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Pre-registration for this event is optional, but strongly encouraged.

Sat Apr 6, 2024 4/TM/59
Palomares Calaveras Loop from Fremont BART
Leader: Kent Lewandowski     (510) 759-6646
Leader: Mary Ann Jawili     (661) 343-5737
Meet at 9:00 am for a 9:15 am start
GPC Route: Palomares Calaveras Clockwise from Fremont BART
Start Location: Fremont BART

Join us for a scenic loop on some of the East Bay's finest and remotest roads! Much of this route is included in the Primavera Century taking place 4/21, so if you're signed up for that, this will be good training. Highlights: Palomares the steep way (northbound), then Calaveras. Snacks, chicharrones, fresh coconuts and restrooms at the Sunol Corners (?) (Mile 29) and restrooms at Ed R Levin County Park (Mile 44). Meet at the west (bayside) entrance of Fremont BART station. Expect to finish at BART around 4:00 PM.


The ride on Saturday is on. This is the planned date for the ride originally scheduled March 30th.

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