Author Archives: Debbie Parks
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
Sadly the forecast is not looking good – 60% chance of heavy thunderstorms right around 6:00-7:00 pm. Just to be on the safe side, I am again cancelling the level 1 ride from Port Hope tonight. We will try this … Continue reading
It’s that social time again! We keep having a great turn out so we are again repeating our venue and route. All Levels Rides are a monthly opportunity for all NHCC members to ride together, with the option to try … Continue reading
The Ganaraska Freewheelers are hosting a joint ride with the NHCC on Sunday, July 15th starting at the Cobourg Community Centre at 10:00 am. There are choices to shorten the route to either 25km or 48km, by choosing interconnecting roads … Continue reading
The Ganaraska Freewheelers are extending an invitation to join them for a weekend tour to Ottawa, August 10 to 12, 2018. They have put together a wonderful 2-day exploration of our National Capital Region on scenic bike paths. You’ll enjoy … Continue reading
Happy Canada Day everyone! We do not have a regularly scheduled Club Ride on a long weekend, since many are often away. However, if anyone would like to ride (either Saturday or Sunday), feel free to comment here and set … Continue reading
The weather forecast is not in our favour for tomorrow. Unfortunately, 80-90% chance of rain for most of the day. We will postpone this ride until sometime in July.
Okay, let’s do it! Our second 100 km club ride of the season and it’s a challenge! We will meet at the arena in Bewdley and cycle around Rice Lake – 106 km and a good mix of hills and … Continue reading