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New Bridges at the Hydrocut

Posted June 11, 2012 by WCC Administrator

Enjoy the new bridges that have been installed on the Double Bypass and Bride trails. The work crew spent the Sunday morning on the location. It was quite disappointing to see all the riders that came through riding the very muddy trails. We politely told each cyclist that riding in such conditions wrecks the trails […]

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Trail Counter Vandalism and Information

Posted June 6, 2012 by WCC Administrator

Our trail traffic counters fell victim to some vandalism. Fortunately the actual counters were spared.

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Complimentary support to all WCC Riders @ Hardwood Hills OCup c/o Alex Sanna – SRS Soigneur

Posted May 31, 2012 by WCC Administrator

Waterloo Cycling Club has retained the services of Alex Sanna of SRS Soigneur for  this Sunday’s OCup #3 at Hardwood Hills.  The WCC would like to extend this complimentary offer to all WCC Members participating in the event.  Riders will have the use of shelter/tents (WCC/SRS Soigneur), use of trainers to warm up and espresso.  Basically, […]

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New Entrance to Frankenstein!

Posted May 21, 2012 by WCC Administrator

A new entrance to the Frankenstein Trail has been created. The old two-way entrance/exit is only an EXIT now. The first picture shows the old entrance that’s changed in to an exit (see the Wrong Way sign). The entrance is just to the right of the rocks shown in the pictures. The second picture show […]

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Exciting New Facelift for Frankenstein Trail

Posted May 17, 2012 by WCC Administrator

The Frankenstein Trail is finally getting some attention! The annoying and persistent wet spots are being eliminated for good. While at it, we are using the opportunity to make the trail smoother, faster, and always a bit longer. Look for new culverts and burms; some already there and more to come. The burms are much […]

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