Thank you

I would like to take a few minutes to thank Norco Products for all that it’s doing for me to have a comfortable ride and its generosity with the mace/axiom and bike they are providing for me; without it my ride would not be as smooth as it has become. I also would like to [...]

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Surviving Surgery

Another monumental stage of my training for the RTCC had taken place last week which did not involve any time spent on a bike. I had some vascular surgery on my right leg on Thursday which I had been waiting for over year for. Fortunately for me, I was able to put in quite a [...]

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Spin-A-thon

Well I did my first Spin-A-thon on Saturday at the Save On Foods 228th St Maple Ridge location with a friend whom is also riding for the RTCC . We got there at 8am to set up and started spinning at 9am right up until 5pm with the exceptions of a few washroom break gave us a [...]

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What Should I Bring With Me On The Ride To Conquer Cancer?

There are certain things that you should bring with you on the Ride to conquer cancer in case of emergency. While this may not be everything that you specifically require, this video goes through some basics of what everyone should have with them on the ride. Go ahead and put together a pack of gear [...]

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Norco’s RTCC Team is Kitted out for the Ride

Norco’s team for the Ride To Conquer Cancer has the support of several companies that also see the benefits of finding a cure for cancer. At a recent team meeting the riders were able to pick up some goodies that would make their rides all the much easier. A big thank you needs to be [...]

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Time to hit the road

Well 3 month to go, and time to get serious about training.  Stoked to have daylight savings time, and to be able to get a good ride in after work.  Looking forward to some warmer days to shed some winter layers, and get tuned up for the big ride. A big thank you to everyone [...]

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Things my bike has taught me.

Things my bike has taught me.

I do not wish to be the fastest I do not wish to be the sweatiest I do not wish to keep up I want to be warm, dry and in no pain I want to enjoy what I am experiencing even if it is challenging. Sometimes I become afraid when I go too fast. [...]

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What type of bike is right for the Ride to Conquer Cancer?

Choosing a bike that is perfect for the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer is not an easy task. There are many options out there that offer different aspects of comfort, efficiency and speed. Here is a quick video that gives you an overview of two different options. You pick your personal bike style and you [...]

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Getting Started

101 Days left to go to till the ride; I am both excited and a little bit scared. I am about 1/3 of the way towards my fundraising goal and support from friends and family has been overwhelming, I am very grateful for their support. I have also been logging many hours on the trainer [...]

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The bumpy road to my training.

The bumpy road to my training.

  My training for the ride has been more challenging than most. On Nov. 28th I had surgery on my shoulder. I had the surgery to stabilize my shoulder and keep it from dislocating as easily as it had been. The surgery called for a 6 month recovery time. This has slowed the starting of [...]

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