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October 28/05 5:15 am - Upcoming Events

Posted by Editoress on 10/28/05

Upcoming Events

October 29th

Ontario: October 29th & 30th - Wellington Brewery Cross Weekend

This weekend brings the first ever 2 day Cyclo Cross event in Ontario to Kelso . Both Saturday and Sunday will feature the regular 11 AM and 1 PM start times.

Please Note: Start times for the younger riders - The PeeWee/Minimee race be at 11am, and the Cadets race with the Juniors at 1pm.

There will be prizes for the best costume on both days. Also there are $100 Grand Prizes for the Overall Best Rider of Both days in the Sr mens, Sr Womens, and Vet A Mens categories.

The weather looks to be great this weekend, so see you at Kelso Conservation area in Milton!

Alberta ABA Annual General Meeting - October 29 in Edmonton. Click HERE for details.

BC Jericho `Cross Classic Jericho Park, Vancouver. For details of the race visit

October 30th

Nova Scotia: Supah-Kup-A-Soup Cyclo-Kross Series in Halifax. For more information go to

Manitoba: Alter Ego Psychocross Race at Whittier Park, start 11am. For details go HERE

Saskatchewan October 30 - Provincial Championships, Saskatoon
Organizer: Cycledelia ˆ Bob Hawboldt/Shannon Hood
Cost: $10 or $5 for Cycledelia and BCW members
Location: Victoria Park, Saskatoon

Alberta Cyclo-cross Provincials in Red Deer

November 1st

PEI: Halloween MTB Ride - November 1st at 6:30 PM there will be a Halloween MTB Ride starting at Appin Road. All riders are asked to bring some sort riding light, a flash light will do. Costume are recommended/suggested. For more info, show up 10 minutes early.

Extra costume or decorations or extra candy are able to be dropped off at Smooth Cycle. This will allow Mark Creamer and Luke MacDonald to have the trail decorated and raked

November 3rd

BC Cycling BC Awards Night Gala. Information and tickets available on the Cycling BC WEBSITE.


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