For those of you who will be around this long weekend, join us at 5:30 for our Friday evening ride from the Port Hope Town Hall. We’ll follow the Beautiful Bewdley route.
The forecast is looking good for Friday. Brian plans to ride as long as he has someone to ride with. So make sure you comment by 10:00 a.m. on Friday if you plan to join him.
Also, do take a look at Fridays in July and let Brian know if you’d like to host one of them!
Klaus is your most persistent host this Tuesday, tempting the weather gods to yet another duel.
Join us for the First Half Flat route (56 and 44 km options) starting at 75 Harbour Street in Gosport at 10 am. Lunch to follow at The Whistling Duck.
Cross your fingers for sunny skies.
The NHCC is hosting a fundraiser ride for the Lions Foundation of Canada Guide Dogs on Sunday out of Hastings (195 Park Lane) and has invited the Freewheelers to join them.
Deb Parks, President of the NHCC, invites you below:Join us for our fundraising ride this coming Sunday. See details on our post: http://northumberlandhillscyclingclub.com/2019/06/sunday-june-23rd-were-going-to-the-dogs/
Hope some of you can join us. Let me know if you have questions. Deb.
Note that there are four distances to choose from, each with a different start time ranging from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m., so make sure you check the link above for specifics.
Barb & John will host this Friday’s ride – their invitation is below.
Join us for a Summer Solstice ride at the Spencer’s. That should guarantee a long day of sunshine and what better way to celebrate the longest day of the year than to ride and dine with friends? We’ll do the East Danforth route. If the route isn’t long enough (50 and 33 km) for some, there are likely ways to add a loop or two.
The usual drill. 5:30 start, lots of parking in the driveway, bring your own eating gear and beverages.
Tuesday’s ride host Sue invites you to join her for our ride from Trenton!
We are going back to the Trenton area this Tuesday. The ride is about 58 km, more or less as you wish. I’ll bring maps.
Please park at the Bleasdell Boulder Conservation Authority parking lot off Highway 33, a couple of kilometres north of the 401.
Lunch will be at the Riverbrake Cafe (11 Front St.), on their patio if the weather is warm enough.
Hope to see you all there as it is a beautiful ride.
Friday’s unhosted ride will start from the Port Hope Town Hall @ 5:30 PM. We’ll follow the Hope to Hamilton route which offers a 50 km or shorter ride.
Please comment if you plan to ride. Riders will decide a post-ride venue. Fingers crossed for a break from the rain!
Join Bob and Liz to ride the Baxter Creek Route (long route 51.8/ short route 40.5) starting at the Baxter Creek Golf Club.This route’s topography is a delightful mix of a few very big hills, some short up and downs, and a great series of undulations to our lunch destination at the Baxter Creek Golf Club.
See you there!