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    Off to Lake of the Mountain - 2016

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    Andy burning-up the road

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    Riders on Deer Ridge at HIghway 2

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    Riders arrive at Horne's Ferry dock

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    Riders at Upper Brewers Mills Lock

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    Opinicon Road in the spring.

The Road Ahead  : Upcoming Rides

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Latest Updates

This week's rides

The map for the Canada Day ride to Bath has been posted.on the "Ride with GPS" site. See the Routes and Maps page for additional details.

BACK to the BASICS Series – getting comfortable in the saddle (again)!

Are you ready to get on the bike and stretch your legs, but not too sure you are up to the pace or distance of the regular club rides?? This 6-week series will start on bike paths and back roads at a relaxed pace. We want you to get comfortable on your bike, and through gradual increases in distance, terrain and skill training, to develop your riding level so you can join our regular rides with confidence and enjoyment! Come for all or join when your can!

These rides are open to KVC and non-KVC members. However, non-KVC members are expected to join the club after a 2-ride trial, if they decide to continue to participate in these back-to-basics or regular club rides.

  • Tuesday evenings @ 6, June 14 to July 19
  • Start and end – Martello Tower (King St. West at Barrie St)
  • End Time – 8 PM (max)

New Ride Maps and Routes

Ride with GPS is now here! See the Routes and Maps page for additional details. All club members should have received an email invitation to join the Ride with GPS service to gain access to the Kingston Velo Club page. If you are a member and did not receive an invitation, please contact Wayne Bower. A link to the KVC Club Page on "Ride with GPS" has been added on the left menu bar next to the Facebook link.

Website Page Updates

A new KVC Ride Sign-in Sheet and Guest Waiver form has been posted -- see the Ride Leader Info page.

An update on the Extended Tour page provides information on the multi-day tours and a look back on 10 years of KVC Cycle Touring, including details on the upcoming 2016 weeklong tour.

2016 Membership Application Information

The 2016 membership drive is on now. Try out the new online registration process. Additional details and registration are available on the Membership Page

10th Annual Limestone Century Bicycle Tour - 11 September 2016

Challenge yourself on this non-competitive classic century bicycle tour through the quiet roads of Frontenac, Lennox & Addington and Prince Edward Counties. 100 mile route traverses the Canadian Shield, includes a ferry crossing, and follows the Lake Ontario shore on the return. Each of our 100 mile, 100 km and 40 km routes pass through picturesque and historic towns in Southeastern Ontario. More information and registration will be available soon.

KVC 2015 AGM Minutes

The 2015 AGM minutes have been posted. They are DRAFT only since they will need be approved at the 2016 AGM.

KVC Facebook Group

A Facebook group has been created to allow members of the KVC to share information related to their activities in the club. It was set up as a public Facebook group to publicize KVC events and activities with the general public. However, membership, and therefore the ability to post information in this Facebook group will be limited to members of the Kingston Velo Club. Click on the Facebook link to the left to access the group.

Members of the KVC who have a Facebook account, please request membership to the KVC Facebook group and start posting information and photos from the past riding season. Let's show everyone the benefits and fun in being a member of the Kingston Velo Club.

JERSEYS

If you're interested in a club jersey, send an e-mail Robert (rtolley@theiet.org) to see if  one in your size is still available.  Only $65 for members ($80 for non-members).


DISCOUNTS

Local cycle stores offer discounts from 10% to 15% to KVC members, click on the Sponsors Page for details.


KCAT City Cycling Map  Available

The Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation (KCAT) and Public Health have published a Kingston urban cycling route map.

Direct link to a PDF of the map is here.