TBN offers multi-day trips for cycling, cross-country skiing and camping, so join us for fun, social and athletic trips full of fresh air with your TBN friends.
For the upcoming 2017 cycling season, TBN is planning the following weekend trips.
Niagara Bike and Hike
Start your cycling season with a weekend in the Niagara area, cycling along the Welland Canal, visiting Niagara-on-the-Lake by bike with time for hiking on the Bruce Trail. You will stay in your own room at the Niagara College, cycle the quiet roads and trails of the Niagara Region. Registration is now open for members. Non-member registration starts March 26.
Toronto to Niagara to Toronto (TNTO)
This is an invigorating and challenging 2-day ride starting in Toronto or Stony Creek to Niagara Falls with an overnight in Niagara Falls and ride back to Toronto the next day. Registration for members start April 2nd. Non-member registration starts May 2nd.
Camping and Cycling Weekend Getaways
Two camping/cycling events are planned, one in July and one in August or September. Check back here for more information and for the start of registration.
Registration opens August 1st, 2017. Stay at the Fitz Hostel in Lion's Head for a hiking getaway weekend. The focus is hiking the Bruce trail each day. The entire Hostel has been booked for the weekend. This is a compact trip, the hostel only has room for 10 people - book early to avoid disappointment.
Wolf Den - Cross Country Skiing / Snowshoeing Weekend
February 02-04, 2018
Registration opens October 1st, 2017. Stay at the Wolf Den Bunkhouse 'n Cabins close to the entrance of Algonquin Park for a weekend of cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, or just relaxing.
Note: You must be registered to take part in these trips. They are not designed for day participants. For more information, and to register, click on the link to the right.
If you'd like to organize a trip, or get on the trips planning committee, please contact Jeannie Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org. - even better! Your feedback and discussion on existing trips and new trips are vital to the program.