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            <h1>From the President's Desk</h1>
            <h2>&mdash; Dan Atwood</h2>
        <p>Hi fellow Cycle-Paths! The riding season is well underway and I'm recovering from the <em>Grand Mesa Century</em>, our first event of the summer tour schedule. Thanks to the volunteers who worked the relief and refreshment stations, and congratulations
            to all who finished. </p>
        <p>Our next club meeting is Tuesday, July 8th at the DoubleTree Hotel in Grand Junction. Kaylee Frieze will talk about the upcoming <em>Gunnison Challenge</em> tour. Be sure to stay afterward for refreshments and fun. </p>
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                <h1>Riding the Rim</h1>
                <h2>&mdash; Kathy Rawlings</h2>
            <p>Rim Rock Drive in Colorado National Monument has tested many of the world's strongest riders, but is still accessible to the weekend cyclist. If you decide to <em>Tour the Moon</em>, here are some tips to help you have a great ride: </p>
                <li><strong>Keep Hydrated</strong> The canyon sun can quickly sap your energy. Make sure you carry plenty of water; there are no watering holes along the Rim. </li>
                <li><strong>Bring Lights</strong> All bikes must be equipped with front and rear lights for safe passage through the Rim's tunnels. Cyclists must use a white light visible at least 500 feet in front and a red light visible at least 200 feet
                    from the rear. </li>
                <li><strong>Ride Single File</strong> Rim Rock Drive is narrow, with sheer drop-offs to the canyon valley. Leave plenty of room for drivers to pass you and your group. </li>
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            <figcaption>Cycling in Colorado National Monument </figcaption>
        <h1>Upcoming Events</h1>
            <h2><strong>July 5</strong> <em>Rose Hill Rally</em></h2>
            <p>Start from Canyon View Park and choose the Century or Metric Century ride. The $35 entry fee includes breakfast, support vehicles, rest station refreshments, and a post-ride meal. </p>
            <h2><strong>July 12</strong> <em>Tour the Palisades</em></h2>
            <p>The Wine Tour season starts with our annual tour of the <em>Fruit &amp; 
		Wine Trail</em>. Stay afterward to enjoy samples of local wine from the valley. </p>
            <h2><strong>July 26</strong> <em>Gunnison Challenge</em></h2>
            <p>Join us for this non-competitive tour through the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Proceeds from the event benefit the Montrose Medical Mission.
            <h2><strong>August 9</strong> <em>Steamboat Springs Rally</em></h2>
            <p>Come to the Steamboat Ski Mountain for this epic 60-mile ride across the Continental Divide. A second ride has been added for those interested in enjoying the cross-country trails within the Steamboat ski area. </p>
            <h2><strong>August 24</strong> <em>Copper Triangle</em></h2>
            <p>The famous Copper Triangle goes up and over Freemont, Tennessee, and Vail Pass. Amply stocked aid/rest stations will be available throughout the tour. </p>
            <h2><strong>September 7</strong> <em>Durango Tour</em></h2>
            <p>Join Cycle Pathology on the 40-, 60-, or 100-mile tour option. Proceeds benefit Crossroads Charities. This event includes sag support vehicles, food/aid stations, and a post-ride meal. </p>
            <h2><strong>September 23</strong> <em>Montrose Meander</em></h2>
            <p>Choose from four distances: 33 miles, 50 miles, 75 miles, and a century ride through the Black Canyon. Registration is $60 for the century ride and $50 for the other tours. Proceeds benefit the Montrose Memorial Hospital and the San Juan Cancer
                Center. Food/aid stations and a post-ride meal will be available to all participants. </p>
		Cycle Pathology &nbsp;&#9737;&nbsp; 100 Redstone Drive &nbsp;&#9737;&nbsp; 
		Grand Junction, CO 81501 &nbsp;&#9737;&nbsp; (970) 555 - 8944



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