As one of Canada’s most prominent specialty bicycle retailers, Mike’s Bike Shop has now opened its brand new, state of the art, 16,000 sq./ft retail facility. With its most recent accolade being receiving as the City of Dieppe’s business excellence award for 2013, the independently and locally owned shop is continuing its fast paced growth.
“From day 1 of the National Cycling Centre – Atlantic Canada, Mike’s Bike Shop has been a great supporter of the development of elite cycling in the region,” said Charles Cormier, president of the organizing committee of the event. “Over the years, it has supported, among others, the Centre’s Selection program, the Pepsi Cup, and is currently the driving force behind the Tuesday night series, the unique Mike’s Bike Shop Cup. It has also supported all five Canadian Championships that took place in Dieppe since 2001.
As part of the community, Mike’s Bike Shop is also very active by supporting many municipal programs as well as its own local cycling Club. For 2013, the organizing committee of the 2013 Canadian Track Championships is very happy to once again be able to count on the support of owner Rick Snyder has the official presenter of the event.
The 2013 Canadian Track Cycling Championships presented by Mikes Bike Shop begins August 27 and runs through September 1. Canada’s best cyclists are expected to participate in this year’s event, held for the second consecutive year at the UCI-regulated outdoor velodrome. Mike’s bike Shop joins a growing list of partners for the event, including the Province of New Brunswick, the City of Dieppe, McDonald’s, Coastal Inn, Giant, FitWorks, ProTherapy, Gatorade, MacDonald Buick GMC Cadillac LTD, Bell Alliant, Office Interiors, Sobey’s and Investor’s Group.
Registration is now OPEN for the 2013 Canadian Track Cycling Championships
The registration process is now active for the 2013 Canadian Track Cycling Championships presented by Mike’s Bike Shop, scheduled for August 27 to September 1 at the Dieppe Vélodrome in Dieppe, NB, announced the governing body for competitive cycling in Canada, Cycling Canada.
The event will feature many track cycling races featuring cyclists in junior, elite and masters categories, including Olympians and National Team members alike.
Registration can be done here.
“The National Cycling Centre – Atlantic Canada hosted this event in 2012, and the organizers have done a stellar job in the providing a competitive platform just after the Olympic Games. Now, they get, to kick start this new Olympic cycle with a fresh slate and energized riders,” said Mathieu Boucher, Domestic Performance Director at Cycling Canada. “The organizing committee led by Charles Cormier is experienced in hosting these events, and we are extremely confident that they will raise the bar in the second of their two-year mandate.”