Canada’s Cyclists came into their own as part of Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel’s Canadian Independent Force during the Hundred Days Offensive (August-October 1918). Working closely with armoured cars, motorized machine guns and trench mortars, cavalry, motorcycles, and engineers, the Cyclists helped the Canadian Corps develop and execute the combined arms strategy and mobile warfare doctrine it became famous for. Source: Glenn, Ted. Riding Into Battle: Canadian Cyclists in the Great War. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2018.