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Latest Newsletter: Sept. 24, 2022

 
And just like that, another summer flew by! This summer was one of the best yet at Parry Sound Bikes. We hosted our largest group rides to-date, put on new events, and changed more flat tires than we can count.

While we're sad to see summer go, we're looking forward to fat bike season, indoor training and cross country skiing. Planning for next summer, our 10th year in business is already underway, and we look forward to more amazing rides and growing our community.

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Group Ride Wrap Up Party
Tuesday September 27th at 7:00 p.m.


Join us Tuesday September 27th, at Trestle Brewing Company, at 7:00 p.m. as we wrap up our biggest group ride season ever. Stop by for dinner, drinks, or just to say hi. Family and friends are welcome to join. We'll be in the tent, so dress appropriately.
 
SUMMER SALE

Summer clothing is on sale 20% to 50% off. We're always adding new items to the clearance rack. And select helmets and accessories are on sale.

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We have bikes in stock! Yes, you read that correctly. While there remain supply issues in the bike industry, Parry Sound Bikes has a number of new bikes in stock and ready to ride (or ready to ride for next spring).

KIDS BIKES in all sizes, full suspension MOUNTAIN BIKES from Kona, Specialized & Devinci, GRAVEL BIKES from Kona, Specialized & Cervelo and the all new CERVELO SOLOIST are now in stock!

If there is a specific bike you are looking for or if you need a bike for next spring, please get in touch. There will continue to be shortages in 2023, and certain bikes/ models continue to be hard to get. Stop by the shop, or email [email protected] to find out more.
 
Trail Day at Georgian Nordic Outdoor Activity Centre

Sunday October 14th at 10:00 a.m.
Pizza lunch provided!

Give back to the trails, by spending some time clearing, cleaning and cutting. Work groups will be organized so please R.S.V.P. to [email protected] by October 12th, or email for more information.
 
It's almost indoor trainer season (almost). New trainers now in stock from Tacx and Wahoo. Our weekly Zwift Group Rides will resume in December.

Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (December, January & February)
 
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The Parry Sound area offers exceptional riding for road, gravel and mountain biking. Read through the highlights below, join one of our group rides or stop by the shop for a coffee and route advice.

 

Road Rides

 

Parry Sound has great road riding, with endless quiet roads and lots of perfect pavement. Some of our favourite roads are: Highway 518 & Tally Hoe Swords Road, East & West Carling Bay Road, Rankin Lake & Blackstone Crane Lake Road, Clearlake Road, Shebeshekong & Skerryvore Community Road, Highway 520 & The Bunny Trail.

 

If you're a Strava user follow Aleesha Clark, Parry Sound Bikes check out 30+ of the best rides (ranging from 20km to 160km).

 

Mountain Biking & Family Rides

 

The Georgian Nordic Outdoor Activity Centre has long been to go to place for cross country skiing in the area. In 2015 it also became a centre with great double track and single track bike trails. The double track trails offer smooth open trails that wind through the woods; great for kids and new riders. The Georgian Nordic single track makes use of the Canadian shield and offers riders a challenging rocky, rooty path up and down the rocks and ridges. Membership or day pass required to ride; memberships and day passes available online at Get Outdoors Parry Sound or in person at Parry Sound Bikes.

 

If you're looking for a family day trip or a place to camp, check out Killbear Provincial Park. Killbear Provincial Park is located 35km from Parry Sound and offers a nice bike path for family rides and great beaches.