sam. 21 octobre à 16:00
Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)
NEW DATE - SAT. OCT. 21, 2017
It is time for the annual Autumn cycle up and down the hills of the Foymount area. This year I have a new new route that will be approx. 77kms.
This ride is for cyclists that are comfortable cycling on hilly roads with traffic and can cycle for 4-5 hours.
This ride starts outside of Ottawa, near the village of Cormac (about 20 kms west of Eganville, down Hwy #512), at 10:00 AM. We will start from a small municipal park, called "Cormac Park", about 500m East of the village. Google says this is a 1 hr. 45 min. drive from the St. Laurent shopping centre in Ottawa, so plan to leave accordingly.
Our anticipated pace will be 23-25 kms/hr (slower when going up the hills and way faster when going down).
There are no public bathroom facilities nor stores for food purchases, that I know of on this route. There may be a corner store in Quadeville but not a guarantee. So stop in Renfrew or Eganville for your bathroom break and please come prepared with all the drinks and food you will need for the ride.
If there is interest, after the ride we can stop in Renfrew for a bite to eat. The Rocky Mountain House has pretty good Schnitzels.
If you need a ride or can offer to share a ride, post a comment. Hopefully another participant can help you out. Don't forget to chip in a few dollars for expenses.
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