Club Events

CLUB KIT ORDERING

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We know it’s late in the season, however, with the goal of getting as many of you all flying with the BCC kits, we are giving you an opportunity to add, replace, update or throw out your old BCC kits by ordering something new.

We have given you the best deal possible and with the store only open until August 1st, we should have delivery by early September.

CAVEAT

Please note….the board and a few volunteer members are currently going through the process of designing a new website, updated BCC branding with clear and consistent Sponsor Opportunities for 2016 and beyond.  Our goal is to have a new kit design, updated with new Sponsor recognition, to be released early in 2016.  So….if your cycling clothing budget is topping out, be sure you leave some room knowing that we will have some awesome gear for you by the first quarter next year.  As well, back by popular demand, when you join BCC in 2016 you will get a free Jersey!!

HOW TO ORDER

Step 1:  Everyone must go here: http://custom.champ-sys.com/Login/en-CA/in.aspx complete step 1 with the following username and password:
LOGIN – Barrie
PASSWORD – CyclingClub

Step 2:  Create your own Login Details

Step 3:  Shop!
3a – select the “Order Now” of the order name (BCC Summer Order)
3b – select the “Order” button of the product category you want to order (jersey, jacket, shorts, caps, warmers)
3c – enter your order details
REPEAT 3b and 3c as much as necessary
3d – confirm order
3e – complete payment

Once more…..Volunteers – Ride Leaders – thank you for your help in making our club a safe and fun club.  On behalf of all the members, THANK YOU!!  If you are interested in volunteering, please let us know.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

Regards,

Graydon Oldfield
graydon@barriecycling.com

Club Events

This Week’s Club Rides – Update

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THANK YOU

Thank you for taking the time to read the most recent post regarding Safety.  We have had great feedback and continue to look forward to your comments.

An additional point to add, after some great feedback and reminders, is communication while we are on the road.  If there are vehicles that are struggling to pass or perhaps not “playing safe” it is our job to communicate up the line with fellow riders.  Know when to move to single file, know when to wave the vehicle through or make the call to pull over.  Lots of talking and communicating on the ride will help.

This week’s rides….

Please check the calendar for reminders of times and locations etc.  We will also have communication out if rides have to be cancelled…..but I think we are going to have a great weather week!

Our Morning Glory rides continue this week and every week now until September. 6am rolling from Memorial Square on Mondays and Fridays and Johnson’s Beach on Thursdays.

Monday night Ladies ride….Wednesday night beginner rides…..This Thursday is TT time!!!!

Tuesday Night continues to be our clubs “signature” ride night and continues to grow in popularity.  Great to see some cross over between those who regularly ride from downtown and those that ride from Sunnidale.  At the end of the day….we all are in the same club and we all love riding bikes!!  Stay tuned for future announcements on how we can get EVERYONE together on our signature night to rub shoulders (only while stopped!) with each other and get to know more fellow club members on and off the bike.  Tuesday night rides leaving at 6:30pm from Sunnidale Park and Memorial Square.

Please make sure you have a rear light on your bike for the ride back into town. Don’t forget that we’ll be meeting afterwards at Pie on the lakeshore for some social time, please join us.

Our full ride calendar is available online: 2015 BSCC Ride Calendar

Once more…..Volunteers – Ride Leaders – thank you for your help in making our club a safe and fun club.  On behalf of all the members, THANK YOU!!  If you are interested in volunteer, please let me know.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

Regards,

Graydon Oldfield
graydon@barriecycling.com

Club Events

BCC Safety – Always

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PLEASE READ – it’s a little longer…..but extremely important.  Safely riding is paramount with the Barrie Cycling Club.  We encourage any and all feedback and hope we all make an effort to put Safety First on all our rides. Here you go:

1. In an emergency (i.e. when there is a collision) dial 911 and emergency services will attend to you.

2. Barrie/Simcoe is a cycling friendly area and is doing a lot of work to improve the infrastructure and environment for cyclists. We have councillors, staff, and enforcement on our side.

