Posted it late afternoon, so not many may have checked, but a group of 7 met at Grinder for 8AM and headed east. Where's the beaver? Laura? Leigh? Lynne? Lana? Joe?…Continue
I lined up on Canada Day for the annual Chin Picnic Crit, racing the M3/S4. Each year the group tends to race this circuit at 38-41km/h and today was not going to be any different. The morning looked like it was going to be hot, but as the race time approached the sky clouded over and a few raindrops could be felt. This held off luckily (nothing like twitchy riders slip sliding away on wet tarmac) and the race was entirely free of the wet stuff and the heat was very manageable. My focus here…Continue
A relatively small group of 15 or so riders gathered at Grinder for an early eastern adventure.
The initial pace was pretty fast (moving speed of 33-34 km/h I'd guess), but steady, and the group seemed to be riding within their limits (e.g., those worried about overexerting themselves made sure they stayed within the pack and didn't try to take turns at the front.
Despite the pace, everyone was together until we approached the…Continue
Margaret Mulligan, owner of JUMPSHOTS.ca was kind enough to offer to shoot our Social Saturday Ride. Everyone and anyone that was a BCC member was there, in Old and New Kits. It was an awesome turn-out and she managed to get some amazing pics! I have only posted a select few, as she took over 500 pictures in a span of 2 hours. Please contact her for Prints if you are interested in purchasing them.
Here is a link to here Blog:…Continue