Fairbanks Cycle Club News

FCC Anti-social media newsletter: E-bike legislation; Ride or Glide; Noyes Slough bridge; more

*FCC FACEBOOK WEEKLY WRAP-UP* *(An anti-social media compendium for our non-Facebook members)*
*AK HOUSE BILL 8 ON E-BIKES – LOOKING FOR PEOPLE*Alaska House Bill 8, which would legally define what an e-bike is (and is not) and would set basic rules for how electric bikes may be used in the state, will be up for hearing before the House Transportation Committee on Tuesday, Mar 28, at 1pm. The committee is supportive of the bill, so we don’t want to overwhelm them. The Fairbanks Cycle Club supports this bill. We are looking for five people to testify via phone. If you are willing to testify, please send an email to Eric Troyer at fbxtrails@gmail.com.
Here’s a story about the bill. alaskabeacon.com/2023/03/20/new-legislation-could-clear-up-confusion-surrounding-e-bikes-in-alaska/
*RIDE OR GLIDE HAPPENS APRIL 1*The second Ride or Glide happens Saturday, April 1. No fooling’!
The Ride or Glide is a 2 person relay race (no you can’t do it alone). Teams will be composed of either 2 skiers, or 1 skier and 1 fat biker. Each teammate will complete the same flat and fun 9km loop.
To register and find out more go to this page. www.rideorglide.com/
*IS NOYES AURORA BRIDGE REPLACEMENT SUFFICIENT?*Design specifications for the Noyes Slough bridge replacement (on Aurora Drive) call for replacing the existing 3-foot-wide sidewalks with 5-foot-wide sidewalks (with 2-foot-wide shoulders). Should the Fairbanks non-motorized community be advocating for more or is that sufficient? What do you think? dot.alaska.gov/nreg/aurora-bridge/
*RIDE SPOT GIVES BACK PROGRAM*Here’s another way to use cycling for activism.
Shared from PeopleForBikes.org
PeopleForBikes’ Ride Spot Gives Back program is all about elevating marginalized voices. By partnering with community organizations and nonprofits, we help promote awareness for and donate money to incredible causes.
Read more about the program and what’s to come in 2023 by visiting the link! www.peopleforbikes.org/news/how-to-use-ride-spot-to-give-back
*LAB SIGN-ON LETTER FOR FEDERAL E-BIKE INCENTIVE BILL*We recently sent out a post about the federal e-bike act with a sign-on letter from People for Bikes. The League of American Bicyclists also supports the legislation and has their own sign-on letter. Find it here. bikeleague.org/take-action/action-center/vvsrc=%2fCampaigns%2f102889%2fRespond
*RACE RESULTS AVAILABLE*Results for both the Chena River to Ridge and the Tanana River Challenge have been posted.
Tanana River Challenge tananariverchallenge.org/results/2023-results/
Chena River to Ridge www.athlinks.com/event/342530/results/Event/1039868/Results
*FEDERAL E-BIKE BILL REINTRODUCED*True, if it works. This is a good step in the right direction. We also need a more bike- and pedestrian-friendly infrastructure. Fortunately, Fairbanks is working toward that.
“Transitioning to a clean energy economy includes changing the way we get around. That means transit, rail, and electric buses, cars, and bikes. Our bill will make it more affordable for working people to buy an e-bike and help get cars off the road.”
If you support the federal e-bike act, this article has a link for a sign-on letter of support.
*BEST WINTER CITY CYCLING PRACTICES*AMATS (the Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions) will be having a hybrid presentation on “Winter City Cycling Best Practices” in April. While this will be held in Anchorage, it will be available to anyone via the web or phone.
Find out more here: mailchi.mp/3896f57e8e36/winter-city-cycling-best-practices?e=77c30739b1
*GREAT DAY SHINES ON SOS RIDE!*Only two people joined our ride leaders on the FCC Sundays on Snow ride! Hope everyone else got out anyway. If not, here’s what you missed. (Don’t read if you don’t want to be jealous!)
Read the ride report and see the photos here: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/2023/03/glorious-day-greets-sos-ride-for-the-lucky-few/
*NOYES SLOUGH CLOSED INTERMITTENTLY FOR PROJECT*Noyes Slough will be closed intermittently at Aurora Drive from March 27 to April 6 for a bridge demolition (and eventual replacement) project.
An OPEN HOUSE will be held on Wednesday, March 22, from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at Randy Smith Middle School Commons. During this time, project staff will be available to share information on the scope of work and what can be expected for summer commutes.
For more information, call DOT at (907)451-5311, HC Contractors at (541)536-4098 or visit 511.alaska.gov.
You can also find out more here: dot.alaska.gov/nreg/aurora-bridge/
*TOUGH TRIP TO TOLOVANA HOT SPRINGS*When is walking as fast as biking? When the trail to Tolovana Hot Springs is really drifted! But even then, it’s still a great trip! notquiteoverthehillcorrineanderic.blogspot.com/2023/03/tolovana-hot-springs-by-bike.html
*BRAKE EMERGENCY BLEED KIT*If you’ve had problems with hydraulic brakes while on a multi-day trip (or are worried about it), this little kit might be good in your repair kit.
Shared from BIKEPACKING.com
New Zealand-based Neutron Components recently launched a nifty emergency bleed kit system for on-the-go hydraulic brake tune-ups. We got our hands on one ahead of its release to see if it’s worthy of a spot in our repair kit. Find our review of the Neutron Components Emergency Brake Bleed Kit here… bikepacking.com/gear/neutron-components-emergency-brake-bleed-kit-review/
*LEARNING ABOUT LAB*Want to find out what the League for American Bicyclists does for cycling? Check out their newsletter.
Shared from League of American Bicyclists
Sign up for the League’s biweekly e-newsletter to receive the need-to-knows on all our programs and opportunities for you to better #bicycling, from new League Cycling Instructor seminars open for registration to our latest action alerts! Get the next e-news in your inbox ➡️ bit.ly/GetLeagueNews
*STORY ON ITI WINNER*Alaska Public Media has a story on Miron Golfman, who won the Iditarod Trail Invitational this year. Golfman rode with Fairbanksan Tyson Flaharty for quite a while during the first part of the race before Tyson pulled ahead for the win to McGrath. Impressive that he rode with Tyson for so long considering that he was going all the way to Nome! alaskapublic.org/2023/03/17/anchorage-man-wins-2023-iditarod-trail-invitational/
*SNOWSHOES ATTACHED TO A BIKE*This guy attaches snowshoes by strapping them to loaded bags on the cargo mounts using the bindings of the snowshoes. Inventive!
Shared from BIKEPACKING.com Our Reader’s Rig of the week comes from Cody Johnson in Minneapolis, Minnesota, who shares the first-generation Surly Moonlander he’s been riding for more than a decade. You can get to know Cody and his all-terrain, all-season steel tourer and grocery-getter here… bikepacking.com/news/readers-rig-codys-surly-moonlander/
*FCC RESOURCES*We’ve got lots of useful stuff on our website, including a bunch of information on our Resources page and under our Resources dropdown menu: –Bikeways Fairbanks cycling map –Info on Alaska cycling laws –Tanana Valley State Forest Roads –National and International Cycling Advocacy Groups –Winter Riding Tips –Maps Archive
See those and more under Resources at: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/

