Comox Valley Cycling Club enjoying busy season

The Comox Valley Cycling Club has been in full swing as of late. Recently, the CVCC hosted its first road race of the season.  Many teams and riders from around the Island came to compete and test their skills against the Comox Valley.

The CVCC didn’t disappoint, taking many of the top three places over three divisions.

At the Tsolum Road Race, Daniel Wilson took third place in Cat A. In Cat B it was a local sweep with Derek Vinge first, Ray Wagner second and Scott Fleming third. Another sweep in Cat C saw Chris Bowman first, Craig Carter second and Pat Gerrie third.

Also, the weekly Time Trial Series has been extremely successful. Participation has been strong and so have the results.  Latest results:

1. Derek Tripp, 2. Mark Grant, 3. Ray Wagner, 4. Ben Katerberg, 5. Scott Fleming, 6. Mort Allingham, 7. Pat Gerrie, 8. Chris Bowman, 9. Linda Magor, 10. Jeff Lawrence, 11. Anton Cecic, 12. Shannon Jones, 13. Marnie van der Vliet, 14. Sofia Cecic, 15. Ernie Klassen.

Visit the Comox Valley Cycling Club for more information.

– Comox Valley Cycling Club

 

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