Group Ride Saturday, November 18: Mission Bay Loop

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

The Weather Lady (WL) is now predicting sunny skies and a little cooler temps, with highs in mid- to upper-60s in the Mission Bay area this Saturday, November 18. It could be even chillier in the morning, now that it’s autumn, but it should be more comfortable riding as we move along. So let’s ride the Mission Bay Loop starting at Robb Field, with the Rose Canyon/UCSD optional side loop for anyone who is interested in adding some miles. The side loop is optional, though. If some riders want to ride it and others don’t, we can split up and at least one experienced rider will stay with each group. We’ll begin the ride at 10:00 again, so please arrive at 9:30 or so to set up and talk trikes (and bikes, and velomobiles…). As usual, please LET ME KNOW AT LEAST A DAY BEFORE THE RIDE IF YOU PLAN TO RIDE WITH US AND/OR LET ME KNOW AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE IF YOU’RE RUNNING LATE. This is important so we can make sure we don’t leave without you. Remember, this is a recreational ride, so no one gets left behind. If you know the route and want to ride on up ahead, please let someone know so we don’t send out a rescue party when we discover you’re missing. If you’re struggling, or have a mechanical failure, or are otherwise unable to keep up or continue on any of our rides, just let someone know and at least one other experienced rider will stay with you to help you get back in the saddle again, or to guide you back to the starting point if you prefer. As a very wise rider said to me this evening, this is the last Saturday ride we’ll be able to do before Turkey Day. So don’t miss the opportunity!

Remember, anyone can dehydrate on any ride, in any weather, so bring plenty of water and/or NRG drinks. Bring snacks for a boost along the way, and bring flat repair kits and other tools you may need, sun and/or rain protection, and anything else you might want to make this an enjoyable ride. If you have eAssist, remember to charge your battery (ies). Keep in mind, we are not an official cycling club at this point, but all riders are required to wear helmets, obey all traffic rules/laws, yield to pedestrians, and be otherwise safe when riding with us. But a key point is that we are riding to have fun, and get some exercise while we’re at it. Due to the cooler weather, dress in layers. As it warms up, you may want to remove a layer or two. We’ll be burning calories, so that will warm us up, too.

**NOTE: Please keep in mind that you’re not going to be dropped (left behind) if you can’t keep up on our rides. On the other hand, you won’t improve your riding skills or your health if you don’t push yourself at least a little each time you ride, whether with our group or on your own. That is not to say that you should overdo it! By all means, take breaks when you need them, and listen to your body! But make sure someone else knows what you’re doing if you’re in a group. It may take time for you to notice improved skills, weight loss, faster average riding times, or other benefits of working harder, but it’ll happen. Always simply coasting along or relying on your granny gears in all conditions is not going to help you keep up with the “big dogs” when the going gets tough. (Getting faster is a good way to keep away from the real big dogs, too.) When crossing some intersections or in other potentially hazardous situations, you may also need to be able to move quickly out of harm’s way. Remember, it’s difficult for another rider to help you ride your own steed up a hill when you’re struggling. The other rider will just be able to stay with you and give moral support. On some hills, it may be best for everyone in the group to ride at his/her own pace and then meet up with the group at the top. Bottom line: working at improving every time you ride will help you in a lot of ways.**

Robb Field is at the terminus of Bacon Street in Ocean Beach. We park across from the tennis courts, a bit past the ball fields. If you need further directions to the starting point, send me an email or a text message and I’ll give you all the gory details separately. Alternatively, check with your favorite on-line mapping site, like Google Maps, MapQuest, etc.

Let’s try to make it a really big group this time. New riders, even on upwrong bicycles, are always welcome, so bring your friends and families. I hope to see a bunch of you on our ride on Saturday!

Bye, Evedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd (Please note this new email address. Hoppy is no longer active.)

Please help preserve our resources for your grandchildren: Print this document only if you truly must have a paper copy.

Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

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Group Ride Saturday, November 11: San Marcos Loop in North County

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

Several of our regular riders will be participating in the Ride the Point charity event in Point Loma, and so unable to ride with our group. (GO TEAM T. RYX!) If I’m the only one riding down there in the City, it becomes less than optimal for me to haul my velomobile down to San Diego. So, North County it is. The Weather lady is calling for mixed clouds and sun and a high of 70-ish this Saturday in San Marcos and vicinity. So let’s ride in San Marcos this Saturday, November 11, starting at the T. Ryx shop at 10:00 (directions below). Please arrive 30 minutes or so early (i.e., 9:30) to set up so we can leave on time. We’ll do the route John and I developed, which includes part of another route that Art led us on a while back and part of the main route we originally rode up here a few years ago. This is our favorite route for our Wednesday rides. From the shop we ride up into northern San Marcos in horse country; we then head down behind Palomar College; then down to Cal State San Marcos, over to Jack’s Pond Park, and finally back to the shop. The total is approximately 24-26 miles. There are at least two well-maintained restrooms at parks along the way, and there are several places to turn back if you need to. This is a really nice ride with bits of country, residential, commercial, college, and park areas. Parts of the route are on well-maintained Class I Bike Paths, others on Class II Bike Lanes or Class III Bike Routes. There are some challenging but ridable hills, but even those can be avoided by all or some riders if necessary. We can stop for lunch after the ride in our shop’s complex.

As always, PLEASE LET ME KNOW by Friday evening (November 10) IF YOU’RE GOING TO JOIN US AND/OR IF YOU’RE RUNNING LATE.If I don’t hear from you, I’ll assume you won’t be riding with us. Last time we rode up here in San Marcos (October 21) we didn’t get as much of a turnout from North County riders, and those who live in the hinterlands (Riverside and Orange Counties) as we expected. If no one confirms they plan to ride with us this Saturday, we may have to cancel the ride, and I’ll send a cancellation email out Friday evening. I’ll still ride myself, but I won’t plan on others joining me unless you let me know ahead of time.

Remember, anyone can dehydrate on any ride, in any weather, so bring plenty of water and/or NRG drinks. Bring snacks for a boost along the way, and bring flat repair kits and other tools you may need, sun and/or rain protection, and anything else you might want to make this an enjoyable ride. If you have eAssist, remember to charge your battery (ies). Keep in mind, we are not an official cycling club at this point, but all riders are required to wear helmets, obey all traffic rules/laws, yield to pedestrians, and be otherwise safe when riding with us. But a key point is that we are riding to have fun, and get some exercise while we’re at it.

**NOTE: Please keep in mind that you’re not going to be dropped (left behind) if you can’t keep up on our rides. On the other hand, you won’t improve your riding skills or your health if you don’t push yourself at least a little each time you ride, whether with our group or on your own. That is not to say that you should overdo it! By all means, take breaks when you need them, and listen to your body! But make sure someone else knows what you’re doing if you’re in a group. It may take time for you to notice improved skills, weight loss, faster average riding times, or other benefits of working harder, but it’ll happen. Always simply coasting along or relying on your granny gears in all conditions is not going to help you keep up with the “big dogs” when the going gets tough. (Getting faster is a good way to keep away from the real big dogs, too.) When crossing some intersections or in other potentially hazardous situations, you may also need to be able to move quickly out of harm’s way. Remember, it’s difficult for another rider to help you ride your own steed up a hill when you’re struggling. The other rider will just be able to stay with you and give moral support. On some hills, it may be best for everyone in the group to ride at his/her own pace and then meet up with the group at the top. Bottom line: working at improving every time you ride will help you in a lot of ways.**

The T. Ryx shop is located at 1322 E. Mission Road, approximately 0.6 mile west of Nordahl/Auto Parkway, 4 doors west of Stater Brothers, in San Marcos. The overhead sign reads simply “BICYCLES”, and the T. Ryx sign is in the window. You can also find us using Google Maps, MapQuest, or your favorite map app.

Let’s try to make it a really big group this time. New riders, even on upwrong bicycles, are always welcome, so bring your friends and families.

I hope to see a bunch of you on our ride on Saturday!

Bye, Evedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd (Please note this new email address. Hoppy is no longer active.)

Please help preserve our resources for your grandchildren: Print this document only if you truly must have a paper copy.

Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

Group Ride Saturday, November 4: Liberty Station to Balboa Park to Presidio Park

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

Sorry for the later than usual notice. The Weather Lady (WL) said yesterday that there was a good chance of rain showers on Saturday, so I considered cancelling the ride for this weekend. Good thing I waited to see if the forecast changed by today. She now says Sunday through Tuesday will potentially be rainy (30-50% chance), not Saturday.

The WL now says it’ll be partly to mostly cloudy and upper-60s in the City. This Saturday, November 4, let’s ride the route Glen developed for us from Liberty Station to Balboa Park, and back (mostly downhill) through Presidio Park & North Park to the starting point at Liberty Station again. (BTW, we miss you, Glen. Heal and get strong quickly so you can return to riding with us!)

A couple of us have confirmed we’ll ride, but a few of our regular riders can’t make it this weekend. I hope others can join us. The ride will start at the north end of the Ace Hardware parking lot at Liberty Station at 10:00 AM. There are several places for riders to peel off and go back to their cars if needed. Please arrive at the starting point at least 30 minutes early to set up (i.e., 9:30). Also, please let me know by Friday evening if you plan to join the group and/or as early as possible if you’re running late. We don’t want to leave without you. If I don’t hear from you by tomorrow (Friday) evening, I’ll assume you’re not coming. I’ll only send any follow-up messages (changes, cancellations, etc.) to those who respond by then. If you find out about these rides via the T. Ryx Web Site (www.t-ryx.com), and not by email, still let me know by email or text. Our rides are normally in the 18- to 20-mile range at a leisurely pace. We can tack on a few extra miles at the end if we’re feeling energetic. These rides are not races, although we try to break into smaller groups to accommodate faster riders whenever possible.

Remember that with or without the warm temps we need to keep hydrated. So bring plenty of water/NRG drinks, snacks, weather protection (sun, rain, snow, etc. as needed), flat repair kits, and any other essentials for a comfortable, enjoyable ride. If you have eAssist, be sure to charge your battery (-ies).

Directions to the starting point:

From the San Diego Airport (Lindbergh Field) – Take Harbor Drive WEST towards Point Loma; turn right into Liberty Station on Laning Road; turn right onto Cushing Road; continue about ½-mile, just PAST Dewey Road. Ace Hardware will be on your LEFT. The parking lot is ON THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF the ACE Hardware, so make a LEFT turn into the parking lot. We park at the NORTHEAST end of the lot, so turn right immediately and look to the right for other trikes, velomobile(s), and bikes near the end of the parking lot away from the buildings.

Hope to see a bunch of y’all on Saturday!

Bye, E vedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

http://www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd@t-ryx.com

Please help preserve our resources for your grandchildren: Print this document only if you truly must have a paper copy.

Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

Group Ride Saturday, October 28: Mission Bay Loop

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

I planned to send this out last night, but I got side-tracked.

We’ve had to cancel our Saturday rides several times this year due to lack of participation. I have to say, this is frustrating. If anyone has any suggestions for ride routes that you’d like to include in our itinerary to get more riders to join us, please let me know. If there’s a better start time or other details that would benefit our group and increase ridership, let me know that, too. Several of our “regular” riders can’t ride with us for a while for various reasons. We’re down to just a couple of riders who participate every Saturday, plus a few who join us now and then. Our highest turnout a few years ago was 17 riders! Recently, our highest has been about 8 or so. I enjoy riding virtually anywhere, but since I ride my velomobile, I have to haul it down to the starting point for each ride. After loading and unloading at the start, it’s disappointing to have so few riders join us. And then I have to do the same at the end of the ride. This adds time and effort just to get to the rides and back home again. I can’t blame anyone for having a life outside of the group rides, but several of our “ustawuz” regular riders haven’t joined us at all for some time now. Last Saturday we tried a route in North County in hopes of attracting more riders from that area. We had four riders again (including me) who have been riding with the group downtown. I’m beginning to take it personally. Come on, I bathe at least once a month, whether I need it or not!

