon, Bob Tuman, Marian Balster, Sharyl Overholser, and Kathleen McHugh for providing refreshments. The minutes for the October 4, 2012 meeting were approved (MSC:H.Cohon/M.Balster). Chris Broome reported that year-to-date contributions totaled $66,000 and that club assets as of the end of October were approximately $187,000. The proposed budget for 2013 will be printed in the December SLO Coaster.

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Gary Havas gave a brief status report on the Wildflower and noted that there was still a need for a Cleanup Captain. Frank Mullin advised that voting for club officers and the proposed change in the club logo was now open on the club website. The Vice President position will be open and anyone interested in filling that position should contact him or President Davis. Will Benedict reported that a number of members had signed up for a Cycle Montana trip in June, 2013, and that anyone planning to sign up should advise him accordingly. Ken Price and Dave Abrecht conducted a brainstorming session to have attendees identify safety concerns on club rides. The information collected will be reviewed by a safety committee with the objective of developing programs to address those concerns. President Davis briefly reviewed the groups working on various areas for improvement in the club and noted that interested members can participate in the groups. Stu and Janie Goldenberg gave a presentation on their “Trails on Our Tandem� road trip through several western states. The meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM.

A Note from our British Visitors

Hello Robert

Just a note to say that the group enjoyed meeting your club members and liked San Luis Obispo very much. Dale Sutliff was an excellent guide and we enjoyed the two rides with him. I'm hoping to bring another group so look forward to meeting you all again. Regards Chris Ellison Tour Leader <chris.ellison@cyclingholidays.org> On behalf of CTC Cycling Holidays & Tours Ltd

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THE GREAT CLEANUP Ken Price SLOBC safety director

There were bagels and coffee for all, and Heulan Brown brought a bag of Gala apples, and they are great tasting. I was amazed how much more trash we picked up than I thought would be out there. As you can see lots of full trash bags as well as what I had in recycle material in the back of my Subaru. Nineteen of our club members did a great job of making Ontario look wonderful. We have a club that always steps up to the plate and delivers home runs on a regular basis. Here are the club members who should be mentioned: Bob Lindquist, George Birk, Kay Birk, Kathleen McHugh, Ernest Cole, Kathy Cohon, Harvey Cohon, John Long, Gary Havas, Larry Rutter, Judy Rutter, Bruce Smith, Ann Smith, Cil Boughton, Howard Dolinsky, Jim Hanto and his sidekick Molly, Mike Balster, Marian Balster, Heulan Brown, and Sandy Pitt. The Rutters took home a mouse somewhere in their car, and another jumped out of a bag and ran across the road. A special thanks to Cil, who took three television sets we dragged out of the ditch, and delivered them to SLO high school, where there was a pickup of e-waste. President from page 1

On the evening of June 25, the expedition reached the site of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, fought exactly 21 years earlier. "The site of our camp was on the flat at the foot of the hill on which Gen. Custer fought the famous battle and where the Indians pitched their lodges the day before the battle." One month later, on July 24th, hundreds of St. Louis bicyclists rode out to meet the approaching troopers and large crowds greeted the soldiers as they made their way into the city. The St. Louis Associated Cycling Corps sponsored a parade in their honor. This was "the most marvelous cycling trip in the history of the wheel and the most rapid military march on record," reported the St. Louis Star. The trip took 40 days: 34 days traveling and six rest and repair days. Because of the extreme road and weather conditions, the men pushed their bicycles nearly 400 of the total 1,900 miles traveled and they averaged 55 miles per day. Moss reported several problems that needed to be addressed, including the increase of rations, as provisions intended for two days lasted for only four meals. He also recommended the addition of shock absorbers to the handlebars as many men suffered severe pain from

traveling over rough roads and railroad tracks. In some places they had found it easier to carry their fully loaded bicycles on their shoulders. In the end, the army decided not to establish a permanent bicycle corps. Lack of good roads, the large supply of horses and the country's vast expanse all worked against the idea. After returning by train to their post at Fort Missoula, the bicycle corps was disbanded as an active unit. The Buffalo Soldiers, dispatched to Cuba during the Spanish American war, maintained the sense of humor shared by all cyclists. At the Battle of San Juan, whenever one of them was wounded, they simply said, "I've got a puncture."

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THE SLO COASTER ! Ride Details Current Ride Information Information on all Club rides including more detailed ride descriptions and any updates to the Ride Calendar can be found on the club web site www.slobc.org under Ride Calendar.

Submitting Ride Information Submit ride information to both Will Benedict and Frank Mullin to ensure the newsletter's Ride Calendar and web site are accurate. Submit any ride changes to Frank Mullin. This will ensure that the most current ride information can always be found under Ride Calendar at www.slobc.org.

Safe Riding All cyclists taking part in club rides are expected to contribute to the ride's safety and enjoyment. You can find Safe Cycling Practices and SLOBC Club Ride Best Practices under Safety at www.slobc.org. Scheduled club rides include both Fixed (Fixed starting location and time) and Variable (Variable starting location and time) events.