3. Overall there has been a lack of information for both cyclists and drivers alike as to how to interact on the roads together. This is no fault of the Municipalities.  The responsibility lies with the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario. When drivers get frustrated on the roads remember that for years they have been told that roads are for cars. Cycling is still relatively new in Ontario and drivers are still going through an education period. While drivers have no right to try and harm you, yelling back at a driver does not improve the situation. Remain calm, get the driver’s name and/or license plate and report the incident to the authorities. Remember this, if you are confrontational and aggressive you are at fault as well.

4. If you encounter an issue with an enforcement officer politely ask for their names and badge number. Remember those at the top are onside with cycling. It is not our job as cyclists to discipline, that is the job of their superiors. I know it can be frustrating when you encounter a situation like this but encourage your members to stay calm. If you antagonize an enforcement officer no good can come from it. In fact, you are likely to get into trouble with enforcement and the person you are having issues with will not receive any disciplinary action. If, instead, you report such behaviour, disciplinary action will likely result.

Some helpful tips for club rides:

Ride in a neat formation. When you ride two abreast and tight-and-to-the-right, drivers can quickly and easily pass you. When formations are scattered and drivers can’t see beyond the cyclists, that’s when drivers get anxious and/or frustrated. We actually get an email every time a motorist makes a complaint, 80% of the time it’s when cars are unable to pass on narrow roads (like Ridge Rd.), cyclists are spreading 4 wide on climbs or 3-4 wide coming back into town.   The Collingwood Cycling Club did an excellent job in putting together some information surrounding this. Check it out:
http://www.collingwoodcyclingclub.ca/ride-participant-guidelines/
Also, check out a presentation by Sasha Gollish on the OCA website “Highway Traffic Act Slideshow”:
http://www.ontariocycling.org/clubsteams/general-and-oca-club-forms/ (scroll down about 2/3rds)

Our group rides are not a race.  The interests of the group will always take priority over the individual, and it is expected that all participants will ride/act in a way that considers the safety of the group first. If you are at the limit you need to move to the back of the group or consider a different pace group.  If you see someone riding erratically and putting people at risk it take the time to approach that rider in a friendly way, employing the BSCC spirit that the collective is bigger than any one individual, and politely/constructively bring attention to the area in question.  Teach don’t preach.  Speak, do not scream.  Befriend, do not be hostile.

If you are aware of a rider that is joining one of our rides that is not a BSCC member, those individuals need to be pointed out to a ride leader or BSCC board member.  The BSCC policy is members-only.  This is for our own protection  – members must have OCA insurance and it ensures we have a means to communicate with all riders when safety or individual behaviour is a concern.

OTHER NOTES:

  • No swarming cars at stoplights.  Maintain the 2-up format behind the last car or as you arrive at a red light intersection or stop sign.
  • Watch for lights – if there are 8 seconds or less on the counter stop the whole group. If the group gets split at the light…soft pedal until you are back together
  • Always assume someone is overlapping your wheel
  • Don’t overlap wheels
  • Ride in a straight line
  • Do not cross the yellow line.  EVER EVER EVER.
  • Keep your head up and look down the group, not at the wheel in front of you.
  • The length of your turn on the front is completely up to you and the rider beside you.  There is no such thing of too short of a pull.   Do NOT use your time on the front to put in your two-minute PR.   You don’t need to demonstrate your fitness on a group ride – save it for a sanctioned race.
  • LIGHTS – we should all have rear-blinking lights for all of our early morning and evening club rides.

Please read this article:  http://www.bikelaw.com/blog/lost-art-of-the-group-ride/.

We are ambassadors to the sport of cycling. We CAN be the difference in the cycling conversation in Ontario. Think of it as ‘we are drivers too.’ So when you are on your bike out riding behave in a way that sets aside from the rest, be the voice of positive change.

If you have any further questions or comments please reach out.  I am pleased to announce that our friend and fellow BCC Member Nigel Dewsbury has agreed to lead our Safety Committee.  Please feel free to reach out to either of us with comments, questions and constructive criticism that you feel will enhance and improve our rides!

Nigel can be reached at ndewsbury@gmail.com

Here’s to making the roads safer for cycling!

