Posted by Editoress on 01/31/05
Roth Wins in Texas
Ryan Roth started his season with a bang by winning the Omloop Whatever Lake Is In Flemish? in Canyon Lake, Texas on Saturday the 29th.
GearsRacing.com forwarded us this note from Texas
"I got the teams first win of the year in the first Texas Cup race, the Omloop Whatever Lake Is In Flemish circuit race. I won a field sprint of about 60 riders or so in the 1hr event. I also started the Green Valley Grand Prix the next day, but after bridging to the winning break I flatted with no wheel service and ended up back in the bunch before the bolt that holds the saddle to post came loose and I pulled out."
Ryan is off to Arizona for more training and early season racing.
Hall and Porter Join ACS
ACS Distribution Inc. the distributors for KHS, Free Agent and FMF bicycles, Hammer Nutrition, Selle Italia,Vuelta XRP Wheels,Interloc Racing Products and Cygolite in Canada along with several other products have hired 2 long time cycling veterans.
Josh Hall has taken over sales for Southwestern Ontario. Josh brings a lot of experience and an extensive cycling background to the team at ACS. He raced with the Ontario Provincial Team and National Mountain Bike Team up 1998 competing in several World Championships. Josh currently races mountain bikes for KHS and road with the Jetfuel Coffee team. A graduate of the University of Waterloo in Kinesiology, Josh becomes our team leader regarding Hammer Nutrition the leaders in Sport Nutrition Products.
Terry Porter will take on the position of inside Sales and Service for ACS. Terry has over 20 years of retail experience and will be able to provide plenty of support to the Retail Market. A former member of the Ontario Provincial Mountain Bike Team and seven time 24hr Team Champion Terry has an extensive background in the cycling business. Terry continues to be involved in event promotion most notably the 8hr Relay for Luke and Down Syndrome in September.
Dundas Valley Conservation Area Special Open Houses
If you are a Dundas Valley Conservation Area user, you're invited to attend one of three special Hamilton Conservation Authority open houses to review the importance of the Valley to community residents.
Trail users will be offered one of three sessions that most meets their interests at HCA's Main Office, 838 Mineral Springs Road in Ancaster
Dates for user specific information sessions:
Hikers and Dog-walkers - Tues. Feb. 22, 7 p.m.
Cyclists: Tues. Mar. 1, 7 p.m.
Equestrians: Tues. Mar. 8, 7 p.m.
Topics to be Discussed:
The Dundas Valley Conservation Area: an extraordinary asset, land holdings, and costs to acquire and maintain
User Fees and Access Privileges
HCA Trail Etiquette
Recognition Awards for Outstanding Volunteers
How You Can Help Preserve & Protect the Valley, Now and For Generations To Come
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