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Region of Waterloo Repeals Two Abreast Bylaw

Posted June 2, 2016 by francqlife

June 1, 2016 WATERLOO REGION — The region has confirmed a vote to allow two-abreast cycling on roads.  “People are responsible for the mode of transportation you’re in,” Coun. Geoff Lorentz said Wednesday night. Councillors voted the same way as they did at the region’s planning and works committee last week when they first gave […]

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: KW Classic O-Cup Road Race – June 5th

Posted May 25, 2016 by WCC Administrator

            For 29 years the KW Classic has been part of Ontario Road Racing Events. After an exciting year in 2015 the KW Classic Road Race will be returning to Hawkesville, Ontario in 2016. The Waterloo Cycling Club is again helping our friends at Cycle Waterloo to staff volunteer spots, […]

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2016 Spring Adopt-a-Road

Posted May 6, 2016 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! We are optimistic that Adopt-a-Road signs featuring the Waterloo Cycling Club will be in place for our spring clean-up.  Until then please enjoy our “artist” rendering to help […]

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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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