Club Cycliste Beaconsfield
You may have noticed that we have been removing scheduled rides from the calendar as we await to get a green light for group rides. We still don't have a definite date yet, nor do we have a definite update on solo cycling limitations. CCB will provide an update when definite information becomes available. In the meantime, we will be starting our CCB clinics using Webex, which allows you to join our clinics from your home (with voice and video).
first clinic will be a RideWithGPS tutorial on May 20, given by
Past-President Francois Durocher. It covers the basics of how to access
and use CCB's route maps as well as tips and tricks on how to optimize your GPS use.
Remember, on any club ride, ALL riders are expected to bring with them a
map (electronic or paper) so that they can follow the designated route.
The topic of this first clinic of the season appears quite popular based on feedback from the Facebook Private Group Poll. In order to serve you better, we intend to hold a second session at a later date. More information on this second session is to come.
A future clinic will be a presentation on eBikes, with the intent of helping familiarize CCB members with what types of eBikes there are and where the eBike industry is currently going.
take this opportunity to remind all 2020 registered CCB members to
please join our CCB Official Private Facebook Group (launched in April
2020) for the latest information from the CCB. We are slowly
transitioning members from the CCB Facebook Public page to the CCB Private page group so we may ’speak directly' with our members about club related topics.
Please note the function of each CCB communication tool:
Club Cycliste Beaconsfield PO Box 40503 Kirkland PO, Kirkland, QC H9H 5G8