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Canada 150 Road and Gravel Rides – July 1st

Posted June 27, 2017 by WCC Administrator

Join us on Canada Day for Canada 150 inspired Road and Gravel Rides!  These rides are official club rides and you must be a member of the WCC to join.     Gravel Ride The Saturday morning Adventure Ride will be leaving at 7:30am from the St Jacobs Outlet Mall with a proposed 150km route. […]

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Steaming Nostril 2016 – Race Report

Posted April 5, 2016 by WCC Administrator

WCC had a great showing this past Sunday at the 2016 edition of the Steaming Nostril put on by Cycle Waterloo. It was a challenging course for both of the distances that featured an epic 1 km section through a farmer’s field. Read the race reports here. WCC RESULTS Runny Nose – 38km (39 Finishers) […]

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Cross is Here!

Posted September 1, 2016 by WCC Administrator

It’s that time of year again. Time for cowbells, hopping barriers, tape-to-tape turns, mud, sand, run-ups and handups. KWCX Thursday Nights This year, we’re continuing KWCX Thursday nights, beginning September 1st, around 5:30 PM at McLennan Park in Kitchener. Though it’s pretty casual, so come whenever you can, though the light (and the legs) fades […]

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Ontario Spring Classics

Posted March 5, 2017 by WCC Administrator

  Ontario’s Spring Classics season is coming up. April is packed with all the gravel and dirt races we could hope for, to get your racing year off to a great start.     April 2nd: Tour Of Pelham This is the second year of the race’s rebirth. Last year featured long gravel trail sections, […]

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CycloCross

Posted August 29, 2013 by WCC Administrator

CycloCross (CX) is the fastest growing segment of the Waterloo Cycling Club. And for good reason. It combines the best of MTB and road cycling into one, fun, exciting new discipline. And in typical WCC fashion, rides span the full spectrum of RIDE and RACE. On one end, CX is about easy fall and winter […]

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