5
comments
Race Report

Tales From The Tandem With Kari & Adam – P2A

Posted May 1, 2014 by WCC Administrator

I wasn’t sure what to expect as we lined up to start Paris to Ancaster. It was my fifth go at this race and Kari’s second, but this one would be different from past years. With a minute to go until the start Kari clipped and got set to go, as the gun went off […]

Full Story »

2
comments
Race Report

Aidan’s Vermont Race Report

Posted September 4, 2013 by WCC Administrator

Vermont Race and Trip Report Vermont is my family’s favorite place to be, mainly because of the amazing biking, hiking, and skiing. The mountains are endless! Plus the roads are very nice, hilly and seemingly endless. To get to most of the mountain bike trails you have to climb for a pretty decent amount of time. It doesn’t […]

Full Story »

5
comments
Race Report

Aidan’s National MTB Experience

Posted July 26, 2013 by WCC Administrator

What a long and fun day this was!  Another early morning  to make the trek up to Hardwood Hills to race the Nationals.  My parents got me up at 4:30am. This was my first time ever competing at the Nationals so I wasn’t too sure what to expect.  Plus, this was only my second Cadet […]

Full Story »

1
comments
Race Report

Roger’s Tour de Waterloo Race Report

Posted June 26, 2013 by WCC Administrator

This past Sunday, the 2013 Tour de Waterloo blazed a huge trail for Para-Cycling in Ontario. Never before has Para-Cycling been recognized as a cycling category in an OCA sanctioned event.  But, with a few adaptions and logistical considerations, Cycle Waterloo and the Waterloo Cycling Club have exemplified what inclusion in our sport looks like. […]

Full Story »

2
comments
MTB

Sir Sam’s – Aaron’s Race Report

Posted June 19, 2013 by WCC Administrator

Sir Sam’s – First MTB race of the year The past weekend was pretty much a blur for me. Lots of time spent in a car for a very short time on the bike. I went up to Sir Sam’s on Friday to pre-ride the course. Normally I would have stayed the weekend for a […]

Full Story »