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Photos from the Coldest Day of the Year Ride

This past Saturday saw the Coldest Day of the Year Ride, and after a very mild January, the weather co-operated with -17 weather for the large group of cyclists who came out to ride the waterfront.

This post has photos from myself, Duncan, and Jnyyz… you can click each of these photos (just a few from the larger sets) to go to the blog posts and collections they are from.

This is maybe half of the whole crowd

Councillor Adrian Heaps being interviewed by Global TV

Councillor Adrian Heaps being interviewed by Global TV

Councillor Heaps is rocking the winter bike gear. :)

Councillor Heaps is rocking the winter bike gear. :)

Everyone gathers around for Hot Chocolate and Speeches

Everyone gathers around for Hot Chocolate and Speeches

Hitting the Martin-Goodman

Hitting the Martin-Goodman

I heard these two little ones chanting and singing along the ride

I heard these two little ones chanting and singing along the ride

Crossing Lakeshore

Crossing Lakeshore

The new section of the Martin-Goodman near Ontario Place

The new section of the Martin-Goodman near Ontario Place

This years ride was twice as cold, and saw twice as many participants as 2009…. but I’m not wishing for the same trend to continue next year.  -34 would be a good challenge, though.

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