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Blog: SAP Month of Service gets an early start in Waterloo with The Hydrocut trail day

Posted October 7, 2016 by WCC Administrator

SAP’s vision is to help the world run better and improve people’s lives.  This is demonstrated in many ways throughout the year.  However, come October this vision is acted upon very directly.  SAP employees are given paid time to go into their communities and work on projects that they are passionate about.  The Month of […]

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Perspectives of a Volunteer: Carolyn Smith – Adopt-a-Road

Posted October 2, 2016 by WCC Administrator

My name is Carolyn Smith and I’ve been riding with WCC since 2011.  I’ve been a member of the race team for the past three years, and I race road, MTB, and CX throughout the province. I have a geography and environmental education background.  Being an environmentally conscious citizen is part of my reason for […]

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Message from the President: Ride with Purpose

Posted August 24, 2016 by WCC Administrator

              “RIDE WITH PURPOSE.”   This is our theme for 2016. To ride for someone.  To ride for a cause.  And to support those who do. Not long ago, the Waterloo Cycling Club raised as much as $10,000 annually through a year-end “BIG charity RIDE” in support of Anselma House […]

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Ryan Aitcheson Joining “The Big Ride” and Raffling a Signed Jersey

Posted August 17, 2016 by WCC Administrator

The Waterloo Cycling Club is proud to announce that Ryan Aitcheson will be joining us for the The Big Ride on Sept 10th! As many of you know Ryan is a professional racer from Waterloo that in his junior days rode with the Waterloo Cycling Club.  Ryan rides with the Astellas Professional Cycling Team and […]

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Perspectives of a LTGR Volunteer – Martin Wolniczek

Posted July 14, 2016 by WCC Administrator

Jason asked me recently to contribute to the WCC’s “Perspective of a Volunteer” series and in reading Kevin Scheerer’s recent post I was inspired to follow suit. With a little history: My first several outings on a bicycle (without training wheels) weren’t all that successful with my father chasing after my five year old self, […]

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