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August 10/02 14:17 pm - Midweek ITT, St-Bruno Crit, Dieppe Track, IMBA Trail Building Weekend

Posted by Editoress on 08/10/02

La Bicicletta 15k ITT Aug 8, 7 p.m.
Courtesy Tina Mayberry, Midweek Cycling Club

Paul Deventer, 22:59:00
Joe Doria, 23:44:00
Rick Meloff, 25:23:00
Barry Lodge, 26:36:00
Kimberly Arsenault, 26:58:00
Carolyne Haill, 27:02:00
Tim Taha, 27:07:00
Mia Oliver, 27:31:00
Davor Salahovic, DNF
Carolyne Bell, Off course

NOTE: Starting last week, the course has been shortened by about 100 meters, making it closer to 15k.

A special thanks to Geoff Gadd for helping me out this week, while Peter Hurley is off with his son Brenden at the Nationals.

Grand prix cycliste Excellence sports St-Bruno St Bruno, QC

The 2002 edition Saturday August 17, 2002

Purse over $2000

6pm Bibittes, Pee wee, Minime,
7pm Masters
8pm Senior Pro Élite

Check the Website for more information.

Sunday August 18th is the Classic Montréal - Québec 2002

Mike's Bike shop Track Cup week 3Dieppe, New Brunswick
Courtesy Atlantic Cycling Centre

Groupe B
Christien Arseneault
Laura Hominick
Jefferey Gaudet

Groupe A
Julien Gionet
Pablo Vergara
Don Ricker

Course aux points/Points race
Bruno Richard
Rob MCNair
Christien Arseneault

Pablo Vergara
Julien Gionet
Rob McNair

Scratch (Gr. B)
Christien Arseneault
Jeffery Gaudet
Laura Hominick

Groupe A
Pablo Vergara
Bruno Richard
Rob Mcnair

IMBA Trail Building Weekend
Courtesy Chris LaForest

Are you ready to move beyond simply riding your local trails and learn to build them? If you are, you will be excited to learn that The County of Bruce is hosting a trail building school at the Brant Tract (near Paisley, Ontario), on the weekend of September 13th to 15th. The trail building school will be lead by Mark Schmidt and Lora Woolner, who are with the IMBA/Subaru Trail Care Crew. The workshop will begin on Friday evening and will finish up on Sunday afternoon.

Mark and Lora are professional trail builders who travel across North America on behalf of the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) and Subaru, teaching proven and effective trail building techniques.

The workshop will focus on techniques to build durable, long lasting "single track" multi-use trails that will stand up to weather and heavy traffic with minimal maintenance. Each school combines interactive learning, hands-on trail work and top-notch instructors to develop skilled trail workers and crew leaders. Topics covered include designing sustainable trails, controlling water flow, building effective trail structures, and routine trail maintenance.

If you work for an agency involved in trail construction or maintenance, or are an active trail volunteer, you should attend this workshop, as the Brant Tract trail school will be one of the few Ontario stops on the North American tour.

We will have the registration forms and detailed schedule available by next week - the cost for the entire weekend session (starting Friday night) will be $40.00. If you are interested in attending, please e-mail me at and I will send you a registration form and required details. For more information on the IMBA/Subaru Trail Care Crew, see the IMBA web site at


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