Check out all their products at were here again, its been another busy year for Imperial Racing throughout the Summer in MTB and on the road and then headlong into the cross season.
That can only mean one thing - its time for us to stand on the other side of the barriers and hand out the numbers for this years winter series.
Were rightly proud of what we have developed particularly the 4th cat races and continuing to support the womens events when numbers were low.
Its has also provided the platform for sponsors to raise their profile for new products and emerging services: but in most cases its just because they love the sport!
This year this is won by Rupert Graham (Sigma Sport) who started as a 4th cat winning both his first two races and then riding strongly in the e123, culminating in a fine solo win in the last round.
Finally but definitely not least Lucy and Rich are indebted to our team of helpers who make these events possible: All les filles at Les Filles RT for helping at sign on Doug in the judges hut Michael ensuring the results are captured Alan helping the race run smoothly All the marshalls who have braved the cold Sally for first aiding Our various photographers for capturing the best images The Commissaires who have ensured fair play Were not completely disappearing and have a number of ideas for the future so hopefully see you around!
Ryders Eyewear were founded over 30 years ago when, soon after winning the inaugural Canadian Mountain Bike championships, a young Brent Martin set out to create performance glasses and goggles which would resist the most arduous conditions.
Rooted in the damp North Shore Vancouver mountains provided the ideal environment to test products to meet Ryders goal both then and now to provide high quality, performance eyewear using the latest materials and technology.
Weve thought long and hard and believe that its time to handover to someone new who will bring fresh ideas and make it different if not necessarily better!
So back to this year our sponsors have provided some great prizes across the board, particularly Ryders Eyewear ( the Canadian company which put up a pair of their excellent glasses for any rider moving up a category.