C ride leaders for April


Karen Gellert
 

Huh?


On Thu, Aug 18, 2022 at 5:55 PM Pamela Rogers <pamelagaylerogers@...> wrote:
Hi Dan - My apologies but I will not make it tonight.  I am just at Woodside waiting for a train to Farmingdale.  Please tell everyone Hi for me.  Have a great time and thank you for hosting the event.  - Pam

On Mar 22, 2022, at 9:03 AM, Dan Panzenbeck <dpanzenbeck@...> wrote:


Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd. 
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊 
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.

Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park 
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715


Pamela Rogers
 

Hi Dan - My apologies but I will not make it tonight.  I am just at Woodside waiting for a train to Farmingdale.  Please tell everyone Hi for me.  Have a great time and thank you for hosting the event.  - Pam

On Mar 22, 2022, at 9:03 AM, Dan Panzenbeck <dpanzenbeck@...> wrote:


Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd. 
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊 
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.

Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park 
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715


Dan Panzenbeck
 

No problem. Let’s have a great season. 

On Fri, Mar 25, 2022 at 10:50 AM Gerry Widen via groups.io <geraldwiden=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dan, I should have been more clear. 

Your ride was a smart way to start off the year. Obviously thought went in. Your offering gives the opportunity for those who have been hibernating all winter to participate and those a little stronger to do a second loop.

  Especially this time of year planning  has to go into ride leadership. Not just posting a ride.

After I sent my reply I realized my response was confusing. I apologize for that.

Gerry


On Mar 25, 2022, at 10:02 AM, Dan Panzenbeck <dpanzenbeck@...> wrote:


Gerry,
I'm not sure I understand your email. The King's Park ride is 380 ft of elevation, (21 ft/mi), with an average grade of 0.4%. This does not take into account downhills. Since I became a member of the club in 2011, this is the C ride for which we start the season. This is about as flat a ride as the club does.
Dan Panzenbeck

On Fri, Mar 25, 2022 at 8:27 AM Gerry Widen via groups.io <geraldwiden=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Very good way to “officially” start the season.

 When a group starts the season with a mid 40s ride with 45 feet of climbing per mile you are essentially telling those that haven’t ridden all winter to either ride alone or ride with another club to build yourself up then come back to us in a few weeks.
Jeez, it ain’t rocket science here.
Gerry


On Mar 24, 2022, at 10:30 PM, Hugh J. Parkhurst via groups.io <skipscar=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:


I have posted a local 12+12 C/C+ ride for Sunday April 3, consisting of two approximately 12 mile loops.  Riders can choose to do one or both loops.
 
Hugh
 
From: Dan Panzenbeck
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 9:03 AM
To: main@hbcriders.groups.io
Subject: [HBCRiders] C ride leaders for April
 
Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd.
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.
 
Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715
dpanzenbeck@...
 

--

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715


Gerry Widen
 

Dan, I should have been more clear. 

Your ride was a smart way to start off the year. Obviously thought went in. Your offering gives the opportunity for those who have been hibernating all winter to participate and those a little stronger to do a second loop.

  Especially this time of year planning  has to go into ride leadership. Not just posting a ride.

After I sent my reply I realized my response was confusing. I apologize for that.

Gerry


On Mar 25, 2022, at 10:02 AM, Dan Panzenbeck <dpanzenbeck@...> wrote:


Gerry,
I'm not sure I understand your email. The King's Park ride is 380 ft of elevation, (21 ft/mi), with an average grade of 0.4%. This does not take into account downhills. Since I became a member of the club in 2011, this is the C ride for which we start the season. This is about as flat a ride as the club does.
Dan Panzenbeck

On Fri, Mar 25, 2022 at 8:27 AM Gerry Widen via groups.io <geraldwiden=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Very good way to “officially” start the season.

 When a group starts the season with a mid 40s ride with 45 feet of climbing per mile you are essentially telling those that haven’t ridden all winter to either ride alone or ride with another club to build yourself up then come back to us in a few weeks.
Jeez, it ain’t rocket science here.
Gerry


On Mar 24, 2022, at 10:30 PM, Hugh J. Parkhurst via groups.io <skipscar=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:


I have posted a local 12+12 C/C+ ride for Sunday April 3, consisting of two approximately 12 mile loops.  Riders can choose to do one or both loops.
 
