Posted by Editoress on 01/19/13
So you’re tough, gritty and take pride in riding in all kinds of conditions. Your cycling buddies have seen you “steamed” and suffering in the worst of weather. This cycling race was named in your honour.
“Steaming Nostril” consists of 60 kilometres of rural farm road, gravel and rail trail with the added benefit of full police support. Each year in March “Steaming Nostril” will be contested because we know you just wanna ride. You don’t care what the weather will bring; you say “bring it on” because riding defines you.
You belong here in Ontario Mennonite country on March 24th, saddling your mountain bikes, cross bikes and beefed up hybrid bikes ready to ride some of Waterloo’s best country roads. “Steaming Nostril” will challenge your cycling durability from the tip of your cranks to the top of your helmet and set you up for the best cycling season ever.
On March 24th the true cyclists will saddle up at the starting line; nostrils flaring and steam rising. Just remember - breathe hard, RIDE harder! “Steaming Nostril” awaits you - register today at www.cyclewaterloo.com.
Sunday, March 24th
Elmira Lions Hall - Elmira, Ontario
11:00 am Start Time
60km - 55% gravel, 40% rail-trail, 5% paved
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