Startup for 2022 Killer Beez Group Rides

Finally,  it looks the weather might be warming up.  Therefore it’s time to officially start the Killer Beez Group Rides for 2022.

The Saturday ride will start from the Bread Company parking lot on Pandosy at 10 AM.

The Sunday ride will start from the Landmark Bean Scene at 10 AM.

The Wednesday ride has a new starting location, route and start time.  This ride will now start from the Landmark Bean Scene at 2 PM and will do the Airport Loop with optional hilly sections each week.

Start your engines ! !

2 Replies to “Startup for 2022 Killer Beez Group Rides”

  1. Ken, we are all very happy to hear that you were lucky after all to get away with minor injuries. Please do replace the helmet though 🙂 See you out riding …

  2. The FedEx driver, who started to pull out in front of our peloton, gave me a ride home after my crash on Lakeshore Rd. this morning. I am fine. A few minor scrapes & a sore neck. The “Kask” helmet did an amazing job protecting my head; which was the main impact. Aren’t helmets amazing? .An auspicious first ride in Kelowna! Ken E.

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