Documents and Forms
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|Mileage Log for manual data entry: 2016 / 2017||104k|
|Mileage Log with automatic summation: 2016 / 2017||XLS||97k|
|2016 Quad County Metric brochure||427k|
|Ride Until Sunset Chart||63k|
|Club Bylaws (approved 2012)||25k|
|Club Bylaws (approved 2010)||25k|
|Club Bylaws (approved 2000)||25k|
|Expense Report||MS Word||21k|
|Group Biking for Fun and Safety (from Blue Ridge BC)||43k|
|How to Ride in a Group||24k|
|How to Ride in a Paceline||24k|
|How to Solve Saddle Sores||28k|
|How to Use the Ride Database||70k|
|How to Verify Your Ride is in the Database||16k|
|Meetup Crib Sheet||332K|
|Meetup Fact Sheet||191K|
|Meetup Mailing List Crib Sheet||428K|
|Meetup Mailing List Migration Fact Sheet||82K|
|Ride Signup Sheet||106k|
|Sample "Chainletter" SCU newsletter||1.1M|
|SCU events on BikeReg.com inc. membership dues||URL||N/A|
|SCU in the Intelligencer 9/9/06||JPG||2.8M|
|SCU riders in the Reporter newspaper, 1 of 2, 8/26/07||JPG||2.2M|
|SCU riders in the Reporter newspaper, 2 of 2, 8/26/07||JPG||2.1M|
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Updated on 1/20/2016 by Jack Elias