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March 25/06 3:21 am - Upcoming BC Events, Blizzard Bike Club News

Posted by Editoress on 03/25/06

Upcoming BC Events

Camps and Clinics

• Learn to Race Road for men and women, April 22nd to 25th
• Learn to Race Road for women only, May 27th to 30th
• NCCP Certification for Mountain Bike courses being held in Comox and Fernie

For more information or to register for any of the above got to

• Sprockids Introduction to Mountain Biking for kids clinics and rides! See under Sport Development


• Team BC going to Las Vegas UCI race March 25th
• Lower mainland tracks preparing to open; Ridge March 28th, Action 30th weather dependant
• Abbotsford BMX to hold BMX National Championships August 26th - 27th
• National Ranking Info posted - see BMX News
• Worlds Selection Criteria for 2006 and 2007 Worlds in Victoria see under Event News


• Register early for BC Cup #1 - Harris Roubaix Red Truck Classic! Details at

Blizzard Bike Club Fort St. John, BC

Robin Baillie leads the Roubaix Cup Series with the final race, Sunday, at Beatton Park. Robin has won both the Baldonnel and the Frozen John Roubaix races.

This is year twelve of the Roubaix Cup Series, first held in 1995 and first won by Jason Pearson.

Robin Baillie is in the lead for the 2006 series. 1998 Cup winner Pat Ferris is in second place and Gary Hilderman is in third.

Race time is at 2:00 pm from Beatton Park, near Charlie Lake.

Check for more information.


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