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Club Champions; most improved

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Following are provisional club championship results.  There was no hill climb this year and no results in the u19 men or women categories.  The most improved rider is tba.  Please contact myself or Andrew if you have nominations or testimonials.  Tallies can be verified by downloading the results spreadsheet, which you can access under the training / results menu item.  Details are under the category tabs at the bottom of the sheet.  Please bring any errors to my attention by Thursday, September 3.  And please join us for the awards banquet, Aroma, Sept. 25.  Tickets will be available shortly through CCN.  Space is limited so please book early. 

 

Springbank

Men: Michael Jaffray

Women: Joyce Spruyt

Michael Scott Baker award (top local rider): Michael Jaffray and Joyce Spruyt

 

A

Overall: G: Jeff Schiller; S: Andrew Botterell; B: Carlos Goncalves

ITT: Jeff Schiller

Road: Carlos Goncalves & Andrew House

Crit: Andrew House

 

Women

Overall: G: Joyce Spruyt & Amy White; B: Pam Dean

ITT: Amy White

Road: Joyce Spruyt

Crit: Joyce Spruyt

 

B
Overall: G: Ben Dobie; S: Paul Dean; B: Chris Vlemmix

Road: Ben Dobie

Crit: Ben Dobie

 

Special thanks to Brigitte Sassen, Chantelle Young, and Mike Nuttall for timing and lap counting so many of our events.

 

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Annual Banquet and Awards - Sept. 25 - Aroma

The annual banquet and awards ceremony is set for the evening of Friday, Sept. 25 at Aroma Mediterranean Restaurant, 717 Richmond Street (at Picadilly).  This is the same venue we used last year and the restaurant promises the same fantastic menu.  Watch this spot for a link to pick up tickets through CCN bikes.  Come out and send off the season with everyone you raced and toured with over the past months.

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Changes to August Racing Schedule

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Please have a look at the calendar, as there have been some changes to the upcoming racing/training schedule. As the days grow shorter it makes sense to keep our Tuesday night races in town during August, which means using Innovation, Sovereign, and perhaps Exeter Rd. during that time. My impression is that Innovation is raceable, but dirty, so if you could show up a bit early on August 4th and August 18th to help sweep the course -- especially the southeast corner -- that would be helpful. Thanks.

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Southwest Challenge 2015

So we're getting closer to our 4th annual Southwest Challenge cycling tour on Saturday September 12th.  Please note: This years tour is now starting out of the Komoka Community Centre at 133 Queen St Komoka

Lot's of people have already signed up and are raising funds for the well deserved and London's own, Children's Health Foundation.  Raise funds and earn FREE registration as well as one of this years custom SWC jersey and matching bib shorts.  This years top fundraiser will be awarded a $500 gift certificate from To Wheels bike shop.  Create a SWC fundraising team by asking coworkers and or friends to join the fun.  If you're not able to fundraise but would like to join in, just pay the one time registration fee of $75.   If you like to race and have a GPS, join our SWC STRAVA Club timed Challenge as we again will offer a cash prize to the King and Queen of the mountain. Sign up for either the Epic 180 k, the 110 k or 60 k Challenge rides.  The tours are fully supported with police, mechanics, first aid and other volunteers.  There will be plenty of food and drink stops as well as a great post ride meal with prizes give away.  What a great way to end a great summer season.  Sign up today and tell a friend!

   

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Glen's research study expanded to wider age groups

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Hello Riders, Just a quick update on our “90km ride Research”. A few people between 36 and 41 have expressed interest in participating. We have just received ethics approval to include these ages in our study. Please contact mbitel@uwo.ca if you are interested.

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Update on research study participant request

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From Glen Belfry:

 

 

Hello Everyone! It is coming up on two months since we last posted information on our current research endeavor within our Physiology of High Performance group. The weather has been cooperating fairly well and I am sure you have been able get your weekly volume upwards of 300 k and perhaps 500 k for the real maniacs. A quick recap of our study; Well-trained cyclists (you!) are being asked to perform two tests in the lab, before and after a 90 k ride of moderate intensity (below your lactate threshold).  We will give you your critical power (highest sustainable aerobic work rate in watts), lactate threshold, VO2 max, peak ATP-PCr (sprint) power as well as your peak lactates and total anaerobic capacity. Aside from giving you this data collected on cutting-edge equipment, we will all gain insight into the benefits of long duration, moderate intensity training sessions. We are available to accommodate you any time, any day of the week. We are looking for is 18-35 year old males. To date we have tested six cyclists and plan on testing six more.  If you are interested please contact Glen (gbelfry@uwo.ca) or Mike (mbitel@uwo.ca).

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Springbank Video

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Sasha Geimaniouk has made a video of the Elite 3/Junior and Master 2 races at Springbank on May 3. You can find the video at https://vimeo.com/127430378. Enjoy.

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Midweek Tours

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Starting this Wednesday evening will be our first Midweek Tour, leaving at 6pm sharp.  Start location, route and distance will be posted the day of the ride on the Calendar and can be seen under Upcoming Events (right side of home page).  There will be a B Group or moderate paced group tour focused on a steady tempo ride.  Distances ranging from 40k to 70k.  There will also be a C group or slow/ medium pace tour, meant for the newer rider to the experienced cyclist looking for a slower pace.  Distances will be from 30 to 50k.  Both these tours will be a "no drop", with each being lead by an experienced group leader.  Be there for 5:50 pm for sign in.  If you have any questions, please contact Jeff Scott .

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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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