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Southern Maryland Centuries
1. Southern Maryland Centuries  (September 7, 2014)
Each September, the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club has the Southern Maryland Century. Since 2001, the route has been the Indian Head 100.
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Patuxent River Rural Legacy Rides
2. Patuxent River Rural Legacy Rides  (May 18, 2010)
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2001 Southern Maryland May Metric
3. 2001 Southern Maryland May Metric  (May 5, 2001)
135 cyclists, including 22 CAM Teens and their mentors, enjoyed rides of 26,40,or 63 miles. The ride earned over $600 for the CAM Teens of Prince George's County.
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2010 Picnic
4. 2010 Picnic  (August 7, 2010)
What a beautiful day for a bike ride and picnic. About 75 members of the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club enjoyed a morning of cycling and then the club's annual August picnic.
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John and Kevin's Weekend Biking Tour
5. John and Kevin's Weekend Biking Tour  (July 13-15, 2007)
John Early and Kevin Walker biked from the Waterfront Metro Station in Southwest Washington, DC, to Gambrills State Park north of Frederick, MD. After two nights camping and visits to Cunningham Falls and Thurmont, they biked back to DC.
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Cobb Island Metric +
6. Cobb Island Metric +  (August 12, 2006)
Steve said, "We had such a good time on Memorial Day, I thought we should do it again." So, on Saturday, August 12, 2006, Steve led another joint OHBTC and PPTC bicycle ride to Cobb Island.
This 65-70 mile ride starts at Oak Ridge Park in Charles County, Maryland, goes to St. Ignatius Church at Chapel Point, past Pope's Creek to Cobb Island (lunch at a restaurant by the bridge), followed by an optional 5 mile tour of the island, and a return via Mt Victoria Rd and Amish farm country.
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2006 National Bike Summit
7. 2006 National Bike Summit  (March 3, 2006)
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Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Symposia
8. Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Symposia  (February 13, 2006)
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Another December Ride
9. Another December Ride  (December 17, 2005)
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A December Ride
10. A December Ride  (December 10, 2005)
Kevin said his Accokeek to Pisgah Ride would go if the temperature were above freezing at ride start time. He postponed the ride start by an hour, to when the temperature was slightly above 32 degrees. With bright sunshine, very little wind, and good winter gear, we had a very pleasant ride.
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Veterans Day 2005
11. Veterans Day 2005  (November 11, 2005)
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Sam's Ride - Pedaling to Pisgah
12. Sam's Ride - Pedaling to Pisgah  (November 5, 2005)
Sam's first ride as a ride leader was a great success, with seventeen riders enjoying another beautiful autumn day.
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Jack's Gallant Green Ride
13. Jack's Gallant Green Ride  (November 1, 2005)
Jack led his second club ride on the
Gallant Green Loop
. It's a beautiful route, the weather on the first day of November was perfect, and everyone enjoyed a terrific ride.
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Polly's Tour de Canal
14. Polly's Tour de Canal  (October 29, 2005)
Polly was joined by nine other members of OHBTC and several other cycling friends for her 30-mile Tour de Canal ride. She led the ride up the C&O Canal to Great Falls, back down MacArthur Blvd. to the Capital Crescent Trail, up the trail to Bethesda and back, and back to her house for a delicious lunch.
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Bicycling 152 Miles from Atlantic City
15. Bicycling 152 Miles from Atlantic City  (September 22-24, 2005)
Ride Leader John Early with OHBTC Members Kevin Walker and Troy Ammons took the bus from Waldorf to Atlantic City. They rode their bikes on the Atlantic City boardwalk and continued down the Jersey Coast to Cape May, took the ferry across to Lewes, Delaware, and crossed the Delmarva Peninsular to Kent Island.
[...read trip report - only available to members of the OHBIKE Yahoo Group]

