The Cyclery rider Ariane Bonhomme helped a young Canadian entry win a World Cup bronze medal in the women’s team pursuit event on Feb. 20 in Colombia.
Ottawa Sportspage cover story: Bring us the Games!
Created On: February 3, 2017
Diverse members of local sports community unite behind Ottawa’s bid to host 2021 Canada Summer Games
Pair of Pan Am track medals for locally-brewed The Cyclery rider
Updated On: December 8, 2016
Ottawa Bicycle Club product Ariane Bonhomme won a pair of medals at October’s Pan American Track Cycling Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Ottawa Sportspage cover story: Blazing blades, brisk bike
Updated On: October 5, 2016
One of the planet’s best speed skaters, De Haitre’s speedy legs power him to a Canadian track cycling crown
Ottawa at the Paralympics profile: Cyclist Robbi Weldon
Created On: September 7, 2016
New home in Ottawa fuels London 2012 cycling champ’s road to Rio
Ottawa at the Olympics profile – Mike Woods (cycling)
Updated On: August 1, 2016
Runner-turned-cyclist wants to create iconic sports moment of his own
Ottawa Sportspage cover story: Road Warriors
Updated On: July 3, 2016
Ottawa cyclists survive many bumps in the road, nasty crashes, en route to nationals dominance
Ottawa cyclists among top contenders for home road nationals in late June
Updated On: June 1, 2016
Alex Cataford will be riding high when he comes back home for the Global Relay Canadian Road Cycling Championships June 25-29 in Ottawa.
Big bicycle wins for pair of local athletes
Updated On: May 6, 2016
Julia Gibson of the Ottawa Bicycle Club won five medals (three silver and two bronze) at the Apr. 1-3 Canadian Track Cycling Championships in Milton, while OBC’s Marie-Alexandre Lemire earned a bronze. With a stringent focus on women’s endurance athletes, Gibson was bypassed as a sprinter in the selections for this summer’s Canadian World Junior Championships team.
Ottawa the super sports city set to welcome tons of championships
Created On: April 10, 2016
Basketball, canoe slalom, curling, cycling, figure skating, golf, ice cross downhill, mixed martial arts, rugby, tennis, track-and-field, triathlon and volleyball. It’ll be a sports lover’s dream in 2016 and 2017 as Ottawa gets set to host major events in each one of those sports (and odds are solid that hockey and football will join that list).