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Our Mission

For the benefit of its members, partners and the general public, Cycling PEI provides education and leadership that contributes to a vibrant and healthy cycling experience on Prince Edward Island.

Who Are We?

Cycling PEI is a non-profit, volunteer-directed provincial body for bicycling. We represent a large range of disciplines including road, mountain bike, BMX and track in areas of recreation, youth and competition. Cycling PEI is affiliated with the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) through our partnership with the Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) and is a member of the Atlantic Cycling Center in Dieppe.


FEATURE EVENTS

  Jun   1 st   Mon   Road   Recreational     Cycling PEI Monday Night Social Ride Opening Night  
  Jun   6 th   Sat   Trail   Recreational     TRAILFEST 12th ANNUAL SPRING CYCLING EVENT  
  Jun   8 th   Mon   Road   Recreational     Cycling PEI Monday Night Social Ride  
  Jun   11 th   Thu   Road   Recreational     Crapaud Time Trial  
  Jun   14 th   Sun   Enduro   Comp/Rec     Gravity Series Event #1 Enduro Brookvale  
  Jun   15 th   Mon   Road   Recreational     Cycling PEI Monday Night Social Ride  
  Jun   16 th   Tue   MTB   Recreational     Rigid Riders MTB Club Opening Night Tentative  
  Jun   20 th   Sat   Road   Comp/Rec     Father's Day Time Trial (Formerly Mother's Day TT)  

Check out the full calendar of events here » Apply to add your cycling event to our calendar »


LATEST NEWS

Cycling PEI Jobs Posting - Positions Available
     May 27, 2020 — Mike Connolly

 

Cycling PEI has 3 positions currently available. If interested in any of the positions and you fit the criteria, please apply by sending your resume to mconnolly@sportpei.pe.ca Deadline for resumes is Wednesday, June 3rd 5pm for all positions.

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COVID-19 Response and Return to Cycling Plan
     May 19, 2020 — Mike Connolly

May 18, 2020

Dear Island Cycling Community,

Cycling PEI’s Board of Directors and Staff continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 upon our organization and the Island’s cycling community at large. Cycling PEI has remained in contact with Cycling Canada since the onset of this global pandemic, and is working closely with our local sporting authority, Sport PEI, to ensure responsible “Return to Play” guidelines can be developed for our organization that align with PEI’s “Renew PEI Together” phase-back plan.

PEI’s provincial government recently announced that Phase 3 of the “Renew PEI Together” plan may be moved forward to begin on June 1, 2020. This Phase allows for gatherings of no more than 20 people outdoors.

Cycling PEI recognizes that the Phase 3 maximum gathering limit of 20 people poses a considerable challenge with respect to launching our annual programming and race series. Despite this, the Board is confident that by introducing procedures and adopting cautionary measures that maximize physical distancing behaviors, we can commence programming, group rides, and select events in the near future.

This process is complex, and will require the cooperation of you, our membership, to mitigate the risk posed by COVID-19. The aim of CPEI is to reintroduce organized cycling programs and events with a responsible plan in place that accords with guidance from our provincial public health officials.

In the coming weeks, Cycling PEI will announce further details regarding its Return to Play plan, especially in relation to the Rigid Riders, the High Performance Development Team, weekly group rides, and other events.

Cycling PEI would like to thank all riders for their continued vigilance with respect to adhering to social distancing guidelines at all public trails and related cycling facilities.

We encourage all riders to continue getting outdoors in groups which accord with the province’s “Renew PEI Together” guidelines.

We would also like to remind our membership that coach development opportunities remain available. Please contact Mike Connolly at mconnolly@sportpei.pe.ca for more details.

In regards to tomorrow's Ride of Silence. We ask interested event participants to ride solo, with their family or same household members or "virtually" (on a trainer) as there will be no group ride.

Keep riding, and stay safe!

