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Canadian National Road Race Championships

0 Submitted by on Fri, 24 July 2015, 19:25
This years Canadian National Road Race Championships was raced on the same course as in 2013, as well as the first stage of this year’s Tour de Beauce. It is 187km long, starting with a 30km series of short steep climbs out of Saint Georges on terrible roads to circuit where we complete 8 laps before riding the 30km back Continue Reading...
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Killington Stage 3 ITT

0 Submitted by on Wed, 27 May 2015, 12:53
Last day of the first stage race with the team for 2015. After being forced out of the Tour of the Gila with a knee injury I was very happy to start the 3rd day without any pain, and with reasonable legs.  To round out the Killington stage race there is a 17km time trial on the Memorial Day Monday. Continue Reading...
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Killington Stage 2 Road Race

0 Submitted by on Wed, 27 May 2015, 12:52
            The Second stage of Killington was in complete contrast to the first, instead of ripping it at 80kph down a hill to the finish the course finished on up a climb at the ski resort. Before hitting the final climb there where a few other KOMs en route.             Like the first stage we Continue Reading...
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Killington Stage Race Report – Stage 1

0 Submitted by on Sun, 24 May 2015, 02:41
After starting off the season as a team last weekend at the Niagara Classic, all of us were stoked to get our late spring campaign going. With our fresh BMC teammachines and POC helmets from The 11 inc we departed the Jet Fuel Coffee Shop in Toronto and were Vermont bound. Stage 1 at Killington is well known as a Continue Reading...
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Sea Otter Classic Road Race

0 Submitted by on Sun, 19 April 2015, 23:27
This was my first time attending the Sea Otter Classic. We were leaving our winter training house in Oxnard and driving north Monterrey for the race. We arrived a few days before the race, so I had the chance to do a couple very nice short rides in the hills around Santa Cruz. The road race itself starts on the Continue Reading...
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San Dimas Stage Race

0 Submitted by on Mon, 30 March 2015, 18:31
This is my second time racing the San Dimas Stage Race in San Dimas California. The race comprises of 3 stages; a 6.7km uphill time trial for Stage 1, a 135km rolling circuit race for stage 2, and a 90-minute criterium as the last stage. The weekend was going to be a hot one, daily highs in the low 30s, Continue Reading...
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UCLA Road Race

0 Submitted by on Mon, 16 February 2015, 21:03
This Saturday was the UCLA road race, a local race in Socal, with a great course near Pearblossom.  We did 6 laps of a 20km course has a 6km climb, and a 6km descent, separated by some rollers after the hill, and a false flat leading into the climb, and the start finish is located 1.5km into the climb.  The Continue Reading...
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2015 Santa Barbara County Road Race

0 Submitted by on Mon, 26 January 2015, 20:26
To kick off the season this year I raced the Santa Barbara County Road Race, an event near Santa Maria California put on by UCSB Cycling.  The race takes 6 laps of a flat course with a small hill followed by a long descent to the finish line.  Conditions on the day were very hot, with a little bit of Continue Reading...
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UBC Grand Prix – The Suffer Fest

0 Submitted by on Fri, 11 July 2014, 18:09
I was not overly excited for this race to say the least. For those who don’t know, UBC Grand Prix is in the shape of a letter ‘P’ except the ‘square’ part in this case was significantly smaller then the ‘stick’ part. The big feature and truly the hardest part of the course was the 180 degree turn around on Continue Reading...
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Belgium??? Nope just BC!!!

0 Submitted by on Thu, 10 July 2014, 23:25
It’s been almost a month of not racing and just doing some secret training before Nationals. Well I must say I was lacking some race legs at Nationals, because it was the worst National’s race for me. A Lesson learned, mistakes will be made. This means my coach and I will heading back to the drawing board, to figure out were Continue Reading...
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