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This week’s floater ride is on Thursday morning at 10am, starting at the Hamilton Township Municipal office parking lot. We’ll ride for about 2 hours at a level 3. Please leave a comment to let Randy know you’ll ride so … Continue reading
For Women Only Learn how to clean your bike, clean and lubricate your chain, and change a tire. This is a hands on workshop being conducted by Cycle Transitions. You will get an opportunity to practice some of these skills … Continue reading
We got rained out last week so we’ll try again! Tuesday May 8, Level 4 (37k) Ride leader: Anita Macklin Start time: 6:30pm Sunset: 8:22pm Route map: (37k) It’s all Downhill from Here Printable route map here, or link to it … Continue reading
Last week we were rained out, so we’ll try again for a daytime ride on Wednesday afternoon this week. Meet at Donegan Park and Randy will take the group out for a casual ride, the route and pace will be … Continue reading
Rain! Darn Rain! Again! Ride Cancelled. Due to the really unpleasant weather the Friday Morning will unfortunately need to be cancelled. Stay tuned for next week when Randy will post a weekday ride, the day to be determined still.
Thursday May 3: Level 2 and Level 4: Due to imminent rain, possible thunderstorms and a general state of weather misery out there we are cancelling all rides for this evening. Sorry….things looked so promising these past few days!
Notice: Just to clarify a small inconsistency, all evening rides for May and June will begin at 6:30pm
The days are getting longer! That means there’s actually a little daylight at the start of our evening hikes and that means that cycling season is right around the corner. However, it’s not here yet so in the meantime, we … Continue reading
The following is a Message from CT: Great news! The Town of Cobourg has agreed to lease space in the old Public Works yard (390 King St W) to Cycle Transitions. The building is a 7000 square foot refurbished storage/work … Continue reading
As you know, Cycle Transitions closed its doors last summer and has been looking for a new home since. We’re asking NHCCers to come out and support the proposal being be made to Town Council this Monday. Barry Thrasher, Director … Continue reading