Starting mid-September until sometime in December, you better keep your head up while riding on the ice bridge and seaway! Buses will be on the Seaway from 6am-10am and again from 2pm-6pm during the week. Emergency vehicles will also use one of the favourite riding sites for local cyclists. Here’s the official announcement in English, and again in French. Be especially careful turning onto the ice bridge after a workout on the seaway… yikes. Thanks to Justin Knotzke for the heads up (!).

I wonder how the electric/motarized bikes will fit into this picture?

 

About Scott Toguri McFarlane

Scott Toguri McFarlane is a former Elite racer, and the founder of Toguri Training Services. For more than a decade, his approach to training has helped aspiring professional racers, provincial team members, and recreational cyclists of all ages and ability achieve their goals, including gold medals at National and Provincial Championships.

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