Regards,

Graydon Oldfield
graydon@barriecycling.com

Announcement

From the Saddle of the Chair

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Changes

My rain dance back-fired and I think the skies thought they should pour on me last night instead of breaking….too bad we missed another Tuesday night ride.

I wanted to take this opportunity to announce some changes.  As of January 2015 I was elected and took on the role of President/Chair of the Barrie Cycling Club.  I am thrilled to volunteer my time to ensure we all work together and continue to focus on enhancing the BCC Member experience.  There has been a terrific amount of feedback, suggestions and ideas that have come forward to the current board and we are working on the base of a strategic plan (taking all of your feedback and ideas) to present to you in the upcoming months.

A current change I would like to announce is that I (with a little help!) will be taking over all of the communication from previous President Robb Meier.  Going forward all club inquiries, communication, emails etc. can be sent directly to me atgraydon@barriecycling.com or to info@barriecycling.com where either myself or one of our fantastic volunteers will be able to respond to you immediately.

On behalf of the Barrie Cycling Club Board of Directors and members, I would like to thank Robb Meier for all the hard work he has done with moving the Barrie Cycling Club forward within our cycling community, the City of Barrie and the Simcoe County region over the last many years. Since taking the helm of the BCC in 2008, Robb sought out as many opportunities as he could to build the club, expand the breadth of the club and set the club up to be a leader and a benchmark for cycling clubs everywhere.  The passion and desire Robb has for cycling is undeniable…and his tireless efforts are truly appreciated.  THANK YOU.

I will be back to you shortly with some comments around my “Safety-Dance”!!!

Best regards,

Graydon Oldfield
graydon@barriecycling.com

Club Events

From the Saddle of the Chair – Changes

Comments Off on From the Saddle of the Chair – Changes 09 July 2015

My rain dance back-fired and I think the skies thought they should pour on me last night instead of breaking….too bad we missed another Tuesday night ride.

I wanted to take this opportunity to announce some changes.  As of January 2015 I was elected and took on the role of President/Chair of the Barrie Cycling Club.  I am thrilled to volunteer my time to ensure we all work together and continue to focus on enhancing the BCC Member experience.  There has been a terrific amount of feedback, suggestions and ideas that have come forward to the current board and we are working on the base of a strategic plan (taking all of your feedback and ideas) to present to you in the upcoming months.

A current change I would like to announce is that I (with a little help!) will be taking over all of the communication from previous President Robb Meier.  Going forward all club inquiries, communication, emails etc. can be sent directly to me at graydon@barriecycling.com or to info@barriecycling.com where either myself or one of our fantastic volunteers will be able to respond to you immediately.

On behalf of the Barrie Cycling Club Board of Directors and members, I would like to thank Robb Meier for all the hard work he has done with moving the Barrie Cycling Club forward within our cycling community, the City of Barrie and the Simcoe County region over the last many years. Since taking the helm of the BCC in 2008, Robb sought out as many opportunities as he could to build the club, expand the breadth of the club and set the club up to be a leader and a benchmark for cycling clubs everywhere.  The passion and desire Robb has for cycling is undeniable…and his tireless efforts are truly appreciated.  THANK YOU.

I will be back to you shortly with some comments around my “Safety-Dance”!!!

Best regards,

Graydon Oldfield
graydon@barriecycling.com

Club Events, Development & Racing, Group Rides, Ladies Rides, Learn to Group Ride Program, MTB Rides

This week’s Club rides

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Hey Everyone,

Thanks to everyone who came out to help and support Pedal Fest on Saturday. Those of you who didn’t come out, really missed an incredible day of racing, and some amazing local music. We’re already planning for next year’s event to make it bigger and better!

The weather looks good for all of our Club rides this week, starting with tonight’s ladies ride leaving from Johnson’s Beach at 630pm.
Tonight also kicks off our first MTB ride of the season. Departing from the SCDSB building in Midhurst at 7pm.

Our Morning Glory rides continue this week and every week now until September. 6am start from Memorial Square, except for Thursdays, which begin from Johnson’s Beach. These rides feature a structured ride and route each day of the week, check the calendar for full details. Expect a social pace, but once on the circuit for the day people will ride their own pace until it’s time to regroup and head back downtown for coffee at Local Foods Mart.

