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October 19/99 9:43 am - Syncros Auction, Lots of 'Cross, Nova Scotia, Australia


Posted by Editor on 10/19/99
 

Buy a Piece of History

Mike Tierney has passed on an interesting link to the auction house that is selling off the remaining equipment for Syncros. As has been previously reported, the Syncros name and product line has been sold to GT, and this Canadian company is no more. Inventor of the bar end, manufacturer of many high end and bomb proof components, Syncros was one of the first Canadian success stories in the mountain bike industry. You can get more information about the auction at http://www.tradewestsales.com/syncros.asp. (Ed. Note: If anyone does go to the auction, please send us a report.)


CFB Borden Cyclo-Cross, Ontario

Everything is ready for this seasons fourth cyclocross event at CFB Borden, the Base Borden is located 15 K west of Barrie. Racing starts at 11:00 with Vets and Juniors, Senior men and women start at 1:30. This year we are having a special event for kids under 10. There are medals for all categories and a prizes from a long list of sponsors. Contact John Easton at 705-722-4492 or dhl@baradv.on.ca


Super Cup #1 Cyclo-Cross

Peter Wedge has sent in a report on the first race in the U.S. Super Cup cyclo-cross series, in Boston, Massachusetts.

1) Daniell Pontoni (Selle Italia)
2) Steve Larsen (ll bean)
3) Bart Bowen (Saturn)
4) Mark Gullikson
5) Peter Wedge (Kona-Mapei)
6) Tim Johnson (I.F.)
7) Frank MacKormack (Saturn)

Pontoni crushed. Bart rolled a tire (d'oh!) so Larsen got second, and Gullickson caught me with 2 to go. The course was fast and dry, possibly the hottest cross race ever (25+ degrees). Loads of spectators and a very well run race. They even had a beer tent. I was all over that. Other Canadians that I know of; Osmond Baker finished 21st, and Anna Healy finished 16th in the womens pro race. Land speed record for a Corolla packed to the nuts, Boston-Fredericton - 6:15hrs.


Bicycle Nova Scotia Awards Dinner
(courtesy Randy Gray)

4th Annual BNS Mountain Bike Series Awards Dinner - Tuesday, November 2nd, 7pm

Honey Garlic Buffet, 230 Chain Lake Drive,Bayers Lake Industrial Park

Eat What You Want, Pay for What You Eat

Dress: "R-E-T-R-O"

Awards for Top Three of Each Category. Prizes for Coolest Threds!

And it wouldn't be mountain biking if there weren't prizes for just showing up! DRAW PRIZES!

Cost: $12/person, includes All you can eat, drink, gratuity.

Contact Randy Gray at (902) 477-1888 if you need more info.


Southern Ontario Cyclo-Cross Series Standings
(courtesy Peter McCaffery)

Standings as of October 18th

CADETS
Ryan Roth 34
Kyle Rothwell 27
Andrew Watson 24
Ryan De Boer 21
Byron Dawson 12
Todd Forrest 9
Justin De Poce 5
Brook McArthur 1
James De Prinse 1

JUNIORS
Peter Sanowar 34
Colin Campbell 29
Steve Amos 17
Buck Miller 12
Paul Allaster 11
Kyle Epp 10
Thomas Woodhall 10
Brook McArthur 9
Chris Reid 9
Jonathan Nutbrown 2
Philip Miguel 2

MASTER B
Glen Laycock 24
Randy Brown 24
Martin Kohn 20
Pierre Perrin 20
Brian Thorne 11
Rob Cheskey 11
Tim Farrar 11
Bill Stoneman 10
John Easton 10
Gerry Hubers 9
Rob Zych 9
Jeff Parker 8
Murray Wickham 8
James Woodhall 7
Patrick Conroy 6
Paul Weaver 6
Gerald Van Dam 5
Stanley MacDonald 1
Philip Renaud 1

MASTER C
Harold Osborne 32
Frank Morrow 23
Roy Gilbraith 20
Bryan Campbell 11
Gary Choppick 11
Stan MacDonald 9

