Sunday Sept 23rd 9:00 AM | Women’s Leisurely Paced Ride

This is a new Club ride designed for those of us who don’t want to slow down the riders on the regular Sunday Medium ride.  It is “women-centric”, but a ‘few good men’ are welcome too! For this week, Meg will be leading a 75 km route with a planned average of 27-28 kph. Unfortunately, there won’t be anywhere to buy a snack on this route, so please plan to carry something with you and we’ll have a wee break at the Limehouse Community Centre.

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Medium Ride Sunday July 29, 9:00am

This 76 km Fergus-Elora coffee run should get us home by lunch and before any threat of rain. We’ll be crossing the covered bridge at West Montrose (someone please open a cafe here!). A cool Saturday evening should make for a perfect start as the day warm towards noon. Bring a little money for the cafe in Elora. See you soon.

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Sunday Medium Ride | August 20th, 9:00AM

You’ll be home by lunch with this nice 76 km CCW Fergus, Elora, West Montrose and Maryhill loop with no Middlebrook boneshaker! Bring a little cash and we’ll stop in Elora for coffee and fancy ice cream (if anyone wants one). The weather is looking fantastic! Looking forward to seeing you.

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Sunday Combined Ride – June 25th 2017

The Ride is on. However, we will shorten the route to avoid some rain that is predicted to hit at noon. We will remove the Bellfoutain section and loop through Erin instead. We will keep an eye on the radar on route and make seem real time decisions about possibly adding to the route based on updated weather info.

For those of you not doing the Tour de Guelph here is an alternative ride.  The actual distance back to our stoping point in Arkel is 97km.  We have the option to shorten or lengthen the route depending on what people want to do before or once we are out on the road.  No one will be asked to do a longer ride than they would wish to do.  Food stop in Bellfountain.

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