32st Annual Andrew Spiller Memorial Ride & Picnic
Moved to Saturday, Aug 22, 2020
New Location: Victor Municipal Park
Come Out to This RBC Event on August 22!
The Andrew Spiller Memorial Ride and Picnic will be at Victor Municipal Park. The event will go from
8 AM Thru 8 PM
New location means new rides. Still working on the routes and scheduling.
Newer members - come out and socialize, meet other club members and of course, RIDE!
What is the Andrew Spiller Memorial Ride?
It is a great day for RBC members and guests to gather in one place. You can ride any number of miles during this daylong event. This is the day when you can challenge yourself to ride a little further than normal, maybe even set a personal best for distance ridden in one day. Or it can be a day where you come out to do a comfortable ride and socialize with other riders.
Details haven't been worked out, but due to ongoing concerns with Covid-19 it most likely will not be a dish to share event.
Once again this year the club we request those coming please bring a dish to
pass . We would like to gather for a picnic
around 1:00 . After that we can go out
riding again to work off those picnic calories. - or just hang out! The Club will
provide hot dogs, rolls and soft drinks and water. Of course if you are not into hot dogs, feel
free to bring the meat of your choice to grill.
RBC Jerseys will be available for sale.
History of the Andrew Spiller Memorial Ride
The Andrew Spiller Memorial Challenge Ride was first held in 1989, organized by Mark Frank. Andrew Spiller, a RBC member and long distance cyclist was tragically killed in June 1992 when he was hit by a car during a very long endurance ride. Andrew contributed to the club in many ways, and the Challenge Ride was renamed in his memory. This is a great day to come out and ride and honor him.
Let’s set a new rider attendance record this year.
If you have any questions, suggestions or would be willing to help out please contact Kathy Riegel.