Hugh
 
From: Dan Panzenbeck
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 9:03 AM
To: main@hbcriders.groups.io
Subject: [HBCRiders] C ride leaders for April
 
Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd.
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.
 
Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715
dpanzenbeck@...
 


Dan Panzenbeck
 

Gerry,
I'm not sure I understand your email. The King's Park ride is 380 ft of elevation, (21 ft/mi), with an average grade of 0.4%. This does not take into account downhills. Since I became a member of the club in 2011, this is the C ride for which we start the season. This is about as flat a ride as the club does.
Dan Panzenbeck

On Fri, Mar 25, 2022 at 8:27 AM Gerry Widen via groups.io <geraldwiden=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Very good way to “officially” start the season.

 When a group starts the season with a mid 40s ride with 45 feet of climbing per mile you are essentially telling those that haven’t ridden all winter to either ride alone or ride with another club to build yourself up then come back to us in a few weeks.
Jeez, it ain’t rocket science here.
Gerry


On Mar 24, 2022, at 10:30 PM, Hugh J. Parkhurst via groups.io <skipscar=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:


I have posted a local 12+12 C/C+ ride for Sunday April 3, consisting of two approximately 12 mile loops.  Riders can choose to do one or both loops.
 
Hugh
 
From: Dan Panzenbeck
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 9:03 AM
To: main@hbcriders.groups.io
Subject: [HBCRiders] C ride leaders for April
 
Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd.
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.
 
Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715
dpanzenbeck@...
 


Gerry Widen
 

Very good way to “officially” start the season.

 When a group starts the season with a mid 40s ride with 45 feet of climbing per mile you are essentially telling those that haven’t ridden all winter to either ride alone or ride with another club to build yourself up then come back to us in a few weeks.
Jeez, it ain’t rocket science here.
Gerry


On Mar 24, 2022, at 10:30 PM, Hugh J. Parkhurst via groups.io <skipscar@...> wrote:


I have posted a local 12+12 C/C+ ride for Sunday April 3, consisting of two approximately 12 mile loops.  Riders can choose to do one or both loops.
 
Hugh
 
From: Dan Panzenbeck
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 9:03 AM
To: main@hbcriders.groups.io
Subject: [HBCRiders] C ride leaders for April
 
Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd.
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.
 
Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715


Hugh J. Parkhurst
 

I have posted a local 12+12 C/C+ ride for Sunday April 3, consisting of two approximately 12 mile loops.  Riders can choose to do one or both loops.
 
Hugh
 
From: Dan Panzenbeck
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 9:03 AM
To: main@hbcriders.groups.io
Subject: [HBCRiders] C ride leaders for April
 
Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd.
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.
 
Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715


JOAN VERARDO
 

Hi Danny,

I hope things are going well, Lou and I are missing you and Sherri while we’re away. As you can imagine, it’s very hectic here with Liz and her family being with us. However, we’re enjoying being with our grandchildren. 

Thanks for heads up about the upcoming rides. I’m looking forward to getting back to going on them. We return on April 5th but hope to visit MA for Isaac’s sixth birthday over the weekend. So, I won’t be participating until after that time. Hopefully I’ll be able to keep up with the rest of the group when I get back to it. 

Take care and look forward to seeing everyone again soon,
Joan 

On Tue, Mar 22, 2022 at 9:03 AM Dan Panzenbeck <dpanzenbeck@...> wrote:
Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd. 
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊 
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.

Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park 
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715

--
Joan


Dan Panzenbeck
 

Leaders,
Well, the riding season is about to start. The first official rides begin Saturday April 2nd & Sunday April 3rd. 
It's important that we show a full calendar of ride dates because it enables riders to plan and decide which rides they'd like to attend. So, please help me fill the April calendar. I'll be leading the first ride, April 2nd. By the way, B, B+ & A leaders are invited to lead C/C+ rides...Don't be shy now😊 
Additionally, if you need help posting a ride, I'll be more than happy to help.

Day Date Leader Destination
Sat 4/2 Dan Panzenbeck Kings Park 
Sun 4/3    
Sat 4/9    
Sun 4/10    
Sat 4/16    
Sun 4/17    
Sat 4/23    
Sun 4/24    
Sat 4/30    
Sun 5/1    

Thanks for your help.

Dan Panzenbeck
631-807-3715