Fort Knox ore-hauling resolution reconsidered

Advocates for Safe Alaska Highways is calling for people to show support for a Fairbanks Borough Assembly resolution that will be voted on tonight. People can attend the Assembly meeting or contact Assembly members via email or phone. fnsb.gov/415/Stay-Connected-with-the-Assembly
Here’s a link to the resolution that passed at the last meeting. www.fnsb.gov/DocumentCenter/View/11742/Resolution-No-2023-13
Here’s more information from ASAH:
FNSB Assembly resolution to be reconsidered Assemblymember Brett Rotermund filed a Notice of Reconsideration on March 10th for Resolution 2023-13. Therefore, the Resolution is on hold until the next Regular Assembly meeting in accordance with FNSB Code.
Per Code, an Assemblymember who voted with the prevailing side on the question (resolution) may file a notice of reconsideration with the Clerk no later than 5:00pm on the first Borough business day following the day on which the vote was taken.
Public comments will be accepted in person, telephonically or in written form. Much more information on how to do this and various ways to attend the meeting are explained on this page. fnsb.gov/415/Stay-Connected-with-the-Assembly
ASAH is encouraging everyone to attend in a show of support for this resolution. We do not know what amendments or substitute resolutions may be brought forth, but it is critical for the Assembly to see that the public is paying attention.
The next Regular Assembly meeting is
Thursday, March 23, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. in the Borough Assembly Chambers 907 Terminal Street
The Notice of Reconsideration of the Resolution will be under Unfinished Business. More information about the meeting can be found here. fnsb.civicclerk.com/Web/Player.aspx?id=4645&key=-1&mod=-1&mk=-1&nov=0

Glorious Day Greets SOS Ride for the Lucky Few!

