Road rides are the biggest rides we organize – with upwards of 80 people at the peak of the season on Tuesday nights. Each of the following weekly road rides is designed with different riders and objectives in mind.

Tuesday Night Training Road Ride

Our most populate ride. Designed to test and increase your fitness through higher speed double pace line riding and climbing around a 17km looped course. Don’t feel too intimidated. There are 5 different levels or groups which ride at different paces and distances. 1 = racer. 5 = novice.

The Bamberg Loop will be used each year until the end of June, after which the format will change to a road ride similar in nature to the Thursday Night Road Ride. Routes will be determined weekly.

Wednesday Night Learn to Group Ride 

For those new to cycling and who want to learn the basics skills of group riding before graduating to the Tuesday night “huff & puff” ride.  Registration is NOT required for this program.

Upon completion of the 6 week Learn to Group Ride program this ride will change to be a recreational ride allowing participants to continue growing their group riding skills, work on fitness or just have a great time riding with friends.

Thursday Night Road Ride

This is an intermediate and advanced road ride that typically goes through Elora or Fergus, with 6-15 riders taking 2-5 minute turns “pulling” the peleton along the 60-80km route.

Monthly Time Trials (Thursdays)

The race of truth. All out suffering against the clock for 14km along the “Merry Hill Speed Way”.

Saturday Morning Destination Ride

This is an intermediate and advanced road ride that will set destinations each week that typically involve a stop for coffee and a pastry.  It is a longer ride, with 6-15 riders taking 2-5 minute turns “pulling” the peleton along a 60-140km route.