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Family Day on the Henson Creek Trail
16. Family Day on the Henson Creek Trail  (September 17, 2005)
OHBTC members Walt and Kevin enjoyed cycling with their families on the Henson Creek Trail.
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Manhattan Meander
17. Manhattan Meander  (August 21-26, 2005)
Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club members John Early, Norm Lisy, Troy Ammons, and Kevin Walker enjoyed a 6-day, 360-mile bicycle trip from Alexandria, VA, to New York City.
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Dad's Day Breakfast Ride
18. Dad's Day Breakfast Ride  (June 19, 2005)
A ride from Bryans Road to Marie's Restaurant in La Plata for breakfast.
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May Rides in 2005
19. May Rides in 2005  (May, 2005)
May is a great month for cycling. This album has photos taken on the May Metric, Wednesday evening Tour de Accokeek rides, and the Tidewater Potomac Heritage Bicycle Ride.
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The Fractured Prune Donut Ride
20. The Fractured Prune Donut Ride  (April 9, 2005)
Cyclists converged on Deale for hand-dipped donuts at the Fractured Prune Donut Shop.
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Cherry Blossom Ride
21. Cherry Blossom Ride  (April 4, 2005)
Three of us from the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club and one guest went from Oxon Hill Farm to DC to see the cherry blossoms.

We were a few days early for the blossoms, but there were plenty of tourists. We enjoyed being four of the tourists.
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National Bike Summit Ride
22. National Bike Summit Ride  (March 18, 2005)

The League of American Bicyclists' 2005 National Bike Summit ended with a bike ride through Washington.
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February Cycling
23. February Cycling  (February, 2005)
Who said that February isn't a good month for cycling?
The Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club had rides every weekend in February.
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2005 Maryland Bike/Ped Symposium
24. 2005 Maryland Bike/Ped Symposium  (February 2, 2005)
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Cyclists Rally for ICC Trail
25. Cyclists Rally for ICC Trail  (January 8, 2005)

Cyclists turned out for a rally to support a bike trail along the entire length of the ICC corridor.
For more info about the ICC Trail, visit WABA's home page at waba.org
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2004 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
26. 2004 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner  (November 20, 2004)

The Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club appreciates the efforts of those members that lead rides and work at special club events. These volunteers were honored at the club's 2004 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at the Mexico Restaurant in Waldorf, MD, on November 20.

Road Captain John Hutson presented ride leader jerseys to new ride leaders and ride leader vests to the other ride leaders. Bill Jones reported on status of the design of the new club jersey and solicited comments on proposed designs. Randy Schoch had several give-away items from Bob McMaster's supply of bike parts.

