As a cyclist, you may be interested in completing this survey on your cycling and cycle tourism activities in Ontario.
Further to John’s email this morning, here is a link to an article detailing the models affected and how to find your product and manufacturing code numbers.
The article goes on to say this…
“Despite their similar appearance, Shimano’s 105 chainsets are not affected by the recall, due to a cold-forged manufacturing process. Likewise, no 10-speed or 12-speed components are affected either.”
The TT on Wednesday August 23rd will be on the Annan North course, starting at 18:30.
Congratulations to all OSCC members who competed in Sunday’s triathlon!
Here is the Sun Times article.
You may already know, but the road from Oxenden to Lake Charles is totally chewed up. Not sure if they are planning tar and chip or pavement, but either way stay clear of it. You would need a fat tire bike to ride it.
Most of our emails go out to all of our subscribers. But some of our ride leaders send out email only to a specific interest group. We try to keep the database up to date, but the groups a member is interested in are best managed by the member.
You can do this using the form “Manage your email subscription & interests” that is top, right on every page of the web site. Even if you are already subscribed, you can enter your email address and check off the group or groups you are interested in.
There are currently three groups, but the Women’s Rides group is the one used the most.
Then click on the (poorly named) Subscribe button.
Some images from today’s gravel ride.
Taken at an undisclosed location so Julie’s envious followers won’t find it