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Latest News / Re: 3RVS TIME TRIAL - Results
« on: May 30, 2014, 12:05:54 PM »
May 29 TT results Time, Speed, improvement from last race

1 Gregg Ness 21:57.0 27.0 0.3 mph
2 Evan Zehr 22:11.0 26.7
3 Paul Mowrey 22:58.0 25.8 1.3 mph
4 Dodd Kattman 23:31.0 25.2
5 Matt Misner 23:39.0 25.0 1.8 mph
6 Bill Lambert 24:23.0 24.3
7 Denny Zech 24:26.0 24.2 0.2 mph
8 Dan Painter 25:27.0 23.3 -3.8 mph
9 Don Cahill 26:27.0 22.4 1.9 mph
10 Kathy Boling 27:48.0 21.3 1.2 mph
11 Rex Connelly 28:23.0 20.9
12 Mike Eid 29:04.0 20.4 1.6 mph
13 Adam Warrix 29:10.0 20.3 -0.3 mph

Touring / Rides May31 & June1
« on: May 29, 2014, 12:33:54 PM »
3RVS weekend rides - We have a split weekend May/June which will be 2 different start times.
Saturday May 31 11AM Roanoke Elementary, ROA2 May Madness Route. 14/32/53
Sunday June 1 10AM  Leo HS, LHS4 Welcome Ride to Garrett/Kendallville 25/42/58

Latest News / 3RVS TIME TRIAL & Results
« on: May 27, 2014, 12:22:42 PM »
Thursday, May 29th. St Louis Besanson Church. 15535 Lincoln Hwy East, New Haven, IN 46774. MUST be a 3RVS member to be clocked. Not a member? I will bring an app or go to to print your own.
Please DO NOT PARK AT THE CHURCH. There is a road just west (before) the church by an old brick building, park on that road.
First rider will roll out at 6PM and we will continue to roll out every 30 seconds. Arrive early to warm up and be ready. This is a 10 mile (5)out and (5)back TT. Townley's town limit sign is the turn-around. The road is open to traffic and the cross traffic should stop but you will still need to use caution.

Latest News / Foster Park Ride
« on: June 10, 2013, 12:14:11 AM »
Hello 3RVS Members,

This Tuesday evening (6/11) at 6PM is the City's Trail Ride and 3RVS is a sponsor of it. The ride starts at Foster and heads to Tillman Park before returning. Nine mile round trip.
Meet at the trailhead parking lot at the end of the main park drive near Pavilion #1 near 3900 Old Mill Rd.
PLEASE come to the ride and wear your 3RVS jersey. If you like bring friends.
See you there

Touring / Saturday, April 27 touring ride
« on: April 21, 2013, 12:25:23 AM »
 * Saturday, April 27 touring ride *

This just in......Saturday, April 27 tour will start at WHS-1 and loop to Poe, Decatur, and or Willshire, distance options 21/35/40/55/60. Also, I heard there will be a Bees group at that ride.

Latest News / Saturday, April 27 touring ride
« on: April 21, 2013, 12:23:35 AM »
This just in......Saturday, April 27 tour will start at WHS-1 and loop to Poe, Decatur, and or Willshire, distance options 21/35/40/55/60. Also, I heard there will be a Bees group at that ride.

Latest News / March newsletter
« on: February 28, 2013, 01:53:53 PM »
Hello 3RVS Members,
I recently emailed out the 3RVS March newsletter and had some email addresses returned undeliverable. If you did not receive your March newsletter, please email me and I will get your email address corrected.

Thank you,

Kathy Boling

Latest News / Re: Quickest way to the website with an Android or iPhone
« on: February 05, 2013, 10:31:01 PM »
that is so super slick, indeed!   8)

very nice


Latest News / Press Conference August 28-10AM
« on: August 25, 2012, 01:33:09 PM »
There has been a change in the date and time for this conference, hope you can attend.

from Dennis Donahue

Due to scheduling conflicts, this event has been changed to:

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Mid-block (probably closer to the southeast corner of Calhoun & Wayne) in front of One Summit Square (110 E. Wayne), there will be a press conference that will announce the introduction to City Council the proposed amendments for the provision of bicycles and vehicles on the streets of Fort Wayne.

Feel free to invite any relevant bike groups/advocates to this event.

Please RSVP to me your availability.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

The City will be introducing an update to city bicycle ordinances to include the new infrastructure added to streets.  Also, they have included a 3-foot passing law and a "dooring" provision.  This is the most comprehensive re-working of bicycle rules in Fort Wayne in decades.  There will be a press conference to kick off the introduction to City Council - which will discuss the ordinance in early September.  I have been asked by city officials to invite as many cycling enthusiasts to the press conference as possible. 

