Ride in Support of Jay Kirby on Sept. 15 - 12pm

Jay Kirby celebrates his 100,000th mile on the shoulder of Route 20 near Hardscrabble - August, 2015.


Ride Details:

- Age 18+ years old and up.
- Meet at noon at the Lewes Transit Center (near Lowes).

- Front and Rear lights MANDATORY.
- Helmets MANDATORY.
- EXCELLENT bicycle handling skills MANDATORY.
- 10mph (slow speed is necessary for the purpose of Critical Mass).

- Approx 10 miles in length.
- Ride in the bus/bicycle/turn lane only.
- Ride will progress southerly.
- Right turn on South Timberlake Track road.
- Regroup - (if necessary)
- Left turn on Oyster House road.
- Left turn onto Route 1 north.
- Right turn onto Westcoats Road.
- Left turn onto Savannah at the traffic light.
- Right turn back into Transit Station.

Please invite fellow cyclists who are able to adhere to the guidelines to ride. We need as big of a group as we can get! .................Andrea Barros



Click Here for More Info about Jay

Please Check Our Activities Calendar for 2019 Group Rides (many rides have start time changes beginning 9/1/19 and most rides will end on 9/30/19)

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    Delaware Department of Transportation  

On June 3, 2019 over 30 Sussex Cyclists Members attended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the completion of Georgetown to Lewes Pathway Phase II, Savannah Road to Log Cabin Road and the Unveiling of the Kiosk in Honor of Thomas H. Draper. 

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) held a ceremony for the completion of Georgetown to Lewes Pathway, Phase II. The hot-mix paved trail is 10-foot wide and approximately 4.9 miles in length. This is a new pathway for pedestrians and cyclists to and from communities and businesses.

Family, friends, and staff of WBOC unveiled the new kiosk (near the Lewes Senior Center) in Honor of Thomas H. Draper. Mr. Draper was the owner of WBOC-TV for 39 years.  He celebrated 50 years in Broadcasting on September 3, 2017, just days before his tragic death from a bicycling accident. He was an avid cyclist.

   Sussex Cyclists Riders and Attendees

Our usual Monday Group Ride was re-routed to leave from the Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton to ride the length of the Georgetown-Lewes Trail and attend the Ribbon Cutting and Kiosk Unveiling Ceremony. The ride was co-led by Betsy Collins and Bob Brotschol and included 18 Club riders. They were joined at the ceremony by over a dozen additional Club members. Many wore a Club Jersey! 

Thanks to everyone who volunteered or rode in the Bike and Beers Event.

We will try to get photos on the facebook page and website in the next week..

Thanks to all who volunteered for the Loopin' For The Library

Benefitting The Lewes Public Library Saturday June 22, 2019

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