Waterloo Cycling Club member Amanda Kleinikkink concluded what can only be called a perfect Ontario Cross Country Mountain Biking season as the old and new provincial champion in the U13 Pewee Woman category after winning her 7th out of 7 races in a row at the Highlands Nordic venue in Duntroon. After Amanda had already […]
Looking for a way to test yourself as the season winds down. We’re planning to ride to Lake Huron (Bayfield or Goderich are possibilities) on Saturday, August 29th. It’s about a 220 to 240 km round-trip and the idea would be to have one or two groups with at least one group riding at the regular Saturday 8 […]
Thanks to Marty Mayr, we’ve got updated counter data (up to mid-June 2015). In peak season at The Hydrocut, we’re seeing up to 400 riders per day, over 1500 per week, and as many as 6000 in a month (May 2015)! For the first 5 months of 2015, we’ve seen an increase of over 2000 trail […]
Check out the new Hydrocut sign right next to our sponsor signs at the Glasgow parking lot. Special thanks to Deuce Design Inc. for creating the graphics and logo for our sign. This same logo can be found on our apparel, which is available through the Friends of the Hydrocut program.
UPDATE: 2015 ride is Saturday August 22! Meet at the WCC Trails Main Parking Lot (Glasgow parking lot) Mark Aug 22 on your calendars for the annual KW Epic Tour mountain bike ride. For anyone not familiar with the Epic Tour, this tour takes riders on a big loop around KW, hitting some of the […]
In a tight race for 2nd place, the Waterloo Cycling Club was able to grab the better outcome in the 5 person mixed category, combined age 150 years and over by beating the Wild Rock Outfitters Inc. team from Peterborough by almost 10 minutes. First place went to the C&D Racing team. All results here […]
Please note that the Snyder’s Road Parking Lot at The Hydrocut will be CLOSED on Wednesday to Friday this week (June 24-26, 2015) for repair. Please park at the Glasgow St. Parking lot during this time.
Desmond Courtney is a cyclist. He’s also in leadership development at Economical Insurance. He wrote a blog about what cycling taught him about leadership and trust. We’ve posted it here with his permission. 3 Things Cycling Taught Me About Leadership I started cycling while I was living in Macau (S.A.R. China), about 6 years ago. […]
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 […]