Posted by Editoress on 09/2/02
IMBA Trial School North Bay, Ontario
The International Mountain Biking Association's Subaru/Trail Care Crew is travelling from Colorado to Ontario to host a Trail Building School on September 6-8, 2002 at North Bay's Jack Pine Hill, Upper Lodge. This workshop is co-ordinated by the Discovery Routes Trails Organization in partnership with Jack Pine Hill.
Sponsored by Subaru of America and directed by the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) the Trail Care Crew works with mountain-biking and multi-use trail clubs, land managers and trail users to build new trails, maintain and restore existing trails and to solve trail management challenges. The Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crews improve trail conditions and trail experiences for everyone. This workshop is a unique opportunity for anyone involved with multi-use trails to learn from the experts.
The Trail Building School will consist of a media presentation and luncheon followed by an indoor class session on Friday. Saturday will complete the Trail Building School with a day of outdoor field work. A social/ Ã¢â‚¬Å“Riding the World with IMBAÃ¢â‚¬Â slide show will take place Saturday evening. A fun ride will wrap up the workshop with a guided ride along the Jack Pine Hill Trails.
The public is invited to register by calling (705) 474-5420.
Registration price is $20 for one day and $35 for both. Attendees are asked to bring their own trail building tools (shovels, metal rakes and hoes) as well as their bikes!
For more information contact Assistant Trails Co-ordinator Carrie Taylor
at (705) 474-5420, or email@example.com or www.discoveryroutes.org
Friday 1:00-12:00 Media Presentation
- meeting with local media to promote the visit
- "Who is IMBA/Subaru Trail Care Crew and what do they do?"
- Light lunch to follow
1:00-4:00 Trail Building School - Classroom Session
Saturday 10:00-12:00 Trail Building School - Field Session
1:00-4:00 Trail Work Session
5:00-8:00 BBQ and "Riding the World with IMBA" Slide Show/Social
Sunday 9:00-12:00 Fun Ride
Burnaby Velodrome Official Public Open House
Courtesy Jeremy Storie
The official public grand re-opening for the velodrome will be Sept 4 with a meeting to be held at the Velodrome at 7 PM for any and all interested in track riding and racing.
Riding will take place between 5 PM and 7PM with rental bikes available. Come on out and give the track a try. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony and information on memberships, schedules and programs.
The Burnaby Velodrome Club has worked hard over the past year and a half and has come to agreement terms with Volleyball BC and the City of Burnaby to put track riding and racing back on the schedule. Come out and support this unique facility, North America's only indoor velodrome. The track is located at The Harry Jerome Sports Centre velodrome, 7564 Barnet Highway, Burnaby. It is the huge inflatable bubble on Barnet Highway or the north side of Burnaby (SFU) Mountain.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
World Solo 24 Hours of Adrenalin Championship
For the 3rd year in a row, Chris Eatough (Trek/VW), Great Britain, takes the title of World Solo 24 Hours of Adrenalin Champion. In spite of the severe weather conditions that had to be endured in the past final hours, Eatough held a solid 1st place standing, coming in through the finish line at 23:04:53 and finishing with 19 laps. "This was truly an epic race," reported Chris at the finish line.
In the Elite Female Solo category, Lesley Tomlinson (Rocky Mountain, Oakley, Nike), Canada, finished with an impressive time for her first 24 hour race, with 17 laps at 24:30:55. Says Tomlinson " I didn't know what I had gotten myself into, which was probably a good thing." Tomlinson is a 1996/2000 Canadian Mountain Bike Olympian and Commonwealth Games Silver Medalist and 1999 Pan American Championships Silver Medalist.
World Solo Elite Male
1. Chris Eatough - USA (TREK/Volkswagon) / 19 laps 23:04:53
2. Ariel Lindsley - USA (Subaru/Gary Fischer / 19 laps 24:45:25
3. Mark Hendershot - USA (Alger Cycle) / 18 laps 23:41:18
4. Tom Zidek - Canada (Bike Shop/Rocky Mountain) / 18 laps 23:49:18
5. Chad Swanson - USA (Sellwood Cycle) / 18 laps 24:49:43
6. Nat Ross - USA (Subaru/Gary Fischer) / 17 laps 23:40:35
7. Paul Attalla - Canada (Fernie Chiropractic) / 17 laps 24:55:39
8. Johnathan Kindig - USA (Bikeman) / 16 laps 23:12:05
9. Rod Hill - NZ / 16 laps 24:18:25
10. Eric Warkentin - USA / 15 laps 23:21:53
2. Steve Fassbinder - USA (Independent) / 16 laps 23:01:49
3. Mike Curiak - US (Clif Bar) 15 laps / 23:01:52
4. Chris Cossentino - USA (Spot Brand) / 14 laps 23:43:23
World Solo Elite Female
1. Lesley Tomlinson - Canada (Rocky Mountain) / 17 laps 24:30:55
2. Nancy Busching - USA (SoBe Cannondale) / 16 laps 23:38:29
3. Stella Carey - USA (Kelly Bike Company) / 15 laps 24:03:33
4. Janice Tower - USA (Anchorage Fracture) / 13 laps 24:03:32
5. Louise Kobin - USA / 13 laps 24:09:36
World Solo Male under 25
1. Chris Puehler - USA / 14 laps 24:29:57
2. Jeff Kerkove - USA (Iowa City Cycling Club) / 12 laps 23:04:24
World Solo Male 25-34
1. Thomas Hodimoser - Austria / 15 laps 23:02:19
2. Bill Shand - USA / 13 laps 23:01:55
3. Brad Schauermann - Canada / 13 laps 23:06:04
World Solo Male 35-44
1. James Peterson - USA (Michaels Cycle) / 16 laps 23:02:36
2. Gerhard Gulewicz - Austria / 15 laps 23:02:53
3. Dave Rudnicki - Canada (Gary Fisher/ OGC) / 13 laps 23:03:18
World Solo Male 45+
1. Randy Erickson - USA (Acme Bicycles) / 12 laps 23:09:23
2. John Mazzola - USA / 11 laps 23:04:36
3. Raymond Williams - USA / 10 laps 24:13:37
World Solo Female under 25
1. Shae Rainer - USA (Bucks Bikes/Team JAMIS 6 laps 023:32:49
World Solo Female 35-44
1. Caroline van de Bulk - Canada (Muskoka Bicycle) / 11 laps 23:33:59
2. Tracey Schaeffer - USA (Fabish Sports) / 10 laps 23:03:47
World Solo Female 45+
1. Wendy Skean - USA (Current Solutions) / 11 laps 24:19:43
2. Debi Sheets - USA / 11 laps 24:43:05
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