Gabriella Arnold finished on the podium representing Marian University on day One of the Midwest Collegiate Cycling Conference (MWCCC) Regional Championships in Indianapolis.
Competing in the Short Track Cross Country Womenís Collegiate A Division Arnold finished third, behind winner Hannah Finchamp from Lindenwood University and Emma Swartz from Marian University.
Sunday, October 08, 2017
BBA Madison Criterium Round Up
The Bermuda Bicycle Associationís 2017 Road Race Season resumed with the Madison Criterium at Southside.
Dominique Mayho won the Adult Male race stopping the clock in a time of 39:59.670, Kaden Hopkins crossed the line second in 40:38.874 and Darren Glasford finished third clocking 41:06.053.
Ashley Estwanik rode the victory in the Womenís A Division when she was clocked at 30:40.329, Louise Wells finished second ne lap down in a time of 31:41.668 and Claire Mcdevitt also a lap down finished third in a time of 33:03.688.
The Adult B Class winner was Nicholas Narraway who stopped the clock in a time of 32:00.171, Mcquinn Burch was second in a time of 32:03.588 and Ricky Smith finished third i a time of 32:03.863.
Maddy Durkin won the Womenís B Division race stopping the clock in 20:26.173, Christina DaCosta was second in 20:56.250 and Diana White finished third with a time of 21:10.35.
The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists that the Bermuda Bicycle Association will be holding a Criterium race on Sunday October 8th between the hours of 8.00am and 11.45am at Southside Roads, St. Davidís.
The Bicycle race route is as follows:
Start on Southside Road heading east until the reaching the roundabout at the junction of Pepper Hall Road, taking a left turn and continuing north, a left turn onto Tommy Fox Road and then another left back onto Southside Road until reaching race start & finish line.
On the race route only, between the hours of 8.00am and 11.45am the speed limit will be raised to 75km/hr to accommodate the speeds of the cyclists.
It is proposed to close the roads during this race but allow access for emergency vehicles and business owners under the direction of Police, Race officialsí and Marshals. Motorists are advised to use caution and to give priority to cyclists. Motorists are also advised to follow directions given by the Police and Race Officials.
There will be parking restrictions in place during the bicycle race, and motorists are permitted to park in designated parking bays along the race route. Motorists are requested to show consideration for the participants by not impeding them or blocking the race route.
The Ministry of Public Works takes this opportunity to thank the public for their cooperation.
Thursday, October 05, 2017
BBA Mountain Bike Season Schedule Released
The 2017/18 Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Mountain Bike Race Series season has been announced.
The Classes include - Male A/B/Veteran/Novice, Female A/B/Veteran/Novice (Veteran: over 40 as of December 31st, 2017), 13-15 Male/Female and 12 and under Male/Female.
Points Series winner will be the rider with the highest number of accumulated points from their 7 best races in the series.
A rider may change classes once during the season provided they have not ridden more than one race in the original class. No points will be carried over. The rider will need to give a minimum of 24 hoursí notice in writing to the organizers notifying them of a class change.
Race Dates and Locations:
12th November 2017: Race 1 - Arboretum
26th November 2017: Race 2 - Casemates
10th December 2017: Race 3 - Lagoon Park
7th January 2017: Race 4 - Admiralty House
21st January 2018: Race 5 - Ferry Reach Park
4th February 2018: Race 6 - Fort Scaur
18th February 2018: Race 7 - Southlands
4th March 2018: Race 8 - Ferry Reach Park
11th March 2018: Race 9 - Hog Bay Park
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Bermuda Police Gymkhana 2017
The 2017 Bermuda Police Week which is celebrating 138 years of Policing in Bermuda, kicked off with the Gymkhana at the Police Field.
Children and adults alike took part in various races, the day even saw heads of state competing.
The day was full of activities such as sprint races, endurance races, wheelie races just to name a few.