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the rides leave at the scheduled time. Led 19 Bob Jones Trail Head. Led by by Ben Patrick (543-2803). Steve Vines (202-8114). 26 Show & Go from French Park (SLO). (9:00 AM) - Breakaways Mondays (D-3). Damon Garcia Sports Field. Led by Russ (9:00 AM) - Frequent Feeders (B-2). Robinson (781-0903). This a a social group which rides at a moderate pace with regular regroups and (9:00 AM) - Flaming Tortoises (A-2). a very social coffee break midway Dinosaur Caves Park (SB). Generally we through the ride. expect to ride 15 to 25 miles at no more than 12 miles per hour. Contact Bob 5 Bandstand (AG). Ride out to Tuman @ (978-621-1417/545-5976). Huasna Valley. Led by Roger Heathcote (10:00 AM) - Atascadero Scramblers (B-3). (929-8918). Atascadero Zoo. Distance: about 35 12 State Park Marina (MB). Led by miles. Destinations: Santa Margarita, Joan Petersen (772-2604). Atascadero and Templeton for the mid19 Bandstand (AG). Ride to the ride coffee stop. Route sheets / maps Trilogy (Nipomo) Led by Sandy Pitt distributed via email prior to each ride, (489-0138). none available at the ride start. (See 26 Show & Go from French Park email group page for instructions on (SLO). joining email groups.) Led by Glenn & Gail Vanderlinde (ggvaderlinde@yahoo.com). (9:00 AM) - The Trikers (B-2). French Park (SLO). This is a ride especially (10:00 AM) - Atascadero Breakers (C-4). for the many club members who are now Atascadero Zoo. Distance: 35-40 riding trikes. We specialize in safety and do miles. Destinations: Templeton, Santa our socializing when we stop for coffee. Margarita, Atascadero, Paso Robles and San Miguel for mid-ride coffee stops. COME JOIN THE FUN! We'll ride about Route sheets and maps distributed via 25-30 miles at about 12 MPH on the first and email prior to each ride. Contact leader third Wednesday of the month. Led by to get on email distribution. Led by Dorothy Curhan (542-0334). French Park Kevin Matherly (SLO). (matherlykevin@hotmail.com).

(8:30 AM) - Sunday Baywood / Los Osos Ride (B-2). Show & Go from Nazarene Church (BP). Casual pace to coffee shop in Cayucos with possibility of doing an Tuesday additional creek based on mutual agreement. Contact person: Jack Robison (8:30 AM) - Baywood Vacillators (B-2/3). 772-7748. Show & Go from Nazarene Church (BP). Group decides on a coffee shop (9:00 AM) - Arroyo Grande Sunday Ride destination in San Luis Obispo or Avila (B-2). Beach by mutual agreement. Ride Andreini's (AG). The length is about 35 normally breaks into a faster and slower miles. If you are riding from SLO, group. Contact person: Marina Michel contact me (frankmullin@charter.net) to 528-1732. see if we can join up. Two popular destinations are Poly Village (SLO) and the Trilogy (Nipomo). Led by Craig Wednesday Armstrong (619-7023). (9:00 AM) - Flyers (D-3). These rides are tailored for people wanting faster paced rides with some Monday pace line riding. (9:00 AM) - Yellowjackets SLO Rides (B-2). 5 French Park (SLO). Led by Bill Ben's House (SLO). Ride supports one Goodger (782-9197). riding group (pace, 12-14 MPH) to Santa Margarita Park. Led by various destinations. Be on time because 12 Glenn Vanderlinde (466-4221).

Help celebrate Janice's retirement! Led by Janice Benedict (544-3504). (10:00 AM) - Templeton Breakers (C-4). Templeton Park. Distance: 35-40 miles. Destinations: Templeton, Santa Margarita, Atascadero, Paso Robles and San Miguel for mid-ride coffee stops. Route sheets / maps distributed via email prior to each ride. (See Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ride for more info.). Led by George DiMundo (gdimundo47@yahoo.com). (10:00 AM) - Templeton Scramblers (B-2). Templeton Park. Distance: about 35 miles. Destinations: Santa Margarita, Atascadero and Templeton for the midride coffee stop. Route sheets / maps distributed via email prior to each ride. (See Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ride for more info.) Led by Patti & Bill VanOrden (pvanorden@charter.net).

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Wednesday (cont.) (9:00 AM) - SLO Pokes (A-2). These rides are tailored for riders wanting to average no more than 12 miles per hour. 5 Show & Go from French Park (SLO). 12 Show & Go from Laguna Lake Park (SLO). 19 Show & Go from Meadow Park (SLO). 26 Show & Go from Bob Jones Trail Head.

Thursday (8:30 AM) - Baywood / Los Osos Ride (B-2). Show & Go from Nazarene Church (BP). Casual pace to coffee shop in Cayucos with possibility of doing an additional creek based on mutual agreement. Contact person: Jerry Lundstrom 528-1069.