Only two people joined our ride leaders on the FCC Sundays on Snow ride! Hope everyone else got out anyway. If not, here’s what you missed. (Don’t read if you don’t want to be jealous!)

Ride Report and Photos from Travis:

Ride leaders Travis and Erica were joined by Craig and Josh at the Muskox Farm parking area. The muskox were hanging out close enough to see.

We cruised over to the hay field and down to Sheep Creek Road. We crossed and tried out a narrowly packed connector trail over to the Ace Lake trail system. Those trails were nicely packed and very fast. We quickly had to de-layer as the temperature rose to the high 30s and the sun came out.

We crossed the powerline and arrived at Henderson road for our biggest climb. A slight breeze helped a little with the sweating and we stopped for snacks at the top of Happy Ridge. The downhill was well-packed and fast. We had to stop and ask a moose to get out of our way before finishing the downhill and cruising down the boat trail.

We crossed back over Sheep Creek road and proceeded to the bottom of Miller hill. Craig left us there to finish his ride and the rest of us went north across Goldstream Creek and then east to Ballaine, all on well groomed/packed trails. We saw lots of other happy people on this sunny section.

We did a nice loop on the east side of Ballaine before returning along the south side of the valley to Miller Hill and our final climb to the start. Temperatures reached the low 40s and we all felt lucky to enjoy such a great spring day in Fairbanks.

FCC Anti-social media newsletter:

