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 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Information

Many services listed in our Community Recreation Database (Connect.ca) / NS Trails Guide have reduced hours or are currently closed to the public. We advise that you call ahead to confirm services / trails are open and available before attending in person.

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Lunenburg County Bike Week

Bike Week is an annual event to celebrate cycling in Lunenburg County and promote the benefits of cycling for active transportation and recreation!

Location
Areas Served Lunenburg County
Contact
Website www.modl.ca/
Phone (902) 541-1343
Description & Services
Information Luneburg County Bike Week !  
 
Women’s Bike Ride: Literally a Sweet Ride 
Meet at Sweet Ride Cycling for this is rail or trail ride, approximately 20km. Enjoy a stop for a sweet treat and everyone also gets a 10% off coupon for Sweet Ride Cycling. 
Register with Sweet Ride Cycling by email: info@sweetridecycling.com 
Ride sponsored & organized by 
Sweet Ride Cycling. 
Saturday, September 26, 9:00am 
Meet at Sweet Ride Cycling, Mahone Bay 
It’s FREE! Pre-registration is required, space is limited 
 
Ride to Devil’s Hook Falls 
Enjoy a scenic ride along a rural dirt road through Christmas tree lots to an iron bridge with a beautiful waterfall. May also visit an old gold mine site. Approximately 20km ride. Expected return time 4:00pm. Expect some rough gravel road conditions with potential wet spots. Gentle elevations. Bring water and snack. 
Helmets required. Led by Janice Rand & Karen Geddes-Selig . 
Sunday, September 20, 2:00pm 
Meet at the Barss Corner Community Hall, 891 Barss Corner Road 
It’s FREE! Pre-registration is required, space is limited 
 
Centennial Trail/LaHave River Trail Ride 
A scenic ride along the LaHave River and rural roads, estimated 18km in total. Mountain bike or hybrid bikes recommended. 
Helmets required. We will start on the Centennial Trail in Bridgewater and work our way along the LaHave River Trail to the Turkey Burger on route 10. On our way back we will ride along the Dauphinee Road (may have some rough spots) and Pinegrove Road. Expected return time 11:30am. Bring water and a snack. 
Led by Janice Rand & Karen Geddes-Selig. 
Wednesday, September 30, 10:00am 
Meet in the parking lot at the bottom of Silver’s Hill, LaHave 
Street, Bridgewater 
It’s FREE! Pre-registration is required, space is limited 
 
Women on Wheels (WoW) 
Bicycle Nova Scotia WoW program was expanded to include women of all ages! Now women of all ages who want to improve their cycling skills, become more confident cycling on roads, or are returning to cycling after a hiatus are welcome. The group meets weekly on Monday mornings (Spring, Summer and Fall) at various locations. If you would like to join us, please contact the Active Living Coordinator at Karen.Geddes-Selig@modl.ca. 
Featured Ride: LaHave Islands and LaHave Bakery 
Monday, September 21, 9:45am 
Meet at Fort Point Museum parking lot 
It’s FREE! Pre-registration is required, space is limited  
 
Bicycle Scavenger Hunt 
A great opportunity for families to ride the trails together, 
on your own time, to find up to six colorful pinecones 
hanging in the trees at River Ridge Common. Send District 
of Lunenburg Recreation a picture of your family biking 
along the trail to be entered to win gift certificates! Send 
all entries to: karen.geddes-selig@modl.ca 
September 18 – October 16 
River Ridge Common, New Germany 
 
*To register for Bike Week rides, 
please call (902) 541-1343 or visit www.modl.ca 
COVID-19 guidelines will be followed.
Special Information
Tags Active Transportation ; All Skill Levels ; Bicycle ; COVID- Activities for Kids and Families ; Fall Fun ; Fall Programs ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect