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Southern Maryland Century - the Indian Head 100
Labor Day, Monday, September 7, 2015

Ride 17, 32, 46, 60 or 100 miles from the ViIlage Green in the Town of Indian Head (20 miles south of the Washington Beltway). Enjoy riding on shaded roads with little traffic as you pedal to rest stops in Smallwood State Park, on a bluff overlooking the Potomac at Riverside, at Saint Ignatius Church on Chapel Point, and at the entrance the Thomas Stone Historic House.

Your registration fee includes cue sheets and marked routes, rest stops with food and drink, SAG support, and an after-ride picnic. Registration is $30 (online registration closes at midnight on September 3);  Walkup registration on the day of the ride is $50. Optional t-shirt is $15 and must be ordered by August 18.

More information at

OHBTC events are successful because so many members are willing to volunteer. Volunteers who help with jobs before the event or for part of the day are able to ride. Registration fee is waived for those volunteers, and they need not register as a rider.

OHBTC Membership and Event Website

Visit the club's membership and event pages at

OHBTC's Annual Picnic
Saturday, August 22, 2015

OHBTC members and their guests are invited to the club’s annual picnic. New members are especially encouraged to come. Routes of 15, 28, 37, 43 and 48 miles begin and end at Linda Molesworth’s “Fresh Meadows” in Huntingtown in Calvert County. After the ride, enjoy a picnic in the beautiful Fresh Meadow Equestrian Center. The club will provide grilled meat, drinks and paper goods. Please bring a salad, dessert or other food to share. You might also bring a lawn chair. For more information and free registration, go to

Video from 2014 Picnic

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Order an Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club Jersey

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Price: $ 60.00 + $5.00 (Shipping) = $ 65.00 total
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Oxon Hill Bicycle & Trail Club (or OHBTC)

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Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club
P.O. 81
Oxon Hill, MD 20750-0081

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Order Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club arm-warmers and arm-coolers

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Making cue sheets

Using, you can make cue sheets for rides. The RideWithGPS cue sheets have turn symbols and extra words that make the cue sheet more difficult to read than the simple format used for most OHBTC cue sheets.

Ride leaders usually manually cut and paste a RideWithGPS cue sheet to format it into a simpler format. Now, there is a "bookmarklet" that can be used to make a cue sheet in the OHBTC  format if you are viewing a RideWithGPS route.  To install the "bookmarklet," go to and drag the link for the "Cuesheet Maker" to your browse's bookmark bar.

Whenever you are viewing a RideWithGPS route, you can click on "Cuesheet Maker" button on your bookmark bar to create a cue sheet.   For an illustration of the process, see

Subscribe to the ohbike Yahoo e-mail list

The ohbike Yahoo group is for club-related communication between members of OHBTC. Members of the Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club (OHBTC) can join the ohbike Yahoo group by going to and clicking on "Join This Group." Membership in this Yahoo group is open only to members of OHBTC. When you apply to join, please include your name in the "Comments to List Owner."  As a member the ohbike Yahoo group, you can send e-mail to the list at 

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