Sunday, August 26th: Get Out of Town Ride

We’re heading out of Northumberland County to explore new frontiers! Join us in Bath Ontario to ride some of the Lennox and Addington routes. There is something for every level, from enjoying the flat bike lane on Loyalist Parkway right beside the water, to a 71km route that also heads up to Napanee then to Hay Bay. There are also 109km and 76km options that we can discuss. This is Route D on the L&A County Trails guide at There won’t be assigned ride leaders but it would be a huge help to know who plans to ride so that a) we know we are supposed to expect you and will watch for you in case you get a little lost or delayed getting there, and b) know that everyone has someone to ride with and knows where they are going.

The Bath Sunday Market will also be in full swing in the park from 9:30 to 2:00. Bath also hosts a grocery store and a couple of restaurants so there are opportunities to refuel.

We’ll meet north of the public washrooms in Bath Centennial Park.

Date: Sunday, August 26th
Start Time: 10:00
Meeting Location: 341 Main Street, Bath (aka #33, Loyalist Parkway) Centennial Park (South), north side of the public washrooms

Maps: Bath-Long Route printable route map, Link to long route on Ride with GPS
Bath- Medium Length Route printable route mapLink to medium route on Ride with GPS
Let us know if you hope to join us and what level you are planning to ride.


  1. I will be riding either the 109 or 76km route depending on what everyone else wants to do. Did we mention that there are a couple of breweries near the route?

  2. If you are riding on the Parkway or anywhere near the St. Lawrence, remember to turn your phone’s roaming feature off. I drove along there two weeks ago and was dinged for $23 for US Roaming by Telus…not happy about it!!

  3. Hope to ride, I’m a newbie to the club and area, not sure what your speeds will be. Also wondering if parking is available at the start? Thank you, Sharye

    • Hi Sharye, welcome to the club! There is parking throughout the village and most likely in the park but I can’t guarantee exactly where so best to arrive early. Because there are different options available all levels can find a ride so speed will depend on the group. By the responses so far I am guessing there will be level 3 and 4 speeds so averaging in the low to higher 20’s kmp

  4. We’ll make the call at 8:00 a.m. in case of inclement weather.
    I’ll have tickets for the AGM if anyone wants to get their’s. Thursday, October 25th at the Best Western. $30 each

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