Paul and I had discussed trying to get new riders to the Tuesday Night rides. We wanted to create an open invite for those that were unsure if they can handle the ride and if they could keep up(Min Riding Speed of 30kph). Tonight was the first night we opened it up and agreed on the ride format ahead of time. Welcome Andrea and Jason. I think our average for the…Continue
Honorable mention to David Raponi-Monk for helping out the new riders and leading by example and keeping his group together. Thanks David.
Also thanks to Andre and J-Rod for helping out with a group and keeping a steady pace up to Stouffville. I know…Continue
A water bottle flying off and getting stuck in the rear wheel on a decent, wicked hamstring cramps, failed Di2 rear derailleur and a lost BCC vest, yet despite that, all 4 BCC riders finishing in top 15% of age group. The Gran Fondo New York 2014 was one of the best bike rides ever!
Back in October Nils texted me at work: "GFNY, May 2014, interested?"…Continue
Interesting use of Strava data ...
Added by Peter Davison on May 12, 2014 at 1:15pm — No Comments
This was a great weekend. Hope you all had great rides with respective groups. How was your ride?
Another great day for riding. How was your ride?Continue
It was a sunny and warm to start but the forecast called for strong steady winds. That coupled with alot of climbing, a 87.5km course with roughly 1.2km of climbing and a finish line at the top of scenic caves road made me realize…Continue
JRod, Mouckie and I spent the night in London so that we could be relaxed and ready well ahead of the early race start times. Unfortunately, we arrived too late to check anything out which was a shame because it was my first time in London. Hopefully I'll have another chance to check it out in the future! Strangely, the downtown area seemed very quiet when we…Continue
Added by DY on May 6, 2014 at 9:12am — No Comments