Saturday, a perfect day for riding, took us north, out of the east end, from Kenedy station to Musselman Lake for another great ride with the Friends for Life bike Rally. Again this week, I break the law along the way to photo document as I ride!
The sun was shining and the temperature was just right. The majority of this ride took us up Warden Ave, then into Aurora and across to Musselman Lake. The scenery along the way, as usual, did not disappoint. As I have mentioned previously, one of my favourite things about the training rides is that they take you into some really great and otherwise unknown areas… Who knew cottage country was this close to the city?!?!
Riding along side the lake is quite breath taking and there are some beatiful homes in this area, to weekend at anyway!
The Musselman ride offers a few glorious hills to climb along the way just to keep you on your toes!
Once at the lake we take a short break at the Cedar Beach Variety Store and each time we’re welcomed, with a smile, by the gentleman that works behind the counter.
Our route back into the city was changed slightly. Our usual route is only 87km, but, due to construction and a festival in Markham, we were forced to detour and head back the way we came.
Thanks again for visiting and a quick reminder to make your pledge! Please visit my fundraising page and show your support to Toronto PWA.
Next week is 97km from Kipling to Inglewood.