recreational rides around
Waterloo County on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings with three
choices of routes (short, medium
our fees low and affordable by
doing all Club work on a
volunteer basis and by requiring
member cyclists to be fully self
supporting on rides.
all members to join in a short
social get together after each
and remind members of safe
recreational cycling rules.
members who wish to organize
other Club events of a non
competitive nature, such as our
pot luck suppers, trail rides
and the like.
member discounts at select local
in touch, electronically where
possible, through regular
newletters and internet web site
Equipment & Your Bicycle
like our fellow cyclists
and don’t want them to drop out of
riding because of brain damage (The
impact related kind).
So, to ride with us everyone must wear an approved,
properly fitted cycling helmet.
We don’t have sag wagons,
water stops or ride leaders.
That’s how we keep the
membership costs so low.
Club members help each other in case
of break downs or technichal
problems. You should bring enough water for each ride (count on one bottle per hour).
You should also carry
a patch kit, 2 or 3 tire levers
and a pump. It’s even better to carry a
spare inner tube as that’s a much
Clothing is important,
especially in the spring and fall. Do wear bright
colours so that vehicle
drivers can see you.
Layering is helpful if it gets cool or damp.
a good idea before the season starts
to clean and lubricate
your bike, make sure it is in good
working order and that the tires
are inflated to the proper
If mechanics is not your
suit, we recommend that you take
your trusted friend to a good bike
shop and have it looked over by an
Last of all, please bring a working
red tail light and a head
light for the dusk parts of
Safety considerations require riders
not to use “Audio Ear
or “Blue Tooth” type head sets
while riding, so they can hear