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September 5/01 10:20 am - Euro Results, Ontario, New Zealand

Posted by Editor on 09/5/01

Holland Ladies Tour

Stage 3 - Oss 106 km

1 Bettina Schoke (Ger) German National Team 2:44:33
2 Wenche Stensvold (Nor) Team Sponsorservice s.t.
3 Petra Rossner (Ger) Saturn Cycling Team at 2:52
4 Anna Millward (Aus) Saturn Cycling Team
5 Diana Ziliute (Ltu) Acca Due O
6 Debby Mansveld (Ned) Vlaanderen T-Interim
7 Chantal Beltman (Ned) Nationale Selectie KNWU
8 Sabrina Raaijmakers (Ned) Ton v Bemmelen/Novilon all s.t.
9 Heidi van de Vijver (Bel) Vlaanderen T-Interim 2:56
10 Arenda Grimberg (Ned) Acca Due O s.t.

Lyne Bessette has dropped out.

Tour of Poland

Stage 2 - Gdynia to Koszalin 246 km

1 Angelo Furlan (Ita) Alessio 6:01:07
2 Jaan Kirsipuu (Est) Ag2r-Prevoyance
3 Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) Fassa Bortolo
4 Federico Colonna (Ita) Cantina Tollo
5 Romans Vainsteins (Lat) Domo-Farm Frites
6 Wladislaw Borisow (Rus) Itera
7 Hans De Clercq (Bel) Lotto-Adecco
8 Pawel Sendal (Pol) Polish Under 23 Team
9 Nicola Loda (Ita) Fassa Bortolo
10 Nicola Minali (Ita) Tacconi Sport

86 Dominique Perras (Can) Servisco all s.t.


1 Jaan Kirsipuu (Est) Ag2r-Prevoyance 9:59:21
2 Dario Andriotto (Ita) Alexia at 0:19
3 Raimondas Vilcynskas (Ltu) Mroz Supradyn Witaminy 0:21
4 Magnus Backstedt (Szw) Credit Agricole 0:25
5 Angelo Furlan (Ita) Alessio 1:08
6 Marcin Gebka (Pol) CCC-Mat 1:09
7 Kazimierz Stafiej (Pol) Mroz Supradyn Witaminy 1:11
8 Daniel Czajkowski (Pol) Servisco 1:12
9 Piotr Wadecki (Pol) Domo-Farm Frites 1:15
10 Remigius Lupeikis (Ltu) Mroz Supradyn Witaminy s.t.

67 Dominique Perras (Can) Servisco 1:18

Talvest Mutual Funds Ontario Cup Track Series Final
Courtesy Ralph Neumann

Marcel Thysman Memorial Grand Prix
Saturday September 08, 2001


Registration: 9:45 - 10:15am
Entry Fee: $20 ($15 Juniors)
Start: 10:30am

Schedule of Events

500m Flying ITT Sr. Men, Jr. Men, Women, Masters

Handicap Sprint All Categories combined

10 Lap Snowball Jr. Men, Women, Masters
15 Lap Snowball Sr. Men

Miss & Out Jr. Men, Women, Masters
Miss & Out Sr. Men

10 Lap Point-a Lap Jr. Men, Women, Masters
15 Lap Point-A-Lap Sr. Men

Handicap Sprint Final

12 Lap Scratch Jr. Men, Women, Masters
20 Lap Scratch Sr. Men

1. Handicap Sprint will not count towards O-Cup.
2. O-Cup is an Omnium. Points awarded to top 5 places: 5,4,3,2,1.
3. Non-licenced riders not eligible for O-Cup points.

For more info contact: or 905-775-8616

Directions to Wind-Del Community Park from Toronto (Courtesy of Ronde van Wind-Del)
Take QEW and 403 through Hamilton to the top of Hamilton Mountain at Ancaster. Leave Hwy 403 and join Hwy #2 toward Brantford. At Brant Road #18, turn left Follow Brant Road #18 for 8kms to Brant County Road #4 and turn left. Keep on #4 for about 11 kms. and cross Brant County Road #24 at Oakland. Continue to Scotland to the junction of Hwy. #24 after 3kms. Turn left onto Hwy #24 and immediately right at the fork onto Brant County Road #4. Continue for 6.5kms through Vanessa and then another 5kms. to Haldimand Norfolk Road #25. Turn left and proceed for 5kms to Windham Centre. At the T junction, turn right onto RR #9. Take the first left back onto #25, cross the railway tracks and Wind-Del Community Park is on the left hand side.