Friday (9:00 AM) - Breakaways Fridays (D-3). Bandstand (AG). Led by Larry Bradford (474-8764). (9:00 AM) - Yellowjackets SLO Rides (B-2). Ben's House (SLO). Ride supports one riding group (pace, 12-14 MPH) to various destinations. Be on time because the rides leave at the scheduled time. Led by Ben Patrick (543-2803). (9:00 AM) - Tortoises (A-1). This group is intended for people that just want to get out for a short, easy, slow ride. We will ride about 10 to 15 miles and average 10 miles per hour. We will also try to minimize hill climbing. A coffee stop is included.

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Tortoises (continued) 7 Paso Robles Airport. Ride Vineyards - Airport Roundabout. Extras may include lunch at the airport and a tour of the Firestone Brewery. Assisted by Bob Tuman (545-5976). Led by Bob Behnke (239-4042). 14 Dinosaur Caves Park (SB). Ride to the San Luis Port Pier area (Avila). Led by Bob Briscoe (489-5621). 21 Food4Less (SLO). Ride to Avila. Assisted by Bob Tuman (545-5976). Led by Bob Zilkey (542-0638). 28 Bob Jones Trail Head. Visit See Canyon area. Led by Bob Young (489-4755). (9:00 AM) -Blazing Saddles (A-2) Destinations throughout the county. Avg. 12 mph. Distance approx. 25 miles. Heavy social emphasis, and always a coffee stop. We alternate every other Friday with a Mountain Bike ride. For ride notifications, receive emails via SLOBC ‘Blazing Saddles’ group emails or email/call Dee McKelvie at: flyingmonkeys31@gmail.com or 610-1234. (10:00 AM) - Paso Robles Scramblers (B-2). Marriot Courtyard Hotel. Distance: about 35 miles. Destinations: Santa Margarita, Atascadero and Templeton for the mid-ride coffee stop. See Monday’s ride info. Led by Jean

McBride (jmcbride760@gmail.com).

(10:00 AM) - Paso Robles Breakers

(C-4). Marriot Courtyard Hotel. Distance: 35-40 miles. Destinations: Templeton, Santa Margarita, Atascadero, Paso Robles and San Miguel for mid-ride coffee stops. See Monday’s ride info.. Led by Bill McBride mcbride7085@gmail.com).

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Saturday (8:00 AM) - Slabtown Rollers (C-4). Sotheby's Realty (Cambria). Variable itinerary, call for details. Led by Tom Parsons (927-5514). (9:00 AM) - Huasna Valley Ride (C-2). Sixteenth Street Park (GB). Ride to Huasna and back, about 40 miles and 1700 feet of climbing. Led by Long Nguyen (481-1688). (9:00 AM) - SLO Velo (C-3). The rides are designed for the intermediate rider who is comfortable riding a 15+ mph pace on 40 - 55 mile routes. The starting location on the first Saturday of each month will be variable. More information at web page : http://www.slovelo.com. Contact Ron Starkey for more information (ronstarkey@exocet.com). (10:00 AM) - King City Hillbillies (B-3/4). Starbucks (King City). Distances 30 to 50 miles. Destinations: Mountains to left of us, mountains to the right of us, or runs down the valley to San Ardo and other cultural attractions. Water and snacks are available at Starbucks. Led by Chuck Krause or Ralph Lee (ralphlee@redshift.com).

4th Annual Tortoise New Year's Day Ride January 1, 2013, 9 a.m. Leaders: Stu and Janie Goldenberg 544-4720 Starting location: Their home Ride: 4th Annual Tortoise New Year's Ride (or walk if it rains) Extras: Potluck afterwards - bring stuff to share!

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Directions to Starting Locations Andreini's (AG) Take 101 to Arroyo Grande, exit Grand exit, left 0.3 miles to Andreini's on left. Park in lot to the right. Atascadero Zoo Take 101 north from San Luis Obispo to Atascadero, take the Santa Rosa exit (218A), turn left on to Santa Rosa Rd for 1.4 miles, turn right on Highway 41, continue 0.2 miles to zoo on right. Bandstand (AG) Take 101 to Grand exit in Arroyo Grande. Turn east 0.2 miles to Traffic Way, right 0.2 miles to Nelson St, left 0.1 miles to Short Street. Park on street. Ben's House (SLO) Take 101 to Los Osos Valley Road. Go east 0.5 mile to Higuera, left 0.4 mile to Tank Farm Rd, right 1.9 miles to Poinsettia St, right 0.1 mile to Alyssum Court, left one house -- Ben's house is first on left. Bob Jones Trail Head

