See you next year!
MCA Year End Banquet and Awards is up next on November 25th. More information HERE
See you next year!
MCA Year End Banquet and Awards is up next on November 25th. More information HERE
If you are planning to register for the Road Test Event at Birds Hill Park on May 13, the price will go up by $20 at midnight.
PURPOSE: To collaborate with all race disciplines to determine cycling’s 2015 sanctioned events.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 14th,2015. 6pm start
WHERE: Sport for Life Centre – 145 Pacific Avenue
WHO: Should Attend?
See Race Calendar Policy (Race Calendar Setting Policy)
As we prepare for the 2015 race season and Race calendar meeting on Wednesday January 14th, I am sending out a reminder to all clubs that they may appoint a Club rep to represent your club on each of the Race discipline committees. Club Presidents or Club Reps should advise the discipline chair by email as to who will be representing their club and for which discipline.
Click (Here) to see an overview of how communication flows between members/clubs, clubs reps, and your MCA Discipline Coordinator.
|Race Discipline||Race Discipline Coordinator||Race Discipline Email address|
|Kids of Mud||Seema Sainifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mountain Bike||Jackson Locken||Jackson.email@example.com|
Club reps, represent their Club. Information flows from club members to the club rep. Club reps collaborate with the Discipline Coordinator and other race discipline Clubs Reps to decide on activities important to the growth and success of their discipline. Meetings are led by the Discipline coordinator. Communication also flows from the Discipline coordinator to the committee. Club reps are expected to keep their clubs & members informed about the discipline they represent as well as take a working role on any actions/activities as deemed important by the Race discipline committee.
If you have any questions please contact the Discipline Coordinator as listed above or the MCA Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-925-5686
We have a lot to celebrate – please join us on Sunday, November 16 for our Annual Awards Banquet!
Deadline to purchase your MCA Banquet tickets is Wednesday, November 12th!
Online link to purchase tickets: https://ccnbikes.com/2014-annual-mca-awards-banquet/store/
DATE: Sunday, November 16th
LOCATION: Norwood Hotel/112 Marion St
MTB Provincial championships
Saturday, August 2
Falcon Ski Hill
Race Details (Click Here)
Online Registration closes Aug 1 at midnight
Commissaires play a critical role in our sport, ensuring that cycling races are held in the best possible conditions and that races are run fairly by ensuring that the rules are uniformly applied. The MCA is pleased to provide the entry level course for those that are interested in becoming a Commissaire.
The structure of the course is as follows:
Technical – 2 days of classroom training Practical Assessment – Officiate in a training capacity under the guidance of the instructor
The Technical Course will introduce you to the basics of being a Commissaire as well as fundamental officiating skills (e.g. Timekeeping, Finish Judging, equipment check, etc.) The goal of the training at this level is to build awareness and understanding of how to apply the regulations while learning to execute the officiating skills for the Road & Cross discipline competently. Upon completion of the course, each candidate will be expected to successfully pass a Practical Assessment via officiating in a training capacity under the guidance of the instructor.
Instructor: Arlene Woodcock
National Road Commissaire, Canada Cycling Commissaire Learning Facilitator, Canada Cycling Chief Road/Cross Commissaire, Manitoba Cycling Association
To Register for the course please contact Arlene Woodcock via email at : email@example.com
Thank you to everyone that attended the race calendar meeting last evening (Jan 15th) and provided interest in hosting a race event this season. We had approx. 25 in attendance last evening, which was a very good turn-out despite weather conditions.
The purpose of the January meeting is to determine a structure for the race calendar to support all disciplines.
The first draft of the race calendar is now in the works with some fine tuning to be completed over the next 2 weeks.
1)Disciplines Directors will follow-up with Race organizers to resolve any date conflicts/date changes.
2)Race Dates will be posted on the MCA website by Jan 31,2014.
3)Race Organizers start to work on Event plans. Event Planning Summary Here
Race Organizer Tools:
2013 ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET
WHEN:Saturday, November 9th
Online registration for tickets closes at 12 midnight on Nov 3. Please contact the MCA office for further details: 204-925-5686.
Banquets tickets are available for purchase online before Nov 3 – midnight.
Final Headcount must be provided to the venue by close of business on November 4. Tickets will not be available for purchase once headcount is finialzed with vender. If there are any questions or concerns please contact the MCA office at 204-925-5686 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: “Paper” Banquet Tickets will not be printed. Simply check-in at the MCA Welcome desk when you arrive.
