Thanksgiving weekend didn't disappoint!

Thanksgiving weekend in Collingwood was ideal for getting out on the roads.  Colder temperatures in the morning, and warm, sunny afternoons made for near perfect conditions for exploring the backroads before the colder weather sets in.  On holiday Monday I took in the Coffee Run with a few friends.  Battling the south winds paid off as we rode through the rollers on Concession Rd 6, the fall colours were at their best.  Unfortunately, the bakery was closed in Creemore due to the holiday, but we were able to grab a quick bite to eat at the Old Mill House Pub.  As we around the corner there were twenty bikes parked parked along the side of the pub, turns out it was the Barrie Cycling Club halfway through their eleventh annual Thanksgiving Monday ride.  It never surprises me to see this many bikes parked along the side of a building in this small town.  The foliage was so stunning that we rode home the same way, just to take in the view in the opposite direction.  

Hope you had time to get out and ride!

Looking south on Concession Road 6, 7km from Creemore