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A New Way to Support the Hydrocut: Coffee!

Posted February 4, 2017 by steveshikaze

The Waterloo Cycling Club Trails Committee is happy to announce a partnership with a local coffee roaster, Contrabean.  Based in Kitchener, Contrabean is a small batch craft coffee roaster.  They import beans from around the world and roast to order. Contrabean has selected a bean from Nicaragua as “The Hydrocut” roast.  It’s available via online […]

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Glasgow Parking lot at The Hydrocut – CLOSED Nov 23-25, 2016

Posted November 23, 2016 by Hydrocut Admin

Please DO NOT PARK at the Glasgow Parking lot from November 23 (today) until 5pm November 25 because it will be closed for renovations. You can park at either the mall and ride over, or at the Snyder’s Road parking lot Thank you!

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Final Trail Day of 2016 – Sat. Nov. 12/16, 8:30 am, Glasgow St. Lot.

Posted November 5, 2016 by Hydrocut Admin

Please sign up for our next Trail and Maintenance Day! Saturday November 12, 2016, 8:30am,  Glasgow St. Parking Lot Please register (link below) Saturday November 12th 2016 at 8:30 AM we will be meeting at the Glasgow parking lot. We are planning on adding an extension onto the Bypass trail and working on fixing up […]

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October 29 Trail Day Recap

Posted November 1, 2016 by WCC Administrator

38 volunteers opened 1000 metres of trail on the October 29th trail day.  For one volunteers take on the day see… http://waterloocyclingclub.ca/forums/topic/the-hydrocut-october-2016-trail-day

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Trail Day at The Hydrocut – Saturday October 29, 2016 8:30am

Posted October 11, 2016 by Hydrocut Admin

The title says it all!  Our next Trail Building and Maintenance Day will be: Saturday October 29, 2016 at 8:30am at the Snyder’s Road parking lot (The Pines: Directions HERE.  Note: Please watch for trains as you’ll be crossing an active rail line.  Please follow the rules on the above link.) The Trails Committee is […]

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