Monday, June 17th, Level 1 (easy, easy) ride

We’ll hope for the best with the weather and attempt our no-drop ride again this week.   The route will be flat, in town,and a figure 8 configuration so we’ll stop in where we’ve started after the first loop for those who may need to get home earlier.  Please have lights on your bicycle.

Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Cycle Transitions, 739 D’arcy Street, Cobourg (across from the CCC, parking behind the building)
Ride leader:  Maria Garrett

Level 1 Ride, Monday June 10th, 7:00 pm

We’ll be doing our usual level 1 ride format of two loops that leave from and arrive back to the same spot but note that we’ll be meeting at a different location this week.  Don’t forget to put lights on your bike.

Start time:  7:00 pm
Start location:  Cycle Transitions,  739 D’Arcy Street (across from the CCC) in the parking lot behind the building
Difficulty:  Level 1 (easy, easy)   A flat route in town at a relaxed pace with no one getting dropped.
Ride Leader:  Maria Garrett

Community Bike Ride in Warkworth, Sunday , June 9th, 1:00

Our Warkworth Community Bike Ride will be the last for Bike Week 2013.  It will be an easy, family-oriented ride around the village.  Members of the public are invited to join us and just need to sign a waiver.  For those who wish to share our wonderful NHCC spirit but would like a longer ride, we will meet at the Warkworth Arena and Community Centre at 10:00 for an earlier ride in the picturesque countryside.  Bring a snack or lunch for between the rides.

Time (NHCC long ride): 10am
Time (Community Bike Ride): 1pm
Start Location (both rides):  Warkworth Arena and Community Centre
Ride Leader:  David Pollock
Route Map for the 10am ride: Printable route map here or link to Ride with GPS
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Monday Evening Level 1 Ride

We’ll meet in the parking lot behind the Dutch Oven for a 7:00 start so be ready to roll when the town hall clock strikes on the hour!  Since it’s supposed to be cool near the lake tomorrow we’ll forgo an ice cream stop this week and keep moving.  Don’t forget your lights if you have them, and we’ll discuss bike lighting before we set off.