SRS will be at the Provincial TT in Chatham this coming Saturday, August 31st, providing support to the WCC race team. Feel free to come warm up on the trainers or get advice on your TT setup. Should be a great event!
After so many fallen trees in this year’s storms, we though that all the trees that could fall already did and that we’d get a break from fallen tree removing for the next little while at least. But the trees keep falling, so it is becoming obvious that this lumberjack business will be an ongoing […]
Just a reminder to everyone that the times have been changed started next week for the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night rides. All rides will begin at 6pm instead of 6:30pm. The Wednesday night novice rides will continue until Sept 25th.
CycloCross (CX) is the fastest growing segment of the Waterloo Cycling Club. And for good reason. It combines the best of MTB and road cycling into one, fun, exciting new discipline. And in typical WCC fashion, rides span the full spectrum of RIDE and RACE. On one end, CX is about easy fall and winter […]
Cyclists of all ages and levels are welcome to join us for a community bike ride on August 28th through Downtown Kitchener, presented by BikeKitchener http://bikekitchener.ca/ and CLIPPED Outdoors http://clippedoutdoors.com/ . CLICK HERE https://www.facebook.com/events/595885720462472/ to join the Facebook Event. · Please meet at 7pm in front of Kitchener City Hall with your bike and helmet. · Following the bike ride, […]
As is to be expected with unpaid work we like to complain a lot about it, but the last night’s project had the hardest and toughest task for one man. Raf, with only little help from Igor, carried three heavy 9′ steel sign posts from the Snyder’s parking all the way to the farthest corner […]
The recently created connection between the Multi-Purpose Trail loop in the Petersburg Forest (The Pines) and the Hydro corridor, is now clearly marked with signs and shown in dashed orange on the Trail Map. This path is in the North-West (upper-left on the map) corner of the Petersburg Forest. Over the weekend we’ve cleared some fallen […]
This exceptionally rainy Summer was hard on the end of the Bride trail. It took two outings and countless wheelbarrow loads of gravel to fill all the mud holes in that area. As the gravel settles over time some touching up might be required, but for now the problem has been eliminated.
We’d like to invite everyone to a great ride and awesome event; the 2nd annual Spin for Limbs ride in support of limb reconstruction at Sick Kids. The event will start at Hidden Valley Park in Burlington at 8am and finish at 2pm. Ride options include 50 and 100 km through the Halton and Hamilton […]