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Slow Roll

For 2023, we are pleased to have a FREE "Slow Roll", organized by our friends at London Cycle Link, through the streets of downtown London.
This event is "The Forest City Slow Roll".

10km Forest City Slow Roll

A "Slow Roll" is a ride that moves at a casual pace (suitable for riders of all levels), with police escort.

Our start/finish is at Dundas Place (between Ridout and Talbot, on the north side of Budweiser Gardens). Be there between 4:00 and 4:30, check in at the information tent and be ready to ride out with us at 5:00 o'clock sharp.


The route is a 10 km loop which we will ride as a mass with a London Police Service escort. Back at Dundas Place, we will have our choice from an array of fabulous food vendors:


There will also be a water bottle refill station and washrooms onsite. We'll have a photographer, music, and then announce our draw winners!

The map of the route is here: (the map is draft, and subject to change)

Even though there is no cost, you DO need to register for the event by going to Race Roster:


Road Rides and MTB

The Slow Roll is Saturday June 3 but did you know that we also have road rides and a MTB ride on Sunday June 4, starting and finishing at Boler Mountain?  You can find more details here:

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Summary of Rules and Guidelines:

  1. Be a good cyclist and be considerate of others (whether they are part of the event or not).

  2. Stay as far to the right of the road as practical at all times.

  3. Standards-compliant cycling helmets are mandatory for all participants younger than 18 years of age (per Ontario law). We do recommend that standards-compliant cycling helmets also be worn by anyone 18 years of age and older, during the event.

  4. Mobile phones, earphones, earbuds and other similar distractions must not be used while riding.

  5. Any type of bicycle (including e-bike) is allowed as long as it is safe for riding on the road (e.g. brakes work, etc.).

  6. You should ensure that your bicycle complies with applicable local laws.

  7. All equipment should be in good working order prior to the start of the event.

  8. Always follow the instructions and directions of event volunteers and staff.

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