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Call for Male 18-35 yr. Research Study Participants

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Long duration training sessions have long been known to be a critical component to peak endurance performance. Surprisingly, not a lot is known about the acute physiological response to these rides. The Canadian Centre of Activity and Aging at Western University is conducting a research study involving well trained cyclists that requires performing two tests in the lab, going for a 90 km ride of moderate intensity, and then doing the same tests again. It does not require multiple days of testing just one. We are available for you any day and at any time of day. Information we will be able to give you is your critical power, anaerobic capacity, estimated lactate threshold, VO2 max, peak ATP-PCr power as well as peak anaerobic  glycolytic power. The group we are looking for is 18-35 years male participants. We plan to start testing in May.   If you are interested please contact Glen (gbelfry@uwo.ca) or Mike (mbitel@uwo.ca).

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Touring 2015

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Touring 2015 starts this weekend, March 21rst.  Remember you need to join to be able to ride - no exceptions.  Also, it essential to sign in at Centennial Hall because tour destinations can be changed by the Tour Leader when significant winds are not favorable.  As always, safety is our main priority and our group leaders are prepared to ensure that proper group ettiquette is followed. 

This year we are introducing a Saturday short ride starting April 18th.  This tour will be a slow to medium paced, no-drop ride and will start at the same time as the long tour.  If you know of anyone who is new to road cycling or not wanting to always do the super long ride, please let them know of this opportunity.  To support this further, we are offering a Wednesday evening, no-drop, Midweek Tour starting in May.  There will be a slower paced ride for newer riders and experienced slower riders and a moderate pace tour as well.  These tours have different starting points and will be posted in the Calender/ Upcoming Events, either the day before or the morning of the ride, to reflect the predominant wind direction. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

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Tentative 2015 Race Training Series Posted

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A tentative 2015 race training schedule -- including both Tuesday mass start events and Thursday time trials -- has been posted to the Calendar section of the website. Please have a look and let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

 

If you would like to volunteer to officiate at a particular event (or events) please email me and I will make that assignment. If there remain events in need of volunteers I will then assign individuals randomly. If the individual assigned to a particular event is unable to officiate it will be that person's responsibility to find somebody to attend and officiate in his/her place. 

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Club Training Series Poll Results

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Thanks to all those who partipated in the online poll. Based on the results of the voting, we will be assigning volunteers to officiate at races, rather than asking for volunteers. However, we will not be changing the start times for the races, and we will continue to count all events towards the Club Championship series.

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2015 Memberships

Memberships are now available for 2015 through our membership processor CCN. Membership may be purchased by clicking here or by following the link on the Join page.

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New Curnoe Posters added to Springbank Prize List

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Sheila Curnoe has had new posters made of Greg's piece depicting his classic, orange Mariposa road bike.  She is offering one each to the winners of the elite women and the elite men at this years Springbank race.  A limited number of these posters are also available from the Michael Gibson Gallery on Carling street.


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Cyclists aged 18-35 needed for UWO exercise study

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Long duration training sessions have long been known to be a critical component to peak endurance performance. Surprisingly, not a lot is known as to why these sessions are so important. To this end  Glen Belfry PhD (exercise physiologist) and Mike Bitel (MSc student) at Western Kinesiology are doing a research study that requires performing two tests in the lab, going for a 90 k ride and then doing the same tests again. It does not require multiple days of testing just one. Information we will be able to give you is your critical power, anaerobic capacity, estimated lactate threshold, VO2 max , peak ATP-PCr power as well as peak anaerobic  glycolytic power. The age group we are looking for is 18-35 years. If you are interested please contact Glen (gbelfry@uwo.ca) or Mike (mbitel@uwo.ca). Knowledge is power!

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Club Women Champions

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Congratulations to Joyce Spruyt and Amy White, who tied for the overall women championship.  Pam Dean takes 3rd.  Joyce is also the club women criterium champion.  As previously announced the road championship goes to Sandra Deegan, time trial to Pam Dean, and hill climb to Rosemary Wedlake.

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Club Hill Climb and Overall Champions

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Congratulations to Mike Aston and Rosemary Wedlake, 2014 hill climb champions.

Points events in the A club championship are now complete.  1st this year is Jeff Schiller, 100 points; 2nd Marten Mann, 82 points; 3rd Mike Jaffray, 76 points.  Lucas Taylor wins the u19 championship.

The women's competition will have a final event this Tuesday.

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Club Mass Start Champions

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Congratulations to Marten Mann, Paul Dean, Sandra Deegan, and Lucas Taylor, club A, B, women, and U17 road race champions.

Congratulations as well to Marten Mann, Ben Dobie, and Lucas Taylor, club A, B, and U17 criterium champions.

Women will have a final criterium for points on September 2

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