Special recognition was given to founding member Dorothy Hodges, who is moving in December to Nebraska. The club gave her a watercolor painting of her Oxon Hill home done by club artist Peter Ulrich.
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Veterans Day Tour of the Monuments
27. Veterans Day Tour of the Monuments  (November 11, 2004)
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Bicycling Four Countries in Four Weeks
28. Bicycling Four Countries in Four Weeks  (July 21 - August 18, 2004)
These pictures describe a 4 week trip we made by bicycle and train through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Slovakia. 684 miles of bicycling and three train rides took us from Amsterdam to Heidelberg, Salzburg, and Bratislava.
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WABA 2004 Annual Meeting
29. WABA 2004 Annual Meeting  (April 21, 2004)
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South Capitol Street Bike Path Cleanup
30. South Capitol Street Bike Path Cleanup  (May 8, 2004)
Cyclists from the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and other cyclists who use the bike path between the Anacostia Naval Air Station and the South Capitol Street Bridge cleaned up the path on Saturday, May 8. More than a dozen cyclists worked for over 4 hours cleaning the path in memory of David van Keuren. David was the historian at NRL and an avid bicyclist who rode this path on his daily commute to NRL. David was killed by a hit-and-run motorist on South Capitol Street March 26 as he was cycling to work.
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Bike To Work Day 2004
31. Bike To Work Day 2004  (May 7, 2004)
Cyclists from the Oxon Hill Bicycle Club biked from Oxon Hill Farm to Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC to join over a thousand other cyclists for the 2004 Bike to Work Day Rally. The event is sponsored on the first Friday in May by the Washington Area Bicyclist Assocation (WABA).
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Southern Maryland May Metric 2004
32. Southern Maryland May Metric 2004  (May 1, 2004)
Two-hundred cyclists rode back roads in Prince George's County between Cosca Park and the Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary and enjoyed the rest stop on Molly Berry Road. The climb up Thrift Hill was a challenge, but everyone made it back ok.
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CPABC Spring Ride 2004
33. CPABC Spring Ride 2004  (April 25, 2004)
The College Park Area Bicycle Coalition (CPABC) held the annual MARYLAND 500 Spring Ride on Sunday, April 25, 2004. This was the 16th (or maybe it was the 17th) time that Bill Kelly has led the MARYLAND 500 Spring Bike Tour of College Park. The tour leaves REI on Rhode Island Avenue in College Park and is a casual ride around College Park and the University of Maryland. The tour lets cyclists see bike lanes, trails, and other bike facilities that have resulted from the CPABC working with Town of College Park, U. of MD, SHA, DPWT, M-NCPPC, USDA BARC, IKEA, and many elected officials.
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Leap Day Ride
34. Leap Day Ride  (February 29, 2004)
Ride Leader Mimi Newcastle was joined by Carole Holmes, Jan & Ron Tucker, Richard Harrington, Stan Hayes, John Clark, Lisa Brown, Kevin Colvin, Chris Norton and Bill Petersen on the first truly gorgeous day of the year. Near the end of ride, Jan suffered a puncture, but other than that all went well and a good time was had by all.
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Steve's Patuxent Legacy Ride
35. Steve's Patuxent Legacy Ride  (February 28, 2004)
Steve invited friends from OHBTC and PPTC to join him on his 35 mile Rural Legacy Ride from Gwynn Park High School. We had a wonderful day with blue skies and almost no traffic. All enjoyed the rest stop at the Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary and some of us enjoyed chili, sandwichs, and ice cream at the Brandywine Ice Cream Factory and Cafe after the ride. Best wishes to Steve for a speedy recovery from his surgery this Monday.
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2004 Maryland Bike/Ped Symposium
36. 2004 Maryland Bike/Ped Symposium  (February 4, 2004)
Maryland advocates for bicyclists and pedestrians came to the Lowe House of Delegates Office Building for a day of talking with legislators and each other.
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2003 Maryland Bike/Ped Symposium
37. 2003 Maryland Bike/Ped Symposium  (February 5, 2003)
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Potomac Heritage Trail
38. Potomac Heritage Trail  (December 17, 2003)
Photos along the Potomac Heritage Trail and the Tidewater Potomac Heritage Trail Bicycle Route
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Rural Ride Round the Islands
39. Rural Ride Round the Islands  (December 5-7, 2003)
Six members of the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club were among the approximately 1,000 bicyclists at the Rural Ride Round the Islands in Charleston, SC.
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College Park Fall Bicycle Ride 2003
40. College Park Fall Bicycle Ride 2003  (October 26, 2003)
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Cycle Across Maryland 2003
41. Cycle Across Maryland 2003  (July 19-25, 2003)
Cycle Across Maryland XV began July 19, 2003. Overnight stops were in Leonardtown, Lusby, Annapolis, Ellicott City, and Westminster. For more info on CAM 2003, see www.onelesscar.org/CAM_2003/cam_info.htm.

For info on CAM 2004, see www.onelesscar.org.
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Cycling with the County Executive
42. Cycling with the County Executive  (September 5, 2003)
Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson went on a bike ride with about 40 members of the College Park Bicycle Coalition and local residents, political leaders, and cycling enthusiasts. The group rode nine miles on the trails and streets of Berwyn Heights and College Park. The County Executive said he is committed to promoting bicycling because of its benefits to health and the environment.
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Moonlight Memorial Monument Ride
43. Moonlight Memorial Monument Ride  (September 13, 2003)
More than 80 cyclists took a moonlight ride for 15 miles around the monuments and historic buildings of Washington. The ride was sponsored by the Potomac Area Council of Hostelling International-USA (formerly American Youth Hostels)(www.potomachostels.org)).
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Amsterdam to Paris
44. Amsterdam to Paris  (June 19-29, 2001)
Photos of Jim and Jane's bicycle trip from Amsterdam to Paris.
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2003 Southern Maryland May Metric
45. 2003 Southern Maryland May Metric  (May 3, 2003)
More than 165 cyclists enjoyed the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club's annual Southern Maryland May Metric on Saturday, May 3, 2003.
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CPABC Spring Ride 2003
46. CPABC Spring Ride 2003  (April 27, 2003)
The College Park Area Bicycle Coalition (CPABC) held the annual MARYLAND 500 Spring Ride on Sunday, April 27, 2003. The 2004 MARYLAND 500 Spring Ride will be Sunday, April 25, 2004. The ride is in its 16th or 17th year. The ride leaves REI on Rhode Island Avenue in College Park at 9:00 am for a casual ride around College Park and the University of Maryland. The ride showcases bike lanes, trails, and other bike facilities that have resulted from the efforts of CPABC. The ride has a stop in downtown College Park for refreshments. Its a fun ride for the entire family.
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