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2015 Season is 10/1/14 - 9/30/15
Dues must be paid by Jan. 1 to remain an active member (and have your mileage count).
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Welcome to the Southern Indiana Wheelmen Bicycle Club! We've been riding the beautiful roads of Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington Counties (to name a few) since 1975. We hope to see YOU soon!
Enjoy a holiday get-together at Jan and Bernie Campbell's home on:
Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014 at 4:30 PM
1986 Old Vincennes Road (Look for the sign or an old bicycle).
The meat (chicken) will be provided, but please bring a covered dish.
Please RSVP to Jan's cell at 502-599-7972 or the home phone at 812-944-1959.
Join SIW for our annual Polar Bear Ride - it's the perfect way to start off the new year!
The ride starts at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 1st at Bryan & Marla Huhnerkoch's home at 7103 Copper Passage and lunch will be ready at 12:00.
There will be two 15 and one 27 mile route, but if the weather is too bad to ride, please come by for a little while anyway to ring in the new year with your cycling friends!
Please bring a covered dish or dessert.
View and print the flier and cue sheet (with directions to ride start).
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Jeanne sends each member his/her INDIVIDUAL ride log monthly via e-mail.
If you do not receive these e-mails, but would like to, please contact her at SIWStatistician@Outlook.com.
Be sure to check out some cool cycling-related pics from Tumblr that are posted towards the bottom of this page - they'll be updated on an on-going basis so check back often.
View pics here.
Members: Please be sure to join our Google Group! This will allow you to easily send and receive e-mails to & from other club members about schedule changes, road hazards, announcements, etc.
If you have any trouble signing up, simply e-mail email@example.com to get yourself added to the group!
Celebrate the return of Fall weather with a brand new SIW Club Jersey!
Stop by Clarksville Schwinn TODAY to pick yours up before they're all gone (they're just $62)!
It's up to YOU; however, to keep it up-to-date! Please review the directory and add or update whatever info you wish to make available to your fellow SIW members.
If you need the password for the members' area, please contact any club officer for assistance.
Do you know where this inviting trail is?There is an opportunity "right in our own backyard" for a rail trail from New Albany to Clarksville. The trail would extend from Silver Street in New Albany all the way West to Clark Blvd. in Clarksville, just past I-65.
Club member Stephen Thill, who is an experienced mechanical engineer, has been meeting with local officials and assembled quite a bit information, photos, etc.
Download his May 3rd report here. (Note: This file contains color photos and several pages. It is a rather large file and may take a couple of minutes to download).
Looking for a fun Indiana Ride?Bicycle Indiana's 2014 Ride Guide is now available - pick up a copy at Clarksville Schwinn or download a digital copy for your PC or mobile device here.
Download GPS route data for upcoming rides (tcx files):Do you have the ability to load GPS route data into your cycle computer? If so, remember you can export GPX data for most of our routes found in the member's area by clicking on the "map" link.
If you're not sure how to convert this data for use on your brand of computer, visit www.gpsies.com for help.
To schedule rides for upcoming months, contact:
Bryan Huhnerkoch at firstname.lastname@example.org (Wheelmen), or
David Rausch at email@example.com (Slowspokes).
SIW is proud to help keep Hwy 31 litter free!
(South of Memphis to Perry Crossing)