"Team CycleFit is a bicycle club for beginners, families, and casual riders. ALL types of bikes are welcome! No one is left behind or dropped. Spandex is optional. Basic bicycle maintenance and first aid is provided on each ride, so if something were to happen, help is not too far away. We try to ride on bike paths to avoid tangling with cars, especially when we have a lot of kids with us. Come join a group that loves to ride for the social aspect and exercise--we're not trying to be racers or take ourselves or our bikes too seriously."- Dr. Ernie Medina
E-mail: TeamCycleFit@gmail.com Contact cell/text: 909-747-5935
Subscribe to group e-mail list(send blank e-mail to): email@example.com
Facebook Group: Team CycleFit Support store: Cyclery USA (http://cycleryusa.com/)
Schedule of rides: 2nd Sun. of month - 4th Sun. of month - Due to certain holidays that fall on a Sunday, this schedule may change. Check out http://teamcyclefit.blogspot.com/ for ride schedule.
Usual ride meetup (unless otherwise noted): BEHIND Souplantation, 228 W Hospitality Ln # H, San Bernardino, CA 92408, in the back parking lot of the Hall of Records.
We ride on: Santa Ana River Trail (Zone 21); http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1530339
Off-road/Dirt road Mountain Biking (new!)
Join Roxy (my dog) and I on our frequent mountain bike rides, here in Loma Linda! Learn tips on how to ride in the dirt if you're a newbie.
Where: Hulda Crooks Park (exit Mountain View off I-10, head South (away from mtns) and drive right into park.
Type of ride: The 2.3 mile ride is 99% fire roads, rolling flats to one long uphill, then a blast downhill to the parking lot.
Updates: If you want to confirm a ride is happening, feel free to call or text me around 6:00 PM to my cell (909-747-5935). I'll also send out a tweet, so follow @TeamCycleFit on Twitter.
After earning a BS in Health Science from Andrews University in 1989, Ernie Medina, Jr., earned a Masters in Public Health (Health Promotion) and a Doctorate in Public Health (Preventive Care) from Loma Linda University in 1993. Since then, he’s been specializing in lifestyle medicine (weight loss, stress management, and smoking cessation) at Beaver Medical Group, in Redlands, CA, while maintaining a clinical professor position at LLUSPH.
He’s been nicknamed the “Physical Activity Evangelist” for his passionate promotion of various physical activity events in the IE for over 20 years. He’s always on the lookout for unique forms of physical activity, which includes digital health interventions such as “exergaming” (aka “active videogame play”) and mobile health game apps, and posts his findings on one of his blogs, PhysicalActivityEvangelist.
He, along with his wife, Keri (LLUSN assoc. prof.), 14 year-old daughter, Summer, and their two dogs—Roxy and Davy—practice what they preach on a daily basis and can daily be seen walking, jogging, or cycling around the Inland Empire.