It's not just about the riding; it's equally about the scenery. The goal of our group is cycle the most beautiful countryside in southern Ontario within an hour's drive from Toronto. Every Wednesday from late March until late November we ride through the fertile landscapes of Toronto's agricultural hinterland, up and down the rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine, and in and around the remarkable landforms of the Niagara Escarpment.
Our starting points vary weekly from Markham to Keswick, and from Campbellville to Courtice. Short and long (60 to 90 km) routes are offered each week.
We welcome TBN members to join us anytime (click here to be added to our mailing list.) Since we do not ride with a "sag-wagon" or a "sweep", riders should be prepared to keep a "Tourist" pace (upwards of 20 kph) so as not to fall behind. Though we try to ensure that all riders have a companion on the route, this isn't always possible and so we ask that all riders come prepared to be self-sufficient. As a minimum, this means they should be able to read maps and fix a flat tire on the side of the road.
For more information, please contact the Wednesday Wheelie coordinators, at email@example.com.