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hill climbing 101
Going to Cyclon? Looking to tackle the rolling hills in Mennonite country and the climbs around the Elora Gorge? This program is for you. TBN member Ray Gubala, who has extensive racing experience, will give you practical tips on gear selection, seating position and conserving energy during this small group "hands-on" session at High Park. For more information on this always-popular event, and to register, click here.
TOOGOOD POND PICNIC 2019
TBN members are gearing up once again for our annual BBQ lunch at Toogood Pond in Markham on Aug. 11. Rides will be available at different levels. Rides leave from various locations and pause for a free barbeque lunch before returning to the starting point. For more information on this always-popular event, and to register, click here.
join us at tbn's cyclon weekendCyclon® is back for its 33rd year, Aug. 2-5 at our base from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont. A 3-day cycle touring mini-vacation, Cyclon is TBN's premier annual event. Visiting cyclists will be able to enjoy rides along the Grand River, pass traditional Mennonite farms, and follow country routes to famous local landmarks including St. Jacob’s Market and Elora Gorge. For more information click here. (Registration is closed for accommodation. Those who have registered have until July 31 to register for Saturday Dinner Options).
join us for a goderich getawayEnjoy a weekend cycling near the shores of Lake Huron. You will be staying at comfortable Camp Kintail, near Goderich. Cycle on quiet country roads through gentle terrain. Approximate riding distances are 50 to 80 kms daily. We need minimum of 15 registrants signed up by July 2 for the trip to go ahead. For more information click here.
New trip ideas?
Contact Jeannie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions for a trip or if you wish to lead one. Trip leaders have their fees paid by TBN.
Report Bike Parking Issues
The City of Toronto has launched a free web app called BikeSpace to collect data from cyclists to help improve bicycle parking. Using the BikeSpace app, cyclists can highlight areas where new bike parking is needed and report broken and full bike racks, as well as spots occupied by abandoned bikes. Download it to your smartphone from the Apple or Google app stores.
TBN MOBILE Applications
TBN has a free iPhone and Android app displaying upcoming rides with a single click. Open up the Apple AppStore or Android PlayStore and look for "Toronto Bicycling Network." Iif you would like to use a mobile browser instead, please bookmark our mobile-friendly site. You can reach the mobile site by clicking here.
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