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Save the Date: HydroCut Trails Symposium – October 25-27, 2019

September 24, 2019
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Hello fellow trail associations & trail builders,

The Hydrocut Trails Committee and King Street Cycles, in conjunction with the Ontario Mountain Bike Council would like to invite you to the 2019 Hydrocut Trails Symposium, October 25-27, 2019.

Join us for a weekend of riding, socializing and discussion in the Waterloo Region! The symposium is geared toward trail builders, trail associations and trail planners. There will be a variety of topics covered from trail planning, trail building methods, trail associations successes and struggles as well as plenty of networking and discussion times.

 

Friday, October 25th, 7:00pm – 11:00pm
4th Annual Hydrocut Hallowe’en Party!
Night rides, great food and drink and a costume contest!
Open to all, donations welcome!

Saturday, October 26, 9:30am -9:00pm
Hydrocut Trail Symposium
Early Bird Cost: $100/person
After Oct 10th: $125/person
Includes all events, lunch and dinner on Saturday
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/hydrocut-trails-symposium-tickets-72878472473

Hear from Hydrocut Trail Committee members and the Region of Waterloo on the making of The Hydrocut mountain bike trails, IMBA Canada’s Dean Campbell on the launch of the Ontario Mountain Bike Council and Ontario industry members during a panel discussion on e-bikes.

Sunday October 27th, 10:00am – 1:00pm
Trail Tour — Ride/Walk with stops for discussion
Learn about the successes and challenges facing The Hydrocut trails, one of Southern Ontario’s premier cross country trail networks!

Contact info@thehydrocut.ca for more questions or info regarding agenda. Please feel free to invite anyone else you fell may be interested.

Marc Landry is a Toronto, Ontario based action sports photographer. Honing his skills on local and World Cup cycling circuits, Marc has since expanded his subject matter to include several outdoor adventure sports. Marc is in his element when surrounded by the energy that top athletes radiate. The relationships he forms with his subjects is apparent in his images and is part of what defines his look. He is most at home in the mountains and his preference for long glass and elaborate lighting setups has become his signature style.

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