A new, independent report released by Cycling Canada indicates that there is no systemic culture of PED use in Canada
2012 Giro d'Italia champion Ryder Hesjedal admits to taking banned substances in the early part of his career
Organizers promise "showdown kin to that of Whiskey Row's heyday as the quintessential old west town inhabited by unruly gunslingers"
BC BIKE RACE: BEHIND THE SCENES: 26 vs 29 Hydration Packs or Bottles? In a sprint finish at day 2 of the BC Bike Race, Jason Sager nipped race leader Chris Sheppard to take the stage win in 2:13:24. Although Sager (Jamis) won the day, Sheppard (Rocky Mountain Bikes) retained his GC leader status. Team […]
The big question on the start line of day 1 of the 2011 BC Bike Race was how would European riders Thomas Dietsch (BULL) and Marzio Deho (Olympia) fare in the Great Northwest? Defending champion Chris Sheppard (Rocky Mountain Bikes) is a homeboy comfortable on the forest singletrack. And Dietsch pointed out that the European […]
The 450 riders in the BC Bike Race roll their mountain bikes on July 2 and finish seven days later. Singletrack.com will have full coverage of the race as well as behind-the-scenes reports from Jason Sumner. The word for now, however, is that race organizers have announced something new for this year: chip-timed segments on […]
Since the World Cups on Grouse Mountain circa 2001-2003 there has been a dearth of European horsepower in BC; that will all change July 2-9 when the seven-day BC Bike Race starts. France’s Thomas Dietsch of the endurance powerhouse Team Bulls and Italian Marzio Daho of Team Olympia will race the solo category. They will be […]