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August 31/07 12:06 pm - Blizzard Bike Club News, Oak Bay Bikes Wheelers Time Trial #3, 3rd Annual Team Coastal Cross

Posted by Editoress on 08/31/07

Blizzard Bike Club Fort St. John, BC

August 30th

Roger St. Jean closed the Thursday time trial's for the season with a win at 27:01 minutes for the 16 km distance. Richard Wood was second at 29:29 and Ken Nix third at 29:47. Barb Polehoykie was 4th at 29:51 and Pat Ferris 5th at 30:03.

Kendra Young was 6th at 30:28, Adam Bilodeau 30:57, Kevin Cooper 31:10, Owen Giebelhaus 32:11 and Dean Lowry 32:17.

Five Blizzards successfully completed the Penticton Ironman, last Sunday. 2200 competitors from 28 countries competed in this grueling event. Each person swam 2.5 miles, biked 112 miles and then ran 26.2 miles.

Irvin Tang was first across for the locals with a total time of 10:43:41 hours for 251st place, overall. Darren Guliov was next at 12:41:59, Brian Hurst 12:45:42, Kathryn Fairweather 13:02:45 and Ann Hurst 14:38:41.

Coming up:

Jolea Bilodeau and Colter Young are in Calgary this weekend for the Alberta Youth Cycling Championships.

Beatton Park at 2 pm. Monday is the Quiche Ride to Dawson Creek leaving from the A & W at 9 am.

Oak Bay Bikes Wheelers Time Trial #3
Courtesy Peter McCaffery

Nanaimo River Road, Nanaimo
August 30th

Winner of Thursday night's T.T. held under near perfect conditions, was Schwalbe's Don Gillmore who just failed to get under 21 minutes Many of you will remember Don as a sprinter on the national track team in the late1980's. Seems he's still a force to be reckoned with!

Everyone beat their previous best times on the course, even Menno Jonsma, who arrived fashionably late, had no warm-up and overshot the turn.
Next event will be on Thursday, 6th. September. 6pm start time.


1. Don Gillmore (Schwalbe) 21:04 (course record)
2. Stephen Price (Dr. Walker/GVVA) 22:30
3. Menno Jonsma (Don Cameron IRC) 22:59
4. Dave Steen (BC Masters CA 24:49
5. Dave Kenny (Oak Bay Bikes Wheelers) 26:29
6. Bill Hutchinson (Ind.) 27:10

Further information from

3rd Annual Team Coastal Cross

Team Coastal Cycling would like to invite all cyclists from all disciplines of all ages to our 3rd annual hosting of Cyclo-Cross in the North Delta Watershed Park on Saturday, September 15th, 2007. We are excited to use the same course as last year with some modifications based on feedback from last year's event. Also this year in an effort to introduce future bike racers to the sport we are adding free kid's races. We'll be using a modified, shortened, and flat version of the full course for the young racers.

Racers are allowed to use mountain bikes in all categories except for the A group. For kids they can use whatever they have and for the 10 & under group they can have training wheels if necessary.

Event Schedule:
• 9:00 am: Kids Race - 10 years & Under (Parent assistance allowed) - 5 mins
• 9:05 am: Kids Race - 11 to 15 years - 10 minutes
• 9:30 am: Men's C - 30 minutes
• 9:31 am: Women's A - 40 minutes
• 9:32 am: Women's B - 30 minutes
• 10:30 am - Men's B - 40 minutes
• 10:31 am: Master's 35+ Men-- 40 minutes
• 11:30 am: Men's A - 60 minutes

Day of Race only at
Pinewood Elementary School, 11777 Pinewood Drive, North Delta
Opens at 8:00 am and closes for each race 30 minutes prior to its start.

Entry Fee:
Kids Cross - Free
U18 - $10
Others - $25
Unlicensed - add $10

Course map and more details can be found at

Or contact Anselmo at Anselmo(at)shaw(dot)ca.

Thanks to our sponsors:
South Shore Cycles
Riley Law
New Balance


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