Pouch Cove Classic 2022 Results

Congratulations to all participants and to overall winner Roughan Gaetz with a time of 2:21:57. Cat A Men: Liam Chislett Cat A Women: Stephanie Nevin Junior A Men: Roughan Gaetz Junior A Women: Amber Critch Cat B Men: Lee Hayward Cat B Women: Jessica Banfield Cat C Men: Lakov Afanassiev Cat C Women: Julie Andrews […]

Canada Games MTB Selection Camp

Bicycle Newfoundland and Labrador will be hosting our Canada Games Mountain Biking Selection Camp which will be held on May 21st and 22nd in Glovertown. Athletes eligible for these games can register here: https://ccnbikes.com/#!/events/16001-canada-games-selection-camp If you have any questions or you are a new athletes not currently working with the program please contact youthcycling@bicyclenl.com 

Pouch Cove Classic 2022

Register here Bicycle Newfoundland and Labrador is pleased to announce the Pouch Cove Classic for 2022 When: May 8th, sign-in at 08:00 – race starts at 09:00. The Pouch Cove Spring Classic is a circuit race, on a 27km loop. Participants will ride one loop (in the ‘C’category), two loops (in the ‘B’ category) or […]

2021 Provincial Championship Results

Congratulations to all participants in the 2021 Road Championships in Eastport! Podium Results C ‘Recreational’ Winner – Mark SimpsonYoungest Rider Award – Cole LaydenMen’s B Race Podium – 1st Liam Chislett; 2nd Andy McKay; 3rd Connor FlannaganU19 Provincial Champion F – Leah DaltonU19 Provincial Champion M – Roughan GaetzMen’s A  / U19 Expert Race 1st […]

Roughan Gaetz at the 2021 Canadian Road Championships

Big congrats to our own Roughan Gaetz on his performance at the 2021 Canadian Road Championships in Saint-Georges, QC. Roughan completed the 114.6 km course in 3 hours and 21 minutes placing him 27th in a competitive field of athletes from across Canada. Here’s a quote from Roughan about the race: The road race started […]

Basic Hand Signals for Cyclists – Bicycle Safety Campaign

Basic hand signals are an important communication tool for cyclists. They increase safety by indicating to drivers and other road users what you intend to do. Cyclists use hand signals to indicate turns, stopping, or slowing down and road hazards. Left turn: Extend your left arm away from your body to shoulder height pointing straight […]

How to be a Visible Cyclist – Bicycle Safety Campaign

Being visible on a bicycle improves the level of safety for cyclists. Make sure you are visible day and night. Fluorescent colours work best because the sun’s ultraviolet rays make them appear to glow. Choose a high-visibility road bike helmet. Some have the option to attach a rear-blinking red light. Wear a high visibility jacket […]