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Learn to Group Ride – Week 1: Wed May 4th

Posted May 2, 2016 by WCC Administrator

The six week Learn to Group Ride program starts this Wednesday May 4, 6:30pm at RIM Park in the back parking lot.  Look for the Waterloo Cycling Club tent! You must be a member to ride or arrive early and fill out an OCA Try-A-Ride form.

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Cycle for Angels – May 29

Posted April 24, 2016 by WCC Administrator

4th Annual Cycle for Angels – Sunday, May 29th, 2016 If you care about safe cycling in KW, come out to the fourth 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 […]

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Adopt A Road Fall Clean Up

Posted October 13, 2015 by WCC Administrator

Hey WCC members, it is time for our fall adopt-a-road clean-up. WCC, in partnership with Wellesley Township, has ‘adopted’ a 5 kilometre stretch of Hessen Strasse rd (a.k.a part of the return portion of our Tuesday night loop). WCC is committing to two annual roadside cleanups of Hessen Strasse Rd , from Moser-Young to Kressler each year. The […]

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3 Things Cycling Taught Me About Leadership

Posted June 18, 2015 by francqlife

Desmond Courtney is a cyclist.  He’s also in leadership development at Economical Insurance.  He wrote a blog about what cycling taught him about leadership and trust.  We’ve posted it here with his permission. 3 Things Cycling Taught Me About Leadership I started cycling while I was living in Macau (S.A.R. China), about 6 years ago.  […]

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Adopt-a-Road Success!

Posted June 1, 2015 by Hydrocut Admin

It takes a community to build a lasting legacy. Last fall WCC Member Carolyn Smith embraced the essence of our “LEAD In Your Community” mission. She contacted me to ask if the Club could Adopt-A-Road next year….to give back to the community and to leave a lasting legacy on one of the most frequently ridden […]

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