Cycling PEI’s Board of Directors & Staff

Training to Race NCCP Coaching Course Online in French
     May 7, 2020

Cycling Canada will be offering the Training to Race NCCP Coaching Course Online in French on May 11, 13, 18, 20, 25 and 27 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm EST, registration can be found at https://form.jotform.com/201105944259958

 

Professional Development (PD) Opportunities For Coaches
     April 10, 2020 — Mike Connolly


Within the Competition Development certification status, there is a requirement to accumulate 30 PD points to retain the certification status and 20 points for the Introduction to Competition status. These points need to be accumulated over a five (5) year period. Here is a list of opportunities that can be obtained to maintain certification:
 Making Ethical Decisions (MED) – this is now a requirement for all coaches, if it is not already completed. This module can be found within your Locker profile, under the e-learning tab.
 This evaluation is free for coaches who have already completed the MED Training. If you have not completed the training, the cost for this course is $85. More information can be found here.
 There are other e-learning options within your Locker profile that will allow you to earn points. Some are free of charge, and others will come with a fee.
 Managing Conflict Online Evaluation ($85)
 NCCP Emergency Action Plan (free)
 NCCP Sport Nutrition ($20)
 Making Headway (fee)
 Other multi-sport workshops that may be of benefit to your work within cycling can be found through the CAC website.
 https://coach.ca/lifelong-learning
 Cycling Canada will also be providing PD opportunities throughout the year, which will be communicated and posted on our website as soon as a schedule and content have been determined.
 Self Reporting within your Locker profile is also accepted (Ex: report 1 PD point/year for coaching)
 1 PD point/year for every year in an active role
 1 point for completion of the CCES anti-doping update
 Other sport specific points can be earned via online or in-person workshops:
 Caravan drivers course

CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
     April 10, 2020 — Mike Connolly

On March 13th, following the guidance from Canadian health authorities Cycling Canada recommended the postponement or cancellation of all events through May 1, 2020. On April 3rd, a decision will be made in regards to events that fall between May 2nd and June 14th Due to the rapidly developing and evolving COVID-19 global health crisis, this FAQ is intended to address some of the most common questions and concerns from the Canadian cycling community.

 

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Coaching Education Opportunities
     April 8, 2020 — Mike Connolly

 

Go to link below. There are many free courses available. Coach NB has some great online courses that are being offered in April and May for Comp Dev Coaches, which will be great for any Coaches going to the Canada Games. Registration for these courses can be done on the Locker.

Space is limited but they are offering:
- Coaching and Leading Effectively (April 27 & 28)
- Prevention & Recovery (April 29 & 30)
- Leading Drug Free Sport (May 2)
- Advanced Practice Planning (May 7)
- Developing Athletic Abilities (May 13 & 14)
Email Ashleigh Milani at ashleigh@coachnb.ca for questions

Anyone coaching Rigid Riders or plans to needs to do this e-learning module. -Safe Sport E-learning launching in April 2020. This Safe Sport Training is part of our commitment as a Sport to provide ethical training to staff, coaches, officials, etc. The training will be tracked in the locker and coaches will earn PD points. Go to link below and scroll down list of courses and it is the last one.

https://coach.ca/nccp-multi-sport-training-modules

Rotary Park Rundown Journal Article
     February 20, 2020 — Mike Connolly

https://www.journalpioneer.com/lifestyles/local-lifestyles/video-fat-tire-bikers-tear-through-wooded-trails-in-summerside-for-second-annual-rotary-park-rundown-412487/?fbclid=IwAR1PDOoOQ_7FqDNRrLsXJtj9_PpJP4-2Z1PUCsNu-JG-ZrnVHH5ZtcOsCNA

 

Rotary Park Run Down Fat Bike Race Results 2020
     February 17, 2020 — Mike Connolly

 

