Dear fellow cycling enthusiasts, Cadieux Bicycle Club, and friends!
Clearly this year has been very challenging for everyone on so many levels. It has also been very difficult for our sport w.r.t. the reasons we’ve come together as a club. We’ve missed being able to ride, race, and socialize together, but we are optimistic that 2021 will eventually bring back some “normalcy.”
We are all looking forward to regularly scheduled social rides and meet-ups, and racing, in whatever form we can in 2021. And will do everything permissible to be able to bring back the Debeats-Devos Memorial Race in its 56th year. Huh-Rah!!! Yeah!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Please stay tuned for regularly scheduled club meetings over Zoom, until we are permitted to meet in person. You’ll also be able keep up with the latest happenings on the CadieuxBC-Member’s mailing list, available to current/recent members, ongoing. It’s a community, “Of the members; For the members” to foster our “Ride, Race, Give Back!” mantra as best we can as a team and a community.
If you are looking for a Cycling Club that gives back to you and the community or a Race Team that races as a team, we’re here for you!
To our many faithful, long-time, members, sponsors, volunteers, teammates, and friends, thank you again for the time you’ve invested volunteering and participating at events, and being active members of this community! Thank you for helping riders of all levels find their comfort zone, then to break out of it and grow, while improving handling skills, speed and endurance, setting goals, then meeting and exceeding them, on and off the bike!
What a great way to TEAM! Thank you for making the Cadieux Bicycle Club a community that we can all be proud to call family! Kudos!
P.S. If you join/renew from now, you’re good through the end of 2021. Yay!July 20, 2018
2018 54th DD Race Flyer – Rev05 Sign up for the 54th Annual Debaets-Devos Bicycle Races on August 26th. Get all the details here:
Congratulations to Elizabeth Stevenson on her performance at the Jr. Women’s National Track Championships. Elizabeth won a Silver Medal in the Omnium and Bronze Medal in the Madison.
Always fun and for a great cause, this year’s 10th Annual Woodward Loop Ride is Sunday, June 24 starting from Shain Park in Birmingham with two waves per usual. 7:30 am to Pontiac and back, 18 mph pace up to Pontiac and 17.miles. Includes the Fast Dash on the southbound segment for those who want to open it up.
The second wave starts at 8:30 am down Woodward Avenue 16-17 mph to Detroit with a racers loop to Belle Isle. The rest will make a stop on the way back for a 36+ segment. Contributions go to Michigan Youth Cycling. Suggested donations of $10 and $20 are appreciated. Join us for one of the most fun rides of the season along the iconic Woodward Avenue, the world’s first paved road!