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  • Alan
    May 15, 2018 at 1:54 PM #5251

    I’ve posted thgis early, so that you’ll keep riding over the May long-weekend, knowing that you’ll be going a bit further on May 26th. We will be heading out towards Douro this week (see Strava links below).

    Hoping to see everyone back after the long week-end along with new members. We meet at the end of Simcoe Street at the junction with the trail that connects with Millennium Park

    Rest assured, things will start slowly, with direction and we will give everyone time to build her/his confidence and fitness.

    The collection of riders will split into different levels. Saturday Rec Rides do not have Rec Level 1 or 2. On Saturday, the the slowest level is Rec Level 3, and these riders will go with Alan. The middle level will go with Maggie (Rec Level 4) and the fast folks will go with Sue (Rec Level 5). Read the Pace Guidelines for a longer explanation of the different levels (

    Be sure that you have your 2018 PCC membership and all the required gear listed in the Ride Participant Guidelines (

    All Rec rides are no drop rides – each level will move at the pace of slowest rider. Rec rides are meant to be a gentle introduction to group riding. That said, over the season the distance and speed will increase as everyone’s fitness improves.

    Level 3:
    Level 4:
    Level 5:

    Sue C
    May 26, 2018 at 11:51 AM #5326

    The Weather Network is optimistic for the weather until about 4 PM, Environment Canada less so and the Norwegians are down-right pessimistic. So, depending on the weather, we might cut the ride short or might not have it at all – no matter what decision we make, we’ll be at the start for 1:45 pm to explain the decision or to ride.

    See you soon
    Alan, Maggie & Sue

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