the wind is our enemy ride
The first village after Yamachiche is St-Thomas de Caxton. The wind was already a force to be reckoned with. We would reckon with it all the way to Ste-Elie-de-Caxton.
Th first fun little river crossing is just after St-Thomas-de-Caxton. it's a zoom-zoom little descent, then you crawl up the other side, which is better that dealing with flats + 50 km/h winds.
This sign speaks for itself.
The riverbanks of the riviere du Loup have been renaturalized, and is a great spot for a "beach" break.
Chemin Augusta is right after Chemin de bout de monde, and it is a favorite part of the ride
Chemin Agusta still had some snow in the ditch!
The lookout at the Calvaire behind & above the church has a great new lookout deck
A nice village, and a nice distance from Yamachiche for the first half of a bike ride
Here is the ride map on bikely.