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April 16/07 10:57 am - Bike Racer Become Bike Shop Owner, Sprockids Leaders Needed

Posted by Editoress on 04/16/07

Canada Cup Racer Opens Bike shop

Canada Cup racer Brendan MacIntosh has recently opened a bike store in Revelstoke, BC. After training with Pacific Sport Victoria and racing nationally and internationally for the past 4 years, Brendan decided it was time to shift his focus and share some of his knowledge gained from racing. Flowt Bikes and Skis provides expert bike fitting, professional repairs and competitive pricing to all levels of cyclists. Check out Flowt at 709 Victoria Rd in Revelstoke!

Sprockids Leaders - Employment Opportunity, Paris to Ancaster
Courtesy Chris Kiriakopoulos

The Hamilton Cycling Club, with the generous support of the Paris to Ancaster organization is delivering an "Introduction to Sprockids" session at the P2A finish line. HCC is looking to hire extra Certified Sprockids Leaders to accommodate the interested youth. The following pay scale will be applied for Certified Sprockids Leaders with a current police check and standard first aid certificate. New Leaders (no program experience) $17.50/hr, Experienced Leaders (at least one session) $25.00/hr.
The P2A session will be a minimum of 4hrs, Sunday, April 22nd, 2007.
Interested Sprockids Leaders can forward their name to the Hamilton Cycling Club, c/o Chris Kiriakopoulos ( for more information.

Team Commencal/ offers Free Pro Riding Clinic
Courtesy Sirbikealot Racing

Ontario-Cup DH #1, May 5th

Thats right folks, some of the fastest DH rippers in Ontario from Team Commencal/ will be hosting a free riding/racing clinic. In conjunction with Sirbikealot Racing, this clinic will be used to improve the skills of all riders at the Cycle Solutions Ontario Cup DH #1 presented by Foes/Ventana taking place at Kelso, Ontario.

The clinic will run on May 5th starting at 3:00pm, the clinic will progressively go through the course from top to bottom helping out riders improving their cornering, braking, technical sections, mental preparation and breathing techniques.

Simply show up at the start gate of the course at 3pm and learn how to master the rock drop, gap that log or punish those top berms.

See you all there!

Full details about the race and registration are available at


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