FAST Super Bowl Shenanigans and MTB Ride

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FRIENDS of ARKANSAS SINGLETRACK Group Rides:
Ride starts just after 11AM announcements and ends around 12:30-45 PM.
If you are uncertain about which group to join, please opt for the next lower ride level, if you find you need a greater challenge there is always next week. Keep in mind this is a group ride for all levels of rider enjoyment from experienced to beginner and it’s every rider’s responsibility to create this environment through communication and awareness.
A Group:
“High” paced and challenging group ride, with minimal stops.
These are the faster of our group rides.
Be prepared to push your physical limits & technical skills.
Trail difficulty will be Blue, Black, & Double Black
B Group:
“Above average” paced and somewhat challenging group ride, with regrouping as needed.
Average pace on flat terrain 8-9 mph
Distance can be 10-12 miles
Trail difficulty will be mostly Blue and Black
C Group:
Average paced ride, the ride will regroup often.
Average pace on flat terrain 6-8 mph
Distance can be 8-10 miles
Trail difficulty will mostly be Blue
Par-D-Pace:
Average Pace below 6-8 mph, frequent stops and shenanigans
Distance can be 8-10 miles
Trail difficulty will mostly be Blue
***New Mountain Bikers please make sure to introduce yourself to the Ride Leader & Sweeper***
Every rider within each group is responsible for knowing where the rider behind them is and communicating forward if there are issues during the ride. The slowest rider is the most significant rider of any group.
COMMUNICATION is key! If for any reason, there is an issue and riders need to split up or break off from the group this must be communicated verbally to another group member and then later communicated to the entire group at one of the stops.
Two major rules:
Never leave/split off from a group without telling someone.
Know where the rider is behind you.