Camaraderie

Most of our rides are local, whether you ride a Harley, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Indian etc, you will always be welcomed.

It's not about the destination or your ride, it's about the journey together.

Welcome to the 501

Thank you for visiting our site.

We hope this is your first step in becoming a member of the Southern Cruisers Riding Club.

This Page is your resource for all things related to our club.

The links on this page will provide you with a wealth of information about the SCRC.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Keeping it simple, safe and fun since 2006

    1st Officer

     Bryan"Blink                               Kuehl     

     

    2nd Officer

    Roger "Bucky"

    Greeley

       3rd Officer

Don "Pappa Don" Morley

501 Officers

Papa G

Chapter 

Secretary 

          Debloonie

     Charity & Events

     Committee Chair

                

        

                       

Shutterbug

Communications

Secretary

Senior Road Captains

 JJack"Jakiboyz"Sooley

Dwayne"Scooby"Schooley

Doug"Spanky"Johnson

 

ROAD CAPTAINS

Jack"Jackiboyz"Sooley 

Dwayne"Scooby"Schooley

Roger"Bucky"Greeley
Gabe"Pappa G"Gazzola

Dave "Crazy Dave" Kean

Scott"Bungee"Diamond

Bryan"Blink"Kuehl

Dennis"Godzilla"Rowe

Gabe "Kegs" Smith

TAILGUNNERS

Jody"Pesky"Pescod
Lezlie"Beachbum"O'Reilly 

David"Doc"Holmes

Chris"Marv"Southwell

Troy"Priest"O'Handley

RIDE NIGHT

Wednesday nights we ride, alternating each week between Cambridge and Guelph. 

 

When in Cambridge we meet at Duke and Duchess, 900 Jamieson Pkwy.

and when in Guelph we meet at Tim Horton's, 138 Woodlawn Rd W.

 

Our two communities and surrounding area give us plenty of roads to explore and a variety of establishments to visit. 

So saddle up and join us for this weeks ride.
 

Hopewell Homes

Established in 1983 in Ariss, a 12 bed adult and 10 bed children's residence offers total care to individuals with complex needs to developmental and physical challenges.

Comprehensive supports include 24 hour nursing staff and an on-site Special Education Classroom.

The 501 Community Spirit

Hopewell Homes is our charity of choice.

Debbie Kuehl, is our Charity and Events Officer who leads a  dedicated and committed crew of Volunteers from the 501.

Contact Debbie should you have any interest in helping out, or donating.

A list of needs can be found on our Forum and is updated regularly.

Please see the link below for further details on Hopewell homes .

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this website please contact Bryan Kuehl

kuehl112@rogers.com

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