Posted by Editor on 03/16/00
UCI Centenary Ride
The UCI is celebrating its centenary this year with a number of activities, but there is one in particular that is open to the public. On April 16th any cycling enthusiast can participate in a 43 kilometre ride from Vallorbe and Lausanne (site of the UCI headquarters), Switzerland. A number of former world champions are expected to participate. The cost is 15 Euros (about $21 Canadian). Now, we don't expect many will immediately book a plane ticket to do this ride, but if you happen to be in the area... More information can be found by going to the UCI website (www.uci.ch), or by downloading the brochure - a PDF document that can be opened and printed off with Acrobat Reader.
Manitoba Officials Course
(courtesy Dave Benson)
The Manitoba Cycling Association wishes to announce a Mountain Bike Commissaire Course. The course is designed to train commissaires to officiate at the Provincial level. The course has been scheduled for Saturday April 15th at the Manitoba Sports Federation Building in Winnipeg. Anyone interested in participating in the course should contact the course conductor, Dave Benson (email@example.com) or Mike McKee, MCA Executive Director at 204-925-5686 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cycles Lambert Supports Jeanson
Québec-based bicycle parts and accessories distributor has announced a partnership with Junior World Champion Genevèive Jeanson to act as a principal sponsor. The company has sponsored Ms Jeanson for the past two years, however, this announcement states that the involvement has increased "in a major way". No other details on the sponsorship are available at this time.
Wedge Report From Redlands
Peter Wedge has sent in a report to Velo New Brunswick from the recently finished Redlands Classic race. The report can be found at www.velo.nb.ca.
Today the Sea Otter Classic begins, and we will be getting results and reports as soon as the racing finishes. Chris Redden will be supplying news updates from this race. Coming up this weekend - Milan-San Remo (World Cup #1) for the pro road men, and Primavera Rosa (World Cup #2) for the road women.
Also, registration for the Paris-Ancaster Enduro - click on the link in the upper right corner of your browser.
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