Present: Tenacious Trish, Peter "always willing to pull" Sutton, Jodie "I'm feeling the Dinner Party", Dave G., Thi "Lets do 95kms guys!", JayC "Are my tires low?", Christian, Dave A., Patryk and… Continue
On my drive into work this morning I watched a guy riding his mountain bike in traffic on a busy street. He had only one leg with crutches tied to the top tube. Yes one leg. The former other leg (assuming he used to have two) was gone at the hip. He seemed just fine though. He was not very fast. I am thinking I could take him.
So, the numbers don't lie.... About 90% of riders tonight had their AVG watts Drop from 25mins into the workout to the hour to the 1.5 hour mark. This holds true to our onroad/outside group rides which start off faster than most feel comfortable and resulting in dropped riders.
Looking forward to 2010 season, I plan on harnessing the power/potential of riders in our club by keeping the pace moderate for the first portion of the ride; much like we did this… Continue
It was very nice to see all the BCC Riders; my friends, last night. You really made the night awesome!. Hope you all enjoyed yourselves and were able to reminisce the year of riding. I know when I first watched the video QB made, I was moved to see all my friends riding together and having a great time do it! The club has come a long way in a year and it's all attributed to each and everyone of you!
Special thanks to the party organizing crew. I would say the party… Continue
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.