Our Tuesday evening rides are intended for experienced cyclists who have ridden in a group and are able to maintain about a 28kph pace downtown, and a 31kph pace out of Sunnidale. Please make sure you have a rear light on your bike for the ride back into town. Don’t forget that we’ll be meeting afterwards at Pie on the lakeshore for some social time, join us.

Our Wednesday evening intro ride is the place to come if you’re new to group cycling, or road biking in general. This ride will leave nobody behind and will last from 1.5-2 hours. We had the largest group ever for this ride last week, it’s so exciting watching it swell with awesome cyclists!

Thursday evening is our second crit training session of the year. This ride takes place on our south end Crit course (King & Reid St) and starts at 7pm running for an hour. We had a great group out two weeks ago and look forward to even more this week.

Saturday morning the Morning Glory ride leaving at 7am, and another ride departs at a more reasonable 9am from downtown Barrie.

Saturday is also Celebrate Barrie, and we’ll be on-site all day with trainer races and our Joyride Skills Course. Bring the family and join us for some pedal powered fun! Please email Brendan Matheson if you’re able to help us out.

Sunday brings our touring ride, join us for this 2-3 hour tour leaving from downtown’s Memorial Square at 9am.

Our full ride calendar is available online: 2015 BSCC Ride Calendar

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

cheers,
robb

Announcement, Charitable Events, Club Events, Development & Racing, Group Rides, Ladies Rides, MTB Rides, Time Trial Series, Youth Race

Pedal Fest and this week’s Club rides

Comments Off on Pedal Fest and this week’s Club rides 25 May 2015

hey everyone,

I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what Pedal Fest is, so here’s a run down on it first and foremost.
Pedal Fest is the evolution of the Youth Cup race we’ve hosted for the past 6yrs. The youth portion is for kids aged 10-16 and includes a time trial and then a road race. Last year we added a women’s only road race, and this year we’ve added para-cycling races in three categories (handcycling, trikes and tandem bikes with blind riders), a community walk, roll & wheel around the race course lead by Graeme Murray an Olympic Gold Medallist! Afterwards, there are a men’s & ladies criterium races (road race around a short course, 1.6km in this case) that will finish underneath lights. We’ve got dj’s playing tunes all day, and live bands beginning around 3pm with Stonetrotter and Lost Cousins rounding out the evening. We’ve also got some food trucks that will be on-site to keep people fed. We’ve got a cash prize purse of $2000 for the Men’s and Ladies Criterium, with equal purses for both races. We’ve also just learned that five-time World Champion Shelley Gauthier will be attending from 8-10am on Saturday!

We are still in need of some volunteers to help throughout the day, please sign up and help support our event!

Our Morning Glory rides continue to be strongest on Thursday and Friday. Continuing this week the Thursday ride will begin from Johnson’s Beach. We need to hear from you about the Mon-Wed rides. If these rides are of interest to you, please respond to this email and let us know.

Tonight’s ladies ride will hopefully be rolling from Johnson’s Beach at 6:30pm. We’ll make the call by 4:30 using our Twitter account.

Tomorrow’s rides from Memorial Square downtown and Sunnidale Park will be departing at 6:30pm and the weather looks to be fantastic! Please bring a red light for the back of your bike, and join us at Pie Wood Pizza on the Lakeshore for some social time after the rides!

Our Wednesday evening intro ride has been growing every week which is great to see. Leaving from Johnson’s Beach at 6:30pm, this is the place to come if you’re new to group cycling, or road biking in general. This ride will leave nobody behind and will last around 2 hours.

Thursday night is the first 15k Time Trial of the season. We do need some help for registration and timing. These TTs are included with your Club membership, and are a great way to track your improvements over the course of a season. The Ingram Road course is glassy smooth and nearly flat. Come out and give it a shot. First rider off at 7pm, please register by 645.

Saturday morning’s rides have been taken off the calendar for this week, as we need the help for Pedal Fest. They will return next week!

Sunday brings our touring ride, join us for this 2-3 hour tour leaving from downtown’s Memorial Square at 9am.

