2022 Comox Valley Hub and Spoke

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  • Leader: Lawrence Vea 587-989-8255
  • Trip Dates: Mon, 20 Jun 2022 -- Fri, 24 Jun 2022
  • Trip Classification: Intermediate
  • Trip Fee: $25 CAD
  • Trip Numbers: minimum 1 , maximum 70
  • Trip Registration Opens: Mon, 10 Jan 2022 8:00 AM (pacific time)
  • Registration Lottery Ends: Mon, 24 Jan 2022 6:00 PM (pacific time)
  • Trip Registration Closes: Tue, 15 Mar 2022 12:00 AM (pacific time)
Ride Description:

Visit Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland while enjoying five days of riding in the beautiful Comox Valley and surrounding islands including Denman, Hornby and Quadra as well as a challenging  18 km ride up Mt. Washington.  Leads & Sweeps for all rides.

Link to photos from the 2018 Comox Valley Hub and Spoke (139 cyclists)

Current BC and CCCTS Covid19 precautions will be followed at all social gatherings and during rides. Please read the Club’s “ CCCTS Staying Safe: Guidelines for 2022"    https://cccts.org/club-document/staying-safe-guidelines-for-2021/

These guidelines will be updated as the BC Covid situation changes.


Accommodation Reservations:

Tent or RV at Puntledge River Campground, 4624 Condensory Rd. This is the “Hub” where all rides will begin and end except for the smaller island rides. Call 250-334-3773. Because there are a few RV sites, those wishing one should book early. Those planning on tenting can book later.

Recommended motel: The Comox Valley Inn and Suites 1190 Cliffe Ave 250-334-4476.  Airconditioned with recently renovated rooms. Next to the Riverway pathway which will take you almost to the Campground where most rides meet each morning. Next to Trail Bicycles as well as the Hen & Hog Café which is attached to the motel. Secure bike area or ability to take bikes to room. Three blocks from Thrifty's.

Prices: (All rates include taxes):

1 double bed is $103.50 /night

1 Queen bed $115.00

1 King bed $120.75

2 Queen beds is $126.50

Microwave, coffee maker, bar fridge, pool. 

With kitchen:

1 Queen bed $143.75

2 Queen beds $172.50

3 Queen beds $201.25

There are 25 rooms reserved. Mention CCCTS. Reserve  ASAP.  

Alternate Choice in Courtenay you may wish to consider: (no special rate)

Best Western Plus Westerly Hotel: 1590 Cliffe Ave, 250-338-7741 $189 plus taxes. (3 blocks from the Comox Valley Inn & Suites and across from Mall with Thrifty's).  Easy access to Riverway pathway to campground.

There are, of course, many other choices for accommodation in the Comox Valley.

Riding Conditions:

Riding conditions will vary from quiet country roads with limited shoulders to good shoulders on Highway 19 & 19A.  A few bike paths will be encountered in the various communities. All roads will be paved.




Fee Includes:

Campsite rental for Registration, stationary supplies and other articles for registration, goodies at registration, GPS map descriptions for all rides plus Leads & Sweeps for all rides,  partial subsidy of Thursday evening “brat” bbq. Any surplus funds will be deposited into the Comox Valley Chapter’s social expense fund.

Fee Does Not Include:

Optional Monday salmon dinner at Sunnydale Golf Course which will be $30 payable at Registration.  Riders may also bring a "guest",  who must also be fully vaccinated, to the dinner, Optional Thursday BBQ , which will be $7 when paid online with Registration or $10 on Monday June 20 at the Campsite registration.  Riders may also bring a "guest" who must also be fully vaccinated to the  BBQ;  any other meals, drinks, accommodation, transportation.



Mon. June 20, 11:00 – 3:00: Registration and signup for rides if not already done so (will likely have the opportunity to sign up online before the event)  at the Puntledge River Campground "Meet & Greet".                      