After the past week of Santa Ana winds, low humidity, and HEAT, the Weather Lady (WL) is now predicting mid- to upper-70s in the Mission Bay area this Saturday, October 28. It’s finally getting closer to normal temperatures for this time of year! Let’s ride the Mission Bay Loop starting at Robb Field at 10:00, with the Rose Canyon/UCSD optional side loop for anyone who is interested in adding some miles. The side loop is optional, though. If some riders want to ride it and others don’t, we can split up and at least one experienced rider will stay with each group. Please arrive at 9:30 or so to set up and talk trikes (and bikes, and velomobiles…). As usual, please LET ME KNOW IF YOU PLAN TO RIDE WITH US AND/OR IF YOU’RE RUNNING LATE. This is important so we can make sure we don’t leave without you. Remember, this is a recreational ride, so no one gets left behind. If you know the route and want to ride on up ahead, please let someone know so we don’t send out a rescue party when we discover you’re missing. If you’re struggling, or have a mechanical failure, or are otherwise unable to keep up or continue on any of our rides, just let someone know and at least one other experienced rider will stay with you to help you get back in the saddle again, or to guide you back to the starting point if you prefer.

Remember, anyone can dehydrate on any ride, in any weather, so bring plenty of water and/or NRG drinks. Bring snacks for a boost along the way, and bring flat repair kits and other tools you may need, sun and/or rain protection, and anything else you might want to make this an enjoyable ride. If you have eAssist, remember to charge your battery (ies). Keep in mind, we are not an official cycling club at this point, but all riders are required to wear helmets, obey all traffic rules/laws, yield to pedestrians, and be otherwise safe when riding with us. But a key point is that we are riding to have fun, and get some exercise while we’re at it. During cooler weather, dress in layers. As it warms up, you may want to remove a layer or two. We’ll be burning calories, so that will warm us up, too. In warmer and sunnier weather, sun block is critical.

**NOTE: Please keep in mind that you’re not going to be dropped (left behind) if you can’t keep up on our rides. On the other hand, you won’t improve your riding skills or your health if you don’t push yourself at least a little each time you ride, whether with our group or on your own. That is not to say that you should overdo it! By all means, take breaks when you need them, and listen to your body! But make sure someone else knows what you’re doing if you’re in a group. It may take time for you to notice improved skills, weight loss, faster average riding times, or other benefits of working harder, but it’ll happen. Always simply coasting along or relying on your granny gears in all conditions is not going to help you keep up with the “big dogs” when the going gets tough. (Getting faster is a good way to keep away from the real big dogs, too.) When crossing some intersections or in other potentially hazardous situations, you may also need to be able to move quickly out of harm’s way. Remember, it’s difficult for another rider to help you ride your own steed up a hill when you’re struggling. The other rider will just be able to stay with you and give moral support. On some hills, it may be best for everyone in the group to ride at his/her own pace and then meet up with the group at the top. Bottom line: working at improving every time you ride will help you in a lot of ways.**

Robb Field is at the terminus of Bacon Street in Ocean Beach. We park across from the tennis courts, a bit past the ball fields. If you need further directions to the starting point, send me an email or a text message and I’ll give you all the gory details separately. Alternatively, check with your favorite on-line mapping site, like Google Maps, MapQuest, etc.

Let’s try to make it a really big group this time. New riders, even on upwrong bicycles, are always welcome, so bring your friends and families.

I hope to see a bunch of you on our ride this Saturday!

Bye, Evedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd (Please note this new email address. Hoppy is no longer active.)

Please help preserve our resources for your grandchildren: Print this document only if you truly must have a paper copy.

Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

Group Ride Saturday, October 21: San Marcos Loop

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

The Weather lady is calling for temps in the low- to mid-80s this Saturday in Escondido and Escondido before another Santa Ana heat spell Sunday-Wednesday. We haven’t done a ride in North County in a long time, so let’s ride in San Marcos this Saturday, October 21, starting at the T. Ryx shop at 10:00 (directions below). We’ll do the route John and I developed, which includes part of another route that Art led us on a while back. This is our favorite route for our Wednesday rides. From the shop we ride up into northern San Marcos in horse country; we then head down behind Palomar College; then down to Cal State San Marcos, over to Jack’s Pond Park, and finally back to the shop. The total is approximately 24-26 miles. There are at least two well-maintained restrooms at parks along the way, and there are several places to turn back if you need to. This is a really nice ride with bits of country, residential, commercial, and college areas. Parts of the route are on well-maintained Class I Bike Paths, others on Class II Bike Lanes or Class III Bike Routes. There are some challenging but ridable hills, but even those can be avoided by all or some riders. We can stop for lunch after the ride in our shop’s complex.

