January breeze

The Newsletter of the Goleta Valley Cycling Club po box 1547 goleta ca 93116 www.goletabike.org MARCH 2005 We are a non-profit recreational association committed to promoting health, fitness, and safety through bicycling.
Minnesota Cyclists are coming our way. If
you are available to join a group of cyclists who GVCC President: Doris Phinney,
will be here for a week please let me know. The 968-3143, [email protected]
dates are March 13 to 18. They will be riding in the Santa Ynez Valley the early part of the week and I plan to join them on a tour of Santa The next monthly meeting of the GVCC will be BIKEPATH CLEAN-UP and PIZZA FEED is
held on Wednesday, March 16, 6:30pm at Rusty’s March 20 and you could also win a super raffle Pizza Fairview. Please contact me if you have prize. Call John Berberet (681-0048) to reserve a items to place on the agenda. Beware the Ides of March, and we are because our meeting is one ongoing commitment to clean the Obern Trail and we love to see new faces behind the brooms Happy Saint Patrick’s Day and don’t forget to
SIDEWAYS bike tours: Movie buffs check out
Weather: The weather has definitely been
the Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition website for putting a dent in my cycling routine. I’m a route sheets and maps for a do-it-yourself bicycle weather wimp, so with all the February storms tour visiting real locations featured in the film.
around President’s Day weekend, I’ve been Ralph Fertig has put together two nice rides. Go cooped up in the house. A special commendation to Rosie Thompson and Robert Rainwater for GVCC Website: Speaking of websites, if you
riding in the rain on Saturday, February 19.
haven’t checked out ours recently, go to The Choo Choo Century is coming and I’m
www.goletabike.org and see the changes, new sorry that Owen and I will miss it this year. Have photos and links that Robert Rainwater has a wonderful ride and be sure to eat a “sticky bun” added. Don’t forget that if you have a good GVCC cycling photo, get it to Robert.
Thanks to the efforts of Robert Young, we now have a recipient of our last RFP funding for 2004; a new February 12 GVCC minutes reported by Substitute bicycle will be given to James Carter, 8 years old, of With bagels, muffins, fruit and fresh coffee in hand, Recently a local runner, Julie McGeever, owner of GVCC’ers adjourned to the President Doris Phinney’s the Heritage House on 5200 Hollister Ave, was livingroom where she called the meeting to order.
given a GVCC safety light for her use while running.
She said a man driving a PT cruiser, wearing a Recent club mail and the ride calendar were mulicolored cycling jersey, stopped her and offered circulated anxiously awaiting the many ride signups.
her the light for safety purposes. Since the light has Treasurer Cheryl Everett reported on our income GVCC embossed on it, she wondered if the man was a member of our club. Are you?? If so, she wanted to reciprocate the gesture by baking some Connie Styrwoll and Lori Haney reported that we cookies as her way of saying thanks. Even if you’re have 18 train and bike riders signed up for the Choo not a GVCC member, we need to contact this lady Choo Century in March. All systems are go except and have her bake for PPR. All in favor, say.
for Amtrak which is still not running trains northward from Santa Barbara because of track Ralph Fertig, bicyclist extraordinaire, has 2 fabulous damage from the January rains. With any luck, we’l bike rides on the sbbike website that include many be able to do the Choo Choo; however, we all know of the wineries and locations as shown in the movie Amtrak and hope they’ll be back on track (pardon “Sideways”. All yours to download.
We received notification of several new 2005 In another update Connie said that 12 riders, 3 non- centuries including Pedaling with the Poppies in riders and a few maybes have signed on to do May; LA Wheelmen 60th Anniversary Century and RAGBRAI 2005. A discussion followed about SCOR adding a century to the Solvang Prelude in transportation to and from the start in Des Moines and also about the deluxe tent provisions available The club will be adding a link on our web page for Ride Strong Bike tours. And finally, a lengthy Brigitta Rainwater reported on the logo for the 2005 discussion was held on how to best utilize and PPR. She circulated samples and those present disperse our email list for the club. Robert decided on a basic design. She does excellent work.