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Marriot Courtyard Hotel Take 101 (north or south) to the Spring St. exit, turn east onto 1st St, then south (left) onto So. Vine St. Entrance to the hotel parking lot is on your left; park along So. Vine St. Meadow Park (SLO) Take 101 to Madonna Rd exit in SLO. Go east 0.4 miles to Higuera, left 0.1 mile to South St, right 0.7 mile to Meadow Street, right 0.2 mile to lot on your right. Nazarene Church (BP) Corner of Santa Ysabel and South Bay Blvd in Los Osos. From 101, take Los Osos Valley Rd exit. Travel west for 9 miles to South Bay Blvd. Travel right about 1 mile to light, church is on your right. Paso Robles Airport Take exit 231 (Hwy 46) from US 101 northbound, right on Hwy 46 for 2.3 miles, left on Airport Rd for 1.9 miles, right on Rollie Gates Rd for 0.1 mile, left on Wing Way to parking lot on right. Santa Margarita Park

Take 101 toward the five cities. Exit at San Luis Bay drive. Go left on Ontario for 0.8 miles. Park in the lot on your left.

Take 101 to highway 58 off ramp into Santa Margarita. Follow highway 58 through town and stay on it when it turns to the right. After crossing the tracks, you will find the park to your right.

Damon Garcia Sports Field

Sixteenth Street Park (GB)

Take 101 to Los Osos Valley Road exit, east 0.4 miles to Higuera, left 0.2 miles to Tank Farm, right 1.5 miles to Broad, left 0.2 miles to the park on the left (across from Industrial Way).

Going southbound on 101 to Pismo Beach, take Oak Park exit, left on El Camino Real for 0.3 miles, right on Oak Park for 1.1 miles, right on Mentone and then into park on left.

Dinosaur Caves Park (SB)

Sotheby's Realty (Cambria)

Take 101 south to Spyglass Drive off ramp, go right to light, left on Shell Beach Road 1.4 miles to Cliff Avenue, right 0.1 mile to park on left.

Take 101 to Highway 1 west, continue 34 miles to Cambria Rd, then turn left onto Main St. Continue 0.4 miles to Sotheby's Realty on the right (east of Main).

Food4Less (SLO)

Starbucks (King City)

Take 101 to Los Osos Valley Road. Go east 0.5 mile to Higuera, left 0.3 mile to Food4Less on your right.

Take 101 north to King City. Take the Broadway off ramp and turn left under the 101 Freeway overpass on to Broadway Circle. Starbucks will be immediately on your left with ample parking.

French Park (SLO) Take 101 to Los Osos Valley Road. East 0.5 mile to Higuera, left 0.4 mile to Tank Farm Rd, right 1.9 miles to Poinsettia St, right 0.4 miles to Fuller, left 0.1 mile to park (on the left). Laguna Lake Park (SLO) Take 101 to Madonna exit in SLO. Going west, 0.7 miles to entrance to Laguna Lake Park on your right. Generally park in second lot to the left (near the bathrooms).

Pace

State Park Marina (MB) Take 101 to Highway 1. Go west 12 miles to the Los Osos/Baywood Park exit. Left to 0.3 miles to State Park Rd. Right 1.7 miles to marina parking area on the left. Templeton Park Take 101 to the Vineyard exit in Templeton. Turn east for 0.2 miles to Old Country Road, turn left for 0.4 miles to 6th Street. Park is on your right.

Description

Terrain

Description

AA Very Slow

Less than 10 mph. Regroups often. Waits for slowest rider.

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Generally Flat

A Slow

9 to 12 mph average. Regroups occasionally. (SLO Pokes)

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Easy Grades Some Hills

B Moderate

12 to 15 mph average. Regroups every 30 minutes. Waits for slower riders. (Frequent Feeders)

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Rolling Hills (North County Hills - Peachy Cyn)

C Brisk

14 to 17 mph average. Regroups every 30-45 minutes. Waits for slower riders (Flyers)

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Hard Hills (Hwy. 46 - coast to Paso Robles)

D Fast

Averages over 16 mph. Requires experienced riders and pace line riding. (Tuesday Night Rides)

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Very Challenging Hills

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The Evolution of the Aerodynamic Helmet By Stu Goldenberg

The discussion of mirrors has come up in my column in the past. There are a number of different types of mirrors one can use while cycling. Of course there are the bar end mirrors. The primary weakness of these is there vulnerability when the bicycle is knocked over. Then there are mirrors that clip to the temple of glasses. They don't work well with wire glass frames. There are mirrors attached to helmets, which don't work well if you forget your helmet. Missing from the above mix of mirrors is the biological mirror. It provides the ability to look in all directions and provides an audio alarm if necessary. The biological mirror also has weaknesses. It, too, can break if the bike falls over. The biological mirror also does you no good if you leave it home, and repercussions are possible if left home.

