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Member Time Bicycle Class Sortable time
Barreyre, Bernard ??:??* Single 999999997
Bhandar, Buddy ??:??* Single 999999997
Campbell, Dave ??:??* Single 999999997
Croy, Michael ??:??* Single 999999997
Gidney, Holland ??:??* Single 999999997
Hinde, Carol ??:??* Single 999999997
Hinde, Stephen ??:??* Single 999999997
Hovey, Paul ??:??* Single 999999997
LaRose, Joyce ??:??* Single 999999997
Litster, Gord ??:??* Single 999999997
Macmurchie, Dave ??:??* Single 999999997
Payten, Mark ??:??* Single 999999997
Szabo, Vincent (Sandy) ??:??* Single 999999997

This year, the club is hosting a 65km 'Ride of Rememberance' in addition to the 200 km brevet.There is no fee for the social ride. The only requirement is the $10 club membership which you can pay on line.

The controls for this ride will focus on the significance of this day.   Click on any of the links to find out more about the controls. 

The rider's route will start at Beacon Hill Park totem pole.  This is the site of the BC Indians World Wars Memorial. The cyclists will then progress to 'The Homecoming'  control on Wharf Street. They will stop briefly at the Saanich Cenotaph at the Municipal Hall before heading off to Wallace Road where they  will pass Heal's Rifle Range on the west side of the road.

The main focus of this ride is the control at the BC Aviation Museum.  This memorial was dedicated this year to Lieutenant Robert Hampton Gray V.C., a pilot and one of the last Canadians to fall in World War 2. The memorial also recognizes all of the Canadian pilots that served on British aircraft carriers during the war.

The route then takes us back into Victoria where cyclists will stop at the B.C. Afghanistan Memorial.  Here, they can reflect on current world circumstances.

The final stop will be at the Beagle Pub on Cook street.

 

 

 

 

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