BC road race and time trial championships here this weekend

Comox Valley Cycle Club hosting two big races; road race Saturday, time trial Sunday

The Comox Valley Cycle Club is hosting the 2014 BC Provincial Youth Road Race and BC Provincial Time Trial Championship this weekend.

The road race will be held on the 9.03km Minto Road course starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 7. It is a challenging, hilly course with a technical downhill section and sweeping corners. It will include 10 laps (90kms) for the U19 Men, eight laps (72km) for the U17 Men, seven laps (63km) for the U19/U17 Women, four laps (36km) for the U15 Men & Women and two laps (18km) for the U13 Men and Women. Juniors who place well at this event are likely to be selected to compete at the Nationals in Quebec in August.

The time trial championship will be held on the Dove Creek course starting at 10 a.m. Sunday, June 8. It will include all Junior Categories, Masters, Pro1/2 and Category 3/4.

It is expected that athletes from Nanaimo, Victoria, Vancouver and the B.C. Interior will attend both events. More information and pre-registration can be found at comoxvalleycyleclub.blogspot.ca.

 

– Comox Valley Cycle Club

 

 

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