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5th Annual Cycle for Angels – Sunday, May 28

Posted May 18, 2017 by WCC Administrator

If you care about safe cycling in KW, come out to the fifth annual Cycle for Angels. Cycle for Angels is a family and kid-friendly 3 km bike ride in Downtown Kitchener to celebrate cycling, promote “sharing the road” and remember those hurt or killed while cycling locally. The event is led by members of […]

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Clothing Update

Posted May 18, 2017 by WCC Administrator

Clothing continues to arrive, unfortunately not in the order that we expected, resulting in orders remaining hard to fill.  We are following up with Sugoi to get updated shipping dates and will continue to do our best to keep members updated.

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WCC Parts, Gear & Bike Swap – Saturday May 27th

Posted May 14, 2017 by WCC Administrator

Reserving a table is FREE! Date: Saturday May 27th Set Up: 12:30pm Sale: 1pm to 3pm Waterloo Recreation Centre – Room 101 The Waterloo Cycling Club is pleased to announce the First Annual “WCC Parts, Gear and Bike Swap”! The event will take place on Saturday May 27th from 1pm-3pm at the Waterloo Recreation Centre, […]

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2017 Spring Adopt-a-Road: Rescheduled to June 3rd

Posted May 14, 2017 by WCC Administrator

  Through the volunteer contributions of the “WCC Community” the Waterloo Cycling Club has officially adopted Hessen Strasse from Kressler Rd to Moser Young! This is now our third year of doing roadside clean ups – one in the Spring and one in the Fall.     Adopt-a-Road signs were put in place late Spring 2016 and […]

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Update on 2017 WCC Clothing – Please read if you ordered clothing

Posted May 8, 2017 by WCC Administrator

          We have a lot of news regarding clothing!  Clothing Availability: The clothing has started to arrive! RS Pro and Evolution: This is our standard kit and we expect to have it all in by May 12th. RS Team, Vests and Jackets: This is our high end kit, the vests and […]

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