GoGA Mission

We strive to create a positive, dynamic, supportive, all-female environment where women are challenged to ride harder and farther. We emphasize a holistic approach towards riding: we want to facilitate your progression towards becoming a confident rider in terms of route, repair, and safety knowledge.


The specifications:

- Ride 20 to 30 miles in 2007, 25 to 35 miles in 2008

- Quick pace (we don't want to be out all night)

- You will feel most comfortable riding a road bike

- Although we always look out for each other, you are responsible for knowing your own limitations. If you are not comfortable with long distance, the mechanics of your bike, or the pace is too quick, speak up!!! We will try to accommodate you if you are willing to push yourself.


East Side Meeting time: Alternating TUESDAY NIGHTS at 8:00pm, ride out 8:30pm SHARP.
Location: Scoops (712 N. Heliotrope @ Melrose, Los Angeles)

West Side Meeting time: Alternating TUESDAY NIGHTS at 8:00pm, ride out 8:30pm SHARP.
Location: Bikerowave (1816A Berkeley St @ Nebraska - North of Olympic, Santa Monica)

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Tuesday Oct 16th: SF Valley ride

A suggestion from Ivana: bike path through the valley paralleling the orange line.

Meet at North HollywoodRedline station at 8.30pm.

We will definitely make it back there before the last train.

** The route actually started from Scoops. End point the NoHo Red Line Station after the Valley loop. It can be seen here.

6 comments:

Tattiya said...

Anyone down to meet at Scoops to ride up to the NoHo meet up spot? Holla.

iVana said...

Cool ;) We'll meet ya at Scoops. What time will you be heading out?

Katie said...

Yeah Scoops! Should we meet at 7:50, ride at 8:00?

Tattiya said...

Well, the route from Scoops to the North Hollywood Red Line station is about 9.8 miles taking this route . If someone knows of a shorter way (Buddy Holly Drive??), that would be awesome. we should meet at 7:30, ride at 7:45pm just to be safe. What say you?

Katie said...

we can shave off .8 miles if we cut over the 101 at barham, then take cahuenga to lankershim. just a thought.

Tattiya said...

Sounds good. I'll bring my little printout route if you bring yours.