*FCC FACEBOOK WEEKLY WRAP-UP* *(An anti-social media compendium for our non-Facebook members)*
*SUNDAYS ON SNOW RIDE THIS SUNDAY*We’ve got a Sundays on Snow ride this Sunday. Start at the Musk Ox Farm on Yankovich at 11am. Details here: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/2023/03/fcc-sos-sundays-on-snow-fatbike-ride-march-19/
*FAIRBANKSANS FINISH ITI*Fairbanksans Jay Cable and Jamie Hollingsworth finished the ITI yesterday!
Shared from Iditarod Trail Invitational March 16 Congratulations to Jay Cable, Bill Fleming and Jamie Hollingsworth! The three cyclists crossed under the burled arch in Nome after 18 days, 4 hours and 42 minutes on the Iditarod Trail.
*WM100 STILL NEEDS VOLUNTEERS*The White Mountains 100 is still looking for a few volunteers!
Shared from White Mountains 100
We are just under a month away, and we are looking for volunteers!! We could not do this race without them. Here is a link below of what we are looking for, and if you are interested reach out to the Race Director, Stacy Fisk, wm100@endurancenorth.org wm100.endurancenorth.org/volunteer-positions
*RAKOWER AGAIN OFFERING BIKE CLASSES*Simon Rakower will again be offering his “Bicycle Maintenance and Repair” and “Advanced Bike Hacking” courses this May through UAF’s Summer Sessions and Lifelong Learning. Check them out here (www.uaf.edu/summer/) under Courses > Community Courses under “MAYmester 2023 Courses.” Classes run once a week either Tuesday or Thursday evenings from May 2 to June 1.
*KLUANE CHILKAT BIKE RELAY REGISTRATION OPEN*If you’re interested in participating in the Kluane Chilkat Relay, sign up soon.
>Shared from Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay
Don’t delay….registration opened at 6am on Mar 15 and was half full in 4 hours! Looking forward to seeing a full event again. kcibr.org/
*COMPUTERIZED BIKING LIFESTYLE*It’s amazing what people can do on bikes when they are determined.
Shared from BIKEPACKING.com
Steve Roberts may well have been the original digital nomad. Several decades after his “Computing Across America” tours, we’ve uncovered his offbeat story of living and working from the saddle. You can learn more about Steve and the fascinating computerized bicycles that made his 17,000-mile journey around the United States possible here… bikepacking.com/plog/steve-roberts-computing-across-america/
*BIKING SURVEY OPPORTUNITY*Here’s an opportunity to chime in about how our community is for biking. Survey takes about 10-15 minutes.
Shared from League of American Bicyclists
Tell us what could make your community more friendly for people who bike! Through April 5th, you can fill out our Bicycle Friendly Community Public Input Survey regardless of whether your community is currently under the program’s review www.surveymonkey.com/r/BFC_sp23_public
*WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH CHALLENGE*People for Bikes has a Women’s History Month challenge.
If 500 people join the Challenge, PeopleForBikes will donate $2,000 to Little Bellas. Little Bellas creates opportunities for girls to experience success using mountain biking as the platform and pathway to personal growth, building community, and competency.
*WEIRD WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS*We get some strange wildlife encounters while biking up here. Being chased by moose or chasing bison (as happened to some ITI racers this year). But in other places, other things happen that can seem pretty weird to us!
Cyclists chased by an ostrich. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kotWv4MCxNI
*AN AMERICAN BIKES IN THE NETHERLANDS*An intriguing lead-in to the story. (If you don’t have a subscription, you get to read six free stories from The New Yorker each month.)
–In the bike-friendly Netherlands, cyclists speed down the road without fearing cars. For an American, the prospect is thrilling—and terrifying.–
*ASSEMBLY PASSES RESOLUTION OPPOSED FORT KNOX ORE HAUL PLAN*Advocates for Safe Alaska Highways sent out an email saying that Thursday night the Assembly narrowly passed Resolution 2023-13: A Resolution Opposing the Proposed Transportation Route for Private Industrial Hauling From the Manh Choh Mine to the Fort Knox Mill. “The resolution PASSED 5-4, with Assembly members Cash, Wilson, Haney and Lojewski dissenting.”
You can see the resolution, as introduced, here. www.fnsb.gov/DocumentCenter/View/11742/Resolution-No-2023-13
Also, note that the resolution will come up for reconsideration at the March 23 Assembly meeting. tinyurl.com/bdet9js3
*FCC RESOURCES*We’ve got lots of useful stuff on our website, including a bunch of information on our Resources page and under our Resources dropdown menu: –Bikeways Fairbanks cycling map –Info on Alaska cycling laws –Tanana Valley State Forest Roads –National and International Cycling Advocacy Groups –Winter Riding Tips –Maps Archive
See those and more under Resources at: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/

FCC SOS (Sundays on Snow) Fatbike Ride – March 19

Come join us for an FCC Sundays on Snow fatbike ride! This will be an intermediate speed/skill ride. Come have some fatbike fun!

All riders need to be members of the Fairbanks Cycle Club. One-day memberships are available for $5. (https://www.fairbankscycleclub.org/membership/).

Date/Start time: March 19, 11am

Start place: Musk Ox Farm (Large Animal Research Station) off Yankovich
Google Maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/nvbmQAHcP7Rruzzs8

Estimated tour time/distance: 4 hours and 15-25 miles at depending on conditions.

Route description: Will depend on conditions. Options include going west towards Ester Dome, north towards Ivory Jacks off Goldstream Road, or northwest towards El Dorado Creek Trail.

Estimated skill/fitness level needed: Intermediate skill and fitness level.

Cancelation policy: The ride will be canceled if the Goldstream Creek temperature is 15F below or colder at 9am on the Swingley temp page:

Leader name and contact info: Travis Naibert tnaibert@gmail.com

The FCC Sundays on Snow (SOS) Tours are free, member-led fatbike tours for members of the Fairbanks Cycle Club. They are run periodically throughout the winter and depend on volunteer tour leaders. If you have any suggestions for improving this program or want to lead a ride, send an email to Eric Troyer: fbxtrails@gmail.com

Do It Yourself!
If you like fatbiking and want to create your own adventure, check out some of our suggested rides here:

