The following are the rides for this week:
Prairie Pedals MTB Ride – Monday, June 20th – meet @ 6:15 pm at the 7th Avenue Bridge (bottom of 7th Ave). Come out and have fun learning to mountain bike in this friendly, casual, supportive group ride geared towards the beginner rider, for women-only. This recreational ride will help you gain basic mountain bike skills and help you learn and maintain the components of your bike. Led by an experienced rider, this 90-minute ride will familiarize you with the trails of the beautiful Wakamow Valley. Meet @ 615pm at the 7th Avenue Bridge (bottom of 7th Ave).
Wednesday Night MTB Ride – Wednesday, June 22nd – meet at the 7th Avenue Bridge and be ready to ride at 6:15 pm. Last week’s ride was so much fun and this week looks to repeat. This will be a 90-minute ride through Wakamow Valley. The trails are in fantastic shape and expect to ride the singletrack and have fun on the trails. Any mountain bike is the most suitable bike for this ride. Bring water and wear a helmet.
Thursday Night Road Ride – June 23rd – meet at the Safeway patio and be ready to ride at 6:00 pm as the ride will be leaving then. Expect a 60-minute ride that will be no-drop. The route will be determined based on the wind direction. Any road bike will be suitable. A taillight and flashing headlight are recommended as they increase visibility during the ride. There are some great options available in local bike shops.
Sunday Morning Road Ride – June 26th – meet at the Safeway patio and be ready to ride at 9:30am. The ride will be about 90 minutes long and may break into a couple groups based on pace. The route will be based on the weather conditions.
Reminder: safety is important and rides may be canceled due to eevents such as thunderstorms and high winds. Any updates will be posted to the Whats app chat and the club facebook page.
What to bring to a club ride?
- 2022 Moose Jaw Pavers Cycling Club membership along with a 2022 SCA membership (available here)
- Helmet – mandatory to be worn during all club rides. Not only is this an insurance requirement it is just smart.