-Randy Lawrence, Ride Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Start Location: Northwest corner of Nordhoff and Etiwanda in Northridge (CSUN Parking Lot B1) Name-a name-b Name-c name-d Name-e name-f
Start Time: 8:00 AM sharp (unless otherwise specified in Remarks below)
Map to Ride Start | Weather Forecast
Date No. & Name Miles & Elevation RL
- Helmets are required on all SFVBC rides
- We encourage riding with a flashing red taillight and a flashing white headlight
- Do not ride with ear buds in both ears
- No electric-assist or motorized bikes
- Minors welcome if accompanied by a parent or guardian
October 9 and October 23 – Compangi Ride – The Compagni Group ride is our twice monthly group ride. More details on our rides page.
October 16 – Mission Street Coffee Cruise – This ride starts a bit later on a Sunday from Valley College.
October 22 – Franklin, I Don’t Give A Dam – Another very popular urban ride. The #4 version is one of our best.
October 29 – Glendora Ridge Romp Via East Fork – Let’s go up to the mountains. This remote ride goes all the way to Baldy Village.
SFVBC Elections-Candidate Statements
Seeking Position Vice President – Rides Member for 4 years
My goals to pursue in this position are scheduling rides, collecting feedback on rides, creating rides and likely riding rides! I am a supporter of the club credo in having a good time out on the roads in a recreational club setting.
Seeking Treasurer position
Mr. Kasim is a member of the SFVBC and is an avid cyclist who loves to serve his community. His charitable activities include serving as Director and Treasurer for Tactical 180, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the compassionate mission of providing our beloved and respected military personnel, veterans, first responders, people with disabilities and their family with a path to achieving a 180 degree change towards a healthier and happier life.
Mr. Kasim is a senior executive with substantial experience in corporate finance, capital markets and corporate strategy. During the course of his career, he has been involved in most areas of finance and accounting.
Mr. Kasim received an MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California where he graduated with honors and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from California State University, Northridge. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California State Society of Certified Public Accountants. He is also a Certified Management Accountant and a member of the Institute of Management Accountants. Mr. Kasim has also served as an Adjunct Professor for the School of Policy, Planning and Development at the University of Southern California.
Mr. Kasim is an avid cyclist and resides in the Los Angeles area with his wife and son.
Seeking Treasurer position
I, Robin Shafer am applying for the position of Club Treasurer. I have ridden with the club for about the last 10 years. I go on many of the 3 and 4 rides. I enjoy riding with the club and would like to help make it function well for everyone involved. In the past several years I have helped with the Christmas Party, set up and provided centerpieces and decorations for the tables. For the last 2 years I have also helped with the Summer Picnic, setting up tables and providing centerpieces, selling raffle tickets and helping with games.
I feel that I am a reliable and responsible person and I have held similar positions in other organizations, such as Faculty Club at the high School I taught at. I handled the dues as part of that club, and as a swim coach ran fund raisers and collected money for team suits and equipment. I also ran a preschool at the high school where I supervised student collecting money for preschool enrolment. I feel confident that with some guidance from the current Treasurer I can do the job. I am currently retired and would have time to participate.
the sfvbc credo
The following list of rules, which have been unofficial for as long as anyone can remember, was made official by board action in September 2015 as the club “credo”. Mostly common sense, the rules are nonetheless critical to members’ safety.
- Obey all traffic laws
- Be courteous and “ride friendly”
- Don’t usurp anyone’s right of way
- Represent our club and the sport of cycling well
- Hold your line
- Ride safely and predictably
- Call and point out road hazards
- Help each other out with flats and mechanicals
- Respect regroup points and break locations
- Let someone know if you intend to deviate from the route
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