Category Name Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4 Place
Expert Men Kirk Jonhnson 13.57 29.47 45.37 101.13 1st
  Jeremy Cameron 14.59 31.06 47.17 1.03.56 2nd
  Brandon Williams 14.33 30.57 47.40 1.04.32 3rd
  Geoff Murray 14.15 30.31 47.16 1.04.33 4th
  Matt Ross 16.21 34.07 51.29 1.10.02 5th
  Mike Brazil 16.35 34.36 53.22 1.11.38 6th
Female Expert Brenda Benson 15.31 31.34 48.22 1.05.23 1st
  Ellen Sherren 18.79 37.26 57.29 1.18.10 2nd
Sport Male  Derek Anderson 15.32 33.23 51.22   1st
  Stephen McGrath 17.09 36.11 55.42   2nd
  Bruce Naud 18.22 37.01 56.18   3rd
  Andre VanWeichen 18.23 37.12 56.44   4th
  Ryan Blacquiere 17.51 36.55 57.42   5th
  Kyle Dickie 18.24 37.31 57.46   6th
  Brad Wonnacott 17.59 37.08 57.59   7th
  Marc Gagnon 17.58 37.48 58.22   8th
  Shawn Gregory 19.21 38.25 58.31   9th
  Tristan Colliflower 18.21 39.05 59.23   10th
  Doug Miller 19.18 41.18 1.03.49   11th
  Peter MacFarlane 21.22 43.37 1.07.01   12th
Sport Female Yolande Guadet 18.19 36.31 55.39   1st
  Andrea Deveau 19.19 41.35 1.05.02   2nd
Beginner Male  Brian Murray 20.27 39.32     1st
  Alan Taylor 24.28 47.07     2nd
Beginner Female Jackie Oulahen 21.49 42.13     1st
  Stephanie Freire 25.26 53.33     2nd
Youth Jack Hogan 24.59 50.02     1st

CYCLING ATHLETES WANTED
     February 3, 2020 — Mike Connolly

Cycling PEI is seeking male and female athletes for the 2021 Canada Games Team and 2020 Provincial Team. If you are interested in representing PEI at the next Canada Games in Niagara, Ontario for Road Cycling or MTB and are between the ages 16 - 20 as of December 31, 2021, Year of birth: 2005 – 2001 please contact the Cycling PEI office at 368-4985 or e-mail mconnolly@sportpei.pe.ca for more information. PEI is eligible to register (one [1] in MTB and two (2) in Road) Under 23 female as of December 31, 2021, Year of birth: 1999 or later. If you fit into either of these age categories and are interested please contact us.

 

There are 3 male and 3 female positions available for MTB and 4 female and 5 male positions for Road, athletes are eligible to compete for both teams. Cycling is a great way to cross train for other sports such a hockey. So come join our team!! Previous cycling experience an asset but not required.

 

 

 

Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia
     January 15, 2020 — Mike Connolly

“Interested in touring Nova Scotia this summer? Our friends at Bicycle Nova Scotia have you covered with their first provincial cycling guide since 1995: Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia. Written by Adam Barnett, this definitive guide to taking in Canada’s ocean playground by bike highlights over 100+ of the provinces most scenic cycling routes and destinations. Use over 30 maps to help with way finding on your touring adventures! Looking tl grab your own copy? Check out your local book store to grab a copy, or contact steve.bedard@bicycle.ns.ca to find out how you can order yours online!"

 

 

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2021 PEI Canada Games Teams
     January 7, 2020 — Mike Connolly

Applications are now being accepted for the 2021 PEI Canada Games Cycling Teams. Positions available for MTB Team are 1 Coach, 1 Manager or Technical Support (Mechanic). Road Team positions available are Coach: 1 Manager: 1, Technical Support (Mechanic): 1.

We are looking for athletes for the teams. Interested athletes for either road or MTB or both should email mconnolly@sportpei.pe.ca.

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Cycling PEI 2019 Award Winners
     November 29, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Cycling PEI held it's annual awards banquet Wednesday, November 27 at the West Royalty Community Center. A large crowd attended to see cycling's brightest recieve their awards. Winners are as follows:

ADL/Sport PEI Junior Female Athlete of the Year –  Amélie Doucet
ADL/Sport PEI Junior Male Athlete of the Year –  Charles Burke
ADL/Sport PEI Official of the Year –  Andrew Burt
ADL/Sport PEI Senior Female Athlete of the Year –  Courtney Phillips
ADL/Sport PEI Senior Male Athlete of the Year –  Andre Boudreau

ADL/Sport PEI Para-cyclist Athlete of the Year –  Darcy MacDougall    
ADL/Sport PEI Volunteer Administrator of the Year – Mark Steele
ADL/Sport PEI Volunteer of the Year –  Julia Cook


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Hillsborough Bridge Bike Lane Petition
     November 14, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Cycling PEI is partnering with Bike Friendly Ch'town represented by Mitch and Karrie Underhay to help move Active Transportation priorities in the greater Ch'town area.

Top priority is the Hillsborough Bridge. Please see Bike Friendly Ch'town's petition to get the bike lanes on the bridge completed. Please read and follow instructions and add your name to the list. The province is weary of making a large investment not knowing if it will get much use. Please take the time to add your name so it can be shown that this is needed.

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TRAILFEST 13th ANNUAL ISLAND EAST RECREATIONAL CYCLING EVENT (3 day)
     October 4, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Trailfest is a go for today despite the weather. See you at 4pm.

TRAILFEST 13th ANNUAL ISLAND EAST RECREATIONAL CYCLING EVENT (3 day)
     September 27, 2019 — Mike Connolly

TRAILFEST 13th ANNUAL ISLAND EAST RECREATIONAL CYCLING EVENT (3 day)


UPDATE AS OF TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1ST. The event is a GO with PEI Parks and trail crews going above and beyond getting the trail cleared for us for this weekend. See you this weekend.

Transit Bus Bike Rack Demo
     September 23, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Hello fellow cyclists T3 is putting on a demo on the Transit Bus and how you can attach a bike to it Saturday Sept 28th, at 10am and 11am

The link to the press release is here:

https://www.charlottetown.ca/cms/One.aspx

 

4 Hour Grunt
     September 5, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Due to the pending weather and forecast of the remnants of the hurricane for Saturday and Sunday the 4 Hour Grunt is being postponed to a later date.

North Shore Time Trial Results
     August 16, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

Another nice night out on the North Shore for the final time trial of the summer. A big thank you to everybody who attended a TT events throughout this season

Men's 20.54km

1) Andre Boudreau  27:27

2) Carl Richard        36:50

3) Ralph Leonard     41:00

Women's 20.54km

1) Lynn Robblee           40:45

2) Christine Thibaudier 43:51 (impaired by traffic for ~20 sec)

Provincial MTB Championships & Citizen Series MTB Event #4- Red Mud Mountain Mayhem 23 Results
     August 12, 2019 — Mike Connolly

 

2019 Citizen MTB Series #4: Red Mud Results  1 Lap=5.6km            
Prepared by: Ryan O'Regan                  
                         
Category Athlete Place Laps Distance(km) Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4 Lap 5
Men's Expert Andre Landry 1 5 28 19:34 0:39:18 0:58:54 1:18:56 1:39:14
  Tyler MacLellan 2 5 28 19:17 0:39:06 0:59:04 1:19:36 1:40:16
  Brandon Curry 3 5 28 0:20:03 0:42:08 1:01:12 1:20:47 1:40:54
  Andrew Pickard 4 5 28 19:41 0:39:55 1:00:41 1:21:45 1:43:13
  Rob Wickstrom 5 5 28 0:20:04 0:41:04 1:02:22 1:23:43 1:45:30
  Terry Tamlin 6 5 28 19:54 0:41:00 1:02:54 1:26:01 1:48:46
  Mark Craig 7 5 28 21:25 0:43:23 1:04:55 1:27:35 1:50:59
  Nathan Dawson DNF 5 28 0:20:54 0:43:25 1:08:18    
                   
Men's Sport Duncan Sturz 1 4 22.4 0:22:24 0:45:23 1:09:20 1:34:18  
  Norm Adams 2 4 22.4 0:22:57 0:46:57 1:11:48 1:35:59  
  Mathieu Belanger 3 4 22.4 0:23:35 0:47:54 1:12:57 1:37:24  
  Denis Doucet 4 4 22.4 0:26:22 0:53:04 1:20:49 1:49:29  
  Mike Robertson 5 4 22.4 0:25:30 0:53:31 1:22:48 1:51:35  
  Justin Ellis 6 4 22.4 0:24:09 0:59:21 1:31:16 2:02:06  
  Tom Keeler 7 4 22.4 0:30:08 1:01:27 1:30:58 2:02:08  
  Shaun Geldert 8 4 22.4 0:32:19 1:05:49 1:31:26 2:18:01  
                   
Women's Expert Leila Cartier 1 4 22.4 0:27:38 0:56:49 1:26:00 1:56:36  
  Jen Baudaly 2 4 22.4 0:30:19 1:02:21 1:34:41 2:07:41  
                   
