2020 Kit Order Window is Closed

Update, March 1: Thank you to all of the members who placed their club kit orders. We are expecting delivery the first week of April!

Kit ordering for the 2020 season is now open!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Go to https://www.sugoicustomorder.com/speedriver2020
  2. Click “Create Your Account Now” and follow the steps to make an account
  3. Add all and any items you’d like to purchase to your cart
  4. Checkout with your correct billing and shipping information, selecting $15 flat shipping to your address
  5. Hurry up and wait!

The order window runs from February 8th until February 22nd at midnight. Lead times have the kit being delivered to your home the last week of March!

FIT KIT & SIZE GUIDE:
Fit kit will be available at Speed River Bicycle in-store on the following dates/times: February 13th, 14th, and 15th, from 10am until 6pm.
If you can’t make it, or need to double-check your sizing, the Sugoi size guide can be found here: https://custom.sugoi.com/fit-sizing-guide/

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Sunday 09/29 C Ride – 9am

A variation on the classic Fergus-Elora loop – let’s go clockwise! We’ll head to Maryhill first, then to Elora, where we can stop for a coffee if we wish, then off to Fergus and back home. A short gravel section on Jones Baseline, but it’s a beautiful, quiet road that shouldn’t be missed!

Official ride end point will be the trailhead for the Royal Recreational Trail/GORBA trails on Victoria Rd N.

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Final Wednesday Social Ride (A/B & C) – 09/04, 6pm + Try-A-Ride

Well, this is it, ladies and gents. The last Wednesday social ride of the year. We’ll start, as per usual, at the East End Library branch at 6:00pm sharp. Lights are definitely a good option this time of year in the evenings, especially with sunset getting earlier and earlier.

Let’s make the final Wednesday rides of the year as fantastic as the rest have been. Solid communication up and down the line, and smooth, steady rolling.

Please remember the Wednesday group ride pace guidelines: A: 28-30km/h; B: 26-28km/h; C: 24-26km/h

A and B route:

C route:

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Sunday 07/21, 8am – A/B/C options

A combined-ish ride taking us up through Fergus, Elora, West Montrose, Maryhill, and returning to the north end of the city. This will be a combined start for the A/B/C groups (final groupings determined at the library). The A/B group will have a longer option if they wish to continue down to Hespeler and arrive back in Guelph via the South End.

Coffee stop in Elora.

Note: we will be taking a 8km section of the Elora-Cataract rail trail to arrive in Fergus (Because it’s me, and I always love me some gravel). Hard-packed gravel, nothing to worry about, folks. A little Vitamin G never hurt anyone.

C route:

A/B route extension:

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Sunday 07/07 – The Guelph Gravel Ride!

It’s here! It’s finally here! The SRCC Big Guelph Gravel Ride will start and finish at Fixed Gear Brewery (20 Alma Street S). The Brewery will be open at 8:30am if you want to store a change of clothes for the post-ride social.

Ride departure times are as follows:

Leisurely – 9:00 AM with Meg Thorburn 
Medium – 9:30 AM with Rich Lyle 
“Fast” – 9:45 AM with James Fedosov

Bring cash for the food truck at the post-ride social (the brewery takes cash and card).

Please review the emailed instructions, course notes, and other details. And if you haven’t pre-registered yet, the link to do so is HERE.

Please note: the usual Sunday Club rides will not be running, because of this event. Hope to see you out with us, if you’re riding!

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Sunday C – June 2nd, 8am

7am UPDATE: Looks like we might get a light sprinkling right before the ride. Otherwise, everything looks clear. Ride is on!

A rambley route along some familiar roads to the West. We’ll explore Hespeler, swing by Kitchener, and cruise through Breslau, Maryhill, and Ariss before hitting a small section of the Kissing Bridge Trailway rail trail for a nice tailwind push home.
Options for stops in either Hespeler at the 30km mark, or in Maryhill at the 60km mark.

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