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October 2/02 9:13 am - Bill Kinash Steps Down, Winnipeg Icebike

Posted by Editor on 10/2/02

Saskatchewan Cycling Gets New President
With files from CCA

The Saskatchewan Cycling Association welcomes their new President Ted Quade of Regina. "Ted is a randonneur but his family name might be familiar. His brother Roy Quade was a top road racer in the '70s, who placed as high as 4th and 5th at Road National's and represented Canada at the Road Worlds in Montreal, in 1974. It was, and still is, difficult for me (Bill Kinash) to let go but after serving as President for the past 10 years, and serving in various positions for another 10 years before that, it really was time to step aside."

Indeed, it will be different to go to a CCA AGM and not see Bill there. Bill has always acted as a voice of reason, and could be counted on to point out how any proposed change would affect cyclists. His shoes will be hard to fill.

Icebike Winnipeg
Courtesy the organizer

On February 02, 2003 the 5th annual Icebike event will be held at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba. For more information visit the website ( or contact:

Woodcock Cycleworks
157 St. Anne's Rd.,
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2M 2Z5
Phone: 253-5896
Fax: 257-6306


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