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November 18/98 9:53 am - Coaching Course, Correction

Posted by Editor on 11/18/98

Coaching Course for Ottawa-Hull Region
(courtesy Pierre Hutsebaut)

A Level 1 Road Technical course will be offered Saturday 21 and Saturday 28 of November for the Ottawa-Hull region. The course will be in English but open to Quebec and Ontario residents.

The course will be delivered by Pierre Hutsebaut, Director National Racing Programs for the Canadian Cycling Association. Pierre Hutsebaut is a Course Conductor level 1, 2 and 3 and master course conductor.

It starts at 9.00 on Saturday but registration is at 8.30 at the sport building on 1600 James Naismith Gloucester, Ontario. (Come around the building and use the back door). Bring your bicycle and clothing to ride outdoor unless it's snowing! No prerequisite! Registration on site.


In our earlier posting today about the Tour of the Rockies we stated that the Mont Ste Anne World Cup was in June. As was pointed out by one of our readers (thanks, Lister), for 1999, Mont Ste Anne has moved from its traditional June date to late July. Oops.... However, the fact remains that the Rockies Tour is seeking to change its dates, and mid-June or late July are the favoured dates so far.


Classifieds are really pouring in these days - nearly 20 new ones since yesterday! So peruse the offerings - you never know, you might find that 1970s vintage Nuovo Tipo hubset you are looking for.


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