How the Ride To Conquer Cancer made me love the bike

February 2nd, 2017 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Profile, Spotlight, Video | No Comments »

Kate Siena, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2013, attributes much of her recovery to her newfound love of cycling

Ruby West makes juggling cyclocross, track, road and school look easy

March 31st, 2016 by Philippe Tremblay | Posted in Feature, News, Profile, Spotlight | No Comments »

The 17 year old balances training in three cycling disciples and Grade 11 studies.

Maghalie Rochette discusses her winter training: “I really don’t mind riding inside on the trainer”

December 21st, 2015 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Feature, News, Profile | No Comments »

The rising star in the Canadian cyclocross and mountain bike scenes talks about how she stays in top form during the colder months, both indoors and out.

Evan McNeely on the Canada Cup, the Rio 2016 Olympics and his crusade against knee warmers

November 28th, 2015 by Matthew Pioro | Posted in Feature, News, Profile | No Comments »

Evan McNeely doesn’t like knee warmers. In September 2014, he posted a photo of the gap of skin between socks and knee warmers on Twitter with the line, “This is why I don’t understand knee warmers.”

Dufflet Rosenberg’s chocolate hazelnut mascarpone torte with raspberries

December 24th, 2014 by Matthew Pioro | Posted in Feature, Profile, Recipes | No Comments »

The recipe by Rosenberg is a bit of an indulgence for the holiday season. “Assembly is the trickiest part,” she says. “All the components are fairly simple: the filling is simple; the glaze is simple. The difficulty comes when you put it together. Try to make sure it’s not lopsided and that you chill it so the glaze goes on evenly. But, in the end, you’re going to eat it, so what’s most important is how it tastes.”

Matteo Dal-Cin’s unconventional road to nationals

June 26th, 2014 by Charles Bryer | Posted in News, Profile | No Comments »

The 2013 Canada Summer Games gold medallist is perhaps one of the most nonchalant Canadian racers around. “I’m registered for an architectural technician program for next fall and did a fire fighting program. So […]

Ryan Roth heading to nationals with confidence after a consistent spring

June 25th, 2014 by Charles Bryer | Posted in News, Profile | No Comments »

The annual re-shuffling, or cycling’s version of musical chairs, continues to plague the sport at professional level. There isn’t a system in place that can protect accomplished riders when sponsors seem to arbitrarily pull […]

After many struggles, Jordan Cheyne looks ahead to the Tour de Beauce

June 11th, 2014 by Charles Bryer | Posted in News, Profile | No Comments »

“I was shirtless, balancing my computer on a towel on the way to the shower. That was when I found out that I had achieved the biggest result of my career,” said Jordan Cheyne. […]

Owner eyes Canada as the new base for U.S. Team SmartStop

May 30th, 2014 by Matthew Pioro | Posted in Feature, News, Profile | No Comments »

On Monday, hours before two team SmartStop riders took first and second in the U.S. national road championships, the Team owner Jamie Bennett was having a coffee on a patio in Toronto. He’s frequently […]

Murdoch Mysteries star Yannick Bisson sends it

April 6th, 2014 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Profile | No Comments »

For Yannick Bisson, whose first crash—into a brick wall—came when he was only three years old, spills are inevitable, especially when you were born to ride. “I ride as many precious minutes as I can fit in,” said the 45-yearold star of the popular CBC series Murdoch Mysteries. “I’ve even given up playing golf because I would rather ride for two hours than spend five hours playing badly.”