Posted by Editor on 04/2/04
Blizzard Bike Club - Fort St. John, BC
Courtesy Pat Ferris
April 1, 2004
Richard Howes won the first 16 km Baldonnel time trial of the season, Thursday night. His time of 27:44 was 45 seconds faster than second place Pat Ferris. Eric Lowry won the 8 km event with 13:42 minutes. Twenty-one riders came out on a cool but relatively calm evening. Coming up: Sunday is a Pineview to Upper Pine and return road race. Start time is 2:00 pm.
1 Richard Howes 27:44
2 Pat Ferris 28:29
3 Rod Lewis 29:02
4 Roger St. Jean 29:47
5 Ed Fornelli 30:17
6 Gary Hilderman 30:18
7 Gord Harris 30:59
8 Tessa Bilodeau 31:23
9 Richard Wood 31:29
10 Tammy Howes 31:38
11 Darren Guliov 31:47
12 Ken Nix 32:01
13 Dean Lowry 34:21
14 Barb Polehoykie 36:03
1 Eric Lowry 13:42
2 Val Lewis 13:48
3 Marg Evens 17:19
4 Cassie Baker 18:24
5 Lois Harris 18:44
6 Debbie Gardiner 19:44
7 Kyle Gardiner 21:27
Victoria Cycling League
Courtesy David McKinney
March 28, 2004
1 Steve Bunnin (Cycledelia)
2 Bob Cameron (Sidney Velo)
3 Chuck Detheridge (Sidney Velo)
4 Steve Bachop (Schwalbe)
5 Dave Perrin (UVIC Tri)
6 Marty Willock (Victoria Wheelers)
7 JP Dunlop (Teen Speed)
8 Kevin Morrison
9 Craig Richey (UVIC Tri)
1 Dave Lundine (UVIC Tri)
2 Kenji Jackson (Russ Hay)
3 Eric Gowland (UVIC Tri/Victoria Wheelers)
4 #342? is either Brendan Piovesan or Fraser Hayes (Teen Speed)
5 Charles Durrant (Schwalbe)
6 Dave Dutton (Nanaimo Cycling Club)
7 Robin Gwynne (Victoria Wheelers)
8 Lauren Kildaw (UVIC Tri)
9 Simon Ciceri
1 Wendy Sims
2 Linda Robichaud
3 Jenny Trew
4 Nina Krack
5 Adrienne Stedford
Velodrome Work Day - Michigan
Courtesy Leonardo Gianola
This Saturday, April 3, will be a work day out at the velodrome from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
There is some work that is needed to be done on the guardrail which will require a little sanding and touchup.
Also, it is important to make sure that there are no drainage issues.
If the weather is nice, which it is supposed to be, then the track will be open for volunteers to ride.
For velodrome information visit:
2004 Catena Network CycleLogik Racing Team
Ottawa, Canada - The Catena Networks CycleLogik Racing team is pleased to announce the team's roster and new title sponsor for 2004. Catena Networks joins Cycle Logik in proudly presenting this year's team and are looking forward to an exciting and rewarding year.
(r) = returning team member
Barry Publow (r)
Paul Chedore (r)
Phil Coldrey Lo (r)
David Gazsi (r)
Tom Stevens (r)
Ian Fraser (r)
Mountain Bike Team
Alain Reain (r)
Jeff Hayes Ã‹â€ junior
Alexey Ivanov (r)
Mike Flavel Ã‹â€ junior (r)
Tricia K. Spooner (r)
The 2003 CycleLogik Racing Team represented its sponsors at 85 events in 4 provinces, and collected 79 podiums and 21 victories! In 2004, the Catena Networks CycleLogik Racing Team will be competing in events regionally, provincially and nationally within Canada, as well as select US events.
About the Catena Network CycleLogik Racing Team
The Catena Networks CycleLogik Racing Team is a Provincial Trade Team based in Ottawa that aims to develop and deliver a complete competitive cycling program through racing, race organization, rider development and community involvement. The Team is proud to be associated this year with Catena Networks, an Ottawa telecommunications firm lending its support and the team's new crimson and blue colours to the team for 2004!
The 2004 edition of the team is made up 18 athletes, racing in the elite and expert classes in road, mountain bike and cyclocross. In addition to reaching the podium in regional, provincial and national events the team has placed a focus on building a junior race program complete with a mentor program and sponsorship support as a way to keep building the Ottawa and overall bike-racing scene.
Announcing a New Race on the Schedule: The Capital Road Classic
What: A circuit type race on a 7.5km loop
Who: for Senior-1, Senior-3, Junior, Master-A, Master-BCD racers
When: Sunday August 8th, 2004 (start times and registration details will be available soon)
Where: Ottawa, 5 minutes east of downtown
Presented by: Catena Networks CycleLogik Racing Team
If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact Tricia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need to Contact Us? Please feel free to drop a note to email@example.com.
Ride for the Rouge
Please accept this invitation to join the 11th annual Ride for the Rouge Bicycle Challenge.
This is an event the whole family can participate in and enjoy. And it's a great way to stretch your legs in preparation for a busy season of biking, hiking, paddling or whatever interests keep you busy. Plus, you'll be supporting a valuable cause.
Starting at the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre overlooking the valley, you can choose either our 25 km or 50 km route. From the historic Pearse House, the route meanders through quiet streets on its way to Rouge Beach on Lake Ontario. From there, the route takes you up the opposite side of the valley and through some of the last remaining farmland in Toronto. It concludes back at Pearse House, across from the world famous Toronto Zoo.
After the ride, stay and enjoy a complimentary barbecue lunch and entertainment while you meet and greet fellow cyclists and nature lovers. You're also invited to take a guided hike in the park. And there's lots of prizes to be won for pledges and participation including a VIA Rail pass for two, bicycle accessories and much more.
All proceeds from the Ride for the Rouge go to the Rouge Valley Foundation for education and rehabilitation projects. For more information about the Rouge Valley Foundation visit www.rivernen.ca/found.htm.
We hope you can help us spread the word about this exciting event and join us on Saturday, May 8, 2004 for the 11th annual Ride for the Rouge Bicycle Challenge. Registration starts at 9:30 am at the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre, 1749 Meadowvale Road in Scarborough, across the street from the Toronto Zoo. Please remember, helmets are mandatory. Come on out, it's going to be a great day!
Thanks and we look forward to seeing you,
Ride for the Rouge Committee
To access maps, registration and pledge forms visit www.rivernen.ca/ride_mr.htm
For more information call 416-282-8265.
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