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  • Cycling Trends for 2019
    Wednesday, January 30
    Join your fellow WCC members for some great Indian food and then listen and watch as Stan Avedon of Hastings Velo discusses the latest trends in cycling including gravel and adventure bikes. He will display some of the newest bicycles, equipment and gear designed specifically for riding off pavement on the beaten path. He will also display bike packing equipment and discuss new trends in road bicycles. We'll try to get some  of your questions beforehand as well. Social hour starts at 6:00 with a cash bar, buffet dinner at 7:00 and the program will start by 8:00. Start your cycling year off by seeing and learning about all the cool new stuff you're soon to see on the road! Admission $25

  • Cycling Technology Workshop #1
    Wednesday, February 27
    If you want to Register for the Weekend Session you Need to go to that Event 
    Join us on Wednesday February 27th at 7:30 PM at Eagle Hill School in Greenwich (just 2 miles from our favorite starting spot in Glenville) to get all your cycling tech questions answered in a workshop format. 

    If your commute or work schedule makes a weeknight impossible, we’ll be doing it again on Sunday March 10th, also at Eagle Hill. 
    You may register for both sessions, but you do have to pay again, as there is a facility charge.

    The event will start with a presentation to the whole group about the Club Account, and then you go to one of the simultaneous workshops for about 20 or 25 minutes. After that you move on to another one and then a third, or stay for a second section if you still have questions! BRING YOUR GARMINS AND WHATEVER YOU WANT TO LEARN ABOUT.
    We will have workshops on Garmin, Strava, the RWGPS phone app and the RWGPS website.

    The Registration fee of just $10 includes light refreshments (pizza, soft drinks, snacks). We are in Cafeteria so you can bring your own food, but absolutely no alcohol! And yes, you have to pay the registration fee even if you bring  your own food. The Club is subsidizing much of the cost for these important events, including the facility cost as well as the refreshements.