Stage 9 was this season’s only net downhill course, something of a novelty in the winter racing series, where the finish line is actually lower than the start. The 26.25Km course still made riders work hard as they faced some short steep ascents before longer sections of descending.
Vancouver’s riders turned up the heat this week taking the four top spots in the men’s race and coming in first and second in the women’s competition. Tony Zackery was the fastest man on the course finishing in 42:22 ahead of Rob O’Loughlin and Kit Wellburn who finished in 42:40 and 43:42 respectively. Roger Lee took fourth.
The Women’s race was won by Alison Wood who stopped the clock in 45:44 which Michelle Newton hot on her heels in 47:09. Tiffany Boire and Kelly Knowles had a close contest on the east coast for third and forth. Tiffany just edged out Kelly by one second to take third in 47:18.
As always full results and classifications can be found at here.
Stage 10 is plateaus and climbs and the last stage of the sprint contest. Break out those 55T chain rings and get ready to put down some big watts!
Vancouver heats take place at the slightly different times of:
Saturday 1pm & 2.30pm,
Monday 5pm, 6.30pm & 8pm
Tuesday 9am & 10.30am
To sign up each week call the centre on 604-299-7959 or send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up for the following week opens immediately after the completion of the last heat on Tuesday. Please note there is a 24hr cancellation policy. If you cancel your reservation within 24 hours of race time, you will be charged for the race.
The series is designed for fun and fitness and will be the toughest Zone 3 or lactate threshold training you do all winter. The Fall Series starts on September 18th 2010 and runs until December 20th.
The Winter Series starts on January 8th and runs until March 29, 2011. Heats run on Saturday afternoons, Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings in groups of 6 riders on linked CompuTrainers at the Peak Centre. The series is for all levels of ability so come for the racing or come for the training and social aspect of it. Everyone is welcome so book your heat and start time by calling the Peak Centre
The original time trial course will be the only course that is repeated throughout the series. Every other course will be new for the series. Stage, General Classification (GC) and point leaders in the Sprint and King of the Mountains categories will be presented along the way to see who the leaders are based on the times posted, points collected and individual improvements. The results will be divided into 3 categories. Men’s A, Men’s B, and Women’s and will appear weekly at www.peakcentrevancouver.ca. Stage, General Classification (GC) and point leaders in the Sprint and King of the Mountains categories will be presented along the way to see who the leaders are based on the times posted, points collected and individual improvements. The results will be divided into 3 categories.
Men’s A, Men’s B, and Women’s and will appear weekly at www.peakcentrevancouver.ca. Schedules, heat times and pricing are available on our website at
here or give us a call to reserve your heat time.
We hope to see you out at the races!