Dear SLO Bike Club: I’ve always known the SLO Bike Club was a great group of people, friendly, encouraging, and enthusiastic, and now I have concrete proof. A huge THANK YOU to all the people who donated items to the Atascadero High School Bike Club at our last meeting (and in the days afterward!). I had so many items coming at me I felt like I needed juggling lessons holding a box of one person’s donations while receiving a bag of another’s, all while asking questions about a donated bike and simultaneously trying to hold a door open so another club member could bring in their items! It was a three-ring circus and I was delighted and thankful to be the recipient of so much goodwill and great donations. All of your items will make someone happier and healthier while on a bike, and I thank you so much for them. There were too many people for me to thank each individually, though a special “thank you” goes to Chris Broome, John Long, and Janie and Stu Goldenberg, who each donated a bike to the AHS Bike Club, and to Kathleen McHugh for her generous cash donation of $100.

Once again, thank you for all your support and goodwill. Being a high school club advisor is a new and some times daunting task for me – your support makes me like great things are not only possible but probable. Sincerely,

- - Robin Dery, AHS Bike Club advisor robindery@atasusd.org

I am including a few pictures from the 1st ever AHS Bike Club “Bike-n-Camp” which took place last weekend (Nov 3-4). Two backed out at the last minute, but four club members biked from the high school to Santa Margarita Lake, spent the night, then biked back the next day. Imagine: 4 freshmen boys and two middle-aged female chaperones! Quite the mix - it was a stitch! And we had great weather, fabulous cycling, and a totally successful trip. (Ask me what “chubby buddies” is – it’s not a reference to people in too-small spandex, it’s an adolescent camping game. I now know how to play, thanks to this camping trip, though it is not for the fastidious. But if you are curious, I will share the details!) SLO Coaster| P.O. Box 1585 San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 | 805-543-5973 | www.slobc.org


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Ride Coordinator Report

KING CITY TO SAN MIGUEL

Will Benedict, Ride Coordinator willbenedict@me.com

During 2013 I am going to plan two small supported group rides (mini indulgence rides). The first is planned for Saturday, April 6, 2013. We will start in SLO, bus to King City, ride to San Miguel, go to dinner and return to SLO. Slides showing this ride can be accessed at http:// www.williambenedict.com/news-notes/index.html within the King City to San Miguel Bike Ride article. You can see the route at http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/ 65602936

2012 INDULGENCE RIDE This year's Indulgence Ride revisited an old route in reverse. Forty members (16 women and 24 men) took part in the ride that started in Carmel Valley Village and climbed 18 miles before descending 22 miles into Greenfield. The 18 miles of climbing on the short route was easier than anticipated except for an evenly graded one-mile climb of 8/9 percent that began at 10.7 miles in. The longer route had a tough two-mile climb that started 5 miles in and was described as more difficult than Old Creek. The joy of coasting downhill for 22 miles was dampened somewhat by a strong headwind that required riders to peddle to maintain speed. It was a glorious warm sunny day with leaves falling as we climbed through the forests. During the descent, we were treated to spectacular views including vineyards perched on bluffs along Arroyo Seco Rd.â&#x20AC;&#x201D;it was a very beautiful ride. A large range of riders took part and those that finished early went to the El Michoacano Restaurant in Greenfield for beer and food before joining everyone at Greenfield High School for showers. From there we went to the 10th Street Basque CafĂŠ in San Miguel for dinner and then home. I hope you will join us next October when we will do the same ride again. NEW YEARS DAY RIDE Our traditional New Years Day ride from Shamel Park in Cambria to Ragged Point and back falls on a Tuesday this year. We will leave Shamel Park at 9:00 a.m. RIDE LEADER BRUNCH The Ride Leader Brunch will be held at the Inn at Morro Bay on Saturday, January 19, 2013. I will be sending out email invitations by the first of December with more information. If you have coordinated a ride series or lead at least 3 rides during 2012, save the date on your calendar.

A SAG vehicle will support the ride with a rest stop every 10 miles. It should take about 6 hours and participants will share the task of driving the SAG vehicle. The ride will be limited to between 15 and 20 club members. The day will start in SLO at 6:30 AM and end in SLO at about 9:00 PM. More details and costs will follow but if you want to make sure that you have a place, send me an email.

BLOSSOM RIDE This beautiful early season ride includes both orchards in bloom and mountains. It will be held on March 2, 2013. Last year the SLOBC group that participated camped at Club Royal Oak in Kingsburg, CA. and enjoyed dinner together the night before the ride. I will let you know as soon as I know when registration opens. Ride Site: http://www.blossombikeride.com Email me of you plan to participate to receive planning information. BORREGO SPRINGS ROAD TRIP Dave and Debbie Abrecht are traveling to Borrego Springs, CA in March and are inviting SLOBC members to join them for a few days of riding in this beautiful desert valley. The initial plan is to meet for dinner in Borrego Springs on Sunday March 10, 2013 and ride on Monday and Tuesday. Further details will be developed but you must make your own accommodations. Because this is a busy tourist season, making early reservations are strongly recommended. For more information or to join the group, contact Dave at 805-801-9211 or daveabrecht@me.com.

