How can I view the details of a past ride?

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I was just trying to search for the listing of the ride that I co-led yesterday, but it's nowhere to be found. I can find details of future rides under the "Current Rides" listing, but where have all the past rides gone?

I went to "Submit a Ride" and found this: "To see details of rides already submitted for this month, please click here (the wrods "click here" being almost invisible against the dark blue background). But the link just brought me back to the same page I was on.

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ditto

sometimes i like to refer to a prior listing.

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Previous ride details

On the old ride submission section, leaders submitting rides could bring up details of previously submitted rides. That tab was "view history". It is missing from the new ride submission page. We could see details from previous rides which would help in composing new ride descriptions even if they were different. This tab was very useful . I referred to it often.

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Finding old rides

You can find your old ride listings but only those posted after the new website was created.

On the 'Submit A Ride' page you see a section called 'My Ride Listings'. Todays date (default) is listed and any rides scheduled after this time. Change the date to the day of the ride you are looking for and all rides after that date should appear.

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Thank you!

But that doesn't help me here, because I didn't submit Sunday's ride. Susan Rodetis did, and I was a co-leader. Is there any way I can view the details of a past ride that I didn't submit?

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On the other hand...

...if I want to find out about the 2010 C-SIG graduation ride, the 2010 ENY ride, or the 11/9 club meeting, they're all featured prominently in a slideshow on the home page.

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Surprise! It turns out we have friends in the PIPC police.

Surprise! It turns out we have friends in the PIPC police—and in the road maintenance crew.

Club historians of a revisionist stripe, having in mind certain board sniping during the club election, will marvel in wonder at Hal Eskenazi's writing me to ask me yesterday to repair the NYCC-donor "signage" (or signs) on the bike racks at the PIPC office at the end of River Road. You, too, will marvel since all the major networks have done stories on my never riding past early October and never, ever other than on Saturdays.

Nevertheless, being delighted, if surprised, that Hal would call on me and being dutiful and eager to mend electioneering schisms and heal wounds, I did that very thing today.

NYCCer Erica Jacobs and I arrived at the PIPC parking lot. Hal said bring plastic ties and scissors. I brought the former and substituted a razor blade from my 1958 college art school supplies kit for the scissors. As it turned out, it hadn't aged nearly as much as I have.

I brought too few ties for too many signs. Erica, seeing pain etched in my face, sacrificed her twisty that held her helmet mirror in place to the cause. She, a Ph.D., and I discussed procedure for several hours, or five minutes—I can't remember which. We decided she, an attractive woman, just might do better with the cop on duty than I since I think, every workday of their lives, the police have my WANTED poster in front of them. She leaves. She returns. With nothing. I ask what the officer gave her. Answer: Nothing. The officer did better than give her something, a lot better. He called a maintenance man, telling Erica he would come in fifteen minutes. He didn't. He came in four. In a truck. Very equipped. With plastic ties. Scissors. And a wonderful willingness to help. And he did.

Not just in securing our (cheap, flimsy—sorry Bob, if they were your) signs but in moving the two racks back several feet. Why? His idea, his very thoughtful idea: turns out the area where the snow plows dump the snow they haul in trucks is precisely where the racks were. They would be buried. So he, another park worker, and Erica moved the racks back several feet where, the maintenance man assured us, they would be useable during the winter. Oh, you're asking where was I that I didn't lift? Don't be silly. Historians must not insert themselves into history; that alters it.

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