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    • 27 Apr 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Banff
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    We'll meet at Our Lady of the Assumption School (7311 34 Ave NW) at 09:30 for carpooling and drive to the end of Minnewanka Lake. Alternately, you can meet us at the Lake for 11:00. We'll ride 16 km to the rangers' cabin, sit on the beach for a lunch break and ride 16 km back to the parking lot. Riding time is 3-4 hours.

    The trail has just one climb and descent. Otherwise it is a twisty, undulating single-track over roots and rocks along the lake. Some sections have a slide-slope. See for a description.

    Riders should be experienced with long, rough trails (roots, rocks, creek crossings, washouts, logs). Difficulty is moderate to difficult.

    • 28 Apr 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • St Georges drive and 8 Ave N.E. Calgary

    Meet at Gravel parking lot on St Georges drive and 8 Ave N.E.

    Bike to Bowness park, lunch stop at Angels 45 Street Bowness or Bowness park

    or bring your own.

    This ride is led by John Tole and is about 45 Km

    for more info phone John at 403-274-6171.

    • 28 Apr 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Peloton Cycling 1053 10 St SW
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    Coordinator:  Maria Saley

    Type of Ride:  Indoor spin

     Well, the weather is looking a bit rough for the weekend so come and join us for an indoor spin experience. to keep your fitness level up.  We will be doing a 2 hour endurance  class but you are welcome to come for just an hour.   The fee will be $15 and you can stay for whatever length of time you decide, up to 2 hours   Our sessions at Peloton Cycling have been great fun and fabulous training! They offer high-tech bikes with personalized wattage goals and they provide us with a highly experienced leader. They also provide shoes to clip in or you can bring your own. Please bring $15 cash.  Please note that they do not supply sweat towels but they do have change rooms and showers. 

    Coordinator:  Maria Saley

    • 2 May 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • YMCA at Rocky Ridge Rd NW
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    Road Ride:  Intermediate

    Coordinator:  Tanya Colwell

    Distance:  50 km (40km if you do not ride the Cochrane hill)

    Elevation: +388m

    Pace:  24-27 km/hr

    Every Thursday evening ride to Cochrane and back. The hill is optional depending upon the weather and remaining sunlight.

    • 4 May 2019
    • 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Madden Arena Parking Lot, East side , Beside Golf Course entrance
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    Coordinator: Robert Somerville

    Type of Ride: Road Intermediate to Advanced- Anticipated Pace 20-23 KM/h

    Distance: 79 km

    Elevation gain:  522 metres

    Can be Windy! 

    We start from the Madden Community Center(Arena), heading North on Range Road(RR) 30 until TownShip(TR) Road 292. Turn East on TR-292. Turn North on RR-14. At Carstairs (at the intersection with the Shell Gas Station) we cross the Railway Tracks (to the east of intersection ), and head North on HWY 2A. Turn West on HWY 582 into Didsbury. Stay to the left at the Zion Church intersection, transition to  20th Ave, and follow it to 17th-19th street were there is the Didsbury Arena Complex one block north of 20th ave. ,where washrooms , and water are located inside,  and also picnic tables outside(see map) . Immediately to the North of the arena on 20th Ave. there is a Subway on the north side of 20th Ave. and a Hamburger stand across the street, were lunch may be purchased . Continue west on 20th Ave to 23 St/RR-20 to TR-310 , turn West. At Hwy 766, turn south, until TR-290, turn East for about a mile. Turn South on RR-30 , back to the start point at Madden Arena.

    There will be no sweep, but we will regroup at important intersections.

    Bring water, appropriate bike repair tools and supplies, and possible riding snacks (and lunch ,if not buying food at Didsbury establishments) .

    The Madden Golf Course should be open for possible refreshments( IE brews) at the end of the ride.

    • 4 May 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Balzac Community Hall
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    Balzac Out and Back

    Coordinator: Vic Urban

    Distance: 66 Km 

    Anticipated pace ~25 Km/hr

    Elevation gain 142 M 


    Starting in the quaint hamlet of Balzac from the community hall on the south side of the road across from the gas station. We head straight east on secondary highway 566, for the first 2 km the road is busy with vehicle traffic going into Cross Iron Mill Mall. There is a shoulder but riding single file is imperative. Once we are past the mall traffic lessens and we continue on by the rustic settlement of Kathryn to the junction with highway 9. We will regroup at this point. Once we are underway again we continue through exciting Keoma, don't blink. The last 4 km of the road has heavy pavement and is rough so there is an option to turnaround at this point, for those that want to do the full 66 Km we end at beautiful Bruce Lake with it's plethora of bird life. After a short break, make an about face and head back to Balzac. Once again we will regroup at the junction with highway 9, then off for our reward, pie at the Balzac Café. This is a deceptive ride as there are hills.




