Sunday 8am – AB 130k

Let’s look at the positive to all this rain, surely the roads will be clear for tomorrow’s ride. A long route has been planned that will take us down toward St George, above Dundas, up through Waterdown and up Cedar Springs home. We will stop in Waterdown and the Copper Kettle for a coffee and a snack.

If anyone wants to shorten this route there is the option to turn off on Safari Road to head home and if anyone is brave enough to make it longer, you can do a hill repeat on Sydenham Road and go down to Dundas. Or head toward Milton and go climb Rattlesnake.

A big thank you to Wilfred for this beautiful route. We rode it last year and loved it. Very scenic. I keep going back to it.

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Sunday A/B 95 km Mother’s Day Loop – 8 AM

In all honesty, it looks like Saturday is the better cycling day this weekend. Although TWN keeps changing every time I check it, it is going to be cold, damp and windy all day Sunday…it is Mother’s Day anyhow so let’s keep the ride a little shorter.

This route is for both the A Group, who will be averaging 33 km/h or more and will have the safety net of the B Group behind them averaging 29 to 31 km/h.

There is no official coffee stop for this loop as it will be quite chilly and stopping only makes it worse as you warm up and then feel more chilled once you start riding again; however, if people really want, there is the option to take a detour to either the Brown Dog in Waterdown at 57 km or the Flying Monkey in Campbellville at 77 km.

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May 12th Sunday Long l 9:00AM

Happy Mothers Day. It looks like we have awesome weather for those that are able to sneak away, we will head east up through Rockwood. Stop for nice coffee break in Belfountain after doing the Forks of the Credit climb. Then return through Erin, make sure to put on sunscreen.

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Sunday Long l September 3rd 9:00am

Ride Cancelled: Storm cells are tracking to pour all over the ride. We will take in a lot of scenic roads as we head through Dundas and Ancaster. We will stop in for a bite to eat in Waterdown after tackling Sydenham Hill. The weather looks like it should be perfect for a long day in the saddle.

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Sunday July 23rd Long Ride l 9 am

The weather doesn’t look to promising currently the call will be made by 8am Sunday morning. For the route we will head out past Guelph lake then head east on 22nd and come into Belfountain on the hilly side just in time for a coffee break. On the way back we will take 10th line to the edge of Georgetown and back out on 8th which should add some climbing in to the route. We approach Guelph through Eden mills and along Arkell.

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