Come celebrate the season with us !
Source: Canadian Cyclist Daily News
Posted by Editoress on 07/14/18
Winnipeg’s Mitchell Ketler Wins BC Superweek’s First Ever Twilight Criterium at PoCo GP
Kendall Ryan Continues Domination at BC Superweek
After winning the 2018 PoCo Grand Prix presented by Dominion Lending Centres, 21-year-old Mitchell Ketler was pretty much speechless. The Winnipeg, Manitoba native used some cunning tactics to capitalize on the final lap to take the biggest win of his career.
“Oh yeah, for sure, it’s awesome. It’s like I’m dreaming!” said Ketler, who is attending Camosun College in Victoria, BC in electrical trades. “I just had to cut it tight on the final corner, I saw Rally going a little bit outside and I knew that was my chance.”
Ketler cut past Rally Cycling’s Eric Young, who has been superb at BC Superweek thus far with four wins and six straight podiums, and Florenz Knauer, himself appearing on five podiums in six races this week. Heading into the final corner, the 29-year-old Knauer thought he had the win.
“I thought so. Eric went from the right side to the left and I lost all my momentum in the last corner. I went first but Mitch came on the inside way faster than me because I had to slow down, I guess I lost it in that corner.”
The second-place finish is the third straight for Knauer after coming in the same position in Thursday’s Giro di Burnaby presented by Appia Developments and Wednesday’s Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix. Friday’s race was the first ever twilight criterium in BC Superweek history, and the Hermann Radteam rider was impressed.
“It was awesome, the crowd was especially great here and it was a lot of fun. The lighting was perfect, the crew did an amazing job as always,” said Knauer, the owner of 34 top-10 finishes at BC Superweek since 2013.
The last ten laps of the 50-lap circuit were animated by the Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One team, which at one point had an aggressive lead out of four riders off the front. In the end, it was Sacramento, California’s William Myers coming in third place.
“We came in with one plan and that was to take the front with about ten to go and just ride it as hard as we could. I’m just happy I could get on the podium in the end and have a good race,” Myers explained.
Myers was once ranked among the top-10 in the world in a competitive video game, but on Friday, the 29-year-old was sure to inspire kids in the crowd to put down the video game controller and pick up a bike. He too recognized the importance of the last corner before the start/finish line in PoCo.
“I was maybe seventh wheel with two corners to go. I just opened it up on the inside, came by a couple of people, maybe fourth wheel into the last corner and just had a little more momentum than Eric did and got on the podium,” he said.
When it comes to racing BC Superweek, Myers – who won the Folsom Classic Criterium in May – loves the variety the series offers. “It’s really wonderful, it’s different than racing in the United States, having the teams we only get to race against a couple of times a year. It’s fun to race against different people, the courses are so hard, and the community really comes out and puts on a good show for us.”
There’s something in the air in Canada that agrees with Team TIBCO – Silicon Valley Bank rider Kendall Ryan. The 25-year-old from Ventura, California is nearly unstoppable at BC Superweek this year after she sprinted to win the PoCo Grand Prix presented by Dominion Lending Centres on Friday night.
It’s her fifth win at the series and sixth podium in seven races – plus she’s won nearly $20,000 in prize money. She used a tactic that’s been successful for her earlier in BC Superweek, where she bided her time during the race and set up for a bunch sprint on the final lap.
“Rally Cycling’s been kicking our butts this entire week, we’re all really tired and there’s only three of us. I was pretty tired yesterday, so I tried to ride smart and my teammates were relentless in covering everything, being really smart about their energy,” said Ryan.
Vancouver’s Sara Bergen, who rides for Rally, came second for her third podium in four races at BC Superweek. She knew all too well how dangerous Ryan would be on the final lap.
“That’s racing for you, Kendall’s a super talented rider, so I guess that kind of blunts the pain a little getting beat by one of the best. It was a huge race for Kendall and I must give a big thanks to my team, we went out there and went after it tonight,” said Bergen, who is the reigning Canadian national criterium champion and off to Europe on Sunday to race. “I had a great time racing here, it was a ton of fun and it was another awesome crowd in PoCo.”
Maple Ridge, BC’s Maggie Coles-Lyster came third and it’s her second straight podium after finishing runner-up at Thursday’s Giro di Burnaby presented by Appia Developments. It’s also her second straight year on the podium in Port Coquitlam after coming second a year ago.
