*Note: there is a gravel section about 1km long on the northeast section of the route. Here’s a nice ride for HF enthusiasts. Length is moderate so you can save your legs for Wednesday’s first monthly TT of 2016. And everyone should come out for that because it’s fun and well, we offer it. As for saving legs on Tuesday Night Worlds, who are we kidding? A note about that: it’s not really worlds. These are open roads and we need to keep our group tight and to the right. So, until Tuesday, be safe (and keep riding safe).
Something in a northwest direction for Tuesday’s Hammerfest enthusiasts. Note the new start time: 6:30 p.m.. If not, you will be very early. Sunset is 8:25 p.m. so bring lights just in case. We should be back in good time. Please bring your membership card if it’s your first club ride of the season. The intersection at Stone Road and Watson will mark the official end of the ride.
We’ll call this 6th Line Direct. The ride will shoot down to Campbellville, allow for some escapism on the ascent – or escapees – and straight back along 20th, over the berg, and boom, another one in the books. It might rain Tuesday so keep your eyes glued to your TV set. A call will be made by 5:00 p.m.
Weather is looking great for racing and riding all weekend! For the combined ride, we’ll take a circuit that allows options back to town for those desiring a shorter ride. Although it’s not marked on the route, there will be a refuel stop in Fergus. Good luck to those riding the local legendary Paris to Ancaster race.