Missing Link Adventure Tours is excited to offer Guelph Cycling Club members a special gravel retreat this summer.  

For the 2024 season, we are fortunate to have GCC Board Member, Kayla Seadon, join our co-located organic veggie farm, Santosha Farms, team this season, and have arranged a special offer for her home club.

This is not GCC sanctioned event.

The GCC Members Gravel Retreat is a 2-night gravel cycling retreat for 8-10 people (a few more can join as camping is available) at Missing Link with discounted GCC pricing.

Dates:  August 23rd-25th (Friday/Saturday night)

Price: $280 + HST per person

It includes: 

  • 2 nights of accommodation (3 rooms with various bed setups) See photos of the building here
  • 2 catered dinners and 2 breakfasts (All dishes are based on whole and nutritious foods, and intended for a hungry cyclist. Most dietary restrictions are accommodated and much of the food will be from the farm on site!) 
  • Customized route plan (1 option Friday, 2 options Saturday, 1 option Sunday)
  • Early check-in and late check-out to accommodate more riding!
  • Daily itineraries provided for non-riding guests (we’ll make sure your SO can explore Almaguin their way!) 

Here is the location 30 minutes north of Hunstville. 

Registration process:

  • E-mail info@mlat.ca to sign-up and hold your spot
  • We will respond with an invoice for payment by e-tsf (payments made directly to Missing Link Adventure Tours, not GCC)

The routes:

Rob, from Missing Link Adventure Tours, has been exploring the region, leading rides and designing routes around the Almaguin Highlands and Muskoka for years. Along with Kayla’s summer of exploring the region, we look forward to combining our knowledge to curate some great and memorable riding for GCC members. 

Expect some rolling, remote and scenic tw0-wheeled adventures, with a few surprises mixed in.  A good rule of thumb is 100m of vertical for every 10km.   

More route details coming soon 🙂

Want to see some eye candy and get a sense of the riding in the region?  Check out our cycling photo album (opens in new window)

We look forward to welcoming you to our region.

Happy trails!

Rob E.