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Blackwell Cycle’s Oktoberfest Ride

10-14-2018 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Blackwell Cycle
Address: 1801 Blackwell Rd, Sarnia, ON N7X 1A7, Canada
Celebrate Oktoberfest and all that oomp-pa-pa by participating in Blackwell Cycle’s Oktoberfest Ride, Sunday October 14 at Blackwell Cycle, 1801 Blackwell Road, Sarnia. We’ll be opening the doors at 9:00, and plan to head out shortly after 10:00. Two routes of ~60km. each – one paved, and one a combination of paved and gravel roads. Its a social ride, not a race, and, as always, there will be refreshments and victuals afterwards at Blackwell Cycle. And again, as always, the event goes regardless of weather. Ziggy, Zaggy, Ziggy, Zaggy, Oi, Oi, Oi…

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