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Each Tuesday – 6:00 P.M. – Cool Springs Ride – Healthways parking lot, 701 Cool Springs Blvd. East – Each Tuesday evening during the Prime Season the HBC sponsors this ride from Healthways in Cool Springs.  This is a 25-mile route all the way down the new extension of Carothers Blvd. to Long Lane with its challenging rollers, over the steep Gosey Hill climb to Peytonsville, and back by Trinity and North Chapel.  When daylight is short or riders wish to avoid the infamous Gosey Hill climb, a cutoff on Crowder is available to make for a 21-mile ride.

The ride leaders this season are David Wood and Peter Cacchioli, with assistance from Jeff Sammons and Fredia Barry.  This season, we intend for this to be a ride for the broad range of club members and visitors!  The racers and A riders will head out first and watch out for each other!  Then David or Peter will make sure the B riders make it home.  Jeff and Fredia will ride with the C group.  Most riders will regroup at the intersection of Long Lane and Gosey Hill Road.  We want the racing community to keep coming and training hard, but those who are not setting a time record are encouraged to regroup for a congenial ride!

Here are the cue sheets:

Tuesday Cool Springs Ride

Tuesday Cool Springs Ride – Short option

Details

Date:
May 23
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Healthways parking lot
701 Cool Springs Blvd.
Franklin, TN 37067 United States
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