Whine Like a Man

We’re a cycling group that’s been riding in the Chattanooga area for more than 20 years. Bubba isn’t affiliated with a club team or shop so you’re welcome to ride with Bubba regardless of the jersey you wear so long as it has sleeves. (If it doesn’t, even your family doesn’t want to see you so buy a TT bike and learn to be alone.) Show up Saturday, get heckled about your stupid looking socks or sunglasses, embrace your new nickname, and BeABubba too!

Team Bubba

Saturday 3/16

It won’t be raining Sat but it’ll be cold so we’ll delay takeoff. Roll at 10:00 from Heaven and Ale. Toe, Elder, down Raccoon, Cummings, 299, Murphy Hollow, and Creek Rd back. (Hard to find something we haven’t climbed in the last 2 weeks with the David Meek Ride particularly with a climb early to stay warm but I did the best I could.) 58 miles, 3500 feet, and hopefully back by 1:30.   Those with more time can add a climb up Scenic to Sanders. (Don’t start on me BeelzeBub, I’m headed straight back to the yellow couch at H&A.)

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The nature of the ride - Pace ranges from conversational to brisk. There are always a few re-grouping points during the first half of the ride. This is the ride for the strongest cyclists in the club.

Bubba Elite

Saturday 3/16

Boss didn’t mention it but yes the divorce is official. We’re back to two Saturday rides. Yeh, it will be chilly Saturday morning but to establish our right to the yellow couch at Heaven & Ale we’ll roll from there at 9:30 and do the Elite 3S3M metric “lite.” Over Suck through the valley and back 299. About 55 miles.

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The nature of the ride - Elite rides honor Team Bubba traditions (lots of heckling) but might be a little shorter and definitely includes more stops and regrouping. The Elite ride is a good entry point to Team Bubba for fit cyclists.

Other Rides

Tuesday – TNWC

Welcome back daylight savings time and hello to TNWC. Official roll out times is from the old Bi-Lo on the corner of Dayton Blvd. and Browntown is a follows – Elites at 5:30, TB at 5:45, and No Stops at 6:00. Initial course will be via Card Rd. but as the summer sun lengthens the course will change. Pick your group carefully and let’s be nice on going up and down Mowbry Mtn.

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Sunday Afternoon Ride

This standing year-round ride starts from the Walden Town Hall at 2 PM. It’s 22 miles at a recovery pace that includes several sprint points. For those wanting a little more, climb the front of Signal first.

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Typical Holiday Ride

For all Bubbas and bubba want-ta-bes, this ride moves along at a social pace for 39 miles and includes the full length of Missionary Ridge and loops through Chickamauga Battlefield.

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(During daylight savings time) ride departs promptly at 5:30PM from the Chickamauga Battlefield parking lot. Route varies somewhat every week, but expect 30+ miles on this under 2-hour Fly-lead ride.

Downtown Lunch Ride

This Elite-style ride has a firm roll-time of 11:45 from the downtown YMCA. Based on work schedules, some days you might be by yourself. Ride time is about 90 minutes and sometimes includes a mountain climb.

Ride Smart

Rides are on open roads so obey traffic rules, WEAR A HELMET, and RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK (the dad-burn lawyers mad us say that). Learn to whine about the pace being too fast or slow, the route being too steep or too flat, and the course being too long or too short, and you will BEABubba too.


Be sure to review the release posted on this site.

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