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Currently our rides are posted on Team Pages (www.teampages.com) This is a third party website primarily focused on team sports. To post a ride, you need to log into the site with your username and password. There are a number of tabs at the top of the page. Select “My Teams” and a drop down menu will list GORBA. Select GORBA. That will highlight a list of options under the tab heading. Select “Calendar.” Note that this is separate from “My Calendar.” In the grey header bar named “Events” there is an option in light green (on the right) named, “create a team event.” Click that and select the appropriate options. All ride postings should include the following:
- Time and date of the ride;
- Which trails you intend to ride;
- Meeting location;
- Pace of ride; and
- Any special instructions
A typical ride posting follows:
July 15, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
Novice ride at Guelph Lake. Meet at the bandshell parking lot at Riverside Park. Expect to be out for 1-1/2 hours. Please log in to Team Pages to accept the ride. If no one has accepted by 5:30 p.m., I may leave early.
When your information is complete, click the “Create Event” button at the bottom left. It will take time to process and clicking more than once will create the event more than once.
Accepting Ride Invitations
Rides posted through Team Pages will generate an e-mail invitation to everyone in the club. If you wish to attend a ride, you should log in to Team Pages and “accept” the ride. To do this you would click on the “My Calendar” tab (as opposed to the “Calendar” subheading noted above.) That will generate a calendar page with all posted events shown. Select the event you wish to attend. Find your name under the attendance heading and click the appropriate circle under the column “attending.” Once done, the ride poster will know to expect you. You can also check to see who else has planned to attend. Note there are two pages labeled “Players” and “Coaches.” The coaches are members of the club executive who have a different access for administration reasons.
If you have a change of plans, it is good etiquette to change your status to “Not attending” so others know not to wait for you.
Here is a screen shot of the ‘add new event’ feature in Teampages: