Crankworx seeking volunteers 

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Kids aged 5 to 10 will practice from 9:30 a.m. to noon, while kids 11 and up will practice from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

To register visit


Still time to register for Squamish Tri

There is still time and space to register for Squamish Triathlon, which turns 11 this year. It’s an Olympic distance event with a 1,500 metre swim, a 37 km ride and a 10 km trail run at the finish, and takes place on Sunday, July 13.

Participants can race as individuals or as part of a three-person relay team. The swim takes place in Alice Lake, followed by a bike course around Don Ross Secondary in Brackendale, followed by a run through the adjoining Cheekeye Fan Trail.

For more information or registration, visit


Recycle Bicycle tune up event looking for tuners

Recycle Bicycle is a Squamish-based non-profit that takes donated bikes, fixes them, and donates them to people who need them. More than 50 bikes have already been donated to the program, and 15 bikes have been passed on to others.

This Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at PacWest, Recycle Bicycle organizers are hosting a tuning event. Most bikes are only in need of minor repairs and tuning, and anyone with bike tuning skills is invited to help out.

Supporters of the program include the Test of Metal, SORCA, InBiz, What’s On Squamish, Republic Bikes, Corsa Cycles, Tantalus Bike Shop, and others.


Luge association hosting Whistler camp

The Canadian Luge Association is hosting a series of recruitment camps in Whistler, taking place on Sunday, July 6, July 20 and Aug. 24.

Athletes will receive an introduction to the sport and equipment, gain experience on a wheeled luge, and learn the mechanics of the sport with Olympian Mike Lane. Promising campers aged 10-14 will be invited to subsequent camps, and could have a chance at riding an actual luge. A registration fee of $25 is required.

The July 6 camp takes place from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. To register, or for more information, contact Nicole Simon at 604-964-2478.


Ryder steps up to the tour

Ryder Hesjedal is a well known in Whistler as a past winner of mountain bike races like the Cheakamus Challenge and Test of Metal, but in recent years the Victoria resident has staked his claims on the road. He has been racing extensively in Europe, and this summer will get a chance to race in the Tour de France with Team Garmin-Chipotle. Hesjedal and Michael Barry, originally from Toronto and now on Team Columbia, will be the first Canadians to ride the tour since Gord Fraser in 1997.

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