Women's Sport Courtney Phillips 1 3 16.8 0:28:58 0:58:13 1:27:21    
  Lisa Phillips 2 3 16.8 0:29:17 0:58:52 1:29:06    
  Jovette Doucet 3 3 16.8 0:33:09 1:06:27 1:41:08    
  April Muirhead 4 3 16.8 0:34:42 1:09:32 1:46:29    
                   
Men's 50+ Don Mallet 1 3 16.8 0:26:42 0:54:13 1:21:33    
  Kent Sheen 2 3 16.8 0:30:31 1:01:11 1:33:50    
   Peter MacFarlane 3 3 16.8 0:35:31 1:09:19 1:44:48    
                   
Women's U19 Madison Baudoux 1 3 16.8 0:33:01 1:06:21 1:40:41    
                   
U15 Female Amelie Doucet 1 2 11.2 0:38:21 1:19:30      
                   
U13 Male Charles Burke 1 1 5.6 0:29:32        
  Ewan Miner 2 1 5.6 0:29:38        
  Georges Doucet 3 1 5.6 0:35:58        
  Tommy Bridges 4 1 5.6 0:48:47        
  Daniel Geldert 5 1 5.6 0:49:14        
                   
U13 Female Sophia Banfield 1 1 5.6 0:41:33        
                   
                   
U11 Male William Banfield 1 1 5.6 0:42:48        
  Rowan Roblee 2 1 5.6 0:44:19        
  Haiden Davis 3 1 5.6 0:49:11        
  Carter Weeks 4 1 5.6 0:49:13        
                   
U11 Female Addison Weeks 1 1 5.6 0:48:24        

Results from Tour de Matapedia in Quebec
     August 11, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Results from Tour de Matapedia in Quebec. Craftsman Construction wins TT and Cory Jay wins a stage today.

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Pownal Time Trial Results
     August 8, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

 

Another gorgeous evening for Thursday's time trial! Exciting photo finish between four athletes---  thankfully Lynn had some photos so we could sort out the results.

Thanks to all who took part!

Women's 9.6km

1) Courtney Phillips 16:28

2) Lynn Robblee      20:08

3) Dianne Lawlor     22:23

 

Para Sport 9.6km

1) Peter MacFarlane & Stella Walsh  26:05

2) Chris Lee & Nick MacIntyre            26:25

 

Men's 9.6km

1) Andre Boudreau             12:07

2) Raphael Amcot-Savard  13:07

3) Alan Thompson              15:22

4) Kirk Bellamy                    16:01

5) Carl Richard                    17:08

6) Jeff Proctor                      21:25

 

CPEI Citizen Series Road #4 TT and Road Ch'ships Results from July 21st, 2019
     July 24, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

 **Updated**

Full results from this past weekend from Canoe Cove. The event was graciously sponsored by The Dairy Farmers of Canada and Outer Limit Sports.

Thanks to everyone, near and far, who came out and made this year's event a successful one. Hope to see you all next year!

   
                 
                     
CPEI Citizen Series Road #4 TT and Road Ch'ships Results from July 21st, 2019      
Prepared by: Ryan O'Regan                
                     
Time Trial Results (17km)                
                 
Category Name Place Time    
Beginner Female Claudine Abcarius 1 0:32:06    
           
U17 Female Leila Cartier 1 0:31:07    
  Lucy Wolfe 2 0:37:36    
           
U17 Male John Crawford 1 0:29:59    
           
U19 Male Samuel Rioux 1 0:32:02    
           
Sport Female Tabatha Teraa 1 0:27:41    
           
Sport Male Arend Teraa 1 0:24:14    
  Mark Craig 2 0:24:51    
  Alan Thompson 3 0:28:49    
           
Expert Female Sarah Gilbert 1 0:29:02    
  Amanda Lee 2 0:31:02    
           
Expert Male Andre Boudreau 1 0:22:27    
  Cory Jay 2 0:22:35    
  Joseph Chamberlain 3 0:22:37    
  Colin Edwards 4 0:23:41    
  Derek Hughes 5 0:24:10    
                     
CPEI Citizen Road Championships Results. 1 Lap=33km        
           
Category Name Place Laps Distance Time
U17 Female Leila Cartier 1 1 33 1:00:33
  Lucy Wolfe 2 1 33 1:22:59
           
