Posts From Gregory Dion

BC Superweek & Giro di Burnaby Help Inspire Next Generation of Cyclists

access_timeJuly 13, 2016

Burnaby, BC – For riders competing in BC Superweek, the motivation varies. For some, it’s a way to earn big prize money, for others, it’s

Quebec rider Joelle Numainville claims third straight Tour de Delta Title

access_timeJuly 11, 2016

Tsawwassen, BC – Laval, Quebec’s Joelle Numainville continued her dominance at the Tour de Delta Sunday as she sprinted to win the White Spot |

Former Canadian National Road Race Champion Ryan Roth wins White Spot | Delta Road Race

access_timeJuly 11, 2016

Tsawwassen, BC – Ryan Roth lists a burger, fries, and shake as his favourite food in his bio on the Silber Pro Cycling website, so

Australian Scott Law wins Tour de Delta Brenco Criterium

access_timeJuly 10, 2016

2013 Canadian National Road Race Champion Joelle Numainville wins second straight Tour de Delta race Ladner, BC – It’s more than 12,500 kilometres between Wollongong,

Elliot Doyle puts Silber Pro Cycling atop the podium at MK Delta Lands Criterium

access_timeJuly 8, 2016

For the third straight year, the familiar orange jersey of Silber Pro Cycling was atop the podium to open BC Superweek with the MK Delta Lands Criterium, but the rider wearing the jersey was different than last year and in 2014.

BC Superweek Event Leaders Receive Awards of Recognition

access_timeJuly 8, 2016

Vancouver, BC – Civic and business leaders from the five communities hosting BC Superweek races were recognized by Cycling Canada and Cycling BC on Thursday

2015 Canadian Criterium Champion Alison Jackson Returns to BC Superweek

access_timeJuly 5, 2016

White Rock, BC – Alison Jackson’s experience as a world class triathlete and cross country runner during her collegiate career has come in handy as

2016 BC Superweek Riders To Watch

access_timeJuly 4, 2016

The fastest week in Canadian cycling begins this Friday, July 8th, as BC Superweek gets underway with the Tour de Delta’s MK Delta Lands Criterium ­– the first of eight races over ten days. With $125,000 in prize money on the line and some of the top Canadian cyclists and professional American teams registered to participate, the racing figures to be fast-paced and exciting from start to finish. Below is a list of the top riders coming into BC Superweek, though if history has taught us anything, it’s to never count out top local riders. Many of them now on this list are returning pros after catching the eye of team directors at past races.