Lake Natoma Overnight Campout and Dinner
Saturday, July 16, 2011 - Sunday, July 17, 2011
(Repeats daily for 1 day(s))

Join Don Bybee of Transpocycle and John Boyer of Edible Pedal on an overnight bicycle camping trip to the group campsite at Negro Bar State Park, on Lake Natoma.  Joining us this trip will be Rick Mahan, renowned Chef/Owner of the The Waterboy restaurant and One Speed Café, to give a camp cooking demonstration and to cook dinner for us.  Beer and wine will be provided with dinner. A self-serve continental breakfast will be provided on Sunday morning.  Also included will be a pre-ride session to discuss additional information about the trip, how to carry your gear, touring bicycles, and other information for those new to touring or who would like to attend the ride.  The ride will be approximately 22 miles each day, predominantly on the American River Bike Trail.  Most of the ride is relatively flat but there a few moderate hills as we pass Nimbus Dam and ride around the north side of the lake. 

Date:          July 16, 2011 through July 17, 2011

Time:         10:00 AM, Meet at Edible Pedal, 1712 L Street, (in the alley between L and Capital Ave. next to Old Soul Coffee)  Should return to the shop on Sunday approximate 3:00 PM.

Pre-Ride Orientation:  Tuesday July 12, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm, At Edible Pedal.

What to Bring:       Plate, bowl, and utensils recommended

                            Cup and/or glass

                            Lunch for Saturday and Sunday

                            Tent, sleeping bag, and sleeping pad

                            Personal clothing and gear

Cost:                    $49 per person

To Sign Up:       Click on the PayPal button below to sign up and pay for this trip.  Trip is limited to 25 participants so sign up early.  Sign ups close at 5:00 PM on Thursday July 14.  (I recommend to all that are interested in future classes and outings to sign up on the "Latest News" RSS feed.)

Note:  There are flush toilets, water, and picnic tables available at this campsite.  No showers are available, but a refreshing dip in Lake Natoma is an option, and will change your whole outlook on life.  Upon receipt of payment a Release of Liability form will be emailed to you.  Please sign and bring this with you to the pre-ride orientation or the ride start at Edible Pedal.

For any questions contact Don Bybee at 916-266-1595 or dbybe@me.com

Photos:

American River Bike Trail in Winter

Lake Natoma Overnight

Notes

Sign ups for this event are closed.  Keep checking calendar for future events planned.

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