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The Art of the Ride, the WCC Ride Experience

Posted  April 18, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

Here it is, the WCC Ride Guide protocol for 2014! The “Art Of The Ride” is more difficult to capture in writing, it is practiced by our Ride Leaders and passed down to new members.  It is the WCC Ride Experience

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Riding When the Trails are Wet!

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

Riding in mud creates awful lot of damage, which is especially painful to see now when the trails have just started recovering from the massive amounts of ugly, unpleasant, and erosion prone ruts, left by careless mud-riders in the Early Spring. Too often the mud-riders defensive argument is that they didn’t know it was “too […]

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A Message From Our President

Posted  April 14, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

  April 3, 2014 Open Letter From The President. I recently said, “The Waterloo Cycling Club is the perfect blend of a mountain bike club and a road cycling club.” Over two thirds of WCC members ride MTB’s at the WCC Mountain Bike Trails. The “Hydrocut” is recognized as one of the best MTB Trail […]

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WCC South Carolina Trip – 2015

Posted  April 11, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

The arrival date for the trip will be Saturday March 14th departing on Saturday March 21st. We will be staying at Table Rock State Park in South Carolina. The cabin costs are approximately $850 – $1000. If you’re interested in the trip, please email Julie info@waterloocyclingclub.ca no later than Friday April 18th. More details to follow.

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Another Edition of Raf’s Hydrocut Adventures

Posted  April 9, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

I checked out the proposed trail last night and did a little trail clearing while at it Even though most of the new-to-be trail is covered with snow, ice, water and fallen trees I hiked, climbed, treaded knee deep in the pond and plowed my way through the soft deep snow and even break-danced a […]

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WCC Clothing

Posted  April 2, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

Order your WCC clothing TODAY! All inventory is up to date – start the season in fresh new gear!

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King Street Cycles – Celebrating 10 Years! Congratulations!

Posted  March 31, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

It’s Coming! This Saturday, April 5th is our 10th Anniversary Sale! Spring is here just in time, so be sure to come down and take advantage of some amazing deals! This year we will have 3 “door crashing” feature bikes: Norco Charger 9.2, reg. $1120.00 sale day $879 Norco Indie 3, reg. $699.00 sale day […]

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SRS Race Support at Calabogie

Posted  March 29, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

SRS will be offering accommodations, transportation and race support for the Calabogie Classic Road Race – Road O-Cup #1 being held April 13th:http://www.cyclelogikracing.com/classic.cfm A corner lot house with a waterfront plus 2 two bedroom suites at the Calabogie Highlands Golf Resort have been rented that are located within a few kilometers from the track. House […]

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Kitchener Twilight Grand Prix – Friday June 20th

Posted  March 28, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

The Waterloo Cycling Club is proud to present the first annual Kitchener Twilight Grand Prix presented by Ciclowerks. The race will be held from the late afternoon into the early evening on Friday, June 20th, 2014 in downtown Kitchener on a 1 km, 4 corner criterium course. The event will have 3 races: Beginner, Intermediate (including separate […]

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Raf’s Tales In And Around The Trails

Posted  March 25, 2014  by  WCC Administrator

I rode a part of the Upper Trails last night. *Doubletrack from the Trailhead to Creepy Corner – perfect *Creepy Corner – has crazy icy sections throughout but ride-able. Use extra caution! *Bootleg – pretty decent all the way to the kiosk. *Monkey Boy and Scrambler – not ride-able at all on a standard bike. […]

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