U17 Male John Crawford 1 2 66 1:53:37
           
U19 Male Samuel Rioux 1 2 66 1:47:18
           
Beginner Women Claudine Abcarius 1 1 33 1:09:20
           
50+ Male Paul Deighan 1 1 33 0:54:43
  Dale Irwin 2 1 33 0:59:21
  Trevor Williams 3 1 33 1:09:57
  Jeff Proctor 4 1 33 1:19:22
           
Sport Women Courtney Phillips 1 2 66 1:55:31
           
Sport Male Mark Craig 1 2 66 1:44:11
  Charles Cormier 2 2 66 1:47:02
  Andrew Churchill 3 2 66 1:47:04
  Gilbert Marols 4 2 66 1:47:10
  Justin Hebb 5 2 66 1:48:55
  Alan Thompson 6 2 66 1:58:36
  Danny Stretch 7 2 66 2:13:27
  Ralph Leonard 8 2 66 2:21:35
           
Expert Female Sarah Gilbert 1 2 66 1:47:15
  Amanda Lee 2 2 66 1:58:48
           
Expert Men Joseph Chamberlain 1 3 99 2:28:02
  Derek Hughes 2 3 99 2:28:04
  Jacques Cormier 3 3 99 2:28:07
  Cory Jay 4 3 99 2:28:19
  Colin Edwards 5 3 99 2:36:55
           

 
               
                 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
                     
         
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

Canoe Cove (Long version) TT Results
     July 20, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

 It was a another beautiful evening in Canoe Cove. We had quite the battle for the win-- two seconds over 33km! Thanks to all who took part!

Men's 33km                                              ParaSport Mixed

1) Andre Boudreau  46:07                        1) Darcy MacDougall and Kent Crosby 1:27:03

2) Cory Jay              46;09                        2) Stella Walsh and Kyla Dunn              2:59:52   

3) Arend Teraa        48:28

4) Kent Wood          54:43

5) Allan Thompson  57:29

6) Kirk Bellamy        58:25

7) Ralph Leonard     1:08:05 

8) Jeff Proctor           1:25:08


     July 14, 2019 — Mike Connolly

 

Tour de Pants MTB Race 2019              
Cat Name  Lap Lap Lap Lap Placing Laps
Expert Men's Cory Jay 22.57 46.45 1.10.42 1.35.06 1 4
  Tyler MacLellan 23.28 47.15 1.11.25 1.35.54 2 4
  Andrew Pickard 23.30 47.41 1.11.56 1.36.22 3 4
  Kyle Kneabone 23.29 48.43 1.15.28 1.42.06 4 4
  Rob Wickstrom 24.40 50.47 1.17.18 1.43.13 5 4
  Nathan Dawson 26.04 55.55 1.22.18 1.51..11 6 4
  Kent Wood 26.41 55.54 1.23.02 1.53.41 7  
  Matt Jelley 26.49 55.56 DNF      
Sport Men's  Jeff McLellan 26.39 53.55 1.22.31   1 3
  Norm Adams 27.41 56.42 1.25.31   2 3
  Mike Robertson 30.01 1.01.31 1.33.59   3 3
  Denis Doucet 31.29 1.04.27 1.39.12   4 3
  Frank Robblee 36.01 1.15.11 1.55.51   5 3
  Connor Barrett 34.51 DNF       3
Sport Women's Courtney Phillips 34.50 1.08.18     1 2
  Jovette Doucet 38.34 1.17.12     2 2
50+ Men's Dale Irwin 31.05 1.01.59     1 2
  Donald Mallett 31.10 1.02.46     2 2
  Pete Phillips 34.49 1.08.57     3 2
  Derek Anderson 35.34 1.09.21     4 2
  Kitk Bellamy 34.51 1.10..22     5  
  Peter MacFarlane 41.27 1.32.21     6 2
50+ Women's Lisa Phillips 34.39       1 1
U15 Female Lily Nicholson 43.21       1 1
U11 Female Addison Weeks 57.49       1 1
U13 Male  Georges Doucet 44.45       1 1
  Tommy Bridges 57.43       2 1
U11 Male  Rowan Robblee 55.04       1 1
  Haiden Davis 58.21       2 1
  Carter Weeks 58.25       3 1
  Davis Robblee 1.01.11       4 1
Riders of Tomorrow Nolan Perry         1  
  Gillian Perry         2  

