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Doctor 3200 Leonardtown Rd
Park Bicycle 4360 Knox Road
College Park, MD
Maryland Park Bicycles101 Maryland Park Drive
Capitol Heights, MD
Adventure Center Solomons, MD
9217 Baltimore Blvd.
College Park, MD
REI 9801 Rhode Island Ave.
College Park, MD
1506 Belle View Blvd.
Up the Creek Rentals (Kayak & Bikes) 108A Mattingly
Indian Head, MD
Nuts Bike Shop 302 Montgomery Street
Henson Creek Trail
OHBTC Membership and Event Website
Visit the club's membership and event pages at http://ohbike.memberlodge.org.
Southern Maryland Century - the Indian Head 100
Day, Monday, September 4, 2017
17, 26, 40, 54, 68 and 100 miles through the Potomac Heritage Area of Southern Maryland. Enjoy riding on shaded roads with little traffic as you pedal to rest stops at Smallwood State Park, Oak Grove Bapist Church, Christ Church Durham Parish, Saint Ignatius Church at Chapel Point, and the Thomas Stone Historic House. Proceeds benefit local non-profit organizations. On-line registration closes August 31. No on-site walk-up registration. Limit 1,000 riders. More information and registration at www.ohbike.org/century.
Bob's Birthday Watermelon Ride
Join the National Bike Challenge
Ride With GPS Club Account
OHBTC's Ride With GPS club account is at https://ridewithgps.com/clubs/298-oxon-hill-bicycle-and-trail-club.
OHBTC club members can join the club account free and take advantage of the paid features unlocked for all routes in the club route library.
The Club Route Library is at https://ridewithgps.com/clubs/298-oxon-hill-bicycle-and-trail-club#club-routes. The club has several route managers who have been adding their routes to the library
The routes can be sorted and/or filtered by route name, tag, location, distance, elevation and creation date. Clicking on a route takes you to the route map, cue sheet and GPS files, which can be downloaded to a Garmin unit. OHBTC is following a naming convention of using the first two initials of the start location, the distance and destination as the route name, e.g., BR 44 Riverside is a 44-mile route from Bryans Road Shopping Center to Riverside.
Ride More - Log your miles in 2017
- Download a 2017 Bicycling Log in PDF format you can print, stick on your refrigerator, enter your miles with pen or pencil, and manually tally your weekly and cumulative miles
- Download an Excel spreadsheet version that does automatic summation of your miles showing your weekly miles and your cumulative miles for 2017
- Use a web site to log your miles
- These sites let you manually enter your rides or upload your rides from a GPS device or smartphone app. Tapiriik.
Join the 2017 OHBIKE Challenge at http://www.endomondo.com/challenges/26435638 and let’s see how many miles club members can log during 2017.
OHBIKE 2017 Challenge
Join the OHBIKE 2017 Bike Challenge at https://www.endomondo.com/challenges/31637142.
It is easy to enter your miles into your Endomondo account.
- If you use a Garmin GPS device to log your miles
to Garmin Connect, go to
to connect your Endomondo accounty to your Garmin Connect account. You can also connect your Endomondo accounty to your MapMyRide account.
- If you use your smartphone for a bike computer, you can use the Endomondo app (https://www.endomondo.com/download).
Volunteer Appreciation Dinner - November 19, 2016
THANK YOU to all the OHBTC volunteers.
2016 Southern Maryland Century - the Indian Head 100
To view these photos and other event photos in a Google Photos album, go to https://goo.gl/photos/PYh1LbEkUckMPaeD9.
A Rider Survey is at https://goo.gl/Oy1Tas. The reponses (https://goo.gl/9yBwTg) had many positive comments about the volunteers.
OHBTC's Annual Summer Picnic - Saturday, August 13, 2016
Around 80 members and guests enjoyed the club’s annual picnic and bike ride at Linda Molesworth’s “Fresh Meadows Farm” on August 13. It was hot but even the heat could not distract from the beauty of Linda’s farm and the shady roads of Calvert County.
Bob's Watermelon Ride - Sunday, July 10, 2016
On July 10, over one hundred riders enjoyed the club's annual Bob’s Birthday Watermelon Ride. Bob was a charter member of the OHBTC and always invited club members to help him celebrate his birthday on the Sunday after the Fourth of July. Although he died many years ago, the club continues to remember him and his contributions to cycling and OHBTC. He rode his age in miles until in his seventies and then rode them in kilometers until shortly before his death at 83. Read more about Bob at www.ohbike.org/bob.
Many thanks to this year’s ride leaders: AA 49 - Scott Walker, A 49 - Holly Carr and Kirt Saunders, B 49 - Norm Lisy, B 42 - Mike Saizan, CC 49 - Steve Palincsar, CC 36 – Majesta Hartley, C 30 - Randy Schoch and Mia Haynes. Read their ride reports at http://ohbike.memberlodge.org/reports.
Special thanks to the Jackie and Randy Schoch and Mike and Azalia Butler for getting the watermelons. Randy joined the club in its first year in 1972 and rode many miles with Bob. Congratulations to Azalia, who planned to ride the 19-mile D ride but did the 30-mile C ride. While others enjoyed a bike ride, Mike was busy slicing watermelons.
See photos from the ride at https://www.facebook.com/ohbike/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1400494303299895.
2016 Patuxent River Rural Legacy Ride
600 cyclists enjoyed rides of 22, 35, 44 or 64 miles through the Patuxent River Rural Legacy Area of Prince George's County on Saturday, June 11.
Thank you to all who participated and special thanks to the 70 OHBTC members who made this another great club event by marking roads, directing parking, checking in riders, driving SAG and working at rest stops and the after-ride picnic.
This video recorded by club member Janice Creamer shows cyclists on some of the country roads in the Rural Legacy Area,
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Making cue sheets
you can make cue sheets for rides. The RideWithGPS cue
sheets have turn symbols and extra words that make the
cue sheet more difficult to read than the simple format
used for most OHBTC cue sheets.
create a cue sheet. For an illustration
of the process, see
Ride leaders usually manually cut and paste a RideWithGPS cue sheet to format it into a simpler format. Now, there is a "bookmarklet" that can be used to make a cue sheet in the OHBTC format if you are viewing a RideWithGPS route. To install the "bookmarklet," go to www.ohbike.org/cuesheet_maker.html and drag the link for the "Cuesheet Maker" to your browser's bookmark bar.
Whenever you are viewing a RideWithGPS route, you can click on "Cuesheet Maker" button on your bookmark bar to
create a cue sheet. For an illustration of the process, see www.ohbike.org/cuesheet_maker.pdf
Subscribe to the ohbike Yahoo e-mail list
The ohbike Yahoo group is for club-related communication between members of OHBTC.
Members of the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club (OHBTC) can join the ohbike Yahoo group by going to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ohbike/ and clicking on "Join This Group."
Membership in this Yahoo group is open only to members of OHBTC. When you apply to join, please include your name in the "Comments to List Owner."
As a member the ohbike Yahoo group, you can send e-mail to the list at firstname.lastname@example.org.