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RACE SCHEDULE

Posted: April 11, 2011 by Trowel in announcements, events
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Here’s the link for some races happening in the Philippines and some parts of the world.

https://philcycling.wordpress.com/race-schedule/

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ATTN: ALL CLUB MEMBERS

Posted: November 30, 2010 by Trowel in announcements, races
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ALL CYCLING CLUB MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE REVALIDATION OF THIER 2011 PHILCYCLINGMEMBERSHIP.  REVALIDATION ARE FREE OF CHARGE (Old members only). for New Member, membership fee is 1,000.00 covering the 4 years membership .
Participating cyclist for this event must be a member of any afilliate Cycling Clubs.
NO ENTRY FEE ! ! !       Elite and Junior

send your entry via email : send to jose.villajr@yahoo.com.ph
PHILCYCLING NATIONAL OPEN
ROAD CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP
ELITE   and    YOUTH  (ages 17 to 18 next year)
ROAD CYCLING NATIONAL CHAMPION  title will be determine after winning the first  two  events   MASS START  and  ITT
Race schedule:  December  6, 7,  8,  2010
Program:
December 6, 2010
Arrival of participants, Registration, Distribution of race numbers,
distribution of Cycling Clubs membership forms for 2011 renewal,
December 7, 2010 . . .    MASS  START  160 km –  YOUTH  80 km
Route :    Tagaytay,Batulao, Tuy, Balayan,
Lian, Nasugbu, Batulao,Tagaytay
December 8, 2010   . . .    ITT   45 Km
Venue : Tagaytay City Race start :   8:00 AM
NO ONSITE  REGISTRATION  December 7, 2010
In commitment to the PHILIPPINE CYCLING COMMUNITY,  the Philcycling President  Mayor, ABRAHAM TOLENTINO   once again organized a cycling event to give chances  the Pilipino rider to have thier UCI / PHILCYCLING Points for  the 2011 cycling events,
and the chances for the YOUTH cyclist to participate in the 2011 YOUTH International Cycling Competition, UCI event.
Qualified ELITE cyclist with points will be issued UCI / PHILCYCLING  card and  more chances to participate for  the upcoming  Philippine 2011 MAJOR CYCLING EVENTS,  LE TOUR de FILIPINAS International UCI sanction event , on April 16, 2011. , and other local major cycling tour sanction by Philcycling.
Qualified cyclist are based subject from the individual Time of Arrival
( MASS START- ITT )
First 4 Qualified Youth cyclist =  with ages 17-18 next year will be endorse for the National pool. in preparation for the 2011 YOUTH Cycling Championship.
National  Champion  ROAD CYCLING = will be endorsed to include in the National pool to participate in upcomingUCI  Road Cycling  Championship in February 2011, and the SEA GAMES 2011. (ROAD EVENT)
for inquiry please contact : JOJO VILLA  Executive Director
globe mobile # 09173474111 smart #09993480111

 

SWISS BIKE TROPHY

Posted: April 22, 2010 by Trowel in races
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Davadilla captures Koten-PCSO cycling title

Posted: March 30, 2010 by Trowel in races
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MANILA, Philippines – Two-time Tour of Luzon champion Warren Davadilla became the inaugural champion of the Koten-Philippine Charity Sweepstakes (PCSO) Summer Cycling Classic after emerging triumphant at the Cabanatuan City finish line on Sunday.

The 35-year-old Davadilla bested his younger counterparts as well as his close friend Baler Ravina, who ruled the event’s Tagaytay-to-Marikina Stage 1 on Saturday.

click that for full story by ABS-CBN

PHILCYCLING’S MTB ON MARCH 25-26, 2010

Posted: March 23, 2010 by Trowel in announcements, races
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To all MOUNTAIN BIKERS :

PHILCYCLING TRIAL RUNS FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE, CROSS COUNTRY AND DOWN HILL, WILL BE HELD IN BARANGAY BAGONG TUBIG, TAGAYTAY CITY, ON MARCH 25-26, 2010.

FOUR (4) TOP CROSS COUNTRY RIDERS and TWO (2) DOWN HILL RIDERS WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE NATIONAL TEAM.

