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April 12/06 7:37 am - Hatzic Valley Classic Road Race Info, Legion Athletic Camp Adds Cycling Component


Posted by Editoress on 04/12/06
 

Hatzic Valley Classic Road Race
Courtesy Dizzy Chicks

The Dizzy Chicks Present:

"Get Dizzy in the Hatzic Valley", 14th Annual Road Race
Sunday May 7th

Events

9:30am
Cat 3 Men, Jr. Men 6 Laps-90km
9:30am
U 17 Men/Women 3 Laps-45km
9:35am
Cat 4 Women, Jr. Women 4 Laps-60km
9:55am
Cat 4/5 Men 5 Laps-75km
10:00am
Masters Men 40+ 5 Laps-75km
12:30pm
Cat 1 / 2 Men 8 Laps-120km
12:55pm
Cat 1/2/3 Women 6 Laps-90km

Prizes
$1900 in CASH prizes!
Selle It alia saddles, Hollywood bike racks, Masters Golf merchandise, Norco products, Concert Tickets, Massage Therapy Certificates, Mental Training Certificates and much more to be won!

Click Here for full race details.
Be sure to check back for updates regularly.


Legion Athletic Camp Adds Cycling Component

The 45th annual Legion Athletic Camp, located on the Canadian/USA border (Manitoba/North Dakota) at the International Peace Garden, is pleased to announce the addition of cycling to its mulit-sport international program and is now accepting registration for the summer of 2006. Six weeks of camps July 16 - August 26. A total of 12 sports offered: basketball, advanced and beginners track and field, cycling, elementary, equestrian, gymnastics, judo, sailing, soccer, volleyball and wilderness. The Legion Athletic Camp
www.legionathleticcamp.com is open to junior and senior high school athletes and for some sports elementary grades. Phone 1-204-661-5448 or visit the website.

August 13-19 will be the dates of the cycling camp is for Junior racers.The focus will be on safety while buildiing skills and confidence. It will start with instruction dealing with equipment, safe street riding, ride etiquette, bike handling skills, how to avoid falls and how to fall, nutrition, and then gradually, depending on the class, move into pack and pace-line riding, climbing and racing skills. It will be on-the-bike training all day and lectures/video in the evening

Cycling camp may include a guest coach visit from former Tour de France competitor(s) and national champions.
REGISTER

Head Coach Don Brewster 1-510-851-5112

 


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