First week Saddle Challenge results in!

It’s the first week of the 2009 Saddle Challenge (SC) and with 11 riders register, we’re off to a great start! To be on target, today those participating should be 29% complete.

Jerome is currently at 29.4% of his goal, right on target, with 117.5 miles logged out of his goal of 400 miles.

Larry is right there at 24.7% but with an impressive 247.35 miles of saddle time!

Will, Thomas and myself are right there with them with between 94 and 116 miles.

So far, 808 miles have been logged out of a goal of 4400 miles, despite a rainy first day of the Saddle Challenge, this past weekends weather helped get the Challenge off to a great start all, congratulations all!!

And the early forecast for this coming weekend looks good for getting some more saddle time in!

Tomorrow night, join Ken Martin for the Full Moon Ride meeting at the Fairy Building at 7:30 for a ride along the waterfront and Chrissy Field, across the GG bridge and up Conzelman and back.

Saturday is the Jersey Ride, with options for 27, 47 or 59 miles, meeting at Peet’s Coffee at 8:30 Saturday for a 9am ride out.

A few of us are heading down to do the Solvang Century.

Check the DSSF website for more details:

http://dssf.org/dssf_html/calendar/calendar.php

It’s never too late to join the Saddle Challenge, to register go to:
http://www.dssf.org/dssf_html/sc/

Registering is easy, enter your First Name, Last Name and the password: SC2009.

Then enter your mileage goal for the month, and if you so chose, a per mile or lump sum pledge for a Project Inform donation.

Then start logging your miles. Don’t worry if a date is past, you can enter your miles back to March 1st! Join us!

Next update will be next Monday!

Let’s ride!

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