"Awesome, good luck Jon! Really wish I could make it, but I have class until 5pm on Fridays so it is unlikely I will be able to meet in time to make a 6:30pm class in Milton during rush hour. Sadly, the times offered are really odd... guess I missed…"
"I'll be finishing up my Track B certification on Monday evening. I'm happy to organize carpooling anytime you want to head up there bro. I'll be a pretty easy guy to talk into a spin on the track. Would be great to…"
I would very much like to try this but I have a few questions to get me started.What is the general cost for time on the track?How involved is getting certified?Are there equipment/bike requirements that we need to meet for access to the track? I am sure I have more questions but if someone can help me with these, that would be great. I have donated money for the track on several occasions so it would be great to experience it on a bike. I have Pan Am tickets but I would rather ride…See More
Hey All,A little gathering late Saturday afternoon to cap off this amazing season. Unlike previous years parties, this will be more like a glorified beer night... Just wanted us to all connect before the winter kicks in, maybe set up winter training schedules etc. and do what we do best: Socialize, drink beer/wine and be merry!Please R.S.V.P. as soon as you know.Cheers,Dan.See More
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.
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.
Rides will start around sunrise. Rotating routes will focus on distances from 100-160km. Once a month, a destination ride will be posted.
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 35-45kph.
Starts at 5:40am. This ride includes Brimley repeats, a Beaches hill loop, and/or other local hills.