Our full ride calendar is available online: 2015 BSCC Ride Calendar

Celebrate Barrie is coming up on Saturday June 6, and we’ll be offering a bike rodeo, some computrainer racing and our Joyride 150 skills course. If you can spare a couple of hours to help man the area, it would be appreciated. Please email Brendan Matheson if you’re able to help us out.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

cheers,
robb

Announcement, Club Events, Group Rides, Interclub Race Series, Ladies Rides, Time Trial Series

This week’s Club Rides

Comments Off on This week’s Club Rides 19 May 2015

Fellow Club Members,

I’m a day late in getting this out (again), I blame the long weekend. What a beauty of an evening it was for last night’s ladies ride!

Our Morning Glory rides continue this week and every week now until September. 6am start from Memorial Square. Structured ride and route each day of the week, check the calendar for full details. Expect a social pace, but once on the circuit for the day people will ride their own pace until it’s time to regroup and head back downtown for coffee at Local Foods Mart. We have not had much uptake on the Mon-Wed rides. If we don’t see more people coming out, we may remove some of these rides from the Calendar.

Our evening rides roll back to a start time of 6:30pm for the duration of the season beginning tonight!

Tonight we’ll be riding from both Memorial Square downtown and Sunnidale Park at 6:30. Downtown is a more social pace, around 28 kph or so, while Sunnidale rides typically average in the low 30s. Please bring a red light for the back of your bike, and join us at Pie Wood Pizza on the Lakeshore for some social time after the rides!

Our Wednesday evening intro ride is also moving back to a 6:30pm start time. Leaving from Johnson’s Beach. This is the place to come if you’re new to group cycling, or road biking in general. This ride will leave nobody behind and will last around 2 hours.

Saturday morning the Morning Glory ride leaves from Memorial Square at 7am, and another ride departs at a more reasonable 9am from downtown Barrie.

Sunday is the second interclub race of the season, this time on the vaunted Beeton course. Starting/Parking at the New Tecumseth South Central Public School at the corner of the 10th and 5th. Racing starts at 10am.

Sunday also brings our touring ride, join us for this 2-3 hour tour leaving from downtown’s Memorial Square at 9am.

Our full ride calendar is available online: 2015 BSCC Ride Calendar

A reminder that PedalFest is happening on Saturday May 30. The Provinces first fully-inclusive cycling event. We are in need of people to help throughout the day, please sign up.

Celebrate Barrie is coming up on Saturday June 6, and we’ll be offering a bike rodeo, some computrainer racing and our Joyride 150 skills course. If you can spare a couple of hours to help man the area, it would be appreciated. Please email Brendan Matheson if you’re able to help us out.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

cheers,
robb

Announcement, Clothing Update, Club Events, Group Rides, Interclub Race Series, Ladies Rides, Social Night

This Weeks Club Rides

Comments Off on This Weeks Club Rides 12 May 2015

Hey Everyone,

Thanks to all of you who came out for our first Club Social of the year last Thursday evening at Donaleighs. Was great to see so many people out, even if it was hard to recognize many of you without your bike helmet and bikes! We have a number of jerseys left to give out, and are just working out details of how to best do this. If there is an appetite for another social evening this week, we’re open to it, but need to have an idea of how many people this would work for first. Please reply back if this sounds good, otherwise stay tuned and we’ll announce alternate arrangements ASAP.

I’m a day late in getting this out, but last night’s ladies ride got off without a drop of rain!

It looks like we have a warm week ahead of us, great timing for the Morning Glory rides to kick-off this week!

Our Morning Glory rides continue this week and every week now until September. 6am start from Memorial Square. Structured ride and route each day of the week, check the calendar for full details. Expect a social pace, but once on the circuit for the day people will ride their own pace until it’s time to regroup and head back downtown for coffee at Local Foods Mart.

Our Tuesday evening rides are intended for experienced cyclists who have ridden in a group and are able to maintain about a 28kph pace downtown, and a 31kph pace out of Sunnidale. Please make sure you have a rear light on your bike for the ride back into town. Don’t forget that we’ll be meeting afterwards at Pie on the lakeshore for some social time, join us. Hoping for dry roads today, but please watch our Twitter for updates around 4pm.

