In light of the new restrictions set out by the province and AHS in the ongoing fight to bring our Covid numbers under control, there are new implementations:
As of May 5th all group rides, racing, training and practices are suspended for at least 3 weeks.
The race/ride calendar will be populated when we can once again resume some form of normal activities and I’m hopeful that it will be sooner than later.
I know this is very difficult heading into a second year of restrictions but we must remain strong and vigilant. The war on Covid can only be won when everyone participates and does their part. It can be frustrating to see other groups and people ignoring compliance but we must be diligent and conscientious with our actions. This affects us all.
For those of you who are new members or planning on being a member we will be posting our club ride routes so you can still take part but in a solo way. Those of you who have great routes that you would like to share, please post them on our Facebook page. In the meantime, I look forward to riding with you all soon!
Take care and stay healthy!
Dawn Heinemeyer, President and clothing fairy
Please click here to see the 2020 TNS race results!
Thank you Crankmasters for making our 2020 AGM a virtual success!
While we had a good time chatting, we were able to cover all the points in the agenda, and get all the vacant positions filled.
For those who couldn't attend, please find the draft of the meeting minutes in the following link:
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Crankmasters currently has riders active in track and road events and we conduct club races regularly in the season. We are always welcoming anyone interested in joining a competitive team in the Masters categories. We also have many cyclists in all age groups who just come out to cycle for fitness. In either case, anyone is welcome to come out and join with us for a ride, and learn about cycling in groups or practice riding in groups for competitive events. Crankmasters is active in promoting cycling and is involved with developing training and coaching with the Alberta Bicycle Association. We have members available to offer advice and ideas on fitness and competitive cycling who have many years of experience in cycling.
It is that time of the year that we don't like, please join us on our last Monday Night Ride of the year tomorrow Monday September 23rd, 2019. We'll have some appetizers and spirits just after the ride at Tuscany's Last Straw pub.
Also, check our Races -> 2019 Races section, so you can enjoy our members achievements of the year!
Special congratulations to Dawn on this year's world championships, and to Dawn and Mike on their qualifiers for next year!
Thanks to all the riders and volunteers for making this a great year.
Special thanks to the Speed Theory and Peloton Race teams for helping out with the Series 2 and 3 race organizing.
Please remember to support our sponsors. We want to thank our sponsors for their commitment to the Calgary Crankmasters Cycling Club this season. In turn, we hope that you will find a way to support and help be ambassadors of our sponsors by using their products, taking advantage of their services and sharing with family and friends. We encourage you to visit their websites to learn more about our sponsors and the various exclusive discounts or benefits they are offering to our members.
These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing sponsors and thank them for their commitment to our organization.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities
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