CPEI Citizen Road Bike Series - Emyvale #3 Results
     July 7, 2019 — Mike Connolly

 

Emyvale Road Race Results 2019 Lap 21km
Category Name Laps Time Place
Expert Male  Andre Boudreau 4 2.21.42 1
Expert Male  Evan Stewart 4 2.22.01 2
Expert Male  Andrew Churchill 4 DNF  
Expert Female  Sarah Gilbert 3 1.55.30 1
Sport Male  Mathew Dawson 3 1.56.25 1
Sport Male  Justin Hebb 3 2.00.13 2
Sport Male  Rob Binns 3 2.02.09 3
Sport Male  Kent Wood 3 2.19.30 4
Sport Female Courtney Phillips 2 1.21.14 1
Sport Female Claudine Abcarius 2 1.33.20 2
U17 Male Connor Murray 2 1.38.16 1
U17 Female Leila Cartier 2 1.26.19 1
50+ Male  Paul Deighan 2 1.27.36 1
50+ Male  Phillip Watts 2 1.28.11 2
50+ Male  Carl Richard 2 1.36.37 3
50+ Male  Ralph Leonard 2 1.39.37 4
50+ Male  Jeff Proctor 2 2.09.59 5

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Registration Link for the Don Harris Memorial Century Ride and Trail Ride
     July 6, 2019 — Mike Connolly

https://raceroster.com/events/2019/22197/don-harris-century-ride-2019

 

Canoe Cove (short version) TT Results
     July 5, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

Finally some nice summer weather-- couldn't have asked for better conditions. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Distance: 17km

Men's                                                       Women's

1) Andre Boudreau    22:22                      1) Tabatha Teraa      28:49

2) Cory Jay                23:34                      2) Treena Bellamy    33:41

3) Kyle Kneabone      24:40

4) Mark Craig             24:47

5) Arend Terra           24:54

6) Rob Binns              27:31

7) Justin Hebb            29:11

8) Kirk Bellamy           29:16

9) Carl Richard           32:53

10) Ralph Leonard      35:24

11) Jeff Proctor           42:04

Riverside Ripper Results
     July 3, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

 Full Results from the Dairy Farmers of Canada CPEI Citizen MTB Series Stage #2: Riverside Ripper held on June 30th, 2019

Thanks to all who came out!

Dairy Farmers of Canada CPEI MTB Series #2: Riverside Ripper

1 Lap=4.5km

Cat

Name

Time

Placing

Laps

KM

Male Expert

Brandon Curry

1:17:11

1

4

18

 

Nathan Dawson

1:18:36

2

4

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male Sport

Jeremy Cameron

1:27:12

1

4

18

 

Jimy Mena

1:32:29

2

4

18

 

Frank Roblee

1:44:45

3

4

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sport Female

Jovette Doucet

1:22:16

1

3

13.5

 

April Muirhead

1:30:46

2

3

13.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male 50+

Kirk Bellamy

1:06:42

1

3

13.5

 

Peter MacFarlane

1:32:56

2

3

13.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

U17 Female

Megan Runge

1:07:55

1

2

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

U13 Male

Charles Burke

0:26:37

1

1

4.5

 

Tommy Bridges

0:53:27

2

1

4.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

U11 Male

Georges Doucet

0:28:52

1

1

4.5

 

Rowan Roblee

0:36:48

2

1

4.5

 

Davis Roblee

0:44:15

3

1

4.5

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Results from The Dairy Farmers of Canada CPEI Citizen MTB Series Stage #1: Gairloch
     July 3, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

 

Gairloch MTB Race 2019. 1 Lap= 6.6km

 

 

 

 

Cat

Name

Time

Placing

Laps

KM

Male Expert

Tyler McLellan

1:26:57

1

4

26.4

 

Robert Wickstrom

1:28:01

2

4

26.4

 

Andrew Pickard

1:29:02

3

4

26.4

 

Mark Craig

1:32:07

4

4

26.4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sport Men's

Nathan Dawson

1:16:08

1

3

19.8

 

Jimy Mena

1:35:11

2

3

19.8

 

