On Track

I am pleased to announce that with the help of Cycling British Columbia and the Muscle Memory Training Group, I am currently preparing for a ride at the Canadian National Track Championships in Bromont, Quebec. I am very excited about this opportunity and would like to thank Norrene, Rob, Jeremy and Richard very much as without their support, the competition would have remained outside of my means.

As part of this shared sponsorship, I will compete in Cycling British Columbia (CBC) kit in various endurance events (scratch race, points race & 4km individual pursuit) and sport Muscle Memory apparell outside of competition and in travel. In connection with Rubicon-Orbea, I'll ride an Orbea frame and Rolf Wheels. In between competition, I'll also be typing up a storm on the blogosphere and in the Twitter world to keep everyone up to date on my experiences throughout the week long competition (August 24th - 29th).

Throughout the next three weeks, I'll continue to train and race on the road but add in some specific track training at the Alpenrose Velodrome. I will also spend as much time as possible learning about the specific events in a bid for a good performance in a month's time. I'm also looking forward to working under Kiwi track legend and team leader, Jason Allen, in preparation for the event.

Check back soon for more updates. The guys and I race again this afternoon in a small local criterium around the streets of downtown Vancouver, Wa. The 8-corner course is fairly technical and we are optimistic that more people will attend the event.

Here are a few shots of Jason at last weekend's AVC competition at Marymoor Velodrome. He was able to win many events throughout the two day competition, snagging the overall omnium!

Heads up action at AVC on July 24th
Jason Allen vs. Jame Carney
Match Sprints for 3rd/4th

Jason Allen & Jame Carney
Teamed up for the Madison Competition - mid_exchange
Jason's Omnium win included a few close calls

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Cycling in a Toque: On Track

Sunday, 1 August 2010

On Track

I am pleased to announce that with the help of Cycling British Columbia and the Muscle Memory Training Group, I am currently preparing for a ride at the Canadian National Track Championships in Bromont, Quebec. I am very excited about this opportunity and would like to thank Norrene, Rob, Jeremy and Richard very much as without their support, the competition would have remained outside of my means.

As part of this shared sponsorship, I will compete in Cycling British Columbia (CBC) kit in various endurance events (scratch race, points race & 4km individual pursuit) and sport Muscle Memory apparell outside of competition and in travel. In connection with Rubicon-Orbea, I'll ride an Orbea frame and Rolf Wheels. In between competition, I'll also be typing up a storm on the blogosphere and in the Twitter world to keep everyone up to date on my experiences throughout the week long competition (August 24th - 29th).

Throughout the next three weeks, I'll continue to train and race on the road but add in some specific track training at the Alpenrose Velodrome. I will also spend as much time as possible learning about the specific events in a bid for a good performance in a month's time. I'm also looking forward to working under Kiwi track legend and team leader, Jason Allen, in preparation for the event.

Check back soon for more updates. The guys and I race again this afternoon in a small local criterium around the streets of downtown Vancouver, Wa. The 8-corner course is fairly technical and we are optimistic that more people will attend the event.

Here are a few shots of Jason at last weekend's AVC competition at Marymoor Velodrome. He was able to win many events throughout the two day competition, snagging the overall omnium!

Heads up action at AVC on July 24th
Jason Allen vs. Jame Carney
Match Sprints for 3rd/4th

Jason Allen & Jame Carney
Teamed up for the Madison Competition - mid_exchange
Jason's Omnium win included a few close calls

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1 Comments:

At 1 August 2010 at 22:08 , Blogger Colin Gibson said...

ya!

 

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