Time: June 23, 2020 from 3:30pm to 8pm
Location: Fullerton and Lake Front Trail
Street: Fullerton and Lake Front Trail
Website or Map: http://www.dr-bob.org/3f.map
Event Type: drunken
Organized By: bobweiser
Latest Activity: Jun 23
The Chainlink adding a note of caution: this is still a time of higher risk. The Chainlink recommends keeping safe (6 feet) distance and wearing masks. While being outside lowers risk, riding in groups is still not recommended.
No, this isn't about being entirely ready to have God remove all defects of character.
It's about riding to Three Floyds and boosting our cognitive function every month this year! There's a somewhat consistent schedule -- usually the 4th Saturday of the month -- and you can qualify for the F-12 Award.
In accordance with the Mayor's and Governor's updated guidelines regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, this ride is limited to 10 people, first come, first served, and social distancing is strongly encouraged. Please bring a mask and wear it while stopped and socializing.
Meet at 3:30 pm at Fullerton and the Lake Front Trail. Or join up later. Just let us know where so we can look for you.
42 miles total if to return you ride to Hammond and take the South Shore Line, 45 if you ride to Flossmoor Station and take the Metra, 50 if you ride to 93rd and take the Metra or to 100th and take the J14, 55 if you ride to 71st and take the J14, 70 if you ride all the way. 16-20 mph. The thirty-eighth-best brewery in the world! But they're still only doing Curbside Pickup, please pre-order. Bring money, government-issued ID, a lock, lights since we're getting a late start, water and snacks to have en route, and panniers for beer you can't get in Chicago.
Online resources: Google map, cue sheet, South Shore Line schedule, Metra Electric train schedule, Jeffrey Jump (J14) bus schedule, Bikes on the South Shore Line, Bikes on the Metra, Bikes on the Bus, and, to save a minute at the start, the nifty online CCC waiver.
PS: I give these rides these names because I find them humorous in an ironic way. It's not my intent to make light of addictions, efforts to recover from addictions, or 12-step peer support groups like AA. If you're trying to drink in moderation, we'll support you. If you're trying to abstain, you may want to give this ride a pass.