This fast, flat dash to Puslinch Lake and back with a rare descent down the Col will be pushing 80kms and sunset is 8:40 pm. So bring lights for the ride home. Will need to shorten these things soon. A brisk 40 km/h average should get us home on time. No problem.
Something a little different this week. We did it last year, one of Bayden’s concoctions dubbed Megaloops, two of them about 21kms each. We may split into two groups and have one chase the other while it tries to elude capture. It’s fun, you’ll see, unless you were there last year then you already know.
This route will accommodate riders wanting a medium length ride. Both rides will head out together. We can discuss a shorter route on departure. The long ride will head to the Brown Dog Cafe in St. George. Study the map for many bailout options available if you ride west to east and pick up the return leg.
Here’s a longer, challenging route heading south then west. We’ll keep an eye on the weather. A couple of our club members are heading to Rio for the Olympics in August! Andrew Yorke and Jason Wilson will represent Canada and Barbados respectively in the triathlon. It’s our pleasure and honour to help these athletes prepare for their life dreams and we’re glad they’ve chosen to train with us.