Frank Robblee

1:42:21

3

3

19.8

 

Denis Doucet

1:44:04

4

3

19.8

 

Chris Daley

1:55:18

5

3

19.8

 

Shaun Geldert

DNF

6

3

19.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sport Women's

Ellen Sherren

1:10:48

1

2

13.2

 

Jovette Doucet

1:20:50

2

2

13.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

50+ Men's

Dale Irwin

0:58:38

1

2

13.2

 

Kirk Bellamy

1:00:39

2

2

13.2

 

Don Mallett

1:01:48

3

2

13.2

 

Andrew Van Wiechen

1:05:57

4

2

13.2

 

Harvey Chandler

1:12:32

5

2

13.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

U15 Male

Zach Arsenault

1:02:40

1

1

6.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

U15 Female

Holly Nickerson

1:19:30

1

1

6.6

 

Amelie Doucet

1:19:48

2

1

6.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

U13 Male

Charles Burke

0:42:12

1

1

6.6

 

Zach Herbert

0:51:12

2

1

6.6

 

Marc Chapman

0:52:18

3

1

6.6

 

Camdyn Burns

0:54:53

4

1

6.6

 

Tommy Bridges

1:04:18

5

1

6.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

U17 Female

Megan Runge

2:04:10

1

2

13.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

U13 Female

Abby Dingwell

1:03:02

1

1

6.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

U11 Male

Georges Doucet

0:43:56

1

1

6.6

 

Rowan Roblee

0:57:03

2

1

6.6

 

Carter Weeks

1:25:45

3

1

6.6

 

Daniel Geldert

1:27:18

4

1

6.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

U11 Female

Addison Weeks

1:21:06

1

1

6.6

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Argyle Shore Time Trial Results
     June 21, 2019 — Ryan O'Regan

Beautiful Thursday evening for a time trial! 

20km Men:                                              20 Km Women:

1) Andre Boudreau     27:23                    1) Caitlyn Campbell        41:05   

2) Cory Jay                 28:10                    2) Christine Thiboudier   46:27

3) Arend Teraa           29:15                    3) Tabatha Teraa             DNF

4) Kyle Kneabone       29:32

5) Mark Craig              30:22

6) Rob Binns               33:17

7) Justin Hebb             34:50

 

Thanks to all who came out!

Crapaud Recreational Time Trial Results
     June 6, 2019 — Mike Connolly

All the big guns were out Thursday night in Crapaud.

1. Andre Boudreau 27.38

2. Cory Jay 28.23

3. Kyle Kneabone 28.58

4. Mark Craig 31.57

5. Reagan Mills 32.15

6. Matt Jelley 32.58

7. Nathan Dawson 34.58

8. Kirk Bellamy 36.28

 

Indian River Road Race 2019
     June 5, 2019 — Mike Connolly

 

Indian River Road Race 2019          
Cat Name  Time  Placing Laps KM
Expert Men's Mark Craig 2.10.10 1 6 72
  Dave Clark 2.10.50 2 6 72
  Charles Cormier 2.11.53 3 6 72
  Rob Binns 2.14.26 4 6 72
  Matt Jelley 2.21.01 5 6 72
  Matt Nicholson DNF       
Sport Women's Kim Landry 1.44.15 1 4 48
50+ Men's MacFarlane 1.32.55 1 3 36
U13 Female Fioras Gelatly 46.34 1 1 12

Mothers Day TT Results 2019
     June 5, 2019 — Mike Connolly

 

Mothers Day TT Results 2019    
Cat Name  Time Placing
Sport Female Kim Landry 37.15 1
Sport Male  Nathson Dawson 36.55 1
U19 Male  Matt Jelley 31.21 1
55+ Female Christine Thibaudier 47.44 1
Expert Men Andre Boudreau 27.07 1
  Kyle Kneabone 29.28 2

Death in the Community
     May 30, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Due to a death in the family of our ED, Around the Hillsborough Rec Road Ride is being postponed to another date. Please watch for the new date.

Bike to Work Day Winners
     May 28, 2019 — Mike Connolly

Winners of our bike to work day were Jamie Smith and Andrew Burt. You have won a free tune up at Outer Limit Sports. Angela Oathway and Colleen Walton you have won a rear bike light.


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