Brampton Cycling Club Established 1972

Each year, the touring schedule starts on the last Saturday in March and continues until the last Saturday in October. For a complete listing of rides and other club events, please consult the events calendar.

Sundays

Sunday rides are casual, relaxed, morning rides that usually averages below 25 km/h. The group usually consists of a mix of Touring 1 and Touring 2 riders, but is open to any club member that will respect the pace. Departure is from the Sobey's plaza in Mississauga.

On the occasional Sundays, there will also be special events such as group riding clinics, skill clinic, hill climbing clinic, or century ride.


Tuesdays

The Touring 1 group has weekly evening rides from the Mayfield Community Centre in Caledon. Destination and leader maybe selected on the spot.


Wednesdays

There are two Wednesday morning rides. One set departs from Terra Cotta in Caledon, and the other set departs from Sobey's Plaza in Mississauga. Riders from any of the touring groups are welcomed. The riders maybe arranged in groups based on ability, speed, or other factors.


Thursdays

On Thursdays there are weekly evening rides for the Classic and Sportif groups. These rides are hard-paced rides and can average over 30 km/h. Departure is from the Mayfield Community Centre.


Saturdays

Saturday morning rides are the main club rides for all the touring groups. Each touring group starts at the same location but have the option of travelling different routes. The start location for these rides are rotated between the four main start locations. The Saturday morning rides have the greatest attendance of all the scheduled rides.


Holidays

In May, July, August, and September; there are scheduled holiday morning rides for each touring group from one of our regular start location. There is also a Good Friday ride.

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Ride Planner

Looking for a route? Use can use our local ride planner page or go directly to our Ride With GPS club page to search for a route. Our local page contains routes posted over the last several years from a variety of mapping sources. The Ride With GPS resource contains recent maps that are more consistent in terms of format, cue sheets, and turn by turn indicators.