TIN Ride – May 7th 6:30 PM Alternate location again! ALL Members Welcome!

RIDE IS ON! 13 degrees and clear skies!

Ride begins at the Arkell United Church not the Library! We are using an ALTERNATE location for the loop (same one as last week) as they are still doing work on 20/34 as of this afternoon. See map below.

This is a fun evening of riding where ALL club members can participate and work on the elements they desire: fitness, speed, endurance or just another nice night for a ride.

Riders will be organized into appropriate groups of their choosing. Relaxed and Moderate groups will ride in a Social Paceline rotation and more Advanced groups will focus on High Intensity Interval Training. The circuit is comprised of quiet rural roads. There will be up to seven speed groups: everything from a dedicated “Learn to Group Ride” wave, all the way up to Hammerfest.

Note Well: Please employ good hand signals to your fellow riders pointing out any and all road hazards on the route. Also be steady, smooth and predictable through the corners especially the ‘S’ bends on 25th Side Road.

Check out our TIN Ride web page for all the details. From the serious racer to the recreational rider, this is a terrific addition to your week. This ride has something for everyone. You are in for a treat!

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TIN – Tuesday Interval Night Ride, April 30th 6:30 PM – ALL Members Welcome!

Ride begins at the Arkell United Church not the Library!

This is a fun evening of riding where ALL club members can participate and work on the elements they desire: fitness, speed, endurance or just another nice night for a ride.

Riders will be organized into appropriate groups of their choosing. Relaxed and Moderate groups will ride in a Social Paceline rotation and more Advanced groups will focus on High Intensity Interval Training. The circuit is comprised of quiet rural roads. There will be up to seven speed groups: everything from a dedicated “Learn to Group Ride” wave, all the way up to Hammerfest.

Note Well: Please employ good hand signals to your fellow riders pointing out any and all road hazards on the route. Also be steady, smooth and predictable through the corners especially the ‘S’ bends on 25th Side Road.

Check out our TIN Ride web page for all the details. From the serious racer to the recreational rider, this is a terrific addition to your week. This ride has something for everyone. You are in for a treat!

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SRCC Social at the Wooly Thursday April 25th 8:30PM Rain or Shine!

The First Thursday Social of the Season!

For those new to the club, this is a regularly occurring event on the last Thursday of every month of riding season. Come on out and meet your fellow club members. Discuss important issues of the day: cadence, ‘D-i’ shifting, carbon fiber  <fill in the blank>  and beer really is a recovery drink, isn’t it? We can only guarantee that the food and drink will be good! The Woolwich Arms is an SRCC sponsor and if we have enough members they often provide us with team nacho platters. Originally intended to be a ‘ride to’ gathering after the Thursday ride, many now opt for a quick rinse and a change of clothes before heading over. So don’t be shy if you didn’t ride, who’ll know? You’re unidentifiable without your helmet, glasses & bike anyway! In warmer months with later sunsets and longer rides, it’s not uncommon that some show up directly from the ride in their sweaty kit. Our sincerest apologies to the other patrons! Come for the camaraderie, stay for dinner and a pint! Extra club points to anyone  who shows up in an SRCC cap or vest! Hope to see you there!

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TIN – Tuesday Interval Night Ride, April 23rd 6:00 PM – ALL Members Welcome!

RIDE CANCELLED! Sorry Folks, been watching this closely for hours. The rain is done, but the winds are getting nutty. Unofficially, I am sure a few might head out. But wouldn’t you rather stay in tonight and polish your CX bike and maybe take a few pictures of it before you destroy it at P2A this weekend? The leaves haven’t even begun to come out yet. Patience, there is plenty of good riding to come.

Ride begins at the Arkell United Church not the Library!

This is a fun evening of riding where ALL club members can participate and work on the elements they desire: fitness, speed, endurance or just another nice night for a ride.

Riders will be organized into appropriate groups of their choosing. Relaxed and Moderate groups will ride in a Social Paceline rotation and more Advanced groups will focus on High Intensity Interval Training. The circuit is comprised of quiet rural roads. There will be up to seven speed groups: everything from a dedicated “Learn to Group Ride” wave, all the way up to Hammerfest.

Note Well: Please employ good hand signals to your fellow riders pointing out any and all road hazards on the route. Also be steady, smooth and predictable through the corners especially the ‘S’ bends on 25th Side Road.

Check out our TIN Ride web page for all the details. From the serious racer to the recreational rider, this is a terrific addition to your week. This ride has something for everyone. You are in for a treat!


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SRCC Gives input on Guelph’s upcoming Cycling Map

SRCC was represented and gave input on the City of Guelph’s Cycling Facilities Map update process held on April 18th, 2019 at City Hall with the Engineering and Transportation department hosted by Benita van Miltenburg – Sustainable Transportation Coordinator. The process is a first in many steps to laying out a newer and better City of Guelph Cycling Map that will be used by citizens and visitors wishing to cycle safely throughout our city. It will also be referenced for future improvements to the city’s cycling infrastructure. SRCC was one of five community stake holders represented at the round table discussions. One (among many) recommendation was to have the SRCC web address and logo more prominently displayed on the map.

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Wednesday A, B & C Rides April 17, 6:00PM

RIDE IS ON! New for 2019 are Three pace levels for Wednesday, check our new schedule for all the speed averages and descriptions. As usual, we will be starting at the East End Library. Be ready to pedal at 6:00 PM by the entrance doors, but please don’t block them. This time of year we have shorter distances due to the early sunset and a slightly shortened course for the C group – see the two maps below. And as it’s the beginning of the season please take a moment to read up on the Group Ride Guidelines as well as the Safety & Skills page. Are you new here? Then an extra special welcome to you and please be sure to read our New Member page. Bringing lights is always a good idea. Unfortunately, the weather conditions aren’t looking great at this point, (it is still very early) so be sure to check back for a cancellation update posted no later than 5:00 PM.


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