THANK YOU Pam and Shaun!

Lovely party, thank you to Pam and Shaun for hosting the Beez! It was great to hang out with more time to chat and without sweaty lycra around the table ๐Ÿ™‚

We all had a great time!

Reminder! Party Time!

Don’t forget the end-of-season cyclists’ party this Friday at Pam and Shaun’s house. Details in previous post. 

All cyclists invited!

 

Oliver Ride October 6

On Friday, October 06, we will go on a different ride (weather permitting). 

We will meet at 8:00am at the West Kelowna Starbucks for car pooling, or at 9:00am in Penticton at Skaha Lake Park (Cypress St.).

The ride will start at 9:00am. It will be about 98K. 
This is the ride:   https://ridewithgps.com/routes/14433149

Hope to see you there.

Michael

Party Time!

We have put in the work, riding through smoke and heat and rain and cold … now it is time to celebrate the end of the season!

The 2017 edition of this legendary party is being hosted by Pam and Shaun in West Kelowna.

Location: #6 – 2155 Horizon Drive
Instructions: The gate closes at 6pm. If you arrive late, please press 6 on the Intercom and Shaun will open the gate for you.

Date: Friday October 13 – No scary masks allowed!

Time: 5:30pm

Details: Bring your own refreshments and an appetizer to share. BBQ and oven are available to reheat or cook.

All cyclists and their spouses are invited!

SUNDAY RIDE – NEW START TIME!

Not as hot anymore, time to sleep in ๐Ÿ™‚

Based on riders’ consensus, we are moving the start time for the Killer Beez Sunday ride back to 9am starting Sunday, September 3, 2017.

See you out there!

Ride London – A special event to consider!

From one of our friends from the UK:

Wonder if you know about Ride London?  Dave and I did the Ride London 100 at the weekend- since the 2012 Olympics we have a 3 day cycling festival in London,  including pro World Tour road races and on the Sunday 24,000 people doing a 100 mile ride over closed roads right thru the city centre past all the major landmark buildings and out into the countryside, returning to finish in front of Buckingham Palace. It’s quite special, even if you live here.

If you or any of the Bees fancy it, first step is to enter the ballot which opens next week (August 7). You’ll hear if you have a place (you have about a 1 in 4 chance) in Feb 2018, and the ride date next year is July 29th so plenty of time to prepare. Entering the ballot commits you to nothing, you only make your decision when offered a place.

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