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April 21/98 19:09 pm - Paris-Ancaster, B.C. and Alberta News, Earth Day


Posted by Editor on 04/21/98
 

Paris-Ancaster Results!

The results are in for the Paris-Ancaster enduro! Go HERE. Warning: this is a fairly large file.


Seymour Mountain Closure (courtesy EMP and Lee Lau)

Latest update on Seymour closures. I spoke to the Ranger today and:

1. They have put up signs.
2. They will keep ticketing
3. They've shut down Lois Lane and Corkscrew for sure.
4. He thinks we're complete loonies for riding that stuff.


Calgary Meeting (courtesy Greg Flaaten)

The Annual General Meeting Calgary Mountain Bike Alliance takes place Wednesday April 22, 1998, 7:00 pm Sunnyside - Hillhurst Community Association 1320 5 Avenue NW

We invite everyone to come on out and be properly informed on local MTB issues.


More Turkey Point Results (courtesy Val Davidge)

Valerie Davidge has kindly sent a few more placings for Sunday‚s Turkey Point road race (thanks Val!). However, please note that we do not have the people to enter all results, for all races. If you can e-mail us results (or let the organizers know that they should do so), then we are happy to put them up. As an example, the Paris-Ancaster results were sent to us this way (if you aren‚t sure how to send results, please contact us).

Senior 1/2 - places 11 to 20 (with category)

11. Tomas Baumgartner Neworld 2
12. Danielle Di Franchesci Saeco 1
13. Robert Huff Maple Leaf 1
14. Craig DeVeer Mississauga 1
15. Dan Magiacomo Jet Fuel 1
16. Steve Narasnek Schwinn 2
17. Brent Arthurs Woodbridge Italia 1
18. Domenic Rigato Racer Sportif 2
19. Hans Strasser Queen City 2
20. Adrian Jackson Coventry Oly. 2

Keith Peck 23rd

9 of the riders in the top ten were Senior 1's. The 10th was Peter Mazur (Cadet)


Earth Day

Tomorrow (April 22nd) is Earth Day. We would like all of our readers to do something for the environment on this day, whether it is as simple as riding your bike instead of your car, or picking up some garbage. Be part of the solution, not the problem.

 


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