Mountain Sports Club biking schedule
Park City Mountain Sports Club Scheduled Bike Rides
Members are encouraged to be at the meeting location a few minutes early so they can get their bikes ready to ride and sign the mandatory PCMSC release form.
July 9 at 9 a.m. B Ride Led by Chuck Mollard. Park City loop with a ride up the bike path in Promontory for approximately 25 miles. Meet at Wasatch Bagel. Chuck’s number is (917) 881-9022.
July 10 at 6 p.m. A Ride Led by Bob Johnson. Evening hill climb: Climb Royal St. to Silver Lake with the option of going to Empire Lodge. Meet at Eccles Parking Lot. Mountain bikers invited and we will meet you at Snow Park lodge at Deer Valley about 6:15 p.m. Please contact Bob at (908) 310-3824 if you plan on riding.
July 11 at 9 a.m. C Ride Led by Denny Saturnino. Meet at Park City Bagels, Quarry Village, and ride under I-80 overpass onto Rassmussen and travel east to Preserve. Out one hour and back one hour. Denny’s number is (435) 659-1666.
July 14 at 9 a.m. B Ride Led by Dana Morgan. Meet at Park City High School. Ride to Kamas with a stop at Eggs on Main and return via a climb in Browns Canyon. Dana’s phone number is (435) 640-6740.
July 14 at 9 a.m. C Ride Led by Annemarie Ferrari. Meet at Park City Bagel, Quarry Village, and ride Frontage Road to Old Ranch to Split Rail to 224 and return on Frontage Road. Annemarie’s number is (801) 706-5117.
July 14 at 9 a.m. Mountain Bike Ride Led by Anke Meek. Meet at TJ Maxx parking lot. This will be an out-and-back ride along the trail parallel to 224 to Wasatch Bagel and return.
July 16 at 9 a.m. A Ride Led by Bob Johnson. Meet at Eccles parking lot. We will ride to Coalville via Browns Canyon past Rockport reservoir and back. Approximately 52 miles. Contact Bob at (908) 310-3824.
July 19 – C Ride Led by Judy Horwitz. This will be an in-and-out ride on the scenic Jordan River Parkway (bike trail) in west Salt Lake. It is a flat ride approximately 8.6 miles each way. Meet at Park City Bagel at Quarry Village at 8:30 a.m. or at General Holmes Trailhead where we will start the ride about 9:15 a.m. Take I-80 west to I-15 south, take exit 303 onto 3300 South and go west. Turn left onto 700 West and proceed about 0.8 miles and make a right onto Carlisle Park Lane. Go to the end of the street and bear left into the parking lot. Please bring a picnic lunch for the end of the ride very nice park with bathrooms. Judy’s phone number is (847) 370-6688.
July 20 at 9 a.m. B Ride Led by Karen Halverson. This will be a loop around Heber Valley, approximately 25 miles. Meet at the Heber Skate Park, W 100 S St. toward Midway. Karen’s phone number is (314) 304-4007.
July 20 at 9 a.m. Mountain Bike Ride Led by Rob Brooke. Details will be sent out later via email blast. Rob’s phone number is (224) 639-3293.
July 28 at 9 a.m. B+ Ride Led by Chuck Mollard. This will be an out-and-back ride up Emigration Canyon with 1,500 feet of elevation gain 16 miles total. Meet at Hogel Zoo parking lot. Chuck’s phone number is (917) 881-9022.
July 28 at 10 a.m. Mountain Bike Ride Led by Frank Traczyk and Marianne Birch Lensen. Meet at Chubasco at 10 a.m. We will ride Round Valley, single trail, switchbacks and some rocks, mostly blue trails. After the ride we will go to Chubasco for lunch. Cell number is (801) 209-9092.
July 31 at 9 a.m. C Ride Led by Chuck Mollard. This will be a loop around Park City of approximately 16 miles. Meet at Kimball Junction behind Silver Mountain Sports Club. Chuck’s phone number is (917) 881-9022.
Park City Mountain Sports Club TGIF schedule
The Park City Mountain Sports Club gathers every Friday evening at 6 p.m. to socialize at restaurants, outdoor venues and private homes:
July 12 Goldener Hirsch, 7570 Royal Street, Park City, (435) 649-7770
July 19 Butchers Chop House & Bar, 751 Main Street, Park City, (435) 647-0040
July 26 Bridge Cafe & Grill, 825 Main St Park City, (435) 658-5451
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