    • 5 May 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Pop Davies Athletic park, Milligan road and Ogden road S.E.

    Meet at Pop Davies athletic Park and ride mostly on Pathways to

    Casino Calgary, there is an opportunity to have lunch or snacks there.

    Ride back to Pop Davies, this is an easy 45 Km ride

    led by John Tole, for more info call John at 403-274-6171.

    • 6 May 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Edworthy Park, Calgary
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    Registration is closed

    Level: Intermediate and advanced,

    Diatance: 38k

    Laurel Smith and Chris Willard,

    Pace: 27-30 kph flats (no wind),

    Elevation gain: 395m

    TGIM will become a regular Monday ride led by Laurel Smith and Chris Willard. It's a great way to ease back into the week with a ride that's not too long. We will meet at Edworthy Park next to the public restrooms aside the parking lot on the North side (Foothills Hospital side) of the river. From here we will head on the path toward Bowness and then up the COP switchbacks. We'll stop at the top to catch our breath. :)  This is a ride for intermediate and advanced riders. We will maintain a moderate pace, in this friendly no drop ride. We will wait at tops of hills and at major turns for the group to reassemble. Be prepared for some climbing especially at the start. A couple sections have more traffic along Springbank Road where the shoulder is slightly narrower for example. Front and back lights are highly recommended for all road rides. There are some wonderful views on this route and the ride provides a great way to improve strength. We return back to Edworthy. Please point out all road debris, potholes, gravel and signal stops and turns to other riders. No pace line or overlapping wheels please. We stop for all stop signs and red lights. The reward factor for this ride is rated high. :) See you there!

    • 9 May 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • North Glenmore Park, Parking Area C

    Signal Hill and Mount Royal 43

    Coordinator: Peter Bradbury

    The title of this ride takes its name from the two 80m. hills we climb. We want exercise don’t we? But we will take the necessary rests.

    The ride describes a circle around South Central Calgary. Starting from North Glenmore Park, the route goes through the communities of Lakeview and Glamorgan, and after passing through the Signal Hill shopping center, climbs the hill of the same name on pathways. It crosses a bridge into Optimist Park. After that the route takes us on quiet streets through the neighborhoods of Westgate and Wildwood, before descending to the Bow River on the long Quarry Road Trail, suitable for road bikes. The route follows the river, past Downtown, into Mills Estate, where we have a sit-down lunch at the Gravity Espresso and Wine Bar. Suitably fortified, we explore Mount Royal with its chateaus and trees. We return through Altadore back to the North Glenmore Park, where refreshments will be provided overlooking the lake.

    The ride will have regrouping at intervals, corner guiding if necessary, and a sweep. Bring your route tracking device.

    Approach North Glenmore Park heading south along Crowchild Trail as far as you can go. Parking Area C lies around a curve, close to the Southeast corner of the park (see Washrooms are found along the road west at Parking Area F. Please arrive 15 minutes before start.

    • 9 May 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Parkdale Community Hall 3512 5th Ave. NW

    Members and Guests are welcome

    First time riders and "old timers" are invited to attend the Primer.  We will present information about the three-day ride that will be of interest to participants of the upcoming GT on the weekend of Friday May 24, 25 and 26.  

    Connie Abrey and Ross Taylor, experienced GT riders will speak about how you can prepare for your ride touching on topics such as training, clothing and equipment.

    Mike (the bike) Sekella will be our volunteer mechanic on the ride and at the Primer he will speak about getting your bike ready and what to carry in your kit.  He will address what repairs he can and cannot address during the weekend and how to avoid spending time with him as he fixes an avoidable issue.  

    Don Hollingshead will introduce the Club's membership in Ride with GPS and using the turn-by-turn map of the GT that you can download and use on your phone.  He will be available after the program for assistance.  Please download the free Ride With GPS app onto your phone prior to the Primer.