“I’ve just improved so much, and I’m so stoked to be on the podium,” said Coles-Lyster, who won the women’s points race at the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. “A win would be very nice, but we still have tomorrow night in White Rock, so we’ll see!”
Despite the third-place finish, the 19-year-old Coles-Lyster felt she should have had a better result.
“I totally messed up and had terrible positioning heading into that last lap. You just have to give it everything you have on that last stretch because it’s so important to be first going into the last corner. I just missed it by a little bit and that was it, but this is an amazing course!”
BC Superweek continues Saturday with the Tour de White Rock presented Landmark Premiere Properties Choices Markets Criterium. The pro women race at 5:30 pm while the pro men take the start line at 6:30 pm. For more information, visit http://www.tourdewhiterock.ca
|1 Kendall Ryan (USA) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank||1:07:01|
|2 Sara Bergen (Can) Rally Cycling|
|3 Maggie Coles Lyster (Can) Macogep-Argon18-Girondins de Bordeaux p/b Mazda|
|4 Summer Moak (USA) Rally Cycling|
|5 Alison Jackson (Can) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank|
|6 Lisa Howard (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty|
|7 Libby Arbuckle (NZL) Mike Greer Homes Womens Cycling Team|
|8 Joanie Caron (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty|
|9 Joelle Delhaes (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty|
|10 Sarah Van Dam (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|11 Marie-Soleil Blais (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|12 Haley Gill (Can) Rise Racing|
|13 Emily Nelson (GBr) Independent|
|14 Carolyn Russell (Can) Pender Racing p/b Bicicletta|
|15 Ella Harris (NZL) Mike Greer Homes Womens Cycling Team|
|16 Janna Gillick (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling||all s.t.|
|17 Michelle Howe (USA) Independent||1:07:06|
|18 Lizzie Stannard (NZl) Rise Racing|
|19 Beatrice Le Sauteur (Can) Logica Sport Biemme|
|20 Elena Valentini (ITA) T°Red Factory Racing Team|
|21 Ann-Pascale Ouellet (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|22 Frederique Larose Gingras (Can) Macogep-Argon18-Girondins de Bordeaux p/b Mazda|
|23 Holly Simonson (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|24 Emily Flynn (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|25 Emma Lujan (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling|
|26 Philippa Sutton (Can) Rise Racing|
|27 Kate Smith (NZL) Rise Racing|
|28 Amelie Bruneau (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|29 Miriam Brouwer (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|30 Isabella Bertold (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|31 Sarah Macarthur (Can) Synergy Racing|
|32 Laurie Jussaume (Can) Cyclery Racing||all s.t.|
|33 Katherine Enns (Can) Mighty Riders Cycling||1:07:14|
|34 Mary Maroon (USA) Jakroo Racing|
|35 Ariane Bonehomme Bruneau (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|36 Dafne Theroux Izquierdo (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell||all s.t.|
|37 Devaney Collier (Can) Cyclery Racing||1:07:15|
|38 Abbey Mcgill (Can) Rise Racing|
|39 Luce Bourbeau (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell||both s.t.|
|40 Abigail Mickey (USA) Rally Cycling||1:07:18|
|41 Gillian Ellsay (Can) Rally Cycling||1:07:21|
|42 Brenna Pauly (Can) Tripleshot Cycling||1:07:22|
|43 Anne Ouellet (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty||1:07:27|
|44 Jennifer Gerth (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty||1:07:36|
|45 Allyson Gillard (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|DNF Anna Talman (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNF Erin Attwell (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNF Holly Henry (Can) Rise Racing|
|DNF Kassandra Kriarakis (Can) Rise Racing|
|DNF Nicolle Bruderer (Gua) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank|
|DNF Anna Stewart (USA) Jakroo Racing|
|DNF Jeana Rose (USA) Jakroo Racing|
|DNF Daniela Deschamps (Can) Jakroo Racing|
|DNF Catherine Ouellette (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|DNF Sonia Taylor (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling|
