The registration for the Salmon Arm Century Ride has started (today, at 6 am). Just like the OSCR ride, it fills up quickly so if you’re interested in riding it this year (September 14), be quick to register. You can choose between distances ranging from 10km to 100km. All are very scenic!
The Tuesday TT and Thursday Crit prices are now $5 per session. If there is a light rain the Crit will often go ahead. The TT is less likely to happen if it is raining. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael & co. are doing a ride from Coldstream to Lumby and Mabel Lake, and back. About 118km. See the link below.
They will meet at Starbucks at the mall by Chapters at 08:15am on Sunday May 19.
The parking in Coldstream would be at Lavista Park, Kalamalka Rd. / Kalavista Dr. about 09:00am. Email Michael with any questions at email@example.com
Big difference in price … read here what to consider.
So I have been correct all these years …. 😉 haha. Eat Chocolate!!!
Just a reminder that the Sunday Beez ride is now starting at 9am, from the Bean Scene Headquarters on Dickson Road. See you there!
… work your core 🙂 Read more here …
Just a reminder that we are now starting the Sunday Beez rides from the Bean Scene at the new Landmark location (lots of space, inside and outside, lots of parking, no dangerous highway crossings).
Up until today (April 28) we still had the later start time (brrrr) but starting on May 5, we will go back to a 9am start.
So: 9am, May 5, Bean Scene Headquarters, Landmark parkade.
See you there!
If you are interested in participating in a local multi day ride, right here in our backyard, check out the following link:
Paul Stephenson, one of our fellow cyclists, is organizing this. Sounds great!!
… Interesting reading … maybe a few tips on what to consider while we’re out enjoying the roads around Kelowna!