General Info

One of the most important aspects to Tripleshot Cycling is that post ride coffee is almost mandatory. Please make time to join us after the ride, have a coffee and get to know your fellow Tripleshot members. For this reason all weekday rides end at 7:15 so that people have time to get together for coffee.

There are A, B and C level rides each weekday and A/B rides on Saturday and Sunday.

The A ride is a no-holds-barred, go-as-fast-as-you-can general sufferfest. If you get dropped from this ride no one is going to slow down and wait for you. However, if someone gets a flat, the ride usually stops until the problem is solved.

The B ride is not as fast as the A ride, but you need to have good bike handling skills and a reasonable level of fitness on this ride. This ride will regroup after hills or a sprint so that the group can stay together.

Depending on the numbers, it is not uncommon for there to be two and sometimes three B rides so that the groups remain a manageable number. We ask that you self seed within these groups with the stronger riders in the first group, those less strong in the second and so on.

The C ride is the place for anyone looking for a more relaxed pace on the day, as well as the place for those new to cycling or new to group riding. This ride goes at the pace of the slowest rider and ensures that the group stays together.

There is one ride where all groups can mix it up. The Team Time Trial ride on Thursday morning is an increasingly popular ride for all levels…… and you don’t have to know how to turn right! Groups of 4-5 riders of similar abilities leave at roughly 30 second intervals with the faster groups leaving last in an attempt to catch the group(s) ahead.

There are two rides offered for women, Tripleshot’s ONLY evening ride on Tuesday evening (April to September) and Thursday at the regular 6 a.m. time. These rides are offered to all women riders and are specifically designed to continue the skills developed during the women’s clinics.


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  1. I would like to ride the predawn ride tomorrow morning Tuesday March 6. I have my Cycling BC provincial interim ride licence, and have a decent bike.
    I’m 54, I used to race through the 90s but have not raced in 20 years and am exited for the cycling journey to begin once more.
    I did not see a phone number, just wanted to make sure that I have everything I need and that when I show up tomorrow I won’t be turned away.
    Looking forward to your response, thanks Grant

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