    Sue Fowler, GT Ride Coordinator, will speak to other areas of the GT including luggage, registration, meals and rules of the road.  Finally, you will have lots of opportunity to ask questions of the speakers and other riders.

    p.s. We still have openings for riders so bring a curious friend.   

    • 11 May 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Elkton School
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    This is an out and back ride. We will be leaving from Elkton School. We will be heading west on township(TR) road 312 and then south on range road(RR) 45, then west on TR 310 stay to the right to Fallen Timber over the bridge to RR 53. We will then regroup at mailboxes on south side. Head back east over the bridge and head south on RR 53 and then east on TR 304. Then south to RR 52 at Water Valley Campground signage continue over the bridge making our way to Water Valley general store at west corner of Highway 579 for a lunch stop.

    We will regroup and head north on RR 52 to TR 304 east, climb to highway 22, regroup and turn around going west on same TR 304 continuing to RR 53 retracing through Elkton to TR 310 staying to the right continue on TR 310 to RR 45 connect back to TR 312 to Elkton School.

    There will be no sweep, but we will regroup at important intersections.

    Bring water and appropriate bike repair tools, supplies and riding snacks. We will be stopping for lunch in Water Valley.


    • 11 May 2019
    • 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Red Deer United Church 1 kilometre west of 37th St. S.W. on Hwy 22X

    Coordinator Bill Stilwell

    The ride begins by riding east from the church parking lot to the intersection of city street 37th St. to the North and 96th St. W. in Foothills M.D. Turn right, south, We then ride south descending to a stop sign kitty-corner from Red Deer Meats. Turn right onto 226 Ave. W. before turning left onto 112th St. S.W. completing the first arm to the t-intersection at SR 549. Here is where many people take a drink and bite break. If you stop stay away from the intersection and well off the road so drivers are not confused and unnecessarily delayed. We are then turning back north and returning to the corner of 226 Ave. W. There we make a left turn to proceed up and over the nicknamed road to Nepal which becomes 274 Ave. W. If you turn around at the bottom stop sign located at RR 192 you will come back just short of 1000 meters of climbing. 

    To complete the Plus challenge, continue to ride west across highway 22 and climb the steep grade up to the summit where there is a right turn towards Priddis. Don't turn! Instead turn around and return to the parking lot via the road to Nepal.

    See map for route and elevation details

    • 15 May 2019
    • 6:00 AM
    • 29 May 2019
    • 7:00 PM
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    A multi-day self-supported bike tour starting and ending in Halifax Nova Scotia. We will cycle an average of 72 km per day through historic Nova Scotia visiting a UNESCO World Heritage site and some of the earliest European settlements in Canada. Fantastic panoramas as we ride along the Bay of Fundy shore and view the highest tides in Canada and the famous ‘tidal bore”.View the maps on Elbow Valley Ride With GPS. Link supplied

    We will enjoy overnighting at local BnB’s, cottages and hotels, but riders must be prepared to carry luggage between stops. So get out those panniers! No SAG Wagon. Cycling at this time of the year comes with the added benefit of reduced rates for accommodations. Also, less tourist traffic, so the roads are much quieter than during the summer season. Nova Scotia is actively pursuing cycle tourists and building rail trails, but riders should be comfortable sharing the road with other traffic.

    This is a “credit card trip” so everyone will pay as we go. The estimated total cost including airfare is estimated to be CAD $2900. (table 2)

    Riders must have a well maintained bike; rear and front lights on bike in case of fog or poor visibility; panniers to carry necessary items such clothing, toiletries, tools, rain gear and occasionally food for lunch. A cell phone is not necessary but would be useful.

    There will be an information session early in January to discuss the trip and make any necessary changes to the plan. Every participant is encouraged to contribute to the planning. If you are interested contact Peter Thurston (403-280-9478) or Christine Grotefeld. (403-288-7803)


    • 18 May 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Community Centre in Priddis, Alberta
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    Road Ride:  Suitable for all Road Riders

    Coordinators:  Wendy & Hilary Springate

    Distance:  82km or your choice.  This is an out and back ride so you may turn around at any time you choose.

    Time:  3-4 hours

    Elevation Gain:  825m or less.

