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Re: LD and AERC mileage sanction changes
This sounds like an OUTSTANDING solution to me! Although I am not
currently a ride manager, I am seriously considering putting on a ride
in the year 2000.
Maggie Mieske wrote:
> That sounds like a truly intelligent solution!! What do ride managers
> think of this?
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> > Hi All,
> > I thought I posted this a couple weeks
> > ago, but it never showed up so here it
> > is again. Hope it's not duplicated.
> > I understand the AERC's need to sanction
> > all rides at all distances. I also
> > think tracking miles for rides less than
> > 25 miles is not exactly what the AERC is
> > about. I think maybe we need both. I
> > think maybe we need a 3rd definition.
> > 1) LD Rides are defined as rides not
> > less than 25 miles.
> > 2) All rides in conjunction with AERC
> > Endurance rides need to be sanctioned
> > with the AERC and run under AERC rules.
> > 3) Rides less than 25 miles are not
> > classified as "rides" but as "clinics".
> > They are run the same as an AERC ride,
> > but they are defined as "clinics".
> > 4) Non member fees do not apply to
> > "clinics".
> > 5) Mileage, time, and placements are
> > not tracked for "clinics". (who would
> > expect mileage, time or placement for a
> > clinic?)
> > Perhaps something like this can takecare
> > of the problem of "short" LD rides?
> > Just an idea...
> > :) - Kat Myers
> > in No. Cal. with Magnum the TB ex-racer
> > and Mr Maajistic... endurance Arab
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