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SQUAMISH MOUNTAIN BIKE FEST: B.C. Rider wins North American Trials Championship

Another Squamish Test of Metal Mountain Bike Festival Trials Competition is in the record books, and for the first time since the Test became a North American Trials Series (NATS) event in 1999, a Canadian has won pro stock, the main championship cat

After the Test, the Gearjammer

The Squamish Test of Metal Mountain Bike Festival is an annual ritual for many of its 800 competitors, but this year it's also the third of four stops of the inaugural B.C. cross-country marathon series.

Broken axle nearly spoils race for Hendy

When it comes to mechanical trouble, racecar driver Fred Hendy of Squamish is an expert. Hendy raced last weekend at the Rivers Edge Raceway in Mission against competitors from around B.C. along with cars from Washington and Oregon.

The long ride home

I knew I was different when I felt a thrill from crushing my finger between my cropped handlebar and the side view mirror of a taxi as I rode through Toronto's Yonge Street on my way to work four years ago.

They're tied at the top

After five long years of after-school practices, countless numbers of games, tournaments, races and competitions, four Grade 12 HSSS students were awarded for their hard work and dedication to high school athletics.

Ritchie riding to success

At 16, Kyle Ritchie is taking on and beating some of the best mountain bike downhill riders in the world.

HSSS bikers clean house

A championship effort results in the making of champions, as many HSSS riders found out on May 19 at the North Shore Mountain Bike League (NSMBL) championships.

Get the Ultimate thrill

When playing Ultimate, you'll definitely sweat but you won't have to swear.

On top of it all

It's one thing to win, yet another to blow away the competition. That's exactly what the Don Ross Secondary Mountain Bike Team did last Saturday (May 29), in winning the B.C. High School Provincial Mountain Bike Championships in Coquitlam.

Think you're tough, eh?

You'd think people would be crying for mommy after finishing the gruelling 67-km Test of Metal (TOM) race.