Important Updates and Reminders

Club Responsibility

Moving forward the following club rules will be in effect:

  • Groups no larger than 12.
  • Select the appropriate group for their skills and ability.
  • Communication and safety within the group is critical. Everyone needs to know what is happening and needs to assist their fellow rider.
  • A buffer between groups is mandatory at all times.
  • Have fun and remember that when you are on BCC rides you are representing the club so be a good example out there on the road.

New member signup is now closed.

Any new member requests must originate from existing rider referrals for the rest of the season.  

Tag Your Rides on Instagram

If you are an Instagrammer and you tag your ride photos, anything tagged #beachescyclingclub will show up in the photo feed.

Blog Posts

Great Simcoe Ride - July 27

Posted by Mike McInnis on July 27, 2014 at 7:30pm 2 Comments

Scenic coffee break:

Did my first Simcoe ride today and…


Social Saturdays are Great!

Posted by DY on July 26, 2014 at 9:30pm 3 Comments

Such a wide range of riders at the 7AM start... split into 4 groups,…


My first BCC Ride

Posted by Wendy Horrobin on July 26, 2014 at 11:52am 5 Comments

Thanks to the Stouville group this morning for making my first BCC ride a very fun one.


Cross Is Coming...

Posted by Jason Rodrigues on July 24, 2014 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Cross season will be upon us…


blurry scenes from a Tropical Turbo Tuesday

Posted by John G. W. Minnery on July 23, 2014 at 4:30pm 3 Comments

Spent, empty tanked, lead legged and dropped…


Badass Tour de Friends in support of Spin For Limbs

Posted by Simon Kelley on July 21, 2014 at 12:42pm 1 Comment

For three years, Neworld bikes down in Burlington have agreed to give the proceeds of their annual century ride to Spin For Limbs, a charity that i am intimately involved with that raises funds, awareness and networking opportunities for families…


SUNDAY JULY 20TH 2014 - LAKE SIMCOE - ROUND 2/Rapha Women's 100 - Post Ride Report

Posted by Chris Mount on July 20, 2014 at 4:30pm 7 Comments

Hey guys I just want to say what an…


BCC Turbo Tuesday is back after a short intermission!

Posted by Paul McKeever on July 15, 2014 at 10:30pm 4 Comments

Check out our new support car!

A dozen…


BCC Rides

Cycling in the summer can be about casual riding, sprinting, spinning, big-ring hammerfests or what ever your chosen type of riding is. The BCC was founded for the sole purpose to network cyclists. It has grown into a successful club which accommodates Riders at almost all skill/fitness levels. Everyone should be able to participate and have fun at their respective levels.


Weekly Rides:



Saturday Morning Club Ride
Start times are 7AM & 8AM. Distance is 55-100kms. Choose from different ride routes, pace groups, etc. 



Sunday Morning Long Club Ride
This is a longer ride day. Ride typically starts at sunrise. Longer rides tend to have a faster pace with shorter rest breaks.



CX/MTB Madness

Monday is the night of hills, grass, mud, stairs & barriers. Bring your CX bike out for a great workout and some skills sessions. Mountain bikes are welcome!



Advanced Night Ride
You must have good bike handling skills and know your limitations. Riding Speed is 35-40kph. 



Hillicious Thursday Nights
Starts at 6:30pm. Usually a few laps up Brimley hill and then the Tour de Scarborough.


Other Rides:


Race Team

2014 BCC Race Team
Please join if you will be racing in 2014 as part of the BCC Race Team! Team training rides will involve a sustained pace of 32-34 km/h for at least 90 minutes.



Unofficial Non Club Rides
Insurance Coverage only covers Regular Scheduled BCC Rides. Informal Rides are Exempt from the Coverage.



2013/14 Winter Riding
Allowing Members who want to ride in the Winter Season Plan/Post Ride Details.


Interested in finding a new route or refreshing your memory on an old faithful? Check out the Routes page.

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