Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Sep
11
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Sep
4
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Aug
30
7:00 PM19:00

Time Trial Series

 

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
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Aug
28
6:30 PM18:30

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Aug
28
6:30 PM18:30

Interclub Time Trial

Just a reminder that, in addition to our 3 Interclub Aussie Pursuit races, we also have a 15KM TT as part of the Interclub events. As in past years, we will be holding it at the BCC Ingram Road smooth, flat, fast, and quiet course, where riders should expect to attain their best 15KM time of the season.

We have it planned for Tuesday August 28th at 6:30 pm sharp (plan to arrive by 6:00 pm for warmup and sign-in. There is no charge for this event. We have a rain date of Thursday August 30th at the same time and place in the event of cancellation on the 28th.

This event is open to all members of the NECC, BCC, and CCC clubs regardless if you have a TT bike or not, as we have TT bike and road bike categories. This race is for bragging rights only and does not count towards the end of season prizes for the Interclub Pursuit races which will be handed out at the last pursuit event of the season on Sunday September 10th at the Barrie club's Horseshoe Valley event.

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Aug
23
7:00 PM19:00

Time Trial Series

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
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Aug
21
6:30 PM18:30

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Aug
16
7:00 PM19:00

Time Trial Series

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
View Event →
Aug
14
6:30 PM18:30

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Aug
9
7:00 PM19:00

Thursday Night Time Trial

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
View Event →
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Aug
2
7:00 PM19:00

Time Trial Series

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
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Jul
31
6:30 PM18:30

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Time Trial Series

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
View Event →
Jul
24
6:30 PM18:30

Tuesday Night Ride

The Tuesday night ride is the most popular weekly Barrie Cycling Club event. All rides will start at Sunnidale Park. Members only. Memberships can be purchased here: http://www.barriecycling.com/join/.

Start Time: 6:30 pm 

A Group:

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed 35 km/h +
  • Distance ranges between 60 - 80 kms

B Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 31 - 34 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 50 - 70 kms

C Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 28 - 31 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms

D Group:  

  • Starting at Sunnidale Park, Barrie
  • Average speed ranges between 24 - 28 km/h
  • Distance ranges between 30 - 50 kms
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Jul
21
10:00 AM10:00

Eugenia Interclub

InterClub Pursuit 2 - Sat, July 21 - 10:00am - Eugenia (CCC) (Results)

  • Parking and registration is at the Eugenia Falls Emporium  located on Grey Rd 13 in Eugenia, 194355 Grey Rd 13.

  • New for Eugenia -- As an added feature every registrant will be given a ticket worth $6 which can be used at the Emporium (store/restaurant) for food and drinks.

All races to begin at 10:00 am sharp

$5.00 entry fee

snacks and beverages will be provided by the host club

All races will be Aussie Pursuits with start times handicapped to the ability of each group of racers

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Jul
19
7:00 PM19:00

Time Trial Series

Time Trial Series

Time: 7pm

Members Only: barriecycling.com/join

Location: Ingram Side Road, just off of Hwy 93. 

Parking: Bottom of 4th line parking lot (Copeland Forest parking).

Distance: 15 km 

This year, we have instigated some major changes to the Thursday night Time Trial Series on Ingram Road. We think these changes should encourage a more regular and high turnout to the events.

  • We are changing the series from a bi-weekly to a weekly event. The BCC Time Trials will occur every Thursday. Races go – rain or shine. Only severe weather will cancel a race.
  • The series begin on Thursday May 31st and run to Thursday August 30th. Fourteen races in total.
  • First racer is off the line at 7:00pm. Each rider starts individually on the signal from the volunteer timer with a one minute gap between start times.
  • Each participant will be given a helmet sticker for each race (easy peel-off) which will be placed at the front of their helmet. This affords easy identification of the rider at the finish line.
  • Participants will be categorized as “Time Trial” or “Eddy Merckx” (regular road bikes). If you put aero bars on your road bike, it will be classified as a Time Trial bike. You don’t need a fancy bike and pointy helmet to race a time trial.
  • All participants are welcome, no matter what level of rider you are. A prime initiative by the club is to introduce all levels of riders, especially beginners, to Time Trialing.
  • Time trials are about keeping track of your own time week by week with the objective of improving. Through regular time trials, all cyclists at all levels will learn the intricacies of improving their performance in a safe, inclusive environment.
  • Time trials are safe. Unlike road racing, it is almost impossible to crash into another rider when time trialing - and you cannot get dropped from a group.
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