The Great Canadian Sagle

Ian's Mountain Biking Adventures

Canada Cup, O-Cup 3 (Horseshoe Valley)

Sun's out guns out - that was the slogan for O-Cup 3 and the first leg of the Canada Cup at Horseshoe Valley Resort this week as part of Canadian Mountain Bike week. There was a sharp contrast in weather... Continue Reading →

Wilmington White Face 100km

  The Wilmington Whiteface was the inaugural kick off to June. This was a 100km mountain bike race through the Adirondack mountain range located in the beautiful town of Wilmington, New York, just east of Lake Placid. This year was... Continue Reading →

Long Sock Classic

Well, we are just about there! 6 races into the season, almost 4000km peddled and the second marathon flying by. Yep, the halfway point of the season is upon us and the hard work and determination is still paying off.... Continue Reading →

Spring Epic 8 Hour

The first ultramarathon is on the docket and there is a sold-out show. This year brought out a staggering 876 people to this epic 8 hour event. Everyone from teams of 6 all the way down to the solo monsters... Continue Reading →

Ontario Mud Cup 2, Kingston

April came in like a lamb and left like a lion. Carrying right into May, the weather has been atrocious and making cycling that much more difficult. The first couple races of the season have been an uphill battle with... Continue Reading →

How The West Was Won, P2A

  This year marked the 24th run of Paris to Ancaster, a staple event of the season for any cyclist. This is the unofficial start of the summer racing circuit. The weather on the other hand, had a different plan... Continue Reading →

O – Cup 1, The good, The Bad, The Ugly

  This weekend marked the beginning of the Ontario Cup mountain bike season and we couldn't have asked for nicer weather with an even better course. There were some subtle changes made, much to the dismay and delight of the... Continue Reading →

H2I, Homage to the Ice, I mean rain…

  H2I (Homage to the ice)   Well, the season is back on and we are back to racing again. Jer is fresh off of the birth of his first child and ready to make the best out of a... Continue Reading →

Spring time and new beginnings!

Spring is in the air and at last the bike season has arrived. With the blustery blues of winter behind us and the snow melting like a raging river, it’s finally time to get the two wheelers out of the... Continue Reading →

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