Remember, anyone can dehydrate on any ride, in any weather, so bring plenty of water and/or NRG drinks. Bring snacks for a boost along the way, and bring flat repair kits and other tools you may need, sun and/or rain protection, and anything else you might want to make this an enjoyable ride. If you have eAssist, remember to charge your battery (ies). Keep in mind, we are not an official cycling club at this point, but all riders are required to wear helmets, obey all traffic rules/laws, yield to pedestrians, and be otherwise safe when riding with us. But a key point is that we are riding to have fun, and get some exercise while we’re at it.

**NOTE: Please keep in mind that you’re not going to be dropped (left behind) if you can’t keep up on our rides. On the other hand, you won’t improve your riding skills or your health if you don’t push yourself at least a little each time you ride, whether with our group or on your own. That is not to say that you should overdo it! By all means, take breaks when you need them, and listen to your body! But make sure someone else knows what you’re doing if you’re in a group. It may take time for you to notice improved skills, weight loss, faster average riding times, or other benefits of working harder, but it’ll happen. Always simply coasting along or relying on your granny gears in all conditions is not going to help you keep up with the “big dogs” when the going gets tough. (Getting faster is a good way to keep away from the real big dogs, too.) When crossing some intersections or in other potentially hazardous situations, you may also need to be able to move quickly out of harm’s way. Remember, it’s difficult for another rider to help you ride your own steed up a hill when you’re struggling. The other rider will just be able to stay with you and give moral support. On some hills, it may be best for everyone in the group to ride at his/her own pace and then meet up with the group at the top. Bottom line: working at improving every time you ride will help you in a lot of ways.**

The T. Ryx shop is located at 1322 E. Mission Road, approximately 0.6 mile west of Nordahl/Auto Parkway, 4 doors west of Stater Brothers, in San Marcos. The overhead sign reads simply “BICYCLES”, and the T. Ryx sign is in the window. You can also find us using Google Maps, MapQuest, or your favorite map app.

Let’s try to make it a really big group this time. New riders, even on upwrong bicycles, are always welcome, so bring your friends and families.

I hope to see a bunch of you on our ride on Saturday!

Bye, Evedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd (Please note this new email address. Hoppy is no longer active.)

Please help preserve our resources for your grandchildren: Print this document only if you truly must have a paper copy.

Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

Group Ride Saturday, October 14: Mission Bay Loop

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

My apologies for the late night/early morning email. I fell asleep in front of the TV. Riding 100+ miles a week is great, but it does make a person tired when the boss still makes you do your chores at home.

The Weather Lady (WL) is now predicting mid- to upper-70s in the Mission Bay area this Saturday, October 14. It could be a little chilly in the morning, now that it’s autumn, but it should be more comfortable riding as we move along. Last Saturday’s Liberty to Pepper Park to Bonita got no takers, and some of our riders like more level routes while they’re getting back into riding after the long, hot summer. So let’s ride the Mission Bay Loop starting at Robb Field, with the Rose Canyon/UCSD optional side loop for anyone who is interested in adding some miles. The side loop is optional, though. If some riders want to ride it and others don’t, we can split up and at least one experienced rider will stay with each group. We’re back to starting at 10:00 again, so please arrive at 9:30 or so to set up and talk trikes (and bikes, and velomobiles…). As usual, please LET ME KNOW IF YOU PLAN TO RIDE WITH US AND/OR IF YOU’RE RUNNING LATE. This is important so we can make sure we don’t leave without you. Remember, this is a recreational ride, so no one gets left behind. If you know the route and want to ride on up ahead, please let someone know so we don’t send out a rescue party when we discover you’re missing. If you’re struggling, or have a mechanical failure, or are otherwise unable to keep up or continue on any of our rides, just let someone know and at least one other experienced rider will stay with you to help you get back in the saddle again, or to guide you back to the starting point if you prefer.

