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2011 Patuxent River Rural Legacy Ride
Three-hundred and sixty riders enjoyed the 12th annual Patuxent River Rural Legacy Bicycle Ride.
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The Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club is ready for the 12th annual PAruxent River Rural Legacy Bicycle Ride. Follow the "blue fish" marking routes of 26, 35, 49 and 64 miles through Prince George's County's Patuxent River Rural Legacy Area. Edit

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Linda Milesworth and Walt Chalmers are there to direct parking Edit

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Walt shows the way to the parking area Edit

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Big smiles from Sharon and Diana for riders registering the morning of the ride Edit

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Jan waits for the next pre-registered rider Edit

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220 riders registered the morning of the ride. 147 had pre-registered. Edit

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Joni King and Benny Budd were there from the Bike Doctor of Waldorf Edit

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Joni and Benny took care of bike problems Edit

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Ready to go Edit

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OHBTC President Mike Bivens worked all day, helping setup, answering rider questions, being where needed and helping clean up at the end of the day Edit

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M-NCPPC says it is in their planning to pave access road and parking area Edit

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The second rest stop is at Magruders Ferry. Nancy and Blake walked their bikes over the stone parking lot between the rest stop and Magruders Ferry Road Edit

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A few ride, but most walk their bikes between the paved Magruders Road and the waterfron rest stop Edit

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A super volunteer crew at Magruders: Calvin and Celeste Conyers, John Early, Herman Young and Azalia Butler Edit

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John kept the water and Gatorade coolers full Edit

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Riders from Baltimore enjoying the Magruders rest stop. Michele, Ken Philhower, Cindy Wyatt, Bill Blankenship & Mary Ryan. Edit

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George Martin, the Jug Bay rest stop "chief," stirs the Gatorade Edit

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Sam Perry stayed busy cutting bagels and setting out food Edit

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At the Jug Bay Area in the Patuxent River Park, Regina Saizan gets the tables ready for the first riders Edit

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The Jug Bay rest stop is ready for the first rider Edit

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Richard Harrington helped George with the Gatorade and Sam and Regina with the food Edit

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The first rider likes the look of the strawberries. Fresh fruit for the event was donated by Keany Produce. Edit

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The first rider arrives Edit

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Cyclists are now on the road, these on Fenno Road leaving Merkle Edit

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Turning onto Nottingham Road Edit

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Walt points toward parking in the field Edit

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Riders relax before riding Edit

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Supplies, drinks, chips and watermelon are there for the after-ride picnic Edit

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Janell has checked in and is ready to ride Edit

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Monica checks off a pre-registered rider Edit

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Jane Hudnall and her son Jay were a great help throughout the day Edit

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Almost ready to ride Edit

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REgistrsation is ready, thanks to Sharon Chalmers, Diana Brown, Monica Irmler and Jan Tucker Edit

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Smiling for the camera before setting off for 64 miles Edit

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The rsst stop had a scenic view over the Patuxent River and great volunteers serving good food Edit

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A rider looks at the route map Edit

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Celeste made a lot of PB&K sandwiches Edit

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Pat Colvin was the Eagle Harbor rest stop "chief" Edit

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Many thanks to James Green for letting OHBTC use his yard for the rest stop and to Bruce Guinn for letting the portable toilet be located in his front yard Edit

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Debbie Francisco made many tomato sandwiches. Thank you to Jack for bring the tomatoes, mayo and pita bread Edit

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The third rest stop was in the Town of Eagle Harbor, overlooking the Patuxent River Edit

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Jay has a piece of watermelon while he talks with Jack Hammond. Jack took care of the water, Gatorade and ice. Edit

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Phil is ready to finish another Rural Legacy Ride Edit

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Melanie smiles as she approaches Fenno Road for the last of 64 miles Edit

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Wally Huie was responsible for the hot dogs and had good help from Charlie Lorenzetti Edit

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REgina and Mike Saizan at the picnic. Mike was a SAG wagon driver. Sorry we missed getting pictures of the other SAG drivers: Ken Meredith, Michael Butler, Richard Edelman, Walter Carr and Randy Schoch Edit

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Steve dilutes the Gatorade to suit his taste Edit

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Jeanne Ulrich, responsible for route signage, tries one of Wally's hot dogs Edit

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Mike takes a picture of the one taking pictures Edit

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Sharon and Walt with the biking turtle Edit

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Yeah! 64 miles finished! Edit

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Theresa Jackson and Dana Trevas take a break from cutting watermelons. Dana did a great job has volunteer recruiter/coodinator Edit

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Riders Julie and Jeanine have contented smiles after another Rural Legacy Ride Edit

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Smiles for the camera and cool watermelon for thirsty cyclists Edit

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The end of another ride, and a big smile on the face of a hungery cyclist Edit

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Tim and Dee McChesney. Many thanks to Tim and Dee for providing pop-up canopies, chairs, tables and grill. Edit

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3 pm, the event is almost over, and the thunderstorm strikes with thunder, lightning, wind, rain and hail Edit

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The storm eventually ended, the sky cleared, and everyone helped cleanup after another Patuxent River Rural Legacy Ride. Thank you to all riders and volunteers. Edit

 
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