Multi-Laser Fall Cycling Grand Prix 2001
Courtesy Lee Fraser

Just when you thought it was time to hang up the bike and put to rest all that fitness gained this summer . . . Multi-Laser Solutions Inc. presents the Multi-Laser Fall Cycling Grand Prix to be held September 22nd and 23rd in Gananoque Ontario. With $1500.00 first prize for the 1/2 men and $5000.00 total prize money plus an equivalent in merchandise for the entire race this is a 'must do' race! A draw prize - a set of Mavic Ksyrium wheels (courtesy OGC and TI Cycle) is up for grabs for all entrants. $60.00 gets you two days of racing (three stages), two meals, a T-shirt, and water and refreshments before and after each stage. Additionally $15.00 from each entry will be donated to the Kingston Regional Cancer Centre's Children's Cancer Fund. Pay your significant other back for the summer of boring indutrial park crits by treating them to a peaceful weekend in the fall splendor of the beautiful Thousand Islands.

La Bicicletta Midweek Series
Courtesy Peter McCaffery

Sponsored by: Schwinn Canada, Trillium Foundation
Event 20, Handicap Criterium
23 laps of 2.05 km circuit, 48.2 km
Time 1h1'59"(scratch) 46.5 kph (fastest to date. Fastest lap over 50 kph!)

Peter Morse GO Cat. 1 1-01-59
David Fry RNH Cat. 1 s.t.
Craig Webster Ind. Master A s.t
Barry Reid Maple Leaf Cat. 1 s.t.
Alan Worozbyt St. Catharines Cat. 2 At 2 sec
Mark Polsinelli Pavan Master B s.t.
Tom Villano Woodbridge Italia Cat. 2 At 4 sec
Mauro Martini Ind. Master B s.t.
Tony Abramavicius Racer Sportif Master B s.t.
Eric Kameka HRT Cat. 3 s.t.

Jacek Wierzbicki Bici Prestige Contest
After 4 events
Craig Webster Ind. 32
Joe Giuliano Jet Fuel Sympatico 30
Peter Morse GO 29
Heath Cockburn Jet Fuel Sympatico 28
Barry Reid Maple Leaf 25
Don Zuck Pavan 18
Shannon Hunt RNH 17
David Fry RNH 16
Brent Aquino Ind 15
Roy Zucchetto Pavan 15

Thanks to Peter Hurley for timing and cones, Lisa Gillis for finish recording, A Brampton C.C. Vet for setting out course and to Kit McC for registration.

Series Standings
Peter Morse GO 138
Craig Webster Ind. 120
Jeff Hansen Ital Pasta 115
David Fry RNH 89
Heath Cockburn Sympatico 85
Barry Reid Maple Leaf 76
Ed. Makarchuk HRT 67
Joe Giuliano Sympatico 62
Paul Rego Ital Pasta 60
Roy Zucchetto Pavan 60
Mark Polsinelli Pavan 57
Mark Shaw Ind 57
Eric Kameka HRT 51
Kevin Speacht GO 51
Paul Hornak Gears 50
Don Zuck Pavan 51
Ed. Maset Pavan 46
Mike Ybanez RNH 45
Shannon Hunt RNH 43

Message From New Zealand

Lisa Horlor writes:

Hey there everyone. Lisa Horlor here from NZ. Just dropping you all a line to let you adventurous ones know where our Nationals races are and when. It would be awesome to see both XC and DH riders there. NZ is small and your dollar is strong compared to ours so racing for 2 months would be a reasonably cheap holiday (or workout) for you Canadians. There is plenty of free camping and lots of really nice people (like Craig and myself) which would make the trip easy (and loads of fun). For all those serious riders remember there are riders like John Kirkaldie, Nathan Rankin and Kashi Leuchs in our little country to give you a run for your money.

Apparently this year there is some prize money up for grabs (although it won't be alot) and some very nice beverages to help make any road trip a memorable (or non memorable) trip.

Our race classes include junior, masters, sport, expert and Pro, men and women, and we also have a hard tail class (which is often the most popular in the Downhill event) However I don't know how they do it without 7 inches of travel on the rear. Our courses are difficult!!!! Anyway here is the timetable:

Jan 18-20 Nelson (DH x2 & XC) IMPORTANT: XC ON SATURDAY
Thursday Jan 17th: Official downhill practise for DH race #1 and cross country practice.
Friday Jan 18th: Downhill race #1 and cross country practice.
Saturday Jan 19th: Cross country race #1 Downhill practice for race #2 organised for approximately 3 hours after the XC finishes.
Sunday Jan 20th: Downhill race #2

Jan 26-27 Cardrona (DH) Wanaka (XC)
Feb 16-17 Hawkes Bay (DH & XC)
March 3 Wellington - Karapoti (XC only) Please note NO DOWNHILL
March 9-10 Rotorua (DH & XC) Final

Further details of courses and locations will follow in the next publication of Planet Dirt, early September. If you guys want any more info then contact me: You
can contact me anyway if you want. Our NZ website is

CU soon, Lease.


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