MINIME
Mark Pozniak 12

SENIORS
Christian Hansen 31
Dave Dermont 29
Jeff Weber 24
Josh Hall 23
Jeff Hansen 19
Scott Buschlen 18
Pat Shea 17
Peter Morse 15
Warren Davies 15
Steve Heck 13
Chris Wood 10
Tim Lefebvre 10
Andrew Croutch 9
Chris Paton 9
Kris Tobias 9
Enrico Traini 8
Al Worozbyt 7
Lorne Anderson 7
William Martinen 7
Ben De Bray 6
Dean Peddle 6
Michael Moore 6
Stuart Green 5
Bryan Piebe 4
Jim Kuz 4
Justin Hines 4
Rodney Merchant 4
Scott Doel 4
Stephan LaTour 4
Stuart Green 4
Tomas Baumgartner 4
Brent Arthurs 3
Matt Patterson 3
Sean Gander 3
Boyd Gibson 2
Chris Redden 2
Craig Deveer 2
Dave Del Duca 2
Dave Peoples 2
Fred Pepper 2
Gavin Kibble 2
Glen McCrone
Greg Bittmax 2
James McDonald 2
James Radix 2
Jason Castelli 2
Jeremy Gould 2
John Matthews 2
Kevin Haviland 2
Mark Chynoweth 2
Mike Schwartzantiefer 2
Mike Van den Bosch 2
Neil Moochoy 2
Pat DelDuca 2
Paul Boukemwicz 2
Peter Leyser 2
Pierre Julian 2
Rob Olver 2
Robert McKenzie 2
Robert Moore 2
Stephen Polloni 2
Terry Phelan 2
Alex Sanfran 2
Darko Berisauak 1
David Tuttie 1
Edward Sudden 1
Matt Chater 1
Matt Hansen 1
William Martinen 1

WOMEN
Helena Coney 31
Amy Jarvis 23
Anita Waymann 21
Sidney Gilbraith 17
Maogosha Pyjor 15
Leslie Greene 12
Lisa Holmgren 12
Lisa Hoskins 12
Robyn Holland 11
Danielle McLaughlin 10
Katie Alexander 10
Julia Bradley 9
Barb Brzezicki 7
Ingrid Coney 6
Sarak Hiseman 2
Vanessa Thorne 1


Herald Sun Tour, Australia

Stage 8 - Hamilton to Hall's Gap 114 km

1 Adham Sbeih (USA) Tattersall's 2:50:28
2 Ciaran Power (Ire) Latrobe - Moe at 0:18
3 Christian Heule (Swi) Malaysia Airlines
4 Nicolai Bo Larsen (Den) Home Jack & Jones
5 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Australia Post
6 Corey Sweet (Aus) Echuca - Moama
7 Peter Rogers (Aus) Southern Grampians - Hamilton
8 Tomas Konecny (Cze) Tyrepower
9 Jan Hruska (Cze) Tyrepower
10 Michael Blaudzun (Den) Home Jack & Jones all s.t.

Stage 9 - Hall's Gap to Ararat 50 km

1 Christian Andersen (Den) Home Jack & Jones 1:16:00
2 Brad Davidson (Aus) Jayco - V.I.S
3 Ashley Sheard (Aus) Transhepp both s.t.
4 Bjorn Glasner (Ger) Southern Grampians - Hamilton at 0:04
5 Milos Pejcha (Cze) Tyrepower 0:32
6 Dermot Finnegan (Ire) Latrobe - Moe 0:33
7 Peter Rogers (Aus) Southern Grampians - Hamilton 0:49
8 Antonio Cruz (USA) Australia Post
9 Bart Heirewegh (Bel) Sunsmart
10 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Australia Post all s.t.

GC

1 Michael Blaudzun (Den) Home Jack & Jones
2 Tomas Konecny (Cze) Tyrepower at 0:27
3 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Australia Post 0:30
4 Ciaran Power (Ire) Latrobe - Moe 0:37
5 Nicolai Bo Larsen (Den) Home Jack & Jones 0:56
6 Bart Heirewegh (Bel) Sunsmart 1:14
7 Jan Hruska (Cze) Tyrepower 1:16
8 Corey Sweet (Aus) Echuca - Moama 2:03
9 Christian Heule (Swi) Malaysia Airlines 2:12
10 Peter Rogers (Aus) Southern Grampians - Hamilton 2:15

 


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