Ride on,
Kathy Boling

« on: May 04, 2012, 12:22:06 PM »
Activities include trail rides, Bike to Work Week, art shows & more

Fort Wayne, Ind. - The City of Fort Wayne is teaming up with Bike Fort Wayne to host a full month of activities in honor of National Bike Month

Created by the League of American Bicyclists, National Bike Month is designed to help raise awareness about the benefits of bicycling and the many reasons for engaging in the activity. Nationwide, cyclists ride their bikes to save money or time, to preserve health or the environment, to explore their community or to adopt an alternate means of transportation
The month long celebration includes National Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 9; National Bike to Work Week, from May 14 thru May 18 and National Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 18

On May 1, the City of Fort Wayne also kicked off its 3m annual series of free community bike rides along the 68 miles of the Fort Wayne Trail Network Trek the Trails, which runs from May though September, features a series of 22 Tuesday evening rides, four Saturday rides and a stargazing nighttime bike ride on Oct. 2

On Wednesday, May 16, at 7 PM, there will be World Wide Ride of Silence to honor those killed or injured while cycling. The local observance will begin at Freimann Square and will emphasize the importance motorists sharing the road with cyclists

On Sunday, May 20, at 305 p.m, residents are invited to Bike to the Ballpark to see the TinCaps take on the Bowling Green Hot Rods at Parkview Field Free bike parking is available

For more information and full list of activities, go to or

It's not too late to Join the Fort Wayne Bike Commuter Challenge! Register as an individual or as part of a team and log your miles and trips daily for the month of May. Only trips made for utilitarian purposes will count. The type of rides counted include. bike rides to work, for errands or if you ride your bike to a club ride or bike
event. We aren't counting mileage for fitness-only rides. At the end of the month, the numbers will be tallied and the winning team and individual will have bragging rights in the community It's okay to sign up late. Just make sure that you sign up and start riding! Save money, reduce pollution, ease traffic congestion and get healthy all at the same time, while helping your team or yourself win the Fort Wayne Bike Commuter
Challenge! To register

~ sent out via email by
Amy Hartzog
Greenways Assistant

Re-posted by Kathy Boling

Latest News / Trails Survey
« on: December 11, 2011, 03:45:54 PM »
Below is a survey to let the "powers at be" know your usage of our area trails. Please fill it out and send it in. There are also questions about riding on streets and roads. Of course, they do ask for "other" and you can write in your answer.    It will be available until Jan. 31, 2012.


Latest News / 15 October-HHS
« on: October 14, 2011, 08:53:06 PM »
I plan on being at Homestead for the 10AM ride.
I have a few routes picked out but not locked into anything.
See you out there,

Latest News / Meeting night- Social hour
« on: September 01, 2011, 01:18:25 PM »
Please join us for the 3RVS meeting this Thursday, Sept 1 at The First Wayne Street UM Church, 300 E Wayne, at 7:30
The meeting will start with officers reports, reporting on late breaking news of what is happening in September and October.
After that, the floor is open for the Good of the Order. You can bring ideas of what you would like to see our club do, be involved with and/or just fresh ideas to make life on a bike with even more fun. After that it's social hour. Come to FWSUMC at 7:30 and chat with your fellow cycling buddies, the challenge will be if you can recognize them in street clothes.

September is Century Month and our club is hosting two centuries on Labor Day, with the starting time at 8AM. Both are covering the distance but are set up two different ways.  Huntertown is the starting place for an out and back century with options of 60, 75 or the full 100. The Short Circuit Century starts in Hicksville and is a series of loops where riders will never be more than 10 miles from the sag or start/finish place. You can read more details in your September newsletter. This is a good ride to sport you club jersey.

The Jersey Bins have arrived and I will bring them to the club meeting. This bin is 5 1/2" x 4" and is made of clear 10 gauge plastic. We do have our logo on one side but the other is clear. These little pouches have an awesome feature, you can use touch screen cell phones through the pouch and talk without taking the cell phone out of the pouch. It really works! $5.

I will bring the club apparel to the meeting. Checks or cash accepted.

Club jersey $60
Club vest $60 (limited sizes)
Club Arm Warmers $25 (limited sizes)
Jersey Bins $5 (waterproof pouch)

Club membership $20 ind., $30 family.

Ride on,
Kathy Boling
Three Rivers Velo Sport
Newsletter Editor
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Latest News / Re: Club's Jerseys
« on: August 21, 2011, 02:13:30 PM »
Sorry about not getting back to you Angel but I have think I have worked out a solution.
Since I probably will not be riding for the remainder of the year, I contacted Steve P about taking your jersey to one of the weekend rides. Now, I just need to know which one you will be at and we will get you your jersey.
Sorry for the inconvenience,

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