|DNF Olivia Baril (Can) Macogep-Argon18-Girondins de Bordeaux p/b Mazda|
|DNF Pamela Troyer (Can) Mighty Riders Cycling|
|DNF Irena Ossola (USA) Independent|
|DNF Caitlin Wallin (Can) Cannondale p/b Fortius|
|DNS Claire Cameron (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty|
|DNS Zoe Saccio (USA) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty|
|DNS Tegan Cochrane (Can) Fluevog’s Crit Nasty|
|DNS Michele Schaeffer (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNS Callie Swan (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNS Jennifer Tetrick (USA) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank|
|DNS Kirsti Lay (Can) Rally Cycling|
|DNS Heidi Franz (USA) Rally Cycling|
|DNS Samantha Quijano (USA) Jakroo Racing|
|DNS Annie Foreman-Mackey (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|DNS Kinley Gibson (Can) Cyclery Racing|
|DNS Meghan Grant (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team|
|DNS Esta Bovill (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team|
|DNS Stella Callaghan (NZL) Hera Everyday Goddess Racing|
|DNS Lancely Yung (NZL) Hera Everyday Goddess Racing|
|DNS Suzanna Dupee (USA) Team Mike’s Bikes p/b Equator Coffees|
|1 Mitchell Ketler (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy||1:13:06|
|2 Florenz Knauer (Ger) Herrmann Radteam|
|3 William Myers (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One|
|4 Eric Young (USA) Rally Cycling|
|5 Hendrik Pineda (Can) Probaclac/Devinci|
|6 Quinten Kirby (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One|
|7 Jure Rupnik (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team|
|8 Cade Bickmore (USA) Groove Subaru Excel Sports|
|9 Adam Jamieson (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|10 Jordan Gilmore (NZL) Independent|
|11 Sam Boardman (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One|
|12 Joseph Lewis (AUS) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team|
|13 Nicolas Cote (Can) Velo iBike|
|14 Brendan Cowley (Can) Hewdog Racing|
|15 Evan Burtnik (Can) Team RaceClean|
|16 Kurt Penno (Can) Toronto Hustle||all s.t.|
|17 Facundo Gabriel Lezica (Arg) T°Red Factory Racing Team||1:13:11|
|18 Wolfgang Brandl (Ger) Movistar Team Ecuador||1:13:12|
|19 Chris Ernst (Can) Team RaceClean|
|20 Ed Veal (Can) RealDeal | Aquila|
|21 Andrew Dahlheim (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team||all s.t.|
|22 Alexander Murison (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes||1:13:14|
|23 Antoine Ippersiel (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|24 Tim Savre (USA) Project Echelon|
|25 Bradley Huff (USA) Rally Cycling|
|26 Isaac Niles (Can) Hewdog Racing|
|27 Chris Macleod (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|28 Zack Jensen (USA) Independent|
|29 Guillaume Davidson (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|30 John Borstelmann (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One|
|31 Stephen Bassett (USA) Silber Pro Cycling|
|32 Keith Brouillette (Can) Ascent Cycling p/b Neworld Cycle||all s.t.|
|33 Jayson Valade (FRA) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team||1:13:18|
|34 Brett Wakefield (Can) Team Giant Vancouver||1:13:22|
|35 Michael Foley (Can) Team RaceClean||1:13:24|
|36 Jonathan Cassivi (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell||1:13:26|
|37 Grant Gill (Can) Steed Cycles||1:13:28|
|38 Jack Tanner (USA) Groove Subaru Excel Sports||1:13:30|
|39 Von Winkelmann (Can) Applewood Garneay p/b Smart Savvy|
|40 Jean-Denis Thibault (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team|
|41 Dalton Walters (USA) Matrix/RBM|
|42 Dillon Corkery (Irl) Gerard-DHL|
|43 Olivier Brisebois (Can) Probaclac/Devinci|
|44 Gabriel Guay (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|45 Cormac Mcgeough (USA) Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis|
|46 Ryan Primeau (Can) Velo iBike|
|47 Derek Gee (Can) Team RaceClean|
|48 Tristan Guillemette (Can) Team RaceClean|
|49 Nicholas Jones (Can) Langlois Brown Racing|
|50 Nigel Kinney (USA) Langlois Brown Racing||all s.t.|
|51 Drew Levitt (USA) Groove Subaru Excel Sports||1:13:34|
|52 Zola Mehlomakulu (Can) Independent|
|53 Normand Richard (Can) Independent|
