Tour D'Ingram 2022
Group Ride Details:

It’s that time of year friends. The 2022 edition of the Tour D’Ingram is happening on September 24th (rain date September 25th). This ride is a 60km gravel loop on logging trails in the Western Crown Lands (Bowater). There's no sign up or entry fee. This group ride is ride at your own risk.

This is a intermediate group gravel ride. There’s no major technical challenges besides some loose climbs and descents, but there is approximately 2300 feet of climbing over the 60km route. The route will typically take between 2.5 and 3.5 hours to complete. A gravel or xc bike is recommended.

This is a self-supported event. There's no support vehicle or aid stations. Bring enough food and water from approximately 3 hours of riding. Be prepared to do your own repairs.

This is not a drop ride, but it's also not a beginner's ride. The pace will be roughly 20 km/h, depending on the group. No one will be left behind, but I won't be happy if I miss lunch.

The route is unmarked. Be sure to download the route track from Trailforks or Strava into your device.

The ride starts and ends at Cavicchi’s Meats. The plan is to depart Cavicchi's at 9 AM, and return at noon.

There is parking available behind the Home Hardware on Sonny’s Rd. or at the bottom of the Bowater Mersey Rd. Please don’t park at Cavicchi’s or the Bike & Bean for the duration of the ride.

Post-ride nutrition and hydration will be at Cavicchi’s Meats in Upper Tantallon.


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oldmanbucksaw (Oct 4, 2022 at 17:25)
Rescheduled to October 16th.
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oldmanbucksaw (Sep 21, 2022 at 10:14)
Event has been rescheduled for October 9th due to Hurricane Fiona.
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