Sunday Club Ride – August 5th – Hilly Hundred revisited

Let’s try this again.  The forecast looks okay for Sunday.  If my power holds true I create thunderstorms when I schedule a long hilly ride and this one’s got lots of them – hills that is!  It is a tough one, but let’s give it a try and see some new scenery west of Port Hope.

In Orono there’s a nice restaurant called the Firehall Bistro where we can grab a bite to eat or just re-load drink bottles.

For anyone wanting to do a shorter ride, or if the forecast is not favourable, simply ride only as far west as Osaca.  Turn south on county road 65 and weave your way south to meet up with the route again on the Waterfront Trail. Approx. 60km

Start time: 9:00am
Start location: The arena parking lot on Furnace St in Cobourg
Route map: “Hellacious Hilly 100k” printable route map here, or link to Ride with GPS

Please use the comment section below to get the conversation going about who’s riding, pace, distance, and who’s planning to stop for a quick lunch break etc.

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6 Responses to Sunday Club Ride – August 5th – Hilly Hundred revisited

  1. Jen says:

    Yes please! Looking forward to it!!

  2. Jennifer says:

    Hi! I would be a guest rider on Sunday but I’d like to join the group… typical speeds about 25 km/h avg. I’ll fill out the guest waiver in advance. 🙂

  3. Just so you know, they were resurfacing CR 65 south of Osaca today…chip & tar!!

  4. Debbie Parks says:

    I am planning to set out from Port Hope and head over to Furnace Street and then as we go through Port Hope near the end of the route I’ll just head home. If anyone else is riding from Port Hope and wants to join me, let me know.
    It’s gonna be hot! Know any swimming holes on route Jen P?

  5. Anita Macklin says:

    I’ll be there! Gonna be a hot one, that’s for sure. Randy will not be riding…just little ole me.

  6. James A Keill says:

    I don’t know what has happened to my previous responses but I will be joining for the shorter route.

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