2020 Solo Adventure Challenge

Solo Adventure Challenge

The plan for this year’s Thursday Adventure Rides was to a have a different experienced club member lead the ride each week. Your ride leaders were very much looking forward to sharing our favourite routes with you in person, but in lieu of this, we have created the 2020 Solo Adventure Challenge that highlights some of the best riding in the Regina area you can safely do while keeping within guidelines for physical distancing from people outside your household.

RCC Presents: The 2020 Solo Adventure Challenge

  1. Ride as many of the routes listed below as you can before May 31st.
  2. When you complete a route, update the leaderboard by checking off the routes you’ve done in the row with your name.
  3. Every route you ride counts as an entry for a prize draw that will be held on June 1st.


TypeDistanceRouteInspired by Ride Leader
Road42kmClassic Thursday to White City
Tim Huber
Road 43kmRoad Crew Grand Coulee Out & BackPres. Korpan
Road 38kmGrand Coulee Loop, CW or CCW Brian Torgunrud
Road 26kmOrisha’s East EnderOrisha Boychuk
Road 44km West Bypass Loop Bill Kinash
Road 52km East Bypass Loop Mike Edmonds
Road 35kmNorth End Highway LoopNicole DeBond
Gravel 47kmDisley Loop from LumsdenKent Windsor
Gravel 53kmNorth to the Gravel Race LoopRandy Lewis
Gravel 53km South Pancake GravelRandy Lewis
Gravel42km Copper Sands LoopRandy Lewis
Gravel30kmBeauty South Gravel LoopMike Edmonds

The Leaderboard – (Update your progress here)

Tim W12
Megan F10
Mike E5
Steve T5
Nicole D4
Chris W2
Llewellyn P2
Randy L2
Brian T1
Duncan L1
Eric Sy1
Kelly A1
Rick V1
Tim H1
Doug C0
Rider 180
Rider 190
Rider 200
Rider 210
Rider 220
Rider 230
Rider 240
Rider 250
Rider 260
Rider 270
Rider 280
Rider 290
Rider 300

Rules & Other Fine Print

  1. All riders are responsible for assessing their own ability to ride a route and are advised to exercise due caution at all times.
  2. Be aware of the possibility for rapidly changing weather conditions.
  3. Be self-sufficient (bring tools, tubes, food, water, etc.).
  4. Practice physical distancing and make it a point to represent the club well during your activities by sharing paths and roads. SCA is requiring SOLO riding, or riding with someone from your household as 2 m distancing is not a safe separation for our sport.
  5. You should record your ride on strava or something similar, but we are essentially using the honour system for the leaderboard.
  6. Any ride that covers the principal elements of the route (e.g., covers the same roads and all major climbs) counts. You ride will count if you do the route backwards, for example. Your ride will also count if you add to the route (e.g., maybe you add an extra climb or an extra grid or two).
  7. This is an SCA sanctioned event, which means that you’re insured while participating. This also means you need your 2020 membership – time to sign up!

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