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June 10/08 12:58 pm - Cycle Solutions O-Cup DH #2 Pre Race Report, FREE Skills and Safety clinic at Cycle Solutions O-Cup #2

Posted by Editoress on 06/10/08

Cycle Solutions O-Cup DH #2 Pre Race Report
Courtesy Peter Appleton, Sirbikealot Racing

The BRAND NEW course has been settling in nicely since its creation a couple of weeks ago. Many of those who attended the build day said it will easily be the best course at Kelso ever! This new course offers everything from open flow tree sections, fire road sprints, step downs and steep technical rocks. With an average projected time of around 2 minutes it will also be longer than anything offered at Kelso.

Equally as exciting, Team Commencal will be offering a FREE Skills and Safety clinic, Sat 3:30pm at the Start gate. This clinic will help hone your skills, give a safer insight in DH racing and ofcourse help take seconds off your time!

This event is NOT to be missed!

Don’t forget to pre-register at: (1day licences are $10 online, $20 at the event) Pre-reg closes noon friday June 13th

We can’t thank enough our amazing support staff, Lee Allen, Kris Somers (MC/DJ), Allan Hawley and his timing staff, Kelso Pro Patrol and staff (Barb and Simon) and ofcourse the amazing volunteers and sponsors: Bike Store, Commencal Bikes, Norco Performance Bikes , Kenda Tires, Titec Components,, Privateer Racing, To Wheels, Industry Bike park, Harverys, YODO bike, E-13, Atomlab, Azonic and CIBC.

For all results and Ontario Cup DH/4X racing info go to

FREE Skills and Safety clinic at Cycle Solutions O-Cup #2 Kelso

Team Commencal will be putting on a FREE Skills and Safety clinic at Cycle Solutions O-Cup #2 Kelso

Where/When: Meet at 3:30pm Sat June 14th at start of course, Finished 5pm sharp!!

Why: To improve your skill set (cornering,
visualization, breathing, pedaling, jumping etc) and
to learn how to ride safer (aware of surrounding,
riding within your limits, fall techniques).

Who: Open to riders of all skill levels, minime encouraged!


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