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Crank Sisters Beginner-Mediate Ride at Dash Point State Park (Federal Way area)

02/28/2021,  9:00 am
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Katherine Meyer
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Crank Sisters Beginner-Mediate Ride at Dash Point State Park (Federal Way area)

This ride is for anyone who identifies as female
 
Beginner-Mediate ride for women who are new-ish to riding, or who are getting back into it. Our pace will be mellow with time for coaching and regrouping; all the trails at Dash Point look pretty chill. I haven't ridden here, so we'll be consulting Trail Forks and looking for signs to keep us on-track. Weather forecast says it will be a regular WA winter day....47 degrees and cloudy, so please dress in layers. You might want to bring a raincoat, a buff & an extra pair of gloves (or two) in your pack.
 
Trails: We'll ride the trails at Dash Point trails, all Green & Blue trails, likely ~2 hours, so we should be done before lunch. We will stop for breaks and to regroup as needed. We'll be riding at a Beginner-Mediate pace, and will be checking Trail Forks along the way. Check the Evergreen link below & Trail Forks for more info about the area. If you have questions or concerns, text me anytime to touch base.
 
Meet in the Parking Lot at Dash Point at 9:00 am. DISCOVER PASS is required to park in the main parking lot.
Please be on time--we cannot wait more than 10 minutes for late arrivers. If you decide not to come, please text me
 
Ride leader contact info: Katherine Meyer (206) 849-7699
 
Crank Sisters has a no-drop policy. We will regroup often and adjust the pace based on riders' preference.
Please make sure your bike is in good working order. If you are not sure, take it to your bike mechanic before the ride
 
Please bring a helmet, snack, water, tools, pump/CO2, and a tube that fits your bike, so you can repair a flat tire. Knee & elbow pads are optional
 
Location: Dash Point State Park (near Federal Way), Main Parking Lot. DISCOVER PASS required. Text me with questions; it's new to me, but we'll figure it out :)
 
Due to COVID, this ride is limited to 8 participants
Proposed trails to ride are subject to change based on weather, trail conditions, etc
Conditions for cancellation: heavy wind, lightning, deep snow. We ride in the rain and cold! If a ride must be cancelled, the ride leader will attempt to notify anyone signed up by 3 pm the day before

COVID PRECAUTIONS

While we’re outside in the fresh air, it is important that we take precautions to minimize the risk of spreading COVID. This ride is limited to 8 riders. Sorry, but we can't accept "walk-ons". You do need to sign up here before arriving.  IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE RIDE, PLEASE CANCEL YOUR SPOT ONLINE AND/OR CONTACT THE RIDE LEADER ASAP SO THAT YOUR SPOT CAN BE OPENED UP FOR SOMEONE ELSE.

In addition, please read the below carefully.

Before coming to the ride (for both ride leaders & participants):

·  Please perform a symptoms self-assessment

 o Take your temperature. Do you have a temperature above 100.4?

 o Do you have any COVID-related symptoms

 o Have you been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 14 days?

 o If you answer yes to any of these questions, PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE RIDE

 Expectations for riders & leaders:

 ·  Required equipment: You are expected to bring a mask that can cover mouth and nose, any material is acceptable (state guidelines), gloves (your biking gloves are OK), and eye covering (sunglasses, etc are OK). Please note that without this PPE, we will have to ask you to leave the ride.

 ·  Please bring hand sanitizer to use as needed if touching of a common surface is required

 ·  You will be asked to wear your mask anytime close contact (less than 6ft) is required for an extended period of time (>5 min), including during any bike checks, times when you're stopped for discussion, or if you come into contact with other trail users.

 ·  Please bear with us as we try to navigate group rides during a time of social distancing and additional hygiene. It's a learning process for all of us and we appreciate your flexibility and cooperation.