“…..I must say that your Ride4UnitedWay is the best in terms of registration fee, friendly staff and volunteers, great courses with police support and post ride food and refreshment." – Alain Visit www.ride4unitedway.com to register. The Ride4UnitedWay will be held in Durham Region on Sunday
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FOR FREE!!! 700mm, 28 bladed spokes straight laced front wheel. Mavic Hub, Wolber Profil 18 tubular rim, made in France. Currently has Vittoria Nuovo tubular tire mounted. Weight (with tire) = 2 lbs. Call 613-692-0630 or email for pick up.
The first 40 km Time Trial is on June 18th, meeting at Franktown at the Christian Academy School Parking lot at 7:45am for sign-in with the watch starting at 8:15am. Please contact Les Humphreys (613 256 2498 or les...@magma.ca ) before the 18th if you intend to ride this time trial.
Hello, Just wanted to wish all, a safe and great weekend for the Rideau Lakes Cycle Tour, this weekend. Stay well hydrated, and rejoice in every second of the experience! Cheers, Bill
Rideau Lakes Cycle Tour (and Office Closure) We're looking forward to great conditions this weekend and hoping that the weather forecasts are right on! It may be a bit hot on Sunday, so please ensure you drink lots of fluids! This is a reminder that our Rideau Lakes Cycle Tour event is
Hi - Looking for a Century Bib with Accommodation - Call Mike at 613-746-6260.
SOLD On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 4:32:37 PM UTC-4, roxanneanderson77 wrote: > > call or text dean at 613 447 8702 >
Please email bur...@gmail.com if interested. Thanks.
Morning fellow OBC riders! If you're interested in seeing some elite-level draft-legal triathlon racing, we're in need of volunteers for the Ottawa International Triathlon on June 17-18! I'm a coordinator for the bike course, and we'd be thrilled to have you on our team - you'd also have the
Club Clothing Special Order Deadline Extended We've been working with Louis Garneau to set up club kit purchases directly (well, semi directly). The objective here is to offer items that we have carried as inventory in the past, but currently don't (volumes are too low, too much inventory on
June Spokesperson The June issue of the Spokesperson has been distributed via e-mail. It is also available on-line. admin Mon, 05/29/2017 - 11:43 Full story on the OBC homepage: http://www.ottawabicycleclub.ca/story-2017-05-29
Hi, In case some of you follow the Quebec series: http://robertroaldi.zenfolio.com/f842071223 Thanks, Robert
Bike to Work Month is wrapping up, but there is still time to log your commutes, and see your impact just from Biking in May! Lots of great prizes left to be won – including a $500 VIA Rail Pass, a $300 Spa Nordik Package, a Kunstadt Hybrid Bike, and an MEC Commuter Kit! Sign up at
Yes, I think so. 99% sure. (My memory tells me it was paved a couple of years ago) On Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 9:05:37 PM UTC-4, mikepteske wrote: > > Looks like the classic route goes down Hands road. Has it been paved? >
Lac Saint-Jean Saguenay registration open 6 riding days, 7 nights in cabins along the route. July 23 - 30, 2017. More information on the Lac Saint-Jean Saguenay page. admin Wed, 05/24/2017 - 14:56 Full story on the OBC homepage: http://www.ottawabicycleclub.ca/story-2017-05-24
Tuesday Evening Ride route change Due to the Senators game on Tuesday, the route for the Tuesday Evening Ride has been changed. The new start location will be the Hylands Golf Club. Please see the calendar, it has been updated and the maps are available there. Nicolas admin Tue, 05/23/2017 -
OBC Track Cycling Sessions This year the OBC will be running regular, one day, track cycling trips to the velodrome at the Centre National Bromont, in Bromont Quebec. http://centrenationalbromont.com/caracteristiques-du-velodrome/ These trips will be similar to last year's Bromont trips,
Subject: Supporting a Local Olympian We are contacting you to solicit your support for Vincent De Haître, a local Olympic athlete. Similar to the well-known saying “it takes a village to raise a child”, indeed it takes a community to support an athlete on his way to the most prestigious
This is an update to the recent Forum posting about THE LIFE CYCLE ride sponsored by the May Court Club of Ottawa which operates the May Court Hospice for palliative care. This fund-raising ride was organized by fellow OBC member Karine Langley. The hospice operates solely upon donations from
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