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Ride Planning Worksheet

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/113vK6-n96tt7nAD1J0S50gkmiSX7XE-gBDFisMy7K54/edit#gid=2136905089

Ride Leaser Team

Registered Ride Leaders

 

Ride Leader Meeting minutes

Meeting Minutes
2020 MARCH Notes from RIDE LEADERS 050320
  Note that before November 2019 the Committe ran a management system that combined the functions of Runs Planning and Club management. From 2020 the Ride Leader meetings will take on responsibility for Runs Planning.

 

Ride Attendance Reports

Period Report
2020 JULY to 2020 AUG
attendanceRepor202009t
2020 JUNE to 2020 MAY
http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/rideAttendanceAug.pdf
2019 DECEMBER & 2020 JANUARY http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Dec-Jan.pdf
2019 OCTOBER & NOVEMBER http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2019-Oct-Nov.pdf
2019 SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2019-Sep-Oct-Ride-Attendance.pdf
2019 AUGUST & SEPTEMBER http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2019-Aug-Sep.pdf
2019 JULY & AUGUST http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2019-July-Aug.pdf
2018 JULY http://live.coventryctc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2018-July-Ride-Report.pdf

 

 

Ride Leader Procedures

Ride Leader Toolkit

The Cycling UK Website has a ‘Ride Leader Toolkit’ of useful information to assist and guide  Ride Leaders as to how they can perform their role.

 

 

Ride Leading & Planning Procedures

PRODUCING THE QUARTERLY RIDES LIST

George Riches

To be documented

UPDATING THE ROUTES LIBRARY

Bob Tinley

All the data currently on the system in stored in gpx.coventryctc.org.uk with the file name yyyymmdd.gpx.  The only exception is when we have long ride and short ride gpx files when the files are called yyyymmddL.gpx and yyyymmddS.gpx.

Week by week as the gpx files roll in I upload them to gpx.coventryctc.org.uk, so the record is always up-to-date.  It was easy for me to structure the tables with their current structure because the files are all stored on my PC with the names yyyymmdd stop1-stop2-stop3.gpx where stop2 and stop3 may not be present according to there being 1, 2, or 3 stops on the ride.  I can then produce an import file from a file listing off my PC – an extra edit could split up stop1, 2 and 3 into separate columns if that is required.  This means that the destinations of the gpx files can seen immediately from their file name, otherwise they need to be opened up to check their destinations.