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New Entrance/Exit to The Hydrocut

Posted June 17, 2015 by Hydrocut Admin

Trail Committee member Ron Head led a project to replace the loose, off-camber trail around the hydro tower near the Glasgow entrance.  This trail (Kaitlyn’s Switchback) now has a nice banked turn that flows much better.  In addition, the eroded exit climb on the Rockin’ Ronnie trail has been changed to make the climb better and […]

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Centurion Pre-Ride June 27th

Posted June 8, 2015 by WCC Administrator

Are you considering challenging yourself at the 2015 Blue Mountain Centurion in September? The OCA has created a club challenge – the club with the most points wins bragging rights!  That means the more WCC club members out there racing the better.  Click here <link: http://www.centurioncycling.com/teams/> for more information. Come join us, show your club colours […]

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Volunteer at the Kitchener Twilight Grand Prix – June 19th

Posted June 8, 2015 by WCC Administrator

The Waterloo Cycling Club is in partnership with Cycle Waterloo for the Kitchener Twilight Grand Prix and will be handling all volunteer requirements.  Not only is a criterium the best spectator form of cycling, but it’s also the best place to be a volunteer and enjoy the action!  In 2015 the Twilight Grand Prix will […]

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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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Cycling Lane Options Lexington Road

Posted June 1, 2015 by WCC Administrator

The city of Waterloo will be hosting a public session this Wednesday (June 3rd) seeking the public’s feedback on various options for Lexington Road reconstruction between King Street North to Davenport Road. City staff will display alternatives and are seeking comments from the public to help guide the final report for council to vote on. […]

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