Rainwater did extensive research and came up with She will fine-tune the design and we wil take it several different choices for consolidating and securing our email list for distribution. It was decided to do more research and report back at a New Business:
The meeting was adjourned and all of us were Our March GVCC meeting will be held at Rusty’s happy that the sun was shining and we were able to Pizza, Fairview and Calle Real on Wednesday, March If GVCC members have items for sale phone 687- For Sale: Adams Trail-A-Bike, excellent condition, a 6218 or [email protected] for ad submission.
year old but hardly used because I got a tandem to ride with my grandchildren. New price was $200, asking $125. Call Doris at 968-3143 or email IN HONOR OF DAN HENRY’S BIRTHDAY, AND OF ALLTHAT HE MEANS TO CYCLING, WE TAKE THE PLEASURE Dan Henry (see below and the next column!) evidence of fame from the Central Indiana I am looking over the rides posted on the site and the term Dan Henry is repeated several times. Is
this a trail marker or a person who sits at turns to And rhythms that sent tinglesAll up and down our spine.
These are painted-on road markings at the turns.
Usually a circle with a line pointing the way. The ones on my Breakfast ride are the letter B with an arrow. Just be sure which color marker to follow for any particular ride. There are lots of older DHs on
Read this for info on Dan Henry
danhenry.htm (where we find the following:)
This month's bicycling personality is "Mr. Bicycle" of the Santa Ynez Valley and unofficial president of the Bicycle Touring Club of Solvang, Dan Henry. Dan is a veteran cyclist whose organized bicycle touring exploits go back some fifty years. During that time he has (among numerous other accomplishments) designed full suspension bicycles decades before they became popular on mountain bikes; invented the typical route marking (commonly known as Dan Henry Arrows) seen on countless century rides; It’s the song of the rolling wheel.
convinced Clement to produce their first butyl tubed tubular (sew-up) tires; participated in countless tours around the world; and organized events for the New York Cycle Club, the International Bicycle Touring Society and many, many others.
The South Coast Breeze is a monthly
Thank You to Our GVCC Sponsors!
publication of the Goteta Valley Cycling Club.
Please support these Jersey & Member
Officers & contacts are:
Sponsors; they help support our club!
VicePres./RideCoordinator Hildy Hoffmann 964-0802 533 E. Micheltorena, Ste. 200, Santa Barbara 93103 GVCC Jerseys for Sale
Member Sponsorships, which are $50 biannually,
guarantee your listing every month in The Breeze, as well as The club is waiting for a minimum order to make up new regular membership in GVCC. The price of biannual Jersey jerseys in your size. Thus far we have only 3 requests. If you Sponsorships, which provide you with Member Sponsor have not previously requested a jersey and wish to do so, benefits as well as a place on our jersey, varies according to contact Kathleen @ 687-6218 or [email protected]. A very placement of your logo on the GVCC jersey; they will be limited number of the club jerseys - 3 dolphins on blue, yellow available when the club places its next jersey order. For more & green background - are available (no L, XL or XXL). They information, please contact Nancy Hull at 965-5392 or can be obtained from Nancy Hull; please call ahead to arrange a time (965-5392). The cost is $55. If you choose to have ajersey mailed, mail a $60 check, payable to GVCC, to Nancy Your GVCC membership provides you with discounts for Hull at 963 Fellowship Ln, Santa Barbara, CA 93109; make non-sale items at the following bike shops: Bike Hazards
15% off parts & accessories at:
Open Air Bicycles, 224 Chapala,
Call these folks to report the broken glass, potholes, 10% off parts & accessories at:
downed tree limbs, discarded mattresses, illegally parked cars& other obstacles to safe cycling.
