We Are The Golden Horseshoe Cycling Hub
Look up, get up, but never give up!
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Start & stop quickly | Tap head while riding | Coast & stand up.
May 3rd - June 17th
July 5th - August 19th
4 Months Session
May, June, July, August
Mondays & Thursdays
Support at Kelso Race Series
3hr Saturday ride per month
May 1st - June 29th
July 6th - August 31st
Cycling for everyone.
The Golden Horseshoe Cycling Hub is dedicated to diversity and inclusivity. We recognize cycling is an activity that traditionally has many barriers to participation and are committed to working within the community to help eliminate these barriers to create opportunities for all youths to learn to love to ride.
Our team of certified coaches awaits you.
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Board of Directors
Simon Carroll grew up on the Hamilton Mountain exploring the Iroquois Heights trails and the Chedoke radial trail on the used 10 speed road bikes that his folks were kind enough to continually purchase him. He was thrown back into riding when one of his young sons developed a passion for mountain biking. He decided that it was the perfect opportunity to get back into doing something that he loved as a young man. When the opportunity arose to help fill a void in youth cycling in the Golden Horseshoe he jumped at the chance to help get it off the ground. He looks forward to seeing local athletes developing under the GHCH banner.
Stephanie Sutton is a graduate of Mohawk College, Recreation and Leisure Studies. Steph is currently continuing her education part-time at Cornell University studying Women in Leadership. Steph truly believes that one can never stop learning and continues to find ways to improve her skills through Professional Development opportunities. When Steph graduated from Mohawk, she received the Skip Stanbridge Award for her achievements of high academics and excelling in her second-year practicum at Brantford Parks and Recreation.
Steph has work experience includes municipal Recreation as a Facility Supervisor in the Community Centers Division in Brantford, as Manager of the Dundas Granite Curling Club, the Technical Program Specialist for Softball Ontario, Recreation Director for the National Cycling Centre Hamilton (NCCH) and most currently for Mount Hamilton Youth Soccer Club as the Administration Coordinator. These opportunities provided her with the opportunity to utilize her sport program skills. In all positions, Steph has been responsible for planning special events including an International Softball Coaches Symposium, managing and creating programs for Athlete Development, reporting to the respective Board of Directors while carrying out policies/procedures for daily operations. In each of these roles spanning a total over 25 years, Steph has demonstrated a strong work ethic and excellent interpersonal skills throughout her career.
Interim Vice Chair
Neal is a recreational, mountain bike and track cyclist as well as a chauffeur, mechanic and cheering squad for his wife and 2 children that are competitive mountain bike, road and track cyclists. Neal is relatively new to the world of organized cycling but is passionate about creating opportunities for youths through cycling and eliminating barriers that prevent youths from accessing the sport of cycling. Neal would like to see GHCH grow and in the future enable is athletes to experience additional cycling disciplines like track and BMX, and work towards growing the cycling community by creating lifelong cyclists. Neal is also working on becoming a NCCP certified Comp-Intro Coach.
What our riders have to say
I am absolutely thrilled to be a part of the Golden Horseshoe Cycling Hub! It’s an incredible community dedicated to cycling and promoting sustainable transportation. The Hub offers amazing resources, from group rides to access to the latest cycling gear and technology. Being a member means I get to explore new routes with like-minded individuals, learn more about bike culture, and contribute to making my city more bike-friendly! Not only is cycling great exercise, it’s also affordable and eco-friendly. Being part of this community has opened up so many opportunities for me – including networking with other cyclists in the area, discovering new local businesses that support sustainability initiatives, and so much more. I feel truly lucky to have found this group – it’s been an invaluable addition to my life as a cyclist!