FCC Anti-social media newsletter: Fatbike demo Sunday, ITI report, more

*FCC FACEBOOK WEEKLY WRAP-UP* *(An anti-social media compendium for our non-Facebook members)*
*FATBIKE DEMO THIS SUNDAY*Beaver Sports is having a fatbike demo ride this Sunday.
Facebook Event Viewable to Anyone on or off Facebook www.facebook.com/events/142343195204958
*ITI REPORT *Former Fairbanksan Matias Saari has a report on the recent Iditarod Trail Invitational, for which Fairbanksan Tyson Flaharty won the bike division for the third time.
*BOLT ACT NEEDS SUPPORT*Advocates are needed to help this bill to encourage long-distance mountain biking.
Shared from International Mountain Bicycling Association
The BOLT Act is back! One of IMBA’s flagship bills has been reintroduced in Congress. The bill will identify at least 10 existing long-distance bike trails and at least 10 opportunities to develop or complete such trails, while better supporting long rides with maps, signage and promotional materials. IMBA EPICS like the Maah Daah Hey in North Dakota and long-distance dreams like the Great Divide Route would get a bolster of support from the bill.
Last Congress, the BOLT Act passed the House floor and moved quickly through Senate committees. We look forward to generating even more momentum to pass this bipartisan bill with support of mountain bikers like you.
Help the BOLT Act go the distance this legislative session by learning more and sending a note of support to your elected officials: www.imba.com/bolt-act
*SPARK GRANTS FOR MORE RIDING*Anyone got any ideas to help spark more riding?
Shared from League of American Bicyclists
Applications for the League’s 2023 Community Spark Grants are OPEN! Have an idea that will get more people moving on bikes in your community like a small-scale pop-up event or educational program? We’re looking to fund the next generation of innovative and creative safe streets projects! Your group could receive up to $1,500 to turn your idea into reality. Learn more about how to apply ➡️ bikeleague.org/content/applications-our-2023-community-spark-grants-are-now-open
*BIKEPACKING WOMEN*Need some inspiration to go adventuring on your bike?
Rad Women of Bikepacking – Part One – Shakers bikepacking.com/plog/rad-women-of-bikepacking-part-1/
*PERMANENT BIKE RUNNING LIGHTS*This article is about pro road cyclists, but the advice is good for any cyclists on the road.
–According to a 2012 study out of Denmark, cyclists with “permanent running lights” on their bikes had a 19 percent lower crash rate than a control group without running lights.–
*E-BIKES A DREAM OR A NIGHTMARE?*Interesting article one of the conundrums of e-bikes. Well, this one is a conundrum for some but not others. How do you feel about e-bikes on local trails?
*FCC RESOURCES*We’ve got lots of useful stuff on our website, including a bunch of information on our Resources page and under our Resources dropdown menu: –Bikeways Fairbanks cycling map –Info on Alaska cycling laws –Tanana Valley State Forest Roads –National and International Cycling Advocacy Groups –Winter Riding Tips –Maps Archive
See those and more under Resources at: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/

Help is Needed by March 10 for Fairbanks-Area Alaska Long Trail Projects

Your help is needed to advocate for several Alaska Long Trail projects, including two Fairbanks-area projects, recently submitted in the state capital budget.
Spearheaded by Alaska Trails, 14 projects for the Alaska Long Trail were submitted to the state budget. Two multi-use motorized Fairbanks-area trail projects are on the list: Isberg 4-season trail and Equinox Marathon Trail (Parks Highway to Fairbanks via Ester Dome). Those were submitted by the Fairbanks Borough Parks and Recreation Department, which is partnering with Alaska Trails.
Alaska Trails is asking that people contact their legislators by March 10. If you support these projects, make sure to let your legislators know.
Find your legislator contact information here: akleg.gov/
For more information, see this post: www.interioralaskatrails.org/2023/03/05/help-is-needed-for-fairbanks-area-alaska-long-trail-projects/

FCC Anti-social media newsletter: Flaharty wins; fatbiking class; opportunities to advocate

