Arizona Senior Olympics Wrap-Up

Thanks to the crack WMRC Volunteer Team of Bill and Ann Peschka, Ric and Sue Surber, Dave Lehnen, Robin Roberts, Mike Parrish, Eddie McKee, Sid Ogino, Bill and Cheryl Heob, Chuck Higgins, Brother Christophe and Brother-in-Law Kit, WMRC once again showed their volunteer spirit over the weekend as they presented the Arizona Bicycle Senior Olympics.

2011 Valley of the Sun Stage Race

19th Annual John Earley Memorial

Valley of the Sun Stage Race 

February 11 - 13, 2011

     Landis Cyclery - Trek Time Trial
     Jorden, Bischoff & Hiser Road Race
     Safeco Insurance
 - Parrish Agency Criterium 

     $10,000 Cash Purse + 
      $2,300 Cash Primes

The Valley of the Sun bike race is a three-day event in which professional and amateur road racing cyclists of different categories compete for cash and prizes.  A stage is held each day consisting of a time trial, a road race and a criterium.

There are over 900 participants in 15 categories of professional and amateur riders, both men and women, ages 10 to over 60. The cyclists that have the lowest cumulative time from the three stages will win in their respective categories. 

Click here to view Race Photography by Zazoosh

Click here for the final GC RESULTS

Nick Schreiber to Taiwan


Nick has been invited to participate in

The 2010 Cycling Tour de Formosa
tournament of the Deaf in Taiwan
29 October – 7 November, 2010
Nick won this race in 2008 and looks to repeat his performance. 
You can follow this race at:
Good Luck Nick!





Thomas Jondall


My name is Thomas Jondall, I'm 18 years old and I race for Landis/Trek White Mountain Road Club. I've recently been selected to race in Europe with the US Junior National Team. The team will be racing some Kermesses in Belgium and then go to Italy for the Giro della Lunigiana UCI 2.1 and Giro di Basilicata UCI 2.1. It has been an exciting year for me and I’m looking forward to this new challenge.
After a lot of racing in AZ this spring I took part in the USA Cycling Regional Camp in Flagstaff AZ.  I had a very good camp and in the end I was the #1 rider. Because of this result and a 3rd place at the U.S Junior National Time Trial Championship, I was selected to race with the U.S National team in the six-stage Tour de l'Abitibi in Canada. There I was able to help my teammate pick up the best young rider and sprint jerseys. Along with helping him I was the highest-placed rider for the US team in the overall classification in 6th place. Based on my teamwork and result at the Tour de l'Abitibi was invited on this European project.
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