Posted by Editoress on 06/1/99
Ontario Track League
The second Wind-Del Track League meet of the season will be held at the Wind-Del Track, Windham Centre on Saturday June 5th at noon. The usual program of events will be followed. For further information, call Keith Davidge at 905-824-8906 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buckwallow Cycling Centre presents "Sprockethead's Citizen Race" July 11th in Gravenhurst. Contact Spockethead Sports at 705-646-2518 for more information.
Buckwallow Cycling Centre is located 1/4 mile east of HWY #11 on Reay Rd., just N of Gravenhurst. The centre is open days a week from 9am to 5pm for cycling and trails range from easy "Family " doubletrack to "Challenging and Technical" singletrack.
The Adventure Mountain Bike School and Blue Mountain Resorts Ltd. are proud to present: "The Yodellers Shang-Gra-La" Points Race - June 19 (Downhill) & June 20 (Cross Country)
We are promoting a relaxed atmosphere with the focus on fun! $1000.00 cash prizes for Downhill Riders and $500.00 for Cross Country (X-C prize money may increase - we need 200 racers to make this happen!) Call the school for an event brochure - We will also be awarding a "Yodeller of the Race" award - please join us - we look forward to making some new friends over this weekend!
FULL TIME CHAIR LIFT ACCESS AT BLUE MOUNTAIN THIS YEAR! CALL FOR HOURS!
705-445-0231/416869-3799 EXTENTION 6125
TELL 'EM THE YODELLER SENT YOU!!!!
Vedder Mountain Revival Race, May 30th
Vedder Mountain Revival Race, Chilliwak BC - May 30th
(courtesy Rodney Hsu)
The third stop of EMP's Gary Fisher Race for the Trails series was the oldest mountain bike race in British Columbia. The Vedder Mountain Bike Race started two decades ago and has been one of the most popular events. This event is more than just a race, it's a family event that brings out riders of all ages. Unlike the Ridge classic, organizers and racers were blessed by dry, yet overcast weather. It was the perfect day for racing.
Report can be found Here Go down to new stuff.
Results can be found Here
2nd Annual BC High School Mountain Bike Championships
(courtesy Mike Pruner)
Held this past weekend (May 29 & 30th) at the Seymour Demonstration Forest in North Vancouver. The Weather was great, and the course was challenging with a huge hill climb. 67 schools from all over BC participated which added up to 415 racers aged 11 to 17. Here are the results from the race.
1. Matthew Green - Elphinstone
2. Brad Fairell - Handsworth
3. Joel Morris - Robb Road
4. Brendon Edgar - Whistler
5. Marcus Waring - Seycove
1. Andrew Cartwright - Handsworth
2. Tyler Krenz - Valemont
3. Andy Orr - St. Michaels' University School
4. Clayton Payne - Claremont
5. Craig Walsh - West Vancouver
1. Ben Sigston - Argyle
2. Terry Garnett - Argyle
3. Will Routely - Whistler
4. Fred McGuininness - Cowichan
5. Kevin Muirhead - Sutherland
1. Jeremy Clement - Elphinstone
2. Dave Vunic - Spectrum
3. Brandon Smoley - Caledonia
4. Matthew McKinnon - Parkland
5. Alex Sherwood - Argyle
1. Anna Sneddon - Chatelech High
2. Brook Baker - Whistler
3. Lindsay Manning - Pitt Meadows
4. Steph Menzies - Pt. Grey
5. Nichola Bennet - Whistler
1. Jean Anne McKirdy - Valemont
2. Jessica Guggins - Brackendale
3. Kelsey Coreen - Cariboo Hill
4. Tera Cousins - Sutherland
5. Darcy Turenne - Highland
1. Kristy Smith - Argyle
2. Lindsay Belfry - Argyle
3. Ashley Melvor - Whistler
1. Holly Nusse - Valemont
2. Alison Clarke - Sutherland
3. Danielle Balik - Carson Graham
4. Michelle McDonald - Gleneagle
5. Thecla Smith - Valemont
Outstanding Male Biker Award
Ben Sigston - Argyle
Outstanding Female Biker Award
Holly Nusse - Valemont
The 1999 Prairie Steam Road & Mountain Bike Stage Race
(courtesy Edmonton Road and Track Club)
May 29 & 30, Calgary, Alberta.
Results can be found Here
Camp Fortune has a new address for their website. Go Here for information about the event.
More results from the last 2 World Cup Track meets
(courtesy Jim Fisher)
In Mexico : Olympic Sprint (K. Bruneau, Jim Fisher, Doug Baron) was 13th with a new Canadian Record 1:02.7.
Doug Baron was 9th in the 200m.
At the Texas meet, Doug Barons time for the 200 (which he rode on a borrowed bike) was 10.8
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