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How Did You Hear About the BCC? Who referred you?
Reasons for Joining the BCC...
Are you a member of another Club, if so, which one(s)
What's your Bike(s)?
cannondale synapse carbon 3 ultegra
What Style of Riding Do You Love?
2019 Season Goals
ride lots
more group/club riding (less solo)

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At 8:13pm on March 28, 2014, Yossi Cadan said…

Ok see you then and I will update the post

At 7:40pm on March 28, 2014, Yossi Cadan said…

Sure, how about 10am?

At 9:04pm on August 28, 2013, Bruce Day said…
Chris , were you successfully in finding a good route riding around Mecellar?
At 9:05pm on August 17, 2013, Bruce Day said…
Try hwy 124 to Hurdville rd to McDougall Rd. this will take you to Parry Sound where you can connect to old hwy 69. Old hwy is quite and has wide shoulders all the way.
This route from my place on Horsehoe was around 50 km.
From 69 go south to Rankin lake rd(8km segment) back to old 69 which will put you at Horseshoe lake, where i cottage. You can continue south on 69 to Footes bay(bottom of lake Joseph then connect with hwy 169 to port carling
From here a really scenic segment is Peninsula rd (county rd 632) up to Minett then to Rosseau.
From Rosseau west on 141 has good shoulders from 6 ft to 6 inches.
Check out Tally ho swords rd which connects hwy 141 to 518.
518 has some long gradual hills heading in and out of Parry sound from Tally ho rd.
There is also a route around lake rosseau. Haven't ridden it yet but heard that it is challenging.
Enjoy the riding the weather is looking good for next week. iif you want to call me my cell is 416-723-9356

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.


Weekend Rides: 


Saturday Morning
Start time is 8:00am early season, 7:00am as days get longer. Route distances vary from 55-120km and several pace groups are available. Saturday morning rides focus on a social vibe.


Sunrise Sundays
Rides will start around sunrise. Rotating routes will focus on distances from 55-160km.  Remote start rides outside the GTA.

Weekly Rides:



Advanced Turbo Tuesdays
For this ride, advanced group riding and bike handling skills are required. You must also be aware of your limitations. Riding speed is 35kph+.


Hillicious Thursdays
Starts at 5:40am. This ride includes Bayview, pottery rd, redway other local hills.



Starts at 5:30AM. Bring your CX or MTB out for a great Don trail ride. Some weeks, we'll head to a local park to practice CX skills.

Informal Rides Click Here

Other Rides:

Race Team

BCC Race Team
Please join if you will be racing in 2018 as part of the BCC Race Team!

Track Cycling

BCC Track Cycling Group

A place where those interested in, or already addicted to, riding the boards can share info.

BCC Youth

BCC Youth Group

An initiative to have weekly skills sessions and rides for young riders.

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


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