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OHBTC Membership and Event Website

Visit the club's membership and event pages at

Club Resumes Rides

The OTHBC Board has approved resuming club rides, subject to Guidelines During the Pandemic.

Club rides will be limited to members only and the ride size cannot be greater than 10 riders. Riders must register before the day of the ride, provide their contact info on the online registration form and agree to follow the Guidelines. Guidelines include social distancing, masks worn when you cannot social distance, and no drafting or pacelines. Do not come on ride if you have any reason to believe you could have covid-19.

After the rider limit is reached, anyone attempting to register can request being put on a wait list; if a registered rider cancels, the next on the wait list automatically moves up and receives a confirmation email.

The electronic registration replaces the sign-in sheet. Ride leaders will not have cue sheets; riders will be expected to print and bring a cue sheet or download the route to their navigation device. Riders must have masks and should have hand sanitizer.

The old website is being replaced by the club’s membership and event website, The Calendar ( and the Ride List ( are visible to the public, but ride details and registration are only available to members. Members must log into to register. Registering for a ride is the same process that has been used to register for club events, such as the annual dinner, club picnic, and Indian Head 100. Instructions will soon be available for members who want to lead rides and post them to the calendar.

Ride With GPS Club Account

OHBTC's Ride With GPS club account is at

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.

With the RWGPS app on your smartphone, you can have offline maps and turn by turn voice navigation on club routes.

The Club Route Library is at 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 2020

Log your miles in 2020 and watch the miles add up, whether 100 miles on a century, 30 miles on a club ride, 10 miles on a trail, or 1 mile to the store. Some people pencil their miles into a paper log, some enter them into a computer spreadsheet, and others track their miles on a website such as
The National Bike Challenge encourages cyclists to ride more. Cyclists earn a point for each mile and 20 points for each day they ride. Enter your rides in Strava and have them automatically appear on the National Bike Challenge.

Join the 2018 OHBIKE Challenge at and let’s see how many miles club members can log during 2018.

Making cue sheets

Using, 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.

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 ../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 ../cuesheet_maker.pdf. NOTE: You must be viewing the route in the "Classic Mode" view and not the "Beta Mode." You can switch from Beta Mode to Classic Mode by clicking "More"  V "View in Classic Mode."

An alternative to using "Cuesheet Maker" is using URL"route number"; for example

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OHBIKE 2020 Challenge

Join the OHBIKE 2020 Bike Challenge at

It is easy to enter your miles into your Endomondo account.
  • You can manually add a ride to your Endomondo account by using the "Add Workout" button at
  • If you use a Garmin GPS device to log your miles to Garmin Connect, go to to connect your Endomondo account to your Garmin Connect account.
  • If you use your smartphone for a bike computer, you can use the Endomondo app (
  • If you log your miles with another app, such as Ride With GPS or Strava, you can sync your Endomondo account to the other by using

You must be logged into Endomondo to see the names of riders.

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Price: $ 60.00 + $5.00 (Shipping) = $ 65.00 total
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Oxon Hill Bicycle & Trail Club (or OHBTC)

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Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club
P.O. 81
Oxon Hill, MD 20750-0081

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