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Printed Map for The Hydrocut – only $10

Posted April 10, 2017 by Hydrocut Admin

The Trails Committee has been asked a lot if there’s a printed map available for The Hydrocut trails.  Well… now there is!  For only $10, you can purchase a foldable, waterproof printed map. Small enough to fit in your jersey pocket! It shows all 26 (!) trails, plus Kids’ Trails and trail difficulty ratings. The […]

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Hydrocut Trailday

Posted April 6, 2017 by Hydrocut Admin

Introducing Deevo Trail! To be built on Trail Day – April 23rd.   Sign up below to help!  Anyone can come out and lend a hand — no trail building skills required.  Can you rake the lawn?  Then you can give us a hand.   WCC Trail Day Signup

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New MTB Ride: Thursday Intermediate/Advanced Skills

Posted April 6, 2017 by WCC Administrator

Check out the new Mountain Bike ride that’s been organized in partnership with Speed River Cycling Club.  First ride is planned for Thursday April 13th. Thursday Intermediate/Advanced Skills  

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Hydrocut Trail Day — Sunday April 23rd

Posted April 5, 2017 by Hydrocut Admin

What is that hiding in the forest behind the tree?  A Trail Gnome, or an Trail Crew worker who needs your help building more trails at the Hydrocut?! Come on out on April 23rd and help us build some new trails.  Sign up at the Link Below: WCC Trail Day Signup We are planning on […]

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The Hydrocut: Most Popular Mountain Bike Trails in Ontario!

Posted March 8, 2017 by Hydrocut Admin

The popular website Singletracks, which is a great reference for mountain biking (including a vast library of trails across North America) has rated The Hydrocut as the most popular mountain bike trail system in Ontario! Here’s the link with the article:  https://www.singletracks.com/blog/mtb-trails/most-popular-mountain-bike-trails-in-the-us-and-canada-state-by-state-2016/ And here’s the map:

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