*FCC FACEBOOK WEEKLY WRAP-UP* *(An anti-social media compendium for our non-Facebook members)*
*BIKE LANE SIGNING, STRIPING CONCEPT MEETING ON TUESDAY*FAST Planning’s Bike/Ped Advisory Committee (BPAC) is having a special meeting next Tuesday, March 7, 11:30am-1pm, about “Bike Lane Signing and Striping Pilot Project Concept Recommendations.” The meeting is open to the public.
Here’s a notice for more meeting information: notice.alaska.gov/210122
For more information, including a project overview and maps, see this post: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/2023/03/meeting-for-bike-lane-signing-and-striping-project-recommendations/
*INTRO TO FATBIKING CLASS*Class coming up if you are new to fatbiking.
Shared Event SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2023 AT 12 PM – 3 PM Intro to Fatbiking basics Bankstown Bike and Ski Details – Public · Anyone on or off Facebook www.facebook.com/events/732127668526177/?ref=newsfeed
*COMMENTS SOUGHT FOR DENALI NATIONAL PARK TRAIL PROPOSAL*People have until March 30 to comment on a proposal to add about 17 miles of trails in Denali National Park in the area between the Nenana River and the Parks Highway.
One of the trails would be non-motorized multi-use, including bikes, while others would be for foot-traffic only. The proposal has a few alternatives.
Two informational meetings will be held during the public comment period with the same information presented at each meeting:
6 – 7:30pm Thursday, March 9 – In-person meeting at the Murie Science and Learning Center, Denali National Park
6 – 7:30pm Friday, March 10 – Virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams
For more information see this page. www.nps.gov/dena/getinvolved/plan-nenana-river-trails.htm
*REPORT DISPUTES FORT KNOX CLAIM ABOUT PROCESSING FACILITY*If you are following the Fort Knox ore hauling proposal, this is a highly interesting post. Driving those huge trucks along the Richardson, through Fairbanks, and up the Steese would not be necessary if the mine built an ore processing facility at the mine site near Tetlin. Fort Knox has been claiming that would be uneconomical, but investigative blogger Dermot Cole has found evidence that might not be true.
Shared from Advocates for Safe Alaska Highways
🚩 🚩 🚩 🚩 🚩 Are they telling us the whole story? Kinross is telling Alaskans that it is not economical to build an ore processing facility at the high-grade gold deposit near Tetlin, so the Canadian company has no choice but to use the highway system to truck ore to the Fort Knox mine for processing. But a 2018 report from the mining industry disputes these claims. Read Dermot Col’s investigative reporting:
*ESTER VALLEY TRAIL SETTLEMENT EXPLAINED *Here’s a post with an email and a file that explains the amicable settlement on the Ester Valley Trail trial.
*NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT HAS ONLINE OPTIONS*There’s still time to register for the National Bike Summit. Online options.
Shared from League of American Bicyclists
There’s still time to register for #BikeSummit23! With sessions like “Slowing Cars for Traffic Safety” and “Filling Your Toolbox to Build a Traffic Garden”, #BikeSummit23 is your chance to learn what it takes to begin building better #biking for the next generation. Check out the agenda to see what speakers and other exciting topics we have geared up for you ➡️ bikeleague.org/summit
*FLAHARTY WINS ITI*Tyson for the win!
Shared from Iditarod Trail Invitational March 1 Congratulations to the 2023 ITI 350 bike champion Tyson Flaharty from Fairbanks, Alaska! Tyson finished the race in 3 days, 1 hour and 30 minutes, and this is his third win.
(According to track leaders.com, as of Friday morning Fairbanksans Peter Delamere and Tom Moran have also finished, while Jay Cable and Jamie Hollingsworth are closing in on the finish)
*ESTER VALLEY TRAIL CASE CLOSED; TRAILS PLAN REFERRED TO BOARD*Two recent developments have a big impact on local Fairbanks-area trails. The Ester Valley Trail court case was settled and the Fairbanks Borough Assembly referred the Fairbanks Comprehensive Recreational Trails Plan to the borough’s Platting Board. www.interioralaskatrails.org/2023/02/24/ester-valley-trail-trial-ends-boro-trails-plan-amended-sent-to-platting-board/
*FCC RESOURCES*We’ve got lots of useful stuff on our website, including a bunch of information on our Resources page and under our Resources dropdown menu: –Bikeways Fairbanks cycling map –Info on Alaska cycling laws –Tanana Valley State Forest Roads –National and International Cycling Advocacy Groups –Winter Riding Tips –Maps Archive
See those and more under Resources at: www.fairbankscycleclub.org/