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Aaron’s Twilight Grand Prix Race Report

Posted July 2, 2014 by WCC Administrator

Kitchener Twilight Grand Prix- The Hometown Race What an awesome race experience. Big thanks to the club and particularly Kris, Adam, Jason and all the other volunteers for putting this all together. The atmosphere was amazing and it was a treat to be part of what I hope becomes an annual event. Most people that […]

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Aidan’s Sir Sam’s Race Report

Posted June 13, 2014 by WCC Administrator

It was a short three and a half hour drive up to Sir Sam’s for Ontario Cup #3. We arrived at the race venue just after noon. As my family unpacked a crazy amount of luggage and gear, tents, tables, coolers and water, I took off for a pre-ride. I was eager to get out […]

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Aidan’s Mansfield Race Report

Posted June 2, 2014 by WCC Administrator

One of the perks of moving up to the Cadet Expert category was no more early race starts!!  This has unfortunately changed now, as my sister has decided to race this year.  So, it’s back to crawling out of bed at five in the morning to make it to the race venues on time for […]

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MTB OCup #2 Mansfield Race Report – Hot and Dusty!

Posted May 28, 2014 by WCC Administrator

Mansfield is characterized by it’s long climbs, flowing single track and lack of technical features which makes it one of my favourites. With no rain it does tend to turn in to a giant dust bowl so the only ‘technical’ aspect is not nosing into the sandy loamy corners including Exit Wound which is inches […]

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Niagara Classic – Way To Go, Chris!

Posted May 19, 2014 by WCC Administrator

Niagara Classic Race Report What a day! I woke up at 430am had breakfast and waited for Alan to pick me up at 5:45am for the drive down. I was excited and quite nervous…this hill was legendary and having a sprinters build I was a little worried. 🙂 We arrived around 7am and got ready. […]

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