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Ziggy’s Cycle & Sport Demo at the Tour de Waterloo!

Posted  June 21, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Ziggy’s Cycle & Sport is happy to announce they will bringing Trek road bikes to demo at the Tour de Waterloo! There will be Ladies’ Madones 5.2 sizes: 1/47cm, 1/51cm, 1/52cm Madones 6.2 1/54cm, 1/56cm, 1/58cm, 1/60cm (56cm has Di2 ultegra!). Hope to see you Sunday June 24th! Limited time special offer for WCC Flying […]

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Specialized Demo Bikes brought to you by McPhails

Posted  June 21, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Come see us at the Tour De Waterloo and take a look at some of our Specialized test road bikes.  You can even ride one for the race! We will have the following to choose from: Roubaix Expert Tarmac Expert And for the women…we’ve got the Ruby Comp! For further details on sizing and any other […]

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Race Report

Carolyn and Graham’s Race Report – Guelph Triathlon

Posted  June 19, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Guelph Lake Olympic Triathlon 2012 Race Report – Graham Dunn Prelude I was very concerned about the heat this year because a) the run course at Guelph can feel like running through a brush fire, depending on how keen the campers are with their BBQ activities and that there’s very little shade on the course […]

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Race Report

Tri-Gator Race Report by: Ethan Francq

Posted  June 19, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

I’m 12 years old and just raced my third Tri-gator triathlon. I arrived at the race site with my family and got body marked with my number, wave and start time (#912, Wave 44, start time 12:45). Then I set up my bike in the transition area. I racked my bike next to my friend, […]

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Performance Tips

Ladies… this one’s for you!

Posted  June 18, 2012  by  Kelly Ellis

The WCC welcomes the male and female cyclist equally but for all of our similarities men and women are different. We all struggle to find just the right helmet that fits our style, but most guys have probably never had to grapple with how to fit a ponytail through the helmet straps. Clearly, women face […]

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MTB

Trail Day – Saturday June 23rd

Posted  June 15, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

The Hydrocut’s cycling traffic is on a steady increase. This is very obvious from the numbers of cars in the parking lot and confirmed with the data from our trail counters. The one-way trail system is the only reason the trails still don’t feel too crowed. The few remaining two-way sections are on the list to […]

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Exciting Up and Coming Events at Runner’s Choice!

Posted  June 14, 2012  by  JulieDitzend

1. FIT FEST a.k.a Bra Clinic – 8 out of 10 women are wearing the wrong size bra – don’t be one of them! A rep from Moving Comfort (the #1 sports bra brand for runners) will be at Runners’ Choice June 19th 5pm-8pm fitting women into the perfect sports bra for their size, shape […]

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Race Report

Kris’ first O-Cup Race – KW Classic!

Posted  June 11, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

My first O-Cup race I got to the registration around 7:30am, figured I’d be early, maybe even the first one there. I was mistaken. There were team tents everywhere, teams already on trainers warming up. I’ve never been to a real road race before so this was a little intimidating. Made it through registration, put […]

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MTB

New Bridges at the Hydrocut

Posted  June 11, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Enjoy the new bridges that have been installed on the Double Bypass and Bride trails. The work crew spent the Sunday morning on the location. It was quite disappointing to see all the riders that came through riding the very muddy trails. We politely told each cyclist that riding in such conditions wrecks the trails […]

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Trail Counter Vandalism and Information

Posted  June 6, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Our trail traffic counters fell victim to some vandalism. Fortunately the actual counters were spared.

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