Tag: cycling

Collingwood Collective Racing

As Collingwood Collective Racing continues to pedal forward, it does so with the community’s heart beating strong at its core, promising a brighter, more inclusive future for youth cycling. 
By Cara Williams, photography by Jody Wilson 

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United We Ride

A diverse group of cyclists face challenges, conquer fears and discover the power of unity on an epic ride through the No Winter Maintenance bikepacking route.

Words by Robin Todd, photography by Jody Wilson

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Spring Pedals

It’s cycling season! Before you head out this spring, ensure a safe and successful return to the bike with a few key tips and recommendations from local experts.

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Shifting Gears (Due to COVID)

While the global pandemic has injected an air of the unknown into our society of late, it’s also served as a reminder of the many benefits of outdoor recreation like cycling—it connects us, improves our health, reduces our stress levels in times of uncertainty and allows us to see the world in new and unexpected ways.

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Groadies – Gravel Cycling on the Escarpment

Over the past decade, Southern Georgian Bay has established itself as a hot bed for all types of cycling. With a calendar full of local events, plenty of single track trails, long steep paved climbs and endless gravel roads, it’s a playground for mountain bikers, road riders and now a new generation of cyclists; “gravel grinders” or “groadies”.

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FROST WARNING

With over 75 career starts, 27-year-old competitive downhill mountain biker James “Frosty” Frost has been representing Canada, and his hometown of The Blue Mountains, on the world stage as a member of the Canadian Team competing on the Union Cycliste International (UCI) Elite World Cup.

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