King Street Cycles presents the Hyrdrocut Hustle
Enjoy the cycling trails of Waterloo, great food, and warm up at the region’s premier Fatbike event
To many people, a bicycle is a means of transportation. But that doesn’t change the fact that it is also a fun activity that can challenge you amidst a scenic country backdrop you simply can’t enjoy while sitting behind a steering wheel.
On February 25, 2018, bike enthusiasts from far and wide will converge on Waterloo, Ontario, for the fourth annual Hydrocut Hustle, a fatbike ride through a rustic winter landscape on some of the best off-road trails in southern Ontario.
Story and (most) photos by Robert Zaichkowski
Huge turn out for the 2018 Coldest Day of the Year Ride
With rides starting from all ends of the city, over 100 turn out to show support for year-round bike infrastructure
No winter is complete for Toronto’s cycling community without Cycle Toronto’s annual Coldest Day of the Year Ride. This year marks the first time the ride started east of the Don River (at Alexander the Great Parkette) to show support for bike lanes on Danforth Avenue. Roughly two hundred people rode their bikes in the snow and temperatures of -5 Celsius. Continue reading
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