|54 Brendan Armstrong (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|55 Joshua Kropf (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy|
|56 Christopher Hatz (Ger) Herrmann Radteam|
|57 Wilson Tran (Can) Langlois Brown Racing||all s.t.|
|58 Kellen Viznaugh (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy||1:13:47|
|59 Jake Cullen (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy||1:13:48|
|60 Mason Burtnik (Can) Hewdog Racing||1:13:54|
|61 Max Rubarth (Can) Probaclac/Devinci||1:13:56|
|62 Francis Izquierdo-Bernier (Can) Probaclac/Devinci||1:13:58|
|63 Nicolas Masbourian (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|64 Olivier Peloquin (Can) Probaclac/Devinci||both s.t.|
|65 Robert Pearce (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One||1:14:18|
|DNF Marc-Antoine Nadon (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team|
|DNF Conor O’brien (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team|
|DNF Alexis Cartier (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team|
|DNF Luke Mudgway (NZL) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team|
|DNF Emile Jean (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|DNF Ryan Roth (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|DNF Marc Antoine Soucy (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|DNF Felix Boutin (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|DNF Levi Kramer (USA) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|DNF Thierry Kirouac-Marcassa (Can) Team RaceClean|
|DNF Gabriel Drapeau-Zgoralski (Can) Team RaceClean|
|DNF Lukas Conly (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy|
|DNF Duncan Bryson (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy|
|DNF Graham Lock (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy|
|DNF Benoit Boulay (Can) Toronto Hustle|
|DNF Evan Murphy (USA) Toronto Hustle|
|DNF Anton Varabei (Can) Toronto Hustle|
|DNF Trevor O’donnell (Can) Toronto Hustle|
|DNF Sam Rosenholtz (USA) Toronto Hustle|
|DNF Kyle Buckosky (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNF Jay Lamoureux (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNF Erik Diertens (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNF Patrick Riddell (Can) Hewdog Racing|
|DNF Alexander Fraser-Maraun (Can) Hewdog Racing|
|DNF Jackson Bocksnick (Can) Hewdog Racing|
|DNF Marc Dupuis (Arm) Hewdog Racing|
|DNF Adam Holcombe (Can) Hewdog Racing|
|DNF Stephen Vogel (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One|
|DNF Stephen Keeping (Can) Probaclac/Devinci|
|DNF Matthieu Jeannes (Fra) Probaclac/Devinci|
|DNF Morgan Schmitt (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team|
|DNF Evan Bybee (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team|
|DNF Grant Koontz (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team|
|DNF Josh Tyrrell (Can) Velo iBike|
|DNF Ryan Aitcheson (Can) Pender Racing p/b Bicicletta|
|DNF Geoffrey Chambers-Bedard (Can) Ascent Cycling p/b Neworld Cycle|
|DNF Marco Cecchinato (Ita) T°Red Factory Racing Team|
|DNF Piergiacomo Marcolina (ITA) T°Red Factory Racing Team|
|DNF Mamoru Yoshioka (JPN) Kyoto Sangyo Univ|
|DNF Tadaaki Nakai (JPN) Kyoto Sangyo Univ|
|DNF Dan Gronross (Can) Capa Tosta|
|DNF Jeffrey Kemp (Can) Capa Tosta|
|DNF Bruno Labelle (Can) Factory Five-thePACK|
|DNF Dylan Wiwad (Can) Gastown Cycling Association|
|DNF Tomas Kobylka (Can) Gastown Cycling Racing Reds|
|DNF Ryan Rudderham (Can) RealDeal | Aquila|
|DNF Pierre-Olivier Santerre (Can) Espoirs Elite Primeau Velo|
|DNF Carlo Quicho (Can) Green Line Velo driven by Zip Car|
|DNF Nicholas Perhala (USA) Monster Media Racing|
|DNF Nick Monette (Can) Victoria Wheelers|
|DNF Riley Pickrell (Can) Independent|
|DNF Jackson Kinniburgh (Can) Bicisport|
|DNF Charles-Antoine Forest Leblanc (Can) Desjardins Ford p/b Cromwell|
|DNS Pier-Andre Cote (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|DNS Danick Vandale (Can) Silber Pro Cycling|
|DNS Felix Pelletier (Can) Desjardins-Ford p/b Cromwell|
|DNS Aidan Caves (Can) Team RaceClean|
|DNS John Willcox (Can) Team RaceClean|
|DNS Thomas Schellenberg (Can) Applewood Garneau p/b Smart Savvy|
|DNS Noah Simms (Can) Toronto Hustle|
|DNS Ethan Palamarek (Can) Toronto Hustle|
|DNS Clarke Lind (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNS Michael Van Den Ham (Can) Trek Red-Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes|