    This is a ride to which everyone is welcome, regardless of speed or experience. We have listed this as a four hour ride so turn around is at the two hour mark.  Some of the riders will reach the turn around before the two hour mark but you only need ride as far as you choose.  Regardless of how far you have ridden please turn around at that magic two hour mark.  All of the riders should arrive back in Priddis at approximately the same time where we can meet at Jane's Cafe for refreshments. 

    We’ll ride from Priddis, past Brown Lowery Park, north on Hwy 762 to Hwy 22, north on Hwy 758 to Bragg Creek and return via the same route.  If you are going to stop in Bragg Creek for a snack and a rest please let the coordinators know.

    Riders should have a well maintained road bike and be self-sufficient.

    • 23 May 2019
    • 27 May 2019
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    Do you want to spend an amazing weekend in the Rockies? Come experience this unique event as a volunteer and celebrate the 36th Golden Triangle! Volunteers are required for registration, course materials, snack crew, lunch crew, luggage delivery, Radium hot pool shuttle, and for the bar at the Golden dinner.  Also, if you have any medical training, please call Sue.  Accommodations, meals, and vehicles for transportation are supplied for volunteers. Volunteers will be drawn from the registrants depending on past experience and positions available. If you'd enjoy helping out and having fun in the mountains with fellow members and cyclists, sign up today! You'll receive lots of gratitude and great memories!

    • 23 May 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Mallard Point on the Bow River
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    Mallard Point, Silverado, Spruce Meadows 51

    Coordinator: Peter Bradbury

    This new circle ride start at Mallard Point, follows the Bow River pathway south and through the Lafarge Meadows, and turns upwards at Chaparral Valley. Entering Chaparral, it circles around the lake on pathways. Afterward the route uses the new 194 Street pathway connector to link up with Silverado for a tour of that community. The route hops over to Spruce Meadows where we have a picnic lunch. Afterward the route heads north and west through Bridlewood and Evergreen. The route follows the Evergreen Estates pathway, and then turns east through Shawnee Slopes, until it crosses Fish Creek into Canyon Meadows.  The route next travels around Bonavista Lake and through Bonavista Downs and Diamond Cove, before finishing on the Bow River pathway back to Mallard Point.

    The ride will have regrouping at intervals, corner guiding if necessary, and a sweep. Bring lunch. Bring your route tracking device.

    Directions to location: Drive south on Bow Bottom Trail; turn left on Canyon Meadows; enter the Canyon Meadows park, and curl left into the Mallard Point parking lot.

    • 24 May 2019
    • 7:45 AM
    • 26 May 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Banff, Kootenay, Yoho National Parks
    • 175

    Welcome to the 2019 Golden Triangle (GT)

    This is the 36thannual running of this classic ride.  It’s just over 100 km per day for the three days of May 24,25,26 and we hope you will join us.  

    Riding in Banff National Park is a privilege for anyone willing to take on the challenge and it's fun too!  Socials each evening, soaking in the world-famous Radium Hot Springs and taking on the ten-mile hill with a climb up to the Continental Divide and then returning from British Columbia back into Alberta.  

    Our Club can be your Club.  Join us for a nominal fee and sign up for the best deal on two wheels.  For under a hundred dollars a day you get a fully supported ride, free camping, snacks, lunches, dinners and hot showers!  Or upgrade and book into accommodation in Radium or Golden and we’ll deliver your luggage to your door.  

    Registration is limited and early bird pricing makes the package too attractive to resist.  Be this your first time or 20th time, we know you’ll love the Golden Triangle 2019.

    Register now and book your spot.

    What’s new for 2019?

    How about registration pick-up in Calgary?  That’s right, drop in and we’ll give you your ride number, your swag bag, luggage tags and meal vouchers.  And then on Friday morning just arrive at the “gravel pit”, drop off your luggage and hit the road.  

    Avoid traffic congestion after you finish the ride.  As we did last year, on the last day we will continue along #1 after Lake Louise to the turn-off to Castle Junction cutting off the heart-breaking hills of 1A and getting you back to your car and on you way much sooner.  

    Finishers Photos:  Get a picture of you and your bike with a GT background to keep as a memoir of your accomplishment.  And perhaps a massage at the end of a long day? (we’re working on it!)

    New Hall in Radium:  No more rain delays.  The Village has built a new hall and we’ll be there to enjoy it.  

    Easier Accommodation Booking:  by avoiding the long weekend we expect members wanting a roof for the night will find greater availability and savings over the two -night minimums that were becoming more common.   There’s several hotels that are offering 10% discounts to cyclists this year!

