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January 13/10 16:47 pm - Prince Edward Island to Host First Ever Canadian Single Speed Championships In 2010

Posted by Editoress on 01/13/10

September 25th and 26th, 2010 will be Prince Edward Island's time to shine as it presents the first openly advertised Canadian Single Speed Championships (CSSC).

50 kilometres of beautiful yet difficult rolling single-track awaits single speeders from Victoria to Halifax, between and beyond during what is arguably the most beautiful time of year for our sport. And although the title will go to the first male and female Canadians to cross the finish line, riders from around the globe are more than welcome to make this race even better.

To make the 2010 CSSC happen in true single speed style, there will be live music before and after the race , great food, and of course plenty of Canada's favourite beverage. Race organiser Eric Cudmore states "I want everyone to have as much fun as possible. That's my main concern.” What better person to host the CSSC than a three time Single Speed World Championships participant as well as former brew master. Prizes for male and female winners are top secret for now, but will definitely be worth the gruelling effort. There will also be awards for best dressed, and for the racer who travelled the furthest to get to PEI. Of course several other none traditional awards and door prizes will be given out.

Pre registration will be available at these locations: starting in February

For more information, please contact Eric at


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