Durham Cycling Club 2018 Tour de Kawarathas June 15 – 17
Come celebrate the great Canadian summer with a weekends worth of riding with DCC. This year we travel to Peterborough to explore Kawartha cottage country on June 15-17.
Friday June 15 the route is 40K. Click here for details.
Sunday June 17 the route is 20K. Click here for details.
For accommodation & directions, click here for additional details
DCC Relaxed Ride Series
Online membership sign up
Please go to the secure CCN signup here. If you do not have an existing account with CCN an account will need to be created. A service fee of $4.86 will be added to the membership fee ($50 which includes $5 for the Durham Region Cycling Coalition) when using online payment. Go here for more information on joining the club.
The Durham Cycling Story
Founded in 1991 the Durham Cycling Club is a non-profit organization of avid recreational cyclists. Formerly the Touring Concept Cycling Group, the goal of the club is to promote fitness through cycling as well as social camaraderie among the group.
We are based in the Region of Durham, where most of our rides start. The season runs from April 1 to October 31. We ride every Sunday with many Saturday morning, Tuesday evening and Thursday evening rides available. Our club members volunteer to plan and host the rides, leading to a variety of routes on the roads of Durham Region and beyond.
Our rides feature frequent regroups to allow slower riders to catch up. Riders are encouraged to maintain a pace of between 20 to 25 kph. Distances progress from 40-60 km in the spring to longer distances (70-100 km) in the summer, leading up to our premier event of the season, the Century ride. This fully supported club Century, with routes varying from 100 to 160 km, is an exciting challenge for all riders.
The annual fees are low and our membership card entitles you to substantial discounts at numerous cycle shops.
Come out and ride with us (2 trial rides-no obligation). You will find we are a friendly and supportive club who are accepting of all levels of serious recreational cyclists.
New to distance riding? Click for the FAQ section.