    What’s the same for 2019?

    Volunteers: the same happy, hard-working crew of volunteers that have helped us year after year.  Some faces may change but the commitment to making the best ride ever remains.

    Jerseys.  It’s your option.  Top quality Specialized jerseys will be available for purchase if you want a special memory of the ride or just some spiffy kit at a great price!  See the Golden Triangle store for a look and sizing.  

    Cyclist Discounts, Door prizes and Raffle.  Both Cranked and Ridleys are offering some great deals to GT cyclists.  This year’s top raffle prize is a 2019 Specialized Tarmac Expert, retail price of $6500!   Win the bike of your dreams!. 

    • 30 May 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Genesis Place, Airdrie.
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    Best of Airdrie 40

    Coordinator: Peter Bradbury

    Grand tour of the lakes, canals and new neighborhoods of Airdrie using the city’s extensive pathway system.

    Route. From Genesis Place, ride around East Lake; then head south through Meadowbrook, Ravenswood and King’s Heights. Ride west, then north on the Nose Creek pathway, passing through Nose Creek Park, Ridgegate, Station Crossing, and Willow Brook. Travel west, then circle south through Reunion, Williamstown, and Woodside. Next, ride through the lake and canal district: Sagewood, Canals and Bayside. Explore the south of Airdrie: Prairie Springs, Hillcrest and Coopers Crossing. Travel north along Luxstone’s border. Turn east through Edgewater back to Genesis Place.

    The ride will have regrouping at intervals, corner guiding, and a sweep. Bring lunch. Finish with coffee at Genesis Place.

    Directions to location. North on Hwy 2. Take East Lake exit, one after Yankee Valley Blvd. Turn right into East Lake Crescent and Genesis Place parking lot. Please arrive 15 minutes before start.

    • 31 May 2019
    • 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Paul and Nancy Home 213 Casale Place, Canmore
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    Coordinator:  Paul and Nancy D'Agostino

    Distance: 30 km

    Type of ride: MTB technically easy, aerobically moderate

    Elevation gain: 450 m

    Duration:  3-4 hours

    Join us for a mountain bike ride through the Three Sisters area of Canmore and the Canmore Nordic Centre.  Will ride fireroad (twin track) and easier single track trails.  Lunch in the Nordic Centre.    Bring a lunch, helmet, water, bear spray, small tool kit and spare tube and mountain bike in good working order.

    • 9 Jun 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Highwood House parking lot (gas station)

    Coordinator: Robert Somerville

    Type of Ride: Road  Advanced- Anticipated Pace 12-23 KM/h

    Distance: 76 km

    Elevation gain:  917 metres

    There will be no motorised vehicles on the road until June 15

    From Highwood House (beside the south Kanannaskis Park gate), we ride to the top of Highwood Pass for a scenic lunch at the parking area 

    It can be cold at the summit, bring appropriate clothing. Also bring water, snacks, appropriate  tools, and inner tubes,etc  for bike repair.

    • 27 Aug 2019
    • 31 Aug 2019
    • Icefields Parkway
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    Jasper to Banff Road Cycling

    288km in 4 Days Cycling (Plus 1/2 Day Driving to Jasper)

    Cost: $450 / Member

    Coordinator: Mike Sekella

    This is one of the most spectacular mountain rides in the world. It parallels the Continental Divide, and passes three large glaciers, the Athabasca waterfalls, and the alpine Peyto Lake. Wildlife sightings are common, if not almost expected.

    Day One – Tuesday,August 27th: We will leave Calgary at 1:00 pm and have dinner in Jasper,  staying at the new Jasper Hostel opening this spring.  It looks much nicer than the old one, and is right in Jasper. Check it out here:

    Day Two – Wednesday, August 28th: Today we cycle 90km with stops at Athabasca Falls, Sunwapta Lodge and falls then on to Beauty Creek Hostel.

    Day Three – Thursday, August 29th: Today we cycle 56km with stops at the Icefield Center, hike up to Parker Ridge then on to Ramparts Hostel.

    Day Four – Friday, August 30th: Today we cycle 70km with stops at Mistaya Canyon, the Summit and Petro Lake, Num-Ti-Jah lodge then on to the Mosquito Creek Hostel

    Day Five – Saturday, August 31st: Today we cycle 85km stopping in Lake Louise and on to Banff along the 1A drive back to Calgary.

