The Bermuda Bicycle Association announced the 2018 Awards, eight Awards were handed out with Matthew Oliveira named the Male Rider of the Year and Caitlin Conyers was named the Female Rider of the Year.
Bermuda Bicycle Associationís 2018 Awards
Most Improved Junior - Alexander Miller Junior Rider of the Year - Nicholas Narraway Most Improved Adult - Conor White Male Rider of the Year - Matthew Oliveira Female Rider of the Year - Caitlin Conyers Race Official of the Year - Anton Gilbert Race Organizer of the Year - Nigel Godfrey Club Person of the Year - Earlena Ingham
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Duffy Wins Criterium in South Africa
Duffy in action in South Africa
Bermudaís Flora Duffy continued her road to recovery preparing for the 2019 Triathlon Season.
Duffy is training in South Africa, she was able to compete in a Local De-aL Cycling/KILLARNEY Nite Series Criterium.
A total of 13 Men and Ladies took to the course with Duffy winning the Ladies race and Kurt Begemann claiming the Menís race.
1 Flora Duffy 2 Bianca Holzkampf 3 Robin Bolten
1 Kurt Begemann 2 Alex Craddock 3 Luke Pfeiffer 4 Chris van Zyl 5 Bronwin Adams 6 Robbie Rodrigues 7 Raymond Cox 8 Brandon Christians 9 Glen de Goede 10 Theuns van der Bank
Sunday, February 10, 2019
Fat Tire Massive Mountain Bike Race Day Five
The 2018/2019 Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Fat Tire Massive Mountain Bike Race Season sponsorship of Arch Re, BF&M, One Communications, RMS Boatworks and Spar Yard Marine Solutions continued with action taking place at Southlands Park.
Adam Kirk won the Male Open race clocking a 7 lap time of 1:06:31.267, Jeff Currie from New Brunswick, Canada was second in 1:08:03.587 and Han Hirschi finished third with a time of 1:08:04.850.
Manning Smith rode to victory in the Male Novice Division with a time of 32:59.968 after 4 laps, Sherman Darrell was second in 35:58.086 and Mathew Ringer finished third with a time of 37:48.659.
Zina Jones won the Female Novice Division clocking a 3 lap time of 33:46.729, while Jessica Gibbons finished one lap down in second place clocking 35:45.559.
The rain couldnít dampen the day as some 50 participants took part in the Pedal for Paralympics riding from Dockyard to St. Georgeís.
The riders despite the inclement weather took up the challenge to help support the Bermuda Paralympic Association.
Bermudaís two time Paralympian Jessica Lewis took the time to roll her chair the Pink Hurricane along the Kindley Field with groups of Cyclist as they rode along.
Ann Lindroth and Chris Roque organized the event that saw cyclist travel through Trials and on the main road in at time torrential rain.
Thursday, January 24, 2019
Countdown to Bermuda's Pedal for Paralympics
Chris Roque's fundraiser for Bermuda Paralympics Association will place on Sunday January 27th.
The off-road dash from Dockyard to Ferry Reach is mainly in the railway trail with a few detours and several road sections.
Bermudaís Paralympian Jessica Lewis will join riders to push along Ferry Reach as the Pedal for Paralympics Events takes place.
With a 9:45am start from the Royal Naval Dockyard, Clock Tower and the finish at Ferry Reach Park, cyclist are taking up the challenge to support the Bermuda Paralympic Association to raise funds enabling Bermudaís Elite Para-athletes to compete abroad at this yearís Parapan Am Games and World Championships.