C3 joined the ALYN Wheels of Love Ride, October 24-26 2021, Cambridge, MD
September 20, 2021
Chesapeake Cycling Club by Jennifer Latham
The Chesapeake Cycling Club – a regional bike club for exploring the roads of Talbot, Caroline, Queen Anne, Dorchester and surrounding areas, called “C3” for short, is looking for new members. The club enjoys rides from 20+ plus miles depending on the A, B, or C level group and tries to accommodate all levels of road cyclists. Riders’ average speeds are between 12 and 22 miles per hour and participants are encouraged to use a road cycle to participate. Rides start from various locations throughout the Eastern Shore, including the YMCA, Sprout and Snifters in Easton; Ten Eyck Brewing in Queenstown; and Lyon Distillery in St. Michaels to name a few. SEE FULL ARTICLE
Wednesday, September 8, 2021
ShoreRivers Hosts Ride for Clean Rivers
Chesapeake Cycling Club and Bike Doctor Kent Island at Chesapeake College during the 2019 Ride for Clean Rivers.
WYE MILLS — Plan to pedal with ShoreRivers on Sunday, Sept. 19, at the 17th annual Ride for Clean Rivers. Cyclists will enjoy the beautiful back roads of Talbot and Queen Anne’s counties in support of ShoreRivers’ work for clean waterways. This annual event is a great way to end summer and celebrate our watershed community. Staff, volunteers, and participants will be required to adhere to federal and state safety protocols on campus and at rest stops. SEE FULL ARTICLE
The Inside Scoop on the Chesapeake Bay — Adventure. Fun. Chillin' Out.
A Beautiful Cycling ‘Escape-Room’ Challenge on the Eastern Shore
Tunnis Mills Route Near Easton, MD
This route offered by the Chesapeake Cycling Club is like the cycling version of an escape room, solve the puzzle of the next turn or add a few miles if you get it wrong. However, I found that fun.
This route is not for speed or endurance. It’s simply a beautiful ride.
Thanks to K.I.R.G. for the nice Shout Out!
Looking For Some Help With Your Cycling Miles?
Bike Doctor has group rides that leave from their store in Stevensville, but if you are looking to ride outside of Kent Island and need some motivation to get through those long bike miles, consider looking up C3 Cycling Club in Easton. They offer multiple group rides at various levels that meet and leave from multiple places throughout Queen Anne's and Talbot County. Interested in riding check out their Facebook Page or contact Eric Griffioen at email@example.com