Club Member Keely Clifford has an Extra Large VCM Wind Jacket from the recent club clothing purchase that does not fit her well and shed love to sell it so she can get the right size next time. If you are interested in an XL sized VCM Wind Jacket, contact Keely at keelyclifford[at]hotmail[com]
Five young gentlemen from Monterey took a wrong turn one day. Some time later they found themselves in Colorado with a few new friends. Deciding that joining was better than fighting they went along for the ride.
Follow this link to see where they went: Team 2 Stupid Too No Better – Ride the Rockies Video
- Register as a Club Member on the website so you can access the Members Only page and VCM Webstore (takes about 26 seconds).
- Visit Webstore and buy your bottles (limit of 5 of each size).
- Pick up your bottles at one of 4 friendly locations (no shipping).
To create your members account on the website, click this link to visit the VCM Member Registration Page. Enter a user name, password, email address and First/Last Name to register. Make sure your Last Name matches the name you used on your Club membership application. Once you sign up and join you’ll be taken to the Members Only page, where you can click on the webstore to order your bottles.
The VCM Webstore uses PayPal to process purchases, but you can use Paypal to pay with your credit card without having a Paypal account.
Also once you have created your VCM Website Member Account anytime you return to vcmonterey.org you can login in again using the VCM Member Login section of the home page to gain access to the Members Only section of the website. In addition to the webstore you’ll also be able to access the Club Members list information and other Members only club information.
A new group ride has formed up on Thursday afternoons. The BWC Ride starts on the Rec Trail at 2pm near the Custom House on Old Fisherman’s Wharf (same place as Tuesday NRJ ride). There is no fixed route, as the group decides what roads they want to travel that day. Frequent options are: out and back to Pezzini’s; through Ft. Ord, often reversing the NRJ route; or over Aguajito to Pebble Beach and back around through PG. The only sure thing is that somewhere near the end there’s a stop for either Beer, Wine or Coffee.
Post No Bills in Sand City is a current end-of-ride favorite, while Wharf Marketplace (now with Acme Coffee!); or Joe Rombi’s in PG are other popular options. This is a moderate pace, no drop ride with route determined by the group at the start. Distance is usually 25-35mi. +/- Everyone is welcome – so take off work early on Thursday and join the BWC Ride. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Note: Velo Club Monterey does not organize, sponsor, nor assume any liability for your participation in this or any other ride.
Congratulations to Winning Wheels Bicycle Shop in Pacific Grove who was awarded the Monterey County Small Business of the Year Award from the Monterey County Business Council.
Winning Wheels is a favorite among VCM members and a long time supporter of the club. Generations of riders have been put on 2 wheels thanks to Hector Chavez and his family. Congratulations to for this much deserved award!