Join us for The Triplets of Belleville on VCM Movie Nite, Wednesday, November 14 at 6:30pm at the old Walking Tall offices in Carmel Rancho.
The Triplets of Belleville is an Oscar nominated animated film that includes a young racer named Champion, the Tour de France, the French Mafia, kidnapping, and, of course, the renowned Belleville Triplets… The film earned a 94% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
VCM Movie Night is free for club members and a guest. We’ll have beer, wine and some light snacks, but feel free to bring your own if you wish, or put a few bucks in the donation jar to help defray the costs. Or just volunteer to stay after to help clean up!
Space is limited to 35 people, so please RSVP if you plan to attend. Click here to RSVP on Evite. Remember to include a guest if you are bringing one.
What: Velo Club Movie Night – The Triplets of Belleville
The Old Walking Tall offices
26346 Carmel Rancho Lane, Carmel 93923
Suite 201-E (upstairs) Directions are here
When: Wednesday, November 14, 6:30pm
RSVP: EVITE VCM MOVIE NIGHT
By now you’ve seen some of the new Velo Club Heritage Edition Kit riding around on club members. If you missed out on the initial order, we do plan for a re-order in the spring.
In the meantime, we have a few “extra” Velo Club Monterey jerseys available to purchase. These include:
New VCM Heritage Jersey
1 Men’s Continental Jersey (Medium/Performance Fit) – $75
1 Men’s Century LX Jersey (XL/Club Fit) – $72
Long Sleeve Wool Heritage Jersey (It’s starting to get cold outside!)
1 Large – $105
1 XL – $105
DISCOUNTED “Flying V” Jersey
1 Women’s Jersey (L ) – $25
1 Men’s Jersey (M- Club Fit) – $25
1 Men’s Jersey’s (L – Club Fit) – $25
Additionally, we’ve noticed that some of your VCM water bottles are pretty scruffy looking after a couple of years of use. We still have club water bottles available. These are top quality Specialized Purist water bottles. VCM Water Bottles are available in either 22 oz. or 26 oz. bottles – and you can choose either black or white caps.
As you may know, club-member and Junior Development leader Gordon Martine was injured in a car/bicycle accident last weekend. After surgeries to repair both his broken arm and hip, he now is beginning rehab and can also see visitors (during specific times). Below is the note from Sue Martine regarding what’s next and how you can visit Gordon…
Gordon was transferred from Natividad to CHOMP’s Intensive Rehab Unit yesterday. He will be getting 4 hours of PT/OT therapy a day. Think of this as “high end intervals”. So, between sessions he will need to rest. The best time to visit him Monday – Friday is at dinner ( 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.)
On the weekends, he gets one full day off from his “interval” training, with only a short session on one of the two days during the weekend. So, the weekends would give you all the best bang for your buck to see him! Visiting hours are 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. the IRU is located on the ground floor. You can ask for directions at the info booth when you enter the main doors at CHOMP. He is in room 1164.
We both want to thank you for all the prayers and good healing wishes that are coming his way. Keep them coming!!! He will be back to the front of the peloton again. It will just take a few months and a lot of hard work. He is HIGHLY motivated to get back the Junior group. He loves you all so much and misses you all.
With love – sue
All of us from the Velo Club wish Gordon a swift and complete recovery!
2018 marks the 20th Anniversary of the Tuesday No Real Job Ride. And we’re commemorating it with a celebration Anniversary ride on Tuesday September 18th.
The Anniversary NRJ Ride will have a few special treats – some homemade sweets, sparkling wine and non-alcoholic cider, and a neat little commemorative item for any and all riders who’ve enjoyed the NRJ over the years.
Also, we can’t mention the NRJ ride without giving a special thanks to Heidi Hausserman, who began the ride back in the late nineties when it was just a handful of riders. Through the years, Heidi has watched it become one of the most popular rides on the Monterey Peninsula. She has written a short history of the NRJ ride and helped put together dozens of photographs of the riders who have participated throughout the year.