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Adopt-A-Road – Saturday May 16th

Posted May 12, 2015 by WCC Administrator

WCC, in partnership with Wellesley Township, is excited to announce the ‘adoption’ of 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. The first of these clean ups is […]

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Trail Day – Saturday May 23

Posted May 8, 2015 by Hydrocut Admin

Be part of trail growth and maintenance at The Hydrocut by coming out with the WCC Trails Committee for our first Trail Day of 2015 followed by a BBQ (Provided by King Street Cycles)! Saturday May 23, 2015 8:30 am – 12:30 pm  Please register so we know how many burgers to grill up! The main trail […]

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Third Annual Cycle for Angels – May 31st

Posted May 5, 2015 by WCC Administrator

If you care about safe cycling in KW, come out to the third annual Cycle for Angels. Cycle for Angels is a family and kid-friendly 3 km bike ride in Uptown Waterloo to promote “sharing the road” and to remember those hurt or killed while cycling locally. The event is led by members of Waterloo […]

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FCV 10th Anniversary Party

Posted April 15, 2015 by WCC Administrator

The FCV is holding our 10th anniversary open house on Saturday night May 2nd. The night before the Springbank Road Race. All track cyclists are welcome to come to the Forest City Velodrome at 6:30pm to mingle and say hello. There will be an hour of racing with our current crop of Ontario track racers […]

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Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame

Posted April 5, 2015 by WCC Administrator

The WCC is proud to join forces with the Princess Cinema for screenings for the award-winning documentary Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame. Giuseppi Marinoni is legendary in the Canadian bicycle world, known for the fine steel frames from his shop in Montreal that have borne his name over the past four decades.  More recently, […]

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