Buckwallow Weekend in Gravenhurst. Aug 24/25/26. Bike/camp/eat/repeat.
Tour de Headwaters. Hospital charity ride. Sat Sep 15th. Inglewood area. BBQ follows at Caledon Hills Cycling.
Charity road ride supporting Dufferin Hospice. Sun Sep 23rd.
20th Anniversary Clothing 2018
Sunday road rides begin and finish at Caledon Hills Cycling (the bike shop) in Inglewood.
Sportif, Classic,GT, Easy Rollers and Beginners all depart promptly at 09:00. Departure time changes will be communicated in advance or posted on the calendar.
We will try and post ride routes the Wednesday before so check the calendar for details.
Need more details? View our Road Rides page for help.
There are no official club rides on holiday weekends.
You must be a member of the Caledon Cycling Club to participate in any rides. If you plan to sign up the day of a ride, please arrive early so groups can depart on time.
Ride cancellations will be communicated via the website and/or Twitter.
Open to levels 2 and up.
Mitch Hall has volunteered to lead level 2 rides in Palgrave all this season as he did last year.
Palgrave rides depart and finish at the TRCA Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area which is off of Duffy's Lane between Finnerty Side Road and Patterson Side Road.
Please don't leave any valuables in your car. While incidents are isolated, there have been cars broken in to while parked in either lot at Palgrave. Please be aware.
Our regular Monday evening club rides are always at Albion Hills Conservation Area.
All groups meet, start and finish their rides in the Elmview parking lot. Rides depart promptly at 6:30 so do arrive early so you aren't left behind.
There are no official club rides on long holiday weekends.
Please watch the website for ride status updates and cancellations.
Our Wednesday club rides rotate among our venues and are generally open to levels 2 and up.
We meet for, begin and finish our rides in the Caledon Trailways (rail trail) parking lot.
The Erin Trails are open to members of the Caledon Cycling Club only so please carry your membership card with you when riding there as proof of membership. If you ride the Erin Trails and are not a member of the club, you are trespassing.
There are no official club rides on Sundays or Mondays of long holiday weekends.
We're riding Dufferin County Forest just north of Mansfield. This is a 2-3 hour ride for Levels 2+. Meet in the main tract parking lot. Bring some food and beverages for after. Chairs are also a good idea.
Buckwallow Cycling Centre is a privately owned MTB park near Gravenhurst with 30 kms of high quality trails that are designed for various ability levels. We're staying at the KOA Campground next door. You'll need camping gear and your own food. Gravenhurst and Bracebridge are nearby in case you want to eat there or stay at a motel. We can also arrange to loan you a tent and use our community BBQ.
Please register for this event so we can reserve a group campsite.
Check in time is 2 pm on Friday. Check out is 11 am on Sunday.
We'll be collecting about $20 pp per night at the campsite so you don't have to go to the camp office. Bring cash.
We're in the group camping/picnic area by the pavilion at the front of the property.
Some items you may need: chair, bug spray, flash light, bike lock, water for camelbak, bathing suit and towel for potential trip to High Falls. There is no electricity at the site so ensure your devices are fully charged.
There will be a communal BBQ and coffee maker available.
Rides are scheduled for Friday at 4 pm and Saturday at 10 am. You must purchase a $12 trail pass from the bike shop which is located beside the campground. KOA customers get a discount. Buckwallow is small and very well marked. You can find your way around without a leader. Here's a trail map
Here's the KOA site for directions and a campground map.
Headwaters Hospital will be hosting their 4th annual cycling event through the picturesque hills of Caledon. The event starts at the Inglewood Arena and afterward there is a BBQ at Caledon Hills Cycling. Usually there are about 200 riders and 30 are CCC members.
This fundraising ride for cyclists of all abilities was created to support Headwaters Hospital and is dedicated to the memory of community member and avid cyclist, Paula Coats.
Choose a 101.5K or 50K Road Route or a 25K Family Friendly Trail Route. The club will also offer a longer MTB route to its members.
The fundraising goal for this year is $50,000 which will be designated for the the purchase of medical equipment.
More info and sign up here.
Treasurer John Island will be stepping down from his position this year. Help us find a new treasurer. Please volunteer or recommend someone for this position.
Maintain club bank account. Record all income and expenses. Pay suppliers.
Report on yearly finances to executive & membership.
Responding to membership questions and concerns.
Collection of completed memberships and dues from shop and rides.
Attend 3-4 club executive meetings each year.
Attend 4 sign-up days at the shop every March/April.
Design and purchase of clothing, tents, stickers and CCC swag.
The duties of the CCC club executive is flexible. All positions can be tailored to suit.