Author Archives: Debbie Parks
It’s the third Wednesday of the month already and that means it’s an All Levels ride! This will be the final All Levels ride of our official 2018 cycling season. However, stay tuned because there will be plenty of other … Continue reading
Allan Dennis, aka The Old Sapper, will lead a ride up Cornish Hollow, Racetrack Road and Community Centre Road. So a bit of this and that. The route can be altered as we feel fits the group and time available. … Continue reading
Mark your calendars! On Thursday, October 25th, 2018 we’ll be having our year-end AGM (Annual General Meeting) & Social. All are welcome – both members and non(potential)-members. We’ll be celebrating a very successful cycling season and of course conduct a little official club business. There will … Continue reading
We have received some feedback to change things up a bit for this month’s social, so let’s do that! This time we will meet at Port Hope Town Hall. As usual, there will be 4 designated pace-setters among the group, … Continue reading
This Sunday we will meet at the Port Hope Town Hall and cycle to Bewdley. A favourite 50km ride of the Freewheelers. This route can be shortened in two spots to either 36km or 48km, or lengthened if you ride … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
RIDE CANCELLATION: due to really unsavoury weather heading our way, ALL NHCC rides are cancelled for tonight.
This weekend we will ride on Saturday and Maria is taking us out of town to explore some new roads! We will start in Campbellford and cycle to Tweed. Then explore a different return route back to Campbellford. This will … Continue reading
Enjoy your rainy Sunday everyone!
Did someone say hills? This one’s got lots of them and it isn’t for the squeamish. The second half is easier though and you’ll get a break as we return on the Waterfront Trail. I overheard talk at the Social … Continue reading