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Canadian Worlds Riders Derek Gee and Ruby West Get PEZ’d!

Canadians from Ottawa have made their presence felt at the WorldTour this year, with Mike Woods' impressive stage win at the Tour and the breakthrough of Derek Gee at the Giro. Derek came second on four stages, second in the mountains and the sprints and awarded the Most Combative Rider. Ruby West is at the Worlds on the track.

Jackson Earns Second Maple Leaf Jersey at Canadian Road Championships

The Canadian Road Championships concluded on Sunday after three days of racing with the road events for para-cycling, Junior men and Elite women’s categories. Alison Jackson (Liv Racing) repeated as the Elite women’s champion after winning the time trial on Friday, confirming she is one of Canada’s top road athletes and a force to be reckoned with on the world stage.

PEZ at the Movies: Marinoni – The Fire in the Frame

Giuseppe Marinoni, a seminal figure in Canadian cyclesports, is still out on his bicycle but disappointed that he has to ride alone, due to Covid-19. Most people 82 years of age would be happy to ride at all but Marinoni, the subject of a charming 2014 documentary, put in 8,000 kms in 2019 and still has big plans.

Rally’s Canadian Ryan Anderson Bids Farewell

After eight seasons with the Rally Cycling team spread across a 13-year career, Ryan Anderson is stepping away from road racing. The likable Canadian was with Kelly Benefit Strategies/Medifast, Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies and was a vital cog in Rally Cycling's European expansion. In his final interview, we roll back the tape on his career.