Posted by Editor on 05/19/00
The debate over Eric Wohlberg's disqualification in the U.S. Olympic Trials Time Trial - which he won, and which is also the first stage of the Tour LeFleur stage race - continues to rage. Wohlberg claims that he was given the okay by officials on the line, and that it is the same bike with which he won the Pan Ams last year. We are waiting for a statement from bike manufacturer Cervelo.
Registration prices go up after May 21st for the Hardwood Hills Schwinn/Toyota Canada Cup, so get your registration in now. Just click on the Online Event Registration button at the top of your browser window.
Camp Fortune Canada Cup DH #1
We just spoke with Canada Cup Downhill #1 organizer Peter Suderman, at Camp Fortune. The event ofers both a Quebec Cup cross-country (tomorrow) and the Canada Cup (and Quebec Cup) Downhill (Sunday). Peter says that there are over 700 already registered for the weekend, with riders coming in from all over canada for the Canada Cup. In the cross-country, riders such as Eric Tourville, Bill Hurley and Julian Hines are registered. Peter says that the courses are the same as last year's Nationals, but that the cool, wet weather of late has made them pretty slippery.
Talamasca 2-Up TT - Ontario
Newmarket Eagles Cycling Club in partnership with Intersports Inc. Racing Team
Victoria Day - Monday May 22, 2000
LOCATION: Bradford, Ontario (1999 Provincial's Road Race Site)
DIRECTIONS: From Toronto take Hwy 400 North (400 south from Barrie). Exit at Simcoe Rd 88 towards Bradford - East. At first stoplight (10 Sideroad) turn left - north. Follow 10 Sideroad for approx. 5 km to 11 Line and turn left - west. Parking is available at the Bradford Town Offices - DO NOT PARK ON THE GRASS.
DETAILS: This event has received a Citizens Sanction from the Ontario Cycling Association. It is open to all cyclists who can provide proof of OCA insurance. The only acceptable proof of insurance is: CCA Race Licence, OCA Membership Card, or OCA Affiliated Club Member Card. This is a 40km time trial to be completed in 2 person teams. The course is 2 laps of a 20km circuit with the start and finish area on an adjoining road. This event will take place on open roads and riders are required to follow the Ontario Highway Traffic Act. The categories are as follows:
Master Men - Combined age 80+
Mixed Teams - Male/Female, Master/Youth(under17)
ENTRY FEE: $20.00 per team
REGISTRATION: 9:00 to 9:45am. - First team starts at 10:01am.
PRIZES: Medals for top 3 teams in each category, except tandem 1 place only. All participants receive a ticket for 10 draw prizes - you must be present following the event to receive your prize.
FOR MORE INFO CONTACT:Talamasca Management Inc. @ 905-775-8616
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