2:00 –brief meeting to clarify rides and events. ranging from challenging to leisurely in the Valley and on Denman, Hornby and Quadra

1:00, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30 -"Discover our Town" rides leaving from the Campground.

6:30 –Sunnydale Golfcourse Clubhouse - Optional salmon dinner. ($30 cost.  May bring a guest)

Tues. June 21 – Thur. June 23rd choice of 7 rides each day ranging from 40 km to 100 km. Most rides begin at 9:30 AM.  A more detailed description of all the rides with GPS maps will be emailed to each registrant much closer to the Hub & Spoke.

Wednesday evening – possibly kayaking. This is a private, independent activity, non-sanctioned by the CCCTS.

Thur. evening June 23, 5:30 – Optional brat BBQ and music around the campfire. You are encouraged to bring your instruments for a performance and/or sing-a-long. There will be a $7 charge which will partially cover costs.  May bring a guest.

Friday, June 24 7:30 – “Coffee at the Airport”   Short ride along the ocean for morning coffee, and back in plenty of time to check out of your accommodation.

Registration and Participant Selection:

Registration will open on January 10, 2022 on the CCCTS website and close on January 24, 2022..  A non-refundable $25 CDN payment is required at the time of registration.  Registration is limited to 70 "out of town" participants with the potential to add a few more in the future.    If the initial 70 spaces are filled, the remaining registrants will be listed according to their lottery number to fill any spaces that do become available at a later date.  

CCCTS Registration fee Reimbursement: If COVID risks remain high the CCCTS Board will reimburse the registration fee ($25) if a member decides to cancel – consistent with the 2020 Board decision.

“Stripe fees” are applied for CCCTS registration transactions. Stripe fees will be deducted when there is a refund of registration fees paid by a Club member if a ride is cancelled by the Ride Leader due to COVID or some other reason.
Currently the Stripe fee is 2.9% + 30 cents for a Club ride registration fee (Hub & Spoke or Tour) of any value.
For a $25 H&S registration fee in 2021 the Stripe fee will be $1.03. So, a CCCTS member’s registration fee refund would be $23.97 not $25 if there is a COVID related or other cancellation initiated by the Ride Leader.”  


Jeannie Bates, Donna Bekkers-Boyd, Calvin Bergenstein , Sandra Berry, David Buchwald, Geoff Burton, Elisabeth Buxbaum, Elaine Carpenter, Richard Carpenter, Terry Chalmers, Deborah Chamitoff, Bonita Douglas, Garry Esau, John Evanochko, Carol Evans, Glen Evans, Holly Evans, Bonnie Evoy, Constance Fabro, Sharon Folkes, Lise Fraser, Irene Fritschi Nelin, Tom Gibson, Barbara Hall, Chris Hodgson, Denise Howes, John Hudgin, Donna Kerkhoven, monica Knowles, Whitney Laughlin, David Lehane, Isabel Lehane, Ken Levine, Jenni Lynnea, Doris Maron, Kim Martin, Barry McLean, Maggie McNeill, Neil McNeill, Nancy OHiggins, Barbara Oliver, Allen Olsen, Ilka Olsen, Claire Parker, donald parker, Rolf Petersen, Sharlane Petersen, Gerry Porter, Cathy Price, Annemieke Quinn, Lorna Riddell, Leslie Rodgers, Dianne Schneidmiller, Gene Schneidmiller, Lani Schultz, christine skinner, James Spears, Diane Swindell, Vicki Ulibarri, Fraser Valley, Tonnie van Ginkel, Ed Weymouth, Dianne White, Ralph White, Brian Wills, Larry Wilson, Trish Wilson, Jacquey Winchester, Ronald Youngash

Wait List (in priority order):

Janis Padmore, Leslie Beleski, John Pritchard, Charlene Dorward, Bob Myrick, Marjorie Mooney, Paul Quinn, margaret phelan, Deanna Simmons, Anne M. Smith, Stuart Reynolds, Jill Weldon, Larry Weldon, Jane Purdie, Jean Matthewson, Delores Franz Los