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Exciting New Facelift for Frankenstein Trail

Posted  May 17, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

The Frankenstein Trail is finally getting some attention! The annoying and persistent wet spots are being eliminated for good. While at it, we are using the opportunity to make the trail smoother, faster, and always a bit longer. Look for new culverts and burms; some already there and more to come. The burms are much […]

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Amanda’s First O-Cup experience! Congratulations!

Posted  May 15, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Race update: O-Cup #2 Woodnewton To sum up my very first O-cup race was an amazing experience.  Since Uxbridge is so close to home, I got to spend the weekend with my family in Oshawa. Race day was Mother’s Day and I was very happy to find out my mom, dad and brother were all […]

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600 Cyclists strong come together to honour Barrie Conrod

Posted  May 14, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

                      A heartfelt thank you to all members of the community that came together for this event.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Barrie’s family and friends. Please see below, all of the recent local media coverage and photos.  

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Memorial Ride for Barrie Conrod – Sunday May 13th, 3pm

Posted  May 9, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

A group of passionate volunteers met yesterday to iron out some of the details regarding a planned memorial ride for Barrie Conrod.  Please check back regularly over the next couple of days to ensure you’re kept up to date regarding any changes or new information. WHERE AND WHEN: The ride will be held on Sunday […]

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Share the Road – Shifting Gears Bike Summit

Posted  May 4, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Enthusiasm Builds at the 2012 Ontario Bicycle Summit By: Peter Walberg On April 24th and 25th, Ontario’s foremost cycling policy, research, and advocacy organization, the Share the Road Cycling Coalition, hosted its 4th annual Bike Summit. Held in Canada’s largest city, and now permanent home, Toronto, the 2012 Ontario Bike Summit brought together dozens of […]

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Mansfield O-Cup – Aaron sets a course personal best!

Posted  May 3, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Report by Aaron Hamil Race Day! I set my alarm for 7:30 but ended up waking up at 7. I packed down some vector and a bagel and took a little time to chill on the couch before getting all my gear ready. 8:30 rolled around and my wife and I were ready to roll. […]

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Tour of Bronte win…the trend is set!

Posted  April 30, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

On Sunday, Adam picked me up at 10 am for the drive down to Oakville for the Tour of Bronte. Due to low turnout, the race format had been divied up into 3 divisions, beginner (45 km), sport (64 km) and an open, 80 km race. I had aspirations of riding the open race, but […]

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Calabogie – A sprinters dream!

Posted  April 30, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

Team work pays off both on and off the saddle! Quinn Hanam reports on his experience: At 6:00 on Sunday morning I (literally) kicked my friend off the couch he had been sleeping on in the Ottawa apartment we stayed at. He had stayed up late with friends… I had slept. It was an hour […]

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Trail Blockage/Re-routing

Posted  April 18, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

More than a year ago The Region had closed a passage through an eroding gully that was used for shortcutting between sections of the Multi-Use (double-track) Trail. They’ve blocked the passage with big trees and have clearly posted their authority and the  reasons for the closure (the signs are visible on the pictures). However, people  have started making new shortcuts […]

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WCC’s Adam Poll “cleans up” at Paris to Ancaster!

Posted  April 17, 2012  by  WCC Administrator

WCC Race Team member Adam Poll finished 45th out of over 1200 riders and 11th in his age catergory! Congratulations Adam! Here’s the inside scoop into Adam’s Race Day experience: The day started off nice and early with a lot of moisture in the air. I had hopes that it would stay there and not […]

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