Remember, anyone can dehydrate on any ride, in any weather, so bring plenty of water and/or NRG drinks. Bring snacks for a boost along the way, and bring flat repair kits and other tools you may need, sun and/or rain protection, and anything else you might want to make this an enjoyable ride. If you have eAssist, remember to charge your battery (ies). Keep in mind, we are not an official cycling club at this point, but all riders are required to wear helmets, obey all traffic rules/laws, yield to pedestrians, and be otherwise safe when riding with us. But a key point is that we are riding to have fun, and get some exercise while we’re at it. Due to the cooler weather, dress in layers. As it warms up, you may want to remove a layer or two. We’ll be burning calories, so that will warm us up, too.

**NOTE: Please keep in mind that you’re not going to be dropped (left behind) if you can’t keep up on our rides. On the other hand, you won’t improve your riding skills or your health if you don’t push yourself at least a little each time you ride, whether with our group or on your own. That is not to say that you should overdo it! By all means, take breaks when you need them, and listen to your body! But make sure someone else knows what you’re doing if you’re in a group. It may take time for you to notice improved skills, weight loss, faster average riding times, or other benefits of working harder, but it’ll happen. Always simply coasting along or relying on your granny gears in all conditions is not going to help you keep up with the “big dogs” when the going gets tough. (Getting faster is a good way to keep away from the real big dogs, too.) When crossing some intersections or in other potentially hazardous situations, you may also need to be able to move quickly out of harm’s way. Remember, it’s difficult for another rider to help you ride your own steed up a hill when you’re struggling. The other rider will just be able to stay with you and give moral support. On some hills, it may be best for everyone in the group to ride at his/her own pace and then meet up with the group at the top. Bottom line: working at improving every time you ride will help you in a lot of ways.**

Robb Field is at the terminus of Bacon Street in Ocean Beach. We park across from the tennis courts, a bit past the ball fields. If you need further directions to the starting point, send me an email or a text message and I’ll give you all the gory details separately. Alternatively, check with your favorite on-line mapping site, like Google Maps, MapQuest, etc.

Let’s try to make it a really big group this time. New riders, even on upwrong bicycles, are always welcome, so bring your friends and families.

I hope to see a bunch of you on our ride on Saturday!

Bye, Evedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd (Please note this new email address. Hoppy is no longer active.)

Please help preserve our resources for your grandchildren: Print this document only if you truly must have a paper copy.

Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

T. Ryx News, October 2017 Issue

Hi, Evedybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!!!)

Attached is this month’s issue of T. Ryx News. I hope you enjoy it. As always, our intent is not to advertise as is done in newsletters sent by many other dealers and shops. We simply provide information we feel our readers can use, whether or not they purchase from our shop. If this type of publication brings in customers, great! If not, also great! As long as our readers are inspired to ride, to be safe, and to know what’s available, we’re happy.

I never make mistakes. I thought I did several times, but I was wrong. But if you ever see anything in this newsletter that is in error (notice how I didn’t say mistake?), please let me know and provide the correct information and I’ll correct it in an upcoming issue if appropriate. I was recently alerted to a potential error in last month’s issue, but did not receive any information to correct the error. So as I said, I never make mistakes! J

If you’re receiving this by mistake, I mean in error, or if you no longer wish to receive our newsletter, please let us know by simply replying to this email with “Remove” in the Subject Line. I’ll take your name off the distribution list. If you’ve made that request in the past and you’re still receiving it, please accept our sincere apologies and let me know. I’ll make doubly sure to remove you from the list for next time. If, on the other hand, you know of someone who you think would appreciate receiving this publication, please have them contact me directly (email or text) so I can add them to the list. I do not want to send emails to anyone who doesn’t specifically tell me they want them. Thank you.

Bye, Evedybody! (Bye, Dr. Nick!!!)

Terry Hoppy Dean

T. Ryx Recumbent Trikes

Bike Vault

Velocimobiles

1322 E. Mission Road

San Marcos, CA 92069

www.t-ryx.com

Shop: 760.489.8083

Cell: 760.500.8418

Email: tcd

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Choose for yourself this day whom you will serve…As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.

Joshua 24:15 (NIV)

…as the body apart from the Spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead.

James 2:26 (NIV)

T. Ryx Newsletter Vol. 7, Issue 8 October 2017.pdf