For any details please contact MTB COACH ARJONA SAULO. 09275981358

ROAD CYCLISTs FOR THE NATIONAL POOL

Posted: February 17, 2010 by Trowel in announcements, news items, races
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ROAD CYCLIST FOR THE NATIONAL POOL

1. VALENZUELA, Irish
2. RAVINA, Baler
3. CARERA , Sherwin
4. MARTINEZ, Tomas
5. SEMBRANO, Renato
6. GUEVARRA, Jhon Mark

JUNIOR CYCLIST FOR THE NATIONAL POOL

1. OCONER, George
2. LIM, Rustom
3. MIER, John Renee
4. FORTEM, Jefrey
5. HIPOLITO, Dino
6. AQUINO, Jerry jr.

SOME 100 riders are expected to see action in the coming 2009 Mayor Rody Duterte “Bisiklita Ta Bai sa Shrine” this December 20.
The cycling event which will have the team and individual categories will have its assembly point in front of Jaltan Food Centrum located along Magallanes Street starting at 8 a.m.
PhilCycling-Davao, organizers of the event bared yesterday that the first 30 registrants will get a signature Vice Mayor Inday Sara Duterte t-shirt.

The race which wil have a rolling start will have four laps in which cash prizes will be up for grabs for the winners.
The champion team will get P6,000 while the second to fifth will receive P4,000, P3,000, P2,000 and P,1000, respectively. For the individual class, the champion will have P3,000 while the second to third will get P2,000 and P1,000, in that order.
Written by: Develos III , Jon O. Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Obosa Tops Tour of Luzon

Posted: December 2, 2009 by Trowel in races, records
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SCHEDULE OF RACES update

Posted: November 25, 2009 by Trowel in announcements
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Dates Remarks
2009
July 20 UCI BMX convention at Wayville. South Australia
August 14 ACC management committee meeting in Indonesia
August 15-17 Asian Cycling Championship at Indonesia (Elite)
August 18-20 Asian Cycling Championships at Indonesia (Junior)
Sept. 1-6 Canberra, Australia MTB
Sept. 23-27 Junior Team 16th Mazandaran Tour (Iran)
October 9-10 BMX World at Frejus France, deadline of registration is October 2
Oct . 5-10 Milad de Nour (Iran)
Oct. 10-11 ACC Track Asia Cup Thailand Round
Oct. 15-20 Azerbaijan Tour, Iran, 5 riders and 3 officials
Oct 16-18 International Downhill Championship, Mt. Pinang West Java, Indonesia
Oct. 30-31 BMX Championship, Hongkong, see other posts for details
Nov. 5-8 15th Asian MTB Championships and 1st Jr Asian MTB Championship, Melaka, Malaysia
Nov. 19-21 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics; Melbourne, Australia
YEAR 2010
February 5-6, 2nd Tour of Geroskipou cyprus(International Road Race)
April 8-11, with 21 days inclusive PADYAK PINOY, TOUR NG PILIPINAS (International Race)
July 26-31 UCI BMX Petermaritzburg, South Africa
Sept. 29 to October 1 Asian MTB at Jecheon City, South Korea, Elite & Junior , Cross Country and Downhill  email: cycling@sports.or.kr
Sept. 29 to October 3 UCI Road World Championships, Melbourne, Australia
October 1 to 2 Asian BMX Championships  Jecheon City, South Korea , Elite and Junior
November 13 to 17 16th Asian Games, Guangzhou, China ;  Cycling/Track Event; Sprint, pursuit, Keirin, Point, Team
Nov. 18 16th Asian Games, MTB Dafushan Mountain;  Cross country
Nov. 19 16th Asian Games;  BMX at Guangzhou Velodrome;  wooden indoor
Nov. 20-23 Road,  Triathlon Venue; time trial

Asian Cycling Championship Results

Posted: August 27, 2009 by Trowel in news items, records
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FILIPINO cyclists struggled and eventually paled in comparison with their better-honed foes in the recent 29th Asian Cycling Championships and 16th Asian Juniors Cycling Championships in Tenggarong and Samarinda in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

But the Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philippines—or PhilCycling—that is recognized by the Union Cycliste Internationale has nothing to be disappointed about.

“We expected our athletes not to perform strongly in these championships,” said PhilCycling president Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino. “Our cyclists were not fully prepared and fully-trained for the competition as compared to their Asian counterparts.”

The stalemate as to who the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) would recognize, Tolentino or Mikee Romero, has dragged Philippine cycling down since January—this despite the fact that the UCI has reiterated its recognition of Tolentino as the rightful national federation president.

Also, the PhilCycling, which delivered four gold medals in the Nakhon Ratchsima Southeast Asian Games in 2007 to the RP coffers—second best for the country to swimming’s eight—was marred by a “revolt” by a small group of cyclists who were dropped from the national team because of age and deteriorated skills, did not contribute any to the sport’s progress in the country in 2008.

Ironically, like all other national sports associations, the