Outerbike is out and in its place comes ThinkBike. The grand mountain biking expo, Outerbike was run by Western Spirit Cycling out of Moab, Utah alongside local organizer Grant Lamont. When Western Spirit decided to pull out of Canada, Lamont said they gave him the go-ahead to create something similar — the first-ever ThinkBike will run from June 1 to 4. "They (Western Spirit) didn't want to do it anymore because they weren't making a lot of money doing it up here," explained Lamont.
Pemberton Secondary School (PSS) may be small, but it has a pretty big contingent of mountain bikers. On Saturday, May 27 in Cumberland, PSS beat all comers — including athletes from much bigger schools — to earn the BC School Sports provincial championship. It was the school's first independent provincial title after having won two alpine skiing titles when paired with Whistler Secondary School.
Lindsay Bernakevitch and Craig Doell aren't strangers to the PGA of BC Tournament of Champions, nor are they unused to playing with one another. However, Bernakevitch, the Victoria Golf Club's (VGC) head professional, and Doell, its club champion, had never played the event together before it landed at the Nicklaus North Golf Course on May 29. Both had won with different partners previously — Bernakevitch in 2015 and Doell in 2007.
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Selecting a term
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