Wow, is this Arizona? First the Saturday forecast changed from rain to cloudy and now Sunday's forecast did the same. Woohoo! I sent an email out to a few people and those that responded wanted to do the New Albany to likely Granville route. I'll have more details by tomorrow about a start time but either 9:00 or 10:00am. Note Dave Miller also has a COP ride scheduled out of London via the bike path to Xenia and back on Saturday. I don't want to undermine his ride but that's a long drive for some of us and riding a bike path is not attractive. Sorry Dave! Guess for Sunday there is the Canal Winchester ride out of Ric Noland's Cyclist Connection shop or there will be another ride out of New Albany.
UPDATE: Well that sucks, forecast flipped back to rain but weather.com says 40% so maybe we can ride. In case not, here is an option from Mark C for trail running. Mark is known to run rain or shine and you can always show up and just hike. Regarding the New Albany ride, weather permitting let's ride going to Granville, 45ish miles with option for longer. Sounds like Larry P, Todd L, Flyin T, Jeff S and others will be there. All are welcome as usual. Off season pace unless you want to go faster. I'll post the time later today after looking again at weather forecast.
Update #2. If not raining, how about 10:00am out of New Albany, normal starting point for a ride? If raining, I'm trail running with Mark C. Rain not so much a factor for trail running. Anyone have riding plans for Sunday? See Mark C's decription of the trail run and note Andrew is hosting a trail run on Sunday at 2:00 I think out of Clearcreek Park.
So, who is interested in a trail run at Old Man's Cave Saturday? I'm planning to start at Old Man's Cave at 10 AM and run to Ash Cave, then back. That would be about 11 miles.
There are shorter alternatives as well.
Old Man's Cave to Cedar Falls and back = 6 miles.
Old Man's Cave to Ash Cave = 5.5 miles. We can come get you and drive you back to the start.
Old Man's Cave to Ash Cave back to Cedar Falls = 8 miles.