WAM 300 2015 – Time to Give Back

July 12, 2015

If you are not able to take part in WAM 300 2015, it is not too late to make an impact and help a worthy cause. There are many of your club mates and teammates that are raising money for the Make-A-Wish foundation to help sick children. It truly is an amazing cause and one we are proud to ride for.

If you would like to donate to make a wish click on the link below and enter the name of the rider you would like to donate on behalf of. Club members include:

- Susan Armstrong
- Jon Kulevsky
- Thomas DiJulio
- Shelley Binkley
- Mark Cahn – El Presidenta
- Ron Sollish
- Charlie Deroo
- Matthew Sheppard
- Michael Emerson
- Jonathan Smith
- Heidi Wiegand
- James Hill

Please reply to this link if I have missed you off the list and let people know you are riding.

http://2015wishamile.kintera.org/faf/search/searchParticipants.aspievent=1120514&lis=1&kntae1120514=164ABD9BC9A646F785F478ADD3EEF773

Club Communication and Posting Rides

June 7, 2015

Facebook:  Great to see people posting rides on the Official Facebook Group “Team O2/ Cadieux BC Group”. If you are not already a member of the group please make sure you join. This is the main forum for posting news and rides, if you have your settings set up correctly you will be notified when people post in the Group. Feel free to post pictures, results and interesting cycling articles.

Email:  If you have not signed up for the email notification sign up at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CadieuxBC/ .

 Please remember to use the standard protocol when posting rides:

Post Rides in Team O2/ Cadieux BC Facebook Group and via Yahoo Email group .

Please Include:

- Day/ Date/ Time

- Location

- Distance

- Ride Pace A, B or C

A ride = 20mph + pace, 25-30 mph sustained efforts

B ride = 18mph pace, 23-25 mph sustained efforts

C ride = 16mph pace, 19-23 mph sustained efforts

Ride Leader Responsibilities:

  • Introduce Yourself as the leader
  • We are an inclusive group, introduce new riders
  • Communicate safe group cycling skills
  • Calling out obstacles, pot holes, cars, stopping
  • Accept criticism in the spirit it was intended
  • Follow the law: Stop sign, red light, passing car, two abreast and right edge of roadway, unless it’s safer to “take the lane”.

Riders: Every time we pull on a team kit we not only represent ourselves but the whole team and our sponsors. Be courteous to road users and other riders you never know who they are.

Ride, Race and Give Back….

WAM 300 Charity Bike Ride – Time to Sign Up.

March 18, 2015

Every year Team O2/Cadieux Bicycle Club are well represented at the Make A Wish – Wish a Mile 300 mile charity bike ride from Traverse City to Michigan International Speedway. This year we should have an even bigger representation than ever.

Not only is this a great opportunity to spend some time on your bike but doing it for a great cause. We cycle as part of Team Alex, which has become more of a family than a team. The team rides in memory of Alex Graham, an incredible young lady whose life, and death, has inspired many to do good deeds and to try to participate in acts of loving kindness.

Read the full story at Team Alex Website:

http://www.teamalexrides.org/

To register click here:

http://michigan.wish.org/news-and-events/signature-events/wish-a-mile-bicycle-tour

To make this as easy as possible we have block booked rooms at the hotels, please contact James Hill at jamesthill@btinternet.com to confirm your rooms (first come first served basis).

If you have any concerns over how to raise the sponsorship money please reach out to Beth Brandvain (Team Alex Captain), Ron Sollish or James Hill for help.

We are here to make this easy and look forward to you joining the Team Alex family.

Etiquette for Posting a Ride

March 13, 2015

Great to see people posting rides on the Official Facebook Group. Please remember to use the standard protocol:

Post Ride in Team O2/ Cadieux BC Group and via Yahoo Email group.

Please Include:
- Day/ Date/ Time
- Location
- Distance
- Ride Pace A/B or C

A ride = 20mph + pace, 25-30 mph sustained efforts
B ride = 18mph pace, 23-25 mph sustained efforts
C ride = 16mph pace, 19-23 mph sustained efforts

Ride Leader Responsibilities:

  • Introduce Yourself as the leader
  • We are an inclusive group, introduce new riders
  • Communicate safe group cycling skills
  • Calling out obstacles, pot holes, cars, stopping
  • Accept criticism in the spirit it was intended
  • Follow the law: Stop sign, red light, passing car, two abreast and right edge of roadway, unless it’s safer to “take the lane”.

Ride, Race and Give Back….

Have you joined our Group?

March 12, 2015

The weather is getting warmer and it is time to start riding outside. The best way to find out what is going on and when people are riding is via the official Facebook Group. Click on the link below and join the Team O2/ Cadieux Bicycle Club Group.

Make sure your notifications are turned on and your phone will notify you every time a person posts within the Group.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/222248544578244/

Looking forward to seeing you all on the road soon.