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The Jonathan Pon Memorial 2-Day Ride

It’s more than a ride; it’s an experience! From the dramatic Pacific Coast with pounding waves to rolling pastures, small country roads and historic towns, this ride offers a little bit of everything. Two days never felt so fun. Named

Posted in AIDS Ride, Training

Warm Winds And Fast Times – Paul Hulse Century Recap

By Chris Eisenberg The trees and rose bushes swayed ominously in the strong morning winds as the first riders gathered in the parking lot, waiting for the crew to secure the tent enough so check-on for the Paul Hulse/PosPeds century

Posted in Ride Recap, Training

Russian River 3-Day Ride

This year will mark the 13th annual Positive Pedalers Russian River Ride. Held in the town of Guerneville in Sonoma County, and open only to Positive Pedalers members, it is a great opportunity to experience the community of your fellow

Posted in Announcement, Training

Paul Hulse Century Ride

Orange groves, gently rolling hills, miles and miles of beautiful lush countryside, tasty treats at 4 pit stops, lunch stop by the ocean, full sweep support, ride leaders AND the friendliest group of crew and riders – the Paul Hulse PosPed

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18th Annual Santa Barbara Century Ride

The most anticipated ride of the season, the Shifting Gears Santa Barbara Ride is open for registration. There’s a big change you need to know about, so pay attention! Due to major renovations at the Days Inn, this year’s ride will be

Posted in Announcement, Training

Balance/Stability Training

By Todd Templin, Personal Trainer I am very pleased to see more and more people performing balance and stability training on their own. The purpose of this type of training is much more than just making training fun and challenging.

Posted in Training

Training after your big ride

Take your training to the next level By Todd Templin To all the Positive Pedalers who road in the various Aids Rides across the country, congratulations and great job! Not an easy thing to do and I admire your effort.

Posted in Training