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Giant Reign 1 Full Suspension 20
Shop: family-loan-center
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Vilano Ridge 1.0 Mountain Bike MTB 21 Speed with Disc Brakes
Shop: RoadBikeOutlet
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MOTOBECANE 500 HT HARDTAIL SHIMANO DEORE MOUNTAIN BIKE FRONT SUSPENSION
Shop: SPRTYMAMA BIKE SHOP
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Mercier Galaxy AL 62cm Black Road Bike 700C Wide Tire Frame And Fork
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Scott Speedster 20 50cm Road Bike Shimano 105
$250.00
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Turning the Wheels in Support of Survival

Cochrane cyclist, John Clubb, put his pedal to the metal for six long days in support of an amazing cause.

Travelling 600 kilometres in total, Clubb was the only Cochrane rider out of the 19-21 riders who hit the pavement for this year’s Cancervive Ride in support of Alberta Wellspring Centres.

Motivated by his own survival story, Clubb rode through wind, rain, mud, and cold temperatures as he tackled many hills through Southern Alberta and the Canadian Rockies pedalling anywhere between 80 to 160 kilometres a day, over the six-day period.

Turning the Wheels in Support of Survival

Part of the Cancervive family since 2015, it was John’s diagnosis of prostate cancer which got him involved. Competing in numerous Iron Man competitions as well as the Boston Marathon, Clubb doesn’t take life for advantage. We caught up with Clubb on day two (September 12) as he rode over 160 km from Canmore to Radium through wind and rain.

While Clubb was going to participate in Cancervive last year, his hectic racing schedule kept him tied up. Riding from Calgary to Edmonton in his last Cancervive experience, he shares it was a great ride. “It’s different from racing because you’ve got so many different levels and everyone is so supportive of each other. Everyone finds their own pace and you support each other just to get through the day.”

Although Clubb went through his own diagnosis he shares he never accessed Wellspring services but wishes he had. “I look back when I was diagnosed and it was like a hammer smashing you on the head, you sometimes don’t know where to go. The doctors don’t always have time to support you and you can end up being a little lost, so I see a lot of benefit for people who can go in and get that type of support. I had a friend that supported me but it would have been nice to sit down and have someone, not too involved, support you and that is where Wellspring comes in.”

This year’s experience is slightly different for Clubb as he pedals thinking of others who have lost the battle. Being involved as a soccer coach, Clubb says he thinks of Reiner Sattler who was a driving force in building the Cochrane Rangers Soccer Club. “I remember seeing him out late last fall as I was riding around Cochrane and I bumped into Reiner who was 82 out on his road bike, riding as good as anything. It didn’t take long for cancer to set in and take him away, so you’ve got to live while you can. Everyone is impacted by cancer, so it’s great to ride together and give back.”

Cancervive is a fully supported ride which would not be possible without the help of many volunteers. Good food, entertainment, a comfortable sleep in a hotel room and lots of support is what makes the ride unique and attractive to cyclists who range in experience. The one common thread, shares Peggy Brosens, with Wellspring, is that every rider has been touched by cancer in some way, with many being survivors themselves. While some days were cut short this year due to busy highways and adverse weather conditions, Brosens, says it was still a great year. “The ride itself was a success even given the bad weather we had. It is a great group of people, even though they were cold some days, had mud on their faces, they still had smiles because they know why they’re doing it.”

While donations were down from 2017 just due to the number of riders, currently, the fundraising totals sit around $80,000 for Calgary and $10,000 for Edmonton with anticipated final dollars for the Calgary centre coming in around $85,000.

The two Wellspring Centres in Calgary and one in Edmonton offer services and programs that support individuals who have received a cancer diagnosis as well as their caregivers and families. “Wellspring is there so no one has to face cancer alone. They can take any programs and we provide them for free. A lot of the classes are exercise based, mediation, nutrition, we also do courses on returning to work, brain fog, and we have specific programs for caregivers as well. We are just recently starting to introduce more kid-friendly classes, where families can bring younger kids under the age of 18.”

Classes are done in a group setting but individuals are able to access one on one support if need be.

Thinking you have what it takes to survive ‘Cancervive’?! Information for next year’s ride will be available early on in 2019. Cancervive route changes yearly so whether you are a first or multi-year participant, you will be challenged in a new way. For more information, go HERE .

 

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Parts and commerce: Cyclists buy, sell recycled gear at Slope bike bazaar

 

 

They wheeled and dealed!

Amateur and professional cyclists alike rolled into Park Slope on Saturday for a twice-a-year bicycle market where vendors peddled bikes and parts to pedalers hunting for bargains.

The New York Bike Jumble, which returned to Fifth Street’s Washington Park this fall following its one-day May residency in the green space, also gave city riders a way to get easy cash for usable equipment they no longer needed, according to one first-timer who strolled the grounds as a human sandwich board to advertise his second-hand saddles for sale.

“I’m just walking back and forth because I don’t want to yell — I’m not that kind of guy,” said Willie Jones, who traveled from the outer borough of the Bronx to the flea market, which he walked with a sign around his neck. “People loved the sign.”

Jones, who also came to shop, said his entrepreneurial endeavor went “very well,” netting him enough extra green to scoop up a new seat post, pair of cycling shoes, and t-shirt.

Another attendee who is working to build her own bicycle after two of hers were recently stolen praised the selection of budget-friendly spare parts, from which she pulled a bike frame perfect for her petite figure — a rare find, she said.

“I have a small frame, a lot of bikes don’t fit me,” said Kendra Brody, a cyclist of 10 years who lives in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Brody’s day at the bike fair was such a success that she’s already planning a return trip when the market comes back to the meadow next spring.

“It’s nice to be able to find more affordable stuff,” she said.

Updated 3:56 pm, September 11, 2018

 

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