Our Wednesday evening intro ride is the place to come if you’re new to group cycling, or road biking in general. This ride will leave nobody behind and will last from 1.5-2 hours. We had the largest group ever for this ride last week, it’s so exciting watching it swell with awesome cyclists!

Saturday morning the Morning Glory ride leaving at 7am, and another ride departs at a more reasonable 9am from downtown Barrie.

Sunday brings our touring ride, join us for this 2-3 hour tour leaving from downtown’s Memorial Square at 9am. Next Sunday marks the second Interclub of the season, hosted by the NECC on their storied Beeton race course. This route features a couple of decent climbs per lap and some of the most scenic views of all our races. Racing starts at 10am.

Our full ride calendar is available online: 2015 BSCC Ride Calendar

A reminder that PedalFest is happening on Saturday May 30. The Provinces first fully-inclusive cycling event. We are in need of people to help throughout the day, please sign up.

Celebrate Barrie is coming up on Saturday June 6, and we’ll be offering a bike rodeo, some computrainer racing and our Joyride 150 skills course. If you can spare a couple of hours to help man the area, it would be appreciated. Please email Brendan Matheson if you’re able to help us out.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

cheers,
robb

Announcement, Clothing Update, Club Events, Club News, Group Rides, Interclub Race Series, Ladies Rides, Meeting, Social Night

This weeks Club Activities

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Sending out a huge thank-you all of our volunteers who came out today to help with the Oro Short Interclub race!

A further reminder that in order to participate on any of our group rides, you must be a Club member. Riding without membership jeopardizes everyone else’s insurance coverage. Everyone received their membership card along with the emailed receipt from CCN. Please print this out and bring it with you to every ride. Our ride coordinators will be asking to see them, and failure to show it will mean you’re not able to ride with the group.

It looks like we have a warm week ahead of us, great timing for the Morning Glory rides to kick-off this week!

Monday morning is the official start to this year’s morning rides, beginning at 6am from Fred Grant Square. The plan for Monday mornings is hills. These rides will be leaving from downtown each day of the work week, with a 7am departure on Saturday mornings. Check out our ride calendar for more details on these rides. Expect a social pace, but once on the circuit for the day people will ride their own pace until it’s time to regroup and head back downtown for coffee at Local Foods Mart.

Tomorrow night’s ladies ride is meant for cyclists who have group riding experience, and are comfortable maintaining a pace of 22-25kph. This ride departs from Johnson’s Beach parking lot at 6pm. There is parking available at NoFrills as well.

Our Tuesday evening rides are also intended for experienced cyclists who have ridden in a group and are able to maintain about a 28kph pace downtown, and a 31kph pace out of Sunnidale. Also please make sure you have a rear light on your bike for the ride back into town. Don’t forget that we’ll be meeting afterwards at Pie on the lakeshore for some social time, join us.

The Wednesday evening intro ride is the place to come if you’re new to group cycling, or road biking in general. This ride will leave nobody behind and will last from 1.5-2 hours. Last week we had a great group out, don’t wait to join, come on out this week!

Thursday night we’re going to host a Club social night at Donaleighs and hand out the jerseys which were pre-ordered with early season memberships. We may have a very small number of excess jerseys on hand, so if you missed out, come to the social to snag one!

Saturday morning we have the aforementioned Morning Glory ride leaving at 7am, and another ride leaving at a more reasonable 9am from downtown Barrie.

Sunday brings our touring ride back after a one-week hiatus. Join us for this 2-3 hour tour leaving from downtown’s Memorial Square at 9am.

Our full ride calendar is available online: 2015 BSCC Ride Calendar

A reminder that PedalFest is happening on Saturday May 30. The Provinces first fully-inclusive cycling event. We are in need of people to help throughout the day, please sign up.

Celebrate Barrie is coming up on Saturday June 6, and we’ll be offering a bike rodeo, some computrainer racing and our Joyride 150 skills course. If you can spare a couple of hours to help man the area, it would be appreciated. Please email Brendan Matheson if you’re able to help us out.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter: @BarrieCycling and like us on facebook too: /BarrieCycling.

cheers,
robb

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