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June 14/05 6:20 am - Employment Opportunities, Yaletown 2005, Olympic Track Petition

Posted by Editoress on 06/14/05

Sugoi Performance Apparel is currently seeking cyclists with a graphics background for their art department. If you have Adobe Illustrator skills and would like to a pursue a career in the cycling industry please visit Sugoi's web site for more details or contact Bryan Anderson

Yaletown Grand Prix

MJB Breweries and the Trek Red Truck Racing Team are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Yaletown Grand Prix Bicycle Classic to be held on Friday, July 1st (Canada Day) in the heart of downtown Vancouver's historic Yaletown.

Building on the recent and growing success of a series of races commonly known as "Superweek" and inspired by the revitalization of the Tour of Gastown, this year's installment of the race is destined to surpass the monumental success of the inaugural event, which attracted thousands of cheering spectators.

Over 300 riders are expected to battle it out thru the streets of historic Yaletown for a growing cash and prize list of over $10,000. The race features a brand new course designed for accessibility and excitement for spectators, safety and speed for the participants, and a race schedule to accommodate all categories of riders, including a new Masters category this year.

This race is expected to attract some of the top cyclists in North America and has the potential to become one of the premier cycling events on the calendar. Stay tuned for further announcements.

Race Schedule (subject to change)
*Cat Pro 1/2 Men's team size limited to six riders or 5% of the field, whichever is greater.

1:30Cat 3/4 Women30 min
2:15Cat 4/5 Men30 min
3:00Cat 3 Men45 min
4:00Master Men (over 35)40 min
4:50Awards-First 4 races
5:00Cat 1/2 Women45 min
6:00Cat Pro 1/2 Men*70 min

For more info visit

Reinstate Track Events Petition

The father of Chris Hoys (Athens Kilometre Gold medalist) has started a petition to reinstate the 2 events that the IOC has recently announced will be eliminated from the 2008 Olympic Games.

The link to the petition is HERE


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