    Due to lack of budget transportation as we have used in the past, we will be using two or three vehicles with divers taking turns leap-frogging ahead.

     This trip will require one or two registrants who can bring personal vehicles with the ability to carry multiple bicycles, and are comfortable letting others drive their vehicle. (Those registrants will receive a discounted rate as well as reimbursed for fuel costs) We will have a rental cargo van to carry luggage and coolers, as well as some bikes. We have done this in the past with no problems.

    Due to up front costs which remain the same regardless of number of participants, The event will only proceed with the full 8 members.

     Cost includes 4 nights accommodation at the hostels, and transportation (for those not bringing vehicles). Also included is a the opportunity for a shower after the second day of cycling. We will have a room at Saskatchewan Crossing that we can use to all rotate through the shower!

Past events

25 Apr 2019 Road Bike Check & Maintenance
25 Apr 2019 MTB Nose Hill - Moderate - Martine
25 Apr 2019 University, Arbour Lake, Hamptons 35
24 Apr 2019 Glenmore Reservoir to Annie's Cafe from Lakeview Golf - Andrea
22 Apr 2019 TGIM (Thank Goodness It's Monday). 38k Laurel Smith and Chris Willard
21 Apr 2019 Nose Hill Mountain Biking with Roy. Easy.
21 Apr 2019 GT Training Horse Creek Road DMcC
21 Apr 2019 Last Minute - Mountain Bike Cimarron Trails Okotoks - DJD
19 Apr 2019 Road Bike Check & Maintenance
19 Apr 2019 Horse Creek & Hwy-1A to Water Valley Store
18 Apr 2019 Road Ride Open Planning Meeting
18 Apr 2019 Glenmore Reservoir to Annie's Cafe in Fish Creek Park - Martine
18 Apr 2019 Last minute MTB Nose Hill - Maria
17 Apr 2019 Road Bike Check & Maintenance
17 Apr 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training Maria
14 Apr 2019 GT Training Rocky Ridge YMCA to near Cochrane DMcC
13 Apr 2019 Priddis Loop Road Ride Maria
11 Apr 2019 MTB Nose Hill - Moderate - Martine
9 Apr 2019 MTB Nose Hill - Moderate - Martine
7 Apr 2019 GT Training Rocky Ridge YMCA to near Cochrane DMcC
6 Apr 2019 MTB Nose Hill - Moderate - Martine
6 Apr 2019 Tulip Tour DH
4 Apr 2019 Springbank Tour - Moderate - Martine
2 Apr 2019 Palm Desert Adventure Helen
31 Mar 2019 GT Training Poker Ride DMcC
30 Mar 2019 Okotoks, Celia Norman
30 Mar 2019 Priddis loop March 30
30 Mar 2019 MTB Nose Hill - Moderate Level - Martine
28 Mar 2019 MTB Nose Hill - Moderate Level - Martine
24 Mar 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling March 24 MS
24 Mar 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling March 24 MS
23 Mar 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training March 23 MS
22 Mar 2019 Priddis loop Bill Stilwell
21 Mar 2019 Evening Unwind to Cochrane 40km - Tanya
17 Mar 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling March 17 MS
17 Mar 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling March 17 MS
12 Mar 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training -Gordon Jones
12 Mar 2019 Skating at Shouldice Arena - Dave and Laurie
10 Mar 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling March 10 MS
7 Mar 2019 Annual General and Special Meeting
7 Mar 2019 XCountry skiing at Confederation Golf Course Maria
3 Mar 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling March 3 MS
25 Feb 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training pjt
24 Feb 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling Feb 24 MS
12 Feb 2019 Skating at Shouldice Arena - Dave and Laurie
10 Feb 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling Feb 10
7 Feb 2019 Introduction to Wild Apricot and Cycling in Europe
6 Feb 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training pjt
5 Feb 2019 Skating at Shouldice Arena - Dave and Laurie
3 Feb 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling Feb 3
30 Jan 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training GJ
28 Jan 2019 SAN DIEGO SUN & SURF (Don H)
27 Jan 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling
23 Jan 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training GJ
22 Jan 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training MS
21 Jan 2019 Ride Coordinator Website Training pjt
20 Jan 2019 Peloton Indoor Cycling MS

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