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RWR/ Peak Winter series

January 25, 2005 – Stage seven of the RWR/ Peak Winter series was held this past Sunday and marked the second running of the time trial course which is repeated once a month throughout the series in order to help riders gauge the effectiveness of their training. In the men’s category ,the previous record of 37:07.9 held by Aaron Fillion of the Ottawa Bicycle club still stands despite the efforts of Stage seven winner, William Goodfellow who posted a time of 37.10.4. Fraser Atkins of Fresh Air Experience followed closely with a time of 37:36.

In the woman’s field, Natasha Elliot from Cycle Logik rode to a new woman’s record of 38:02.6. Cynthia Clarke and Jen Stevenson finished second and third respectively with times in the top 8 overall.

The next race of the series will take place Sunday January 30 at the Peak Centre for Human Performance. To book your start time and to experience what Multirider racing is all about call Peak at 613-737-PEAK. The series will run until the middle of March so come on out for fun and fitness before the season is upon us.





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RWR/ Peak Winter Series

January 11, 2005 – The results of Stage 5 of the RWR/ Peak Winter Series are now available in the news section of www.RidewithRendall.com

26 riders battled it out on a Belgian classic style course that featured steep rollers and false flats throughout the profile of the race. Natasha Elliott from CycleLogic Racing once again won the woman’s category with Jen Stevenson taking second. In the men’s category, AAron Fillion from the Ottawa bicycle club placed second behind a Ride with Rendall rider. To find out more about the race results visit the Ride with Rendall website.

The next stage will be held this coming Sunday with heats starting at 7am. To book your start time or for more info call the Peak Centre at 613-737-Peak.

Remember, first time riders ride for free so come on out to see what Multirider racing is all about.

See you Sunday,
Glen Rendall





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