Bike Up Northumberland – Update

Just a friendly reminder that the Sept 12th “Bike Up Northumberland” is fast approaching.

If you haven’t already registered here again are a few reasons to support Bike Up Northumberland:

  • Every penny raised goes to purchase priority medical equipment.
  • As active cyclists we appreciate local emergency services in the unfortunate event we should ever need them.
  • Participating in a cycling fundraising event demonstrates our commitment to the health benefits of an an active lifestyle.
  • By meeting our modest goals this year we gain recognition by multiple levels of government about the importance of cycling in Northumberland County.
  • It’s a LOCAL CHARITY and funds raised will stay in our community

If you wish to register but are having trouble Nicole has offered another way you can sign up via email.

To register via email

Simply email Nicole Beatty at nbeatty@nhh.ca with the following details:

  1. Name
  2. Address
  3. Email
  4. The distance you are riding
  5. Your t-shirt size

You will be sent a pledge sheet to help you fundraise and information about your ride.  It’s that easy!

 Once riders are registered they receive a welcome email from me with all the information they need to know about September 12.

Instructions for registering

Dirty Thursday (Sept 3)

Sunset is close to 7:45 this week. Dirty Thursday will be at the Beagle Club. Bring some lights… just incase we are a little late.
Not too many people have been riding either MTB or CX bikes lately. This ride will be a gentle get accustomed to the bike ride.
Air up your tires, charge your batteries, pack a little energy food and bring some extra water. This is going to be a very warm week.

CCC has world tour numbers at Quinte Road Race

In UCI WorldTour events, the number of starting riders per team is 9 for Grand Tours…and the CCC had that this weekend at the Quinte Road Race.

Tony, Jamie, Brent, Janet, Greg, Brett, Jeff, Chris, and Kevin all took to the roads of Quinte West. Conditions were perfect and all riders made it through the 92km route safely.  Congratulations to Janet, Greg and Chris who also took home some winnings for their excellent performances.

Results can be found here.