I.V. Bike Boutique, 880 EmbarcaderoDelMar, Velo Santa Barbara, next to RoCo on State St, 884-0917 general road/bikeway suggestions 568-3046 a huge thanks to Velo Pro for being so cooperative with GVCC in helping the youth of ourcommunity. Of course, Robert Young derserves credit too for all the work he did. Hildy > Date: 2005/02/16 Wed PM 05:39:15 EST > Have the bike. Got it, plus helmet/lock from Velo Pro Goleta. Also got a
> stand pump for Boys and Girls Club to have available for everyone.
> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> If you’ve been living on Mars, and missed the news, here it is.
Bob Zimels
February 16, 2005 Armstrong Aims for 7th Tour De France Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The
Tour’s only six-time winner finally put an end to questions about his plans for 2005, announcing today that
he’ll try to extend his record streak of consecutive victories in cycling’s most prestigious event.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> MARK REYNOLDS MEMORIAL BIKE FUND HELPS NEEDY CHILDREN The parents of Mark J. Reynolds, who tragically lost his life while mountain biking near his home in California in January 2004, started the Mark Reynolds Memorial Bike Fund to continue his wonderful work of providing needy children with bikes. Reynolds used to solicit contributions from fellow cyclists to help him give bicycles during the holiday season to kids whose families couldn’t afford them. He worked with local churches to find children in need and delivered the bikes himself, just to see the faces of joy. In 2004, the Fund donated over $12,000 worth of bicycles to less fortunate children, including special bikes for special kids at the Helen Davis State School for the severely retarded in St. Joseph, MO and the Shriners Crippled Children’s Hospital in St. Louis.
To support this great work, visit http://www.markreynoldsfund.com.
3/4/2005 The Moab Skinny Tire Festival Peloton Project 3/5/2005 100 km Populaire Seattle International Randonneurs 3/5/2005 Death Valley Century and Double Century Adventure Corps 3/5/2005 Kings River Blossom Bike Ride Reedley Lions Club 3/6/2005 LA Bike Tour Los Angeles Marathon 3/10/2005 Speed and Power Clinic Santiago Cycling 3/12/2005 Solvang Century & Half Century 3/19/2005 200 km Brevet Seattle International Randonneurs 3/19/2005 300k Brevet Palomar / Santa Ysabel San Diego Longriders 3/19/2005 Bakersfield Community Gourmet Ride Kern Wheelmen 3/19/2005 Spring Metric Century Orange County Wheelmen 3/19/2005 Tour de Sewer Bell Gardens Lions Club 3/26/2005 Moss Beach 200k Brevet Santa Cruz Randonneurs 3/26/2005 Solvang Double Century PlanetUltra 3/28/2005 Solvang Spring Tour Planet Ultra Ride across incredible terrain from Jerusalem to Eilat, May 10-17, whilelearning about some of the most important political and environmentalissues in the world. Join 150 riders on the 2005 Arava Institute HazonIsrael Ride: Cycling for Peace, Partnership & Environmental Protection.
The Israel Ride is co-sponsored by the Arava Institute for EnvironmentalStudies and Hazon, a New York-based organization dedicated toenvironmental education. The main beneficiary is a Masters inEnvironmental Education program that trains Israeli Jews, IsraeliPalestinians, Palestinians, and Jordanians, educating a new generation ofleaders in the Middle East to work together towards peace andenvironmental protection in the region. Last year’s riders includedAmericans, both Jewish and Arab Israelis, and a Jordanian student from theArava Institute.
“In Israel, there are a few issues that can actually unite ethnic,political, and religious factions,” said Avi Hoffer, who will beparticipating in the Israel Ride for the second time this year. “Theenvironment is one of those rare issues that bridges many gaps. The AravaInstitute embodies the principles of regional co-existence andenvironmental conservation.” The ride will go from start from Jerusalemand pass through Ashkelon, the Negev, Mitzpeh Ramon, and Kibbutz Ketura,and on to Eilat. It is fully supported; food and lodging will be provided.
Visit Hazon (http://www.hazon.org) for details.

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