Great news for those EARLY morning road riders ( less bugs and traffic ). Bruce leaves Bancroft Tent and Trailer ( Hwy 62 S) every Monday and Thursday at 6:30 a.m and rides the Detlor Road loop. If interested you can email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are so many physical benefits of riding a bike but let's not forget the mental health benefits. What an experience to share with others - whether it be with new friends at bike club, your family, friends or "strangers" who just want to just ride with you. This past weekend, the Saturday "Roadies" had two new riders from another bike club join them while "Team B" rode the Chrissy ( Detlor) Loop in memory of a very good friend. Ride your bike - for you physical and menta
Had eight, yes eight riders out for the Tuesday night road ride. Ed White joined the crew and crushed some big hills on his cyclocross. Andrew and Celine pictured pulling big snapper off the road. Yes cyclists care
You just never know what you will find on a bike trail...Bike legend Clive Emery has been known to have seen a "White Goat" during the middle of a solo 24 hour ride...but a Ram's Head? maybe there's a theme here?
Great turnout for a holiday ride. Bugs are on but not an issue when you're biking fast! A definite incentive to keep moving and thankfully no significant mechanicals. Thank you to the adults and volunteers who made this ride happen even on a holiday! More pics to follow.
Trail snacks! Join the Saturday and Tuesday "Road Crew" and you too, can enjoy fresh leeks hot off the trail! Recent rides include the Graphite Road Loop ( with hills!!) and the popular 90 km Loop Road.
What a great day for a ride ( although isn't everyday a great day for a ride?). Meet at Millennium at 6 pm with your helmet, water, maybe bug spray? and the willingness to have fun! Kim won't be there, so if you snap any selfies on the trail please send them to the Broken Spokes email account - on home page - and she will post later.
What a wonderful first night response to Bike Club - the largest ever. Thank you to the parents who are coming out and helping - much appreciated and to our "Bike Club Alumni" - Mikayla, Greg and Mack for helping as well. First night was a great success as some riders did the "Mud Bog", Crooked Bridge and Emerald Forest Trail. Some brand new riders did an awesome job of learning how to brake, change gears and handle that SOFT sand on the tracks. Our "experienced" riders sh