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March 2/00 3:23 am - Video Theatre, Cadet, Montreal World Cup and More

Posted by Editor on 03/2/00

Video Action

16mm Action and Canadian Cyclist are pleased to present the Extreme Theatre at the Toronto Bike Show this coming weekend. Canadian distributor Ryeka Sport is premiering 4 new extreme cycling videos, and will offer continuous showings of other popular videos at the National Trade Centre in Exhibition Place Friday, March 3rd to Sunday, March 5th.

The video premiers are:

Chain Reaction - Friday 5:30 pm
Props Millenium - Friday 7:30 pm
Down - Saturday 1:30 pm
Evolve - Saturday 4:30 pm

These videos will continue to run through the weekend, along with Shift, North Shore Extreme III, 1999 World Championships (all disciplines), Outer Extremities and others. Be sure to fill out a ballot for a chance to win videos throughout the weekend.

Another Cadet for 2015
(courtesy Mike Shea)

Luca and Debbie Segato have a son. Fabrizio was born about three weeks ago. Rumour has it he is sprinting for dinner already.

Montreal World Cup

We are pleased to annouce that we have reached an agreement with the organizer of the Montreal Women's World Cup road race to provide their website for this year's event (May 28th). Within the next couple of weeks an initial website will go up, with pre-race information, maps, schedules, etc. During the race we will be providing a live webcast, with lap-by-lap coverage. Stay tuned.

Round the World

Two women from Waterloo Region are cycling around the world this year with Odyssey 2000 (part of a tour organized by Tim Kneeland and Associates in Seattle Washington). Instead of just using this incredible adventure for their own growth and experience, they are letting two organizations (Lisaard House and Hospice of Waterloo Region) use their participation to raise awareness and donations for a cause close to their heart - hospice palliative care.

We have developed a website at, which people can visit to follow their journey. We have a local radio station broadcasting live updates weekly from Charmaine as she travels around the world, along with regular media reports sent to local newspapers. The two riders were profiled in this month's Canadian Living and a picture appears in Our Millennium Catalogue of Possibilities. We are of course, always looking for new opportunities to let people know about the ride.

I thought this may be of interest for your readers and webvisitors - to let them know about this amazing journey!

Yvonne Williams
Wheels around the World ...Linda and Charmaine's bike ride for hospice

Tour of Murcia

Stage 2 - Murcia to Cieza 156 km

1. Francisco Cabello (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca 3:59:39
2. Alberto Elli (Ita) Telekom
3. Paolo Lanfranchi (Ita) Mapei-Quick Step
4. Gabriele Missaglia (Ita) Lampre-Daikim
5. Marco Velo (Ita) Mercatone
6. Dave Bruylandts (Bel) Farm Frites
7. Serge Baguet (Bel) Lotto-Adecco
8. Igor Flores (Esp) Euskaltel-Euskadi
9. Antonio Tauler (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca
10. Aitor Osa (Esp) Banesto all s.t.


1. Francisco Cabello (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca 9:25:46
2. Marco Velo (Ita) Mercatone at 0:04
3. Alberto Elli (Ita) Telekom s.t.
4. Paolo Lanfranchi (Ita) Mapei-Quick Step 0:06
5. Flavio Zandarin (Ita) Alessio Sgm s.t.
6. Gabriele Missaglia (Ita) Lampre-Daikim 0:10
7. Serge Baguet (Bel) Lotto-Adecco
8. Igor Flores (Esp) Euskaltel-Euskadi
9. Dave Bruylandts (Bel) Farm Frites
10. Miguel A M.Perdiguero (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros all s.t.


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