|DNS Gavin Murray (USA) Marc Pro Cycling p/b Gym One|
|DNS Connor Toppings (Can) Probaclac/Devinci|
|DNS Brendan Rhim (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team|
|DNS Cooper Rombold (USA) Team California|
|DNS Thorsten Askervold (USA) Team California|
|DNS Enrique Serrato (USA) Team California|
|DNS Callum Gordon (USA) Team California|
|DNS Chad Hall (USA) Team California|
|DNS Leo Yip (USA) Team California|
|DNS Camden Vodicka (USA) Team California|
|DNS Gera Medina (USA) Team California|
|DNS Dylan Davies (Can) Langlois Brown Racing|
|DNS Richard Bergeron (Can) Velo iBike|
|DNS Eric Johnston (Can) Ascent Cycling p/b Neworld Cycle|
|DNS Christopher Gill (Can) Factory Five-thePACK|
|DNS Antoine Fabry (Can) Factory Five-thePACK|
|DNS Richard Machhein (Can) Team Giant Vancouver|
|DNS Adam Pugh (Can) Peloton Racing p/b Hyperbia.ca|
|DNS Edward Walsh (Can) T-Palm PCW|
|DNS Kaler Marshall (USA) Hangar 15 Biycles Elite Team|
|DNS Jean-Michel Lachance (Can) Independent|
Sport Manitoba’s first-ever Sport LeadHERship Conference aims to educate leaders, so they can help women and girls reach their full potential regarding their physical activity and sport. We hope to provide a fun, comfortable, and inspirational environment to empower participants in their careers, as well as all with the girls they encounter. More details coming soon!
*Please note this conference is open to all genders.
The Manitoba Cycling Association – Kids of Mud Program in collaboration with Charlotte Batty of Minii Adventure’s will be offering a beginner-intermediate, three (3) hour Skills Development Clinic for KOM coaches this September! Coaches must be age 18+ on day of the clinic.
Space is limited. Register early!
This is an opportunity for MCA coaches to collaborate with their peers whilst fine tuning their coaching & mentoring skills. Please choose one (1) of the four (4) dates/times below.
Register for one (1) of the four (4) options below:
Location: Bison Butte Mountain Bike Trails – Winnipeg. Access off McCreary Road (Gates will open at 0830).
Price Includes: 3 hours of Professional Mountain Bike Instruction, Insurance, Water, Free parking.
Please Bring: a bagged lunch, your Mountain Bike/helmet etc.
About the Clinic!
Minii Adventure’s mission is to provide positive and educational mountain bike experiences for people looking to gain skills and confidence. Charlotte Batty is a professional Mountain Bike Instructor (and yes she is Emily’s sister). She has competed across North America and Europe at an international level and will be here in Winnipeg to provide KOM coaches of all ability levels instruction on six (6) fundamental Mountain Bike Skills. This will be a three (3) hour session on your bike. Charlotte will be breaking down skills to their basics and providing Instruction on ways in which to advance each of the skills so you can help coach your athletes. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to develop your coaching skills!
Reminder for clubs outside of Winnipeg: Funding for travel and/or coach development may be available. Please contact your Regional Reps listed (Here)
The Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix is a UCI Criterium and a proud member of B.C. Superweek, North America’s most recognized road cycling series. The Global Gastown Grand Prix is one of North America’s most historic and prestigious road cycling events. The event takes place on July 11th, 2018.
Another 5th place (top amateur) finish for Winnipeg’s Mitch Ketler at BC Superweek. BC Superweek is one of the most prestigious Pro-Cycling Series in North America. The series consists of the Tour de Delta, New West Grand Prix, Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix, Giro di Burnaby, PoCo Grand Prix, and the Tour de White Rock. Also on the roster, Kurt Penno, 36th, Graham Lock and Danick Vandale.
See full results of the New West Grand Prix @ BC Superweek HERE
The New West Grand Prix is the latest addition to the BC Superweek race series. The criterium-style race features a mass start and a 935-metre circuit that cyclists navigate for an expected 45-55 laps. More than 200 men’s and women’s cyclists will pass by every minute, making the New West Grand Prix a thrilling spectator experience.
More on BC Superweek HERE