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Membership - December 2012 Bob Lindquist

RENEW, RENEW, RENEW!! - ALL 2012 Memberships expire DECEMBER 31, 2012. Your membership expiration date is listed: (1) first line of the address label, printed version of the SLO Coaster (2) in your membership file on the SLOBC website CLUB DUES: $15/year single, $22/year family (2 or more) BARGAIN BASEMENT PRICE FOR 2 YEARS …only $30/single and $44/family!! (1) ONLINE at the SLOBC website (www.slobc.org). Log into the “Members Only” site (password required) to update your information and pay either electronically (PayPal) or send check to: SLOBC c/o Bob Lindquist, 925 Bassi Dr., San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 (2) PRINTED FORMS: SLOBC website: http:// www.slobc.org/membership/support/ membership-form.html

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or contact me for a printed form: rnlindquist1@mac.com (441-7063). NEW MEMBERS (1) Go to our public website: (www.slobc.org). (2) Select “Membership” from the left hand column (3) Under the “Join or Renew” heading, select “New Member” (4) Fill out the application and follow the instructions to get a waiver form and a Username and Password. (5) Send the signed waiver form and a check (or pay electronically by PayPal) to: SLOBC c/o Bob Lindquist, 925 Bassi Dr., San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 Alternatively: print out a membership/waiver form (see PRINTED FORMS above for website address), or pick up one at a club meeting, or contact me for a mailed copy. Sign and submit with a check as above.

Ride Coordinator from page 10

CYCLE MONTANA

WINE COUNTRY CENTURY

This year we have a group of club members taking part in Adventure Cycling’s fully supported Cycle Montana ride. At this point we have 14 people registered. There is still time for you to join us. Go to http://adventurecycling.org/tours/tourdetail.cfm? t=EV13&id=351&p=1 for information on the ride. Send me an email when you have registered and I will put you on our club list to get a discount.

A group of SLOBC members has enjoyed this ride the last three years. This year’s date is May 4, 2013. The beautiful route travels through the wine country near Santa Rosa, California and the ride is very well organized with excellent food. The Wine Country Century registration opens February 1, 2013. It fills quickly so be ready. Registration Link: http://srcc.memberlodge.com/ Default.aspx?pageId=1444175 Email me of you plan to participate to receive planning information.

Trip Dates: Jun 22, 2013 - Jun 29, 2013 Riding Days: 7 Miles: 410 Average Miles Per Day: 58.6 Type: Supported Meals: Catered meals Accommodations: Camping Cost: $1,349.00 Deposit: $200.00

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2013 Budget By Chris Broome, Treasurer

At their October 30th meeting, the Board reviewed the proposed 2013 Contributions and Operational budgets as shown below and approved them for presentation to the SLOBC membership. A membership vote on these budgets is scheduled for the December 2012 General Meeting. 2013 Operational Budget Income Club Clothing sales Lighthouse Ride Wildflower Ride Indulgence Rides Membership Dues Miscellaneous

2013 Contributions Budget $

Total:

0 120,000 120,420 4,600 7,250 1,300 253,570

Expenses Advocacy Adopt A Highway Clothing Club Meetings & Programs Club Picnic & Potluck Contributions Lighthouse Ride Wildflower Ride Indulgence Rides Membership & Directory Newsletter Operations Ride Coordinator Safety Sunshine Fund Taxes Capital Projects Funding Provision for Reserve Total:

840 125 0 1,300 1,100 73,900 68,585 74,585 5,965 1,175 5,000 12,575 2,610 15 235 4,060 0 1,500 253,570

Association 2013 Budget Amgen Tour of California Atascadero High School Bicycle Club Cal Poly International Student Bike Program Cal Poly Wheelmen CCCMB Morro Bay 4th REC Foundation, Paso Robles SLO County Bicycle Coalition SLO County Bicycle Coalition - Matching SLO Regional Rideshare SLO Sheriff's Advisory Council

Community Community Community Community Community Community Community Community Community Community Community

$ 1,000 1,000 500 4,000 3,500 500 500 30,000 10,000 1,500 1,000

Cayucos Elementary School District Cambria Community Council Morro Bay Community Volunteers Morro Bay High School Piedras Blancas Light Station Association

Lighthouse Lighthouse Lighthouse Lighthouse Lighthouse

1,000 500 200 2,000 500

Creston 4H Creston Classic Rodeo Creston Community Church Creston Elementary School Shandon Pool Fund Shandon Unified School District

Wildflower Wildflower Wildflower Wildflower Wildflower Wildflower

300 1,500 150 2,700 500 3,000

Cal Poly Amateur Radio Club Estero Radio Club

WF & LH WF & LH

1,500 500

Provision for Unplanned Requests

Total:

6,050

73,900

Budget Notes: The planned contributions for the 2013 year increase over 2012 levels due to plans for new donations to organizations that we have not previously supported. The increase in contributions is primarily offset by making only a small allocation to the reserve account and making no addition to the Capital Projects Fund in 2013. Many of our contributions support functions and organizations in the communities that the Wildflower and Lighthouse rides pass through. We have shown this association in the Contributions section of the Budget. Contributions to the Community recipients are in support of the SLOBC overall mission of promoting bicycle riding in SLO County.

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Volunteer Brunch Questionnaire: Response compiled by Will Benedict

Following is are the questions handed out at the November club meeting along with a tabulation of the 35 responses received. What would you add? Provide an comments in a return email. The SLOBC provides three opportunities for club members to gather: monthly meetings, twice annual potlucks and twice annual volunteer brunchs. Each of these provides opportunities for members to talk with old friends, meet new members and socialize— they are essential to building our sense of community. The monthly meetings typically have 50 participants, the potlucks approach 100 participants and the last brunch had about 180 participants—the brunch is clearly our largest community gathering. The increasing cost of the brunch has produced concern about the balance between cost and community benefit. This questionaire is an attempt to gather member thoughts on this issue. Cost Assuming 170 participants, check all the following that are acceptable to you (includes facility costs): Vote 9 $25/person = $4250 11 $30/person = $5100 5 $35/person = $5950 3 $40/person = $6800 1 $45/person = $7650 3 $50/person = $8500 Menu The menu has been appetizers, main course (breakfast) and dessert, check all the folowing that are acceptable to you: Vote 3 Appetizers only 8 Appetizers and Main Course 7 Appetizers and Dessert 8 Main Course only 15 Main Course and Dessert 6 Appetizers, Main Course and Dessert

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2012 Numbers Lighthouse Income: Lighthouse Expenses: Lighthouse Profit: Brunch Cost: Cost/Person (180): T-Shirts (250 @ $12): Captains (31 @ $35): Wildflower Income: Wildflower Expenses: Wildflower Profit: Brunch Cost: Cost/Person (140): T-Shirts (250 @ $12): Captains (31 @ $35):

$121,000 $73,500 $47,500 $9,950 $55 $3,000 $1,085 $120,800 $74,700 $46,100 $4,600 $33 $3,000 $1,085

Your Observations and Suggestions Less than $10 Less Food — Less Cost The brunch the way it is, is great. If we did not have such a surplus I would worry about the cost. Looking at other caterers for different menus and cost comparisons. We have many good resturants and chefs that might give a better or varied menu. Just so we don’t have a group like the spring group who limit what we wanted then had so much left over. Reduce the head count The brunch is the most appreciated of all events for volunteers. This is the place to show gratitude for the work. Don’t cut back to much — we have the $. Return more of the club’s revenues to the community I think the more, the merrier! So glad to have so many volunteers. I personally feel volunteers should get a free Tshirt and lunch the day of the ride. Having brunch isn’t necessary. Better to use the money to help with projects. Brunch doesn’t mean much to me. Maybe in stead of the usual brunch we should hold a sack lunch get-together at a quiet intersection somewhere and discuss the just completed Wildflower/Lighthouse ride. That way we could give a whole lot more to the community. continued on Page 14

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questionnaire from page 13

It is much better if you can find a place that already has banquet rooms and will supply the food. This is the best way to reduce costs. I suggest you check out some of The local hotels, restaurants etc, that have large banquet rooms to compare costs. In my opinion, the menu should remain the same, and the cost (even though it sounds high) is low compared the the revenue we take in. I feel that the Volunteer Brunch is extremely important and is a great way to wind up such a large and highly organized event. It gives the volunteers a feeling of accomplishment and appreciation, and allows them to see the full scope of the participation that took place. Many times I/we have been asked by other clubs how we get so many of our members to come out and work the rides. This is just one of the ways we thank our volunteers, and it is VERY IMPORTANT. I hope that we can figure out how to still have our lovely brunches at a better price. I think we should keep the brunch cost to a minimum, $25 or less. We don’t really need all that food. Should be a simple meal, maybe dessert or not. I don’t really care about dessert. Keeping the brunch is a good idea. We need to make our volunteers feel appreciated. Without them, the rides wouldn’t be so successful. 1. Spending that amount of money on volunteer recognition is excessive. (Note: Even football opposes and punishes excessive celebration). 2. Combine the recognition celebrations into a single “Annual Volunteer Recognition”. a. This could be combined with the ride leader recognition as the annual Christmas Dinner. b. Adopting a single annual dinner may cause the need other social get together celebrations like moving the Potluck Dinner to summer. c. If volunteerism is dependent upon rewards then maybe some club sponsored item like a T-shirt could be awarded at the annual recognition and not for each event the club sponsors. 3. The savings would be available for the

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enhancement of bicycle related projects. a. All three items are worthy projects but I would suggest supporting them as one major item and one minor per year. b. The major and minor item could be adopted as part of the club’s annual budget. 4. I like the free alternative ride for volunteers and feel this should be sufficient and ample reward for the mass of volunteers. However, those who do the extra work of being a “captain” should continue to be rewarded as they are now. The extra work they do should be rewarded. We haven’t attended the brunches for some time now because we feel the club’s money could be spent on more worthwhile endeavors. I recognize that many volunteers enjoy the brunch and would be disappointed if it were to be discontinued. However there must be a way to make it less expensive; perhaps by reducing the size of the meal offerings and finding a free venue. Volunteer T-shirts are an expense that could be greatly reduced by issuing a T-shirt that can be worn at all future ride events. After all, it’s purpose is to identify volunteers at rest stops, etc. I have a closet full of them that I rarely wear. Our club logo could be used on the T-shirt and even the word “volunteer” might be helpful. I believe volunteers are just that. They provide a service free of charge, not expecting or feeling entitled to any sort of compensation. Perhaps a tshirt for identification and uniformity, and a personalized thank-you note from the Team Captain would be adequate. I would propose taking all the rest of the money spent on compensating volunteers and instead spending it on cycling safety advocacy.

If you would like to submit a comment, email Will Benedict ( ride-coordinator@slobc.org ).

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ADVOCATEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S REPORT by Dave Abrecht and Ken Price

CLUB RIDES AND SAFETY The only way to ensure safety on group rides is for everyone to be on the same bike....... If only it was that easy.

Dave and Ken have been charged with an effort to improve safety on club rides. In that effort, we conducted a quick and dirty "brainstorming" exercise at the November general meeting. We asked members to finish the following sentence. "When I participate in a club group ride, my most significant safety concern is ............." Your answers are listed below. Any member / reader who has additional ideas / concerns, please let us know. We will be asking members to join us in using this list of concerns to create programs and strategies to make club rides safer. Stay tuned!

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Riders who do not use words or hand signals to communicate their actions / movement Ride leaders who fail to discuss safety practices at the start of a ride Ride leaders who do not survey the planned route and discuss potential dangers and hazardous areas Ride leaders who do not provide route slips with ride directions Riders who are not skilled at riding in traffic Riders who do not follow lane directional markings (i.e. going straight in a right turn only lane) Riders who pass other riders without notice Rides that "drop" slower participants, especially new riders unfamiliar with the area / route The lack of a "buddy" system to account for all riders. Riders who do not move safely off of the roadway when stopped.

SLOBC Debuts at the Los Osos Farmers' Market Kathleen McHugh and Dave Abrecht staffed a table at a recent Farmers' Market in Los Osos. Many people stopped by to talk about cycling in our county and expressed an interest in club rides and activities. If you are interested in our effort to have a club presence at a farmers' market in your community, contact Kathleen.

Challenges to safe club rides: Riders who fail to point out hazards and obstacles in the roadway Erratic, unpredictable riders Riders riding in the roadway outside of the bike lane Riders riding two and three abreast

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San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club, Inc. P.O. Box 1585 San Luis Obispo, CA 93406

CALENDAR: BOARD MEETING December 4, 5:00 P.M. GENERAL MEETING December 6, 5:30 P.M. NEW YEARSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; DAY RIDES January 1, 2013 (check ride reports/schedules for details)

DECEMBER POTLUCK A CLASSY AFFAIR The December SLO Bike Club potluck will be Thursday, December 6 at the The San Luis Obispo Elks Lodge @ 222 Elks Lane. Socializing begins at 5:30 with dinner at 6 p.m. Please make sure you sign up by contacting me (Kathleen McHugh) at: elcolejr@gmail.com or 805-528-6686. As the theme is 'A Classy Affair', wear your most 'e legant' outfit. We can suggest tux and shorts, denim and diamonds, or fur ('but not real fur, 'c ause that's cruel') and a helmet, for example! As always, please bring a table cloths or place mats for your table, bring your own place setting (including plate, bowl, dessert plate, glass, silver ware, napkin). The club will provide dessert, and Kathy Cohon will bring coffee and tea as usual. Alcohol can be purchased at the bar. No alcohol from home, please! Bring your holiday spirit and a dish according to your last name: A-G Salad, Side Dish, Soup, Stew, or Chile H-N Main Dish O-S Salad, Side Dish, Soup, Stew, or Chile T-Z Main Dish

Remember: Please try to include a list of the ingredients in your dish (or the recipe) and place it on the table near your dish. This really helps people who have any dietary restrictions, such as allergies with gluten, peanuts, dairy, shell fish, lactose intolerance and vegetarians. It is sometimes impossible to tell if any of these ingredients are in a dish just by looking at it. Plus we can share recipes! Finally, we have a couple of surprises planned for the potluck. You can help by bringing a 'White Elephant' gift beautifully wrapped to the potluck. These gifts will be the decorations on your table and are an important part of the evening's entertainment. So search your closet for that 's pecial treasure' that you'd LOVE to get rid of, wrap it deceptively (I mean, beautifully), and bring it to The Elks Lodge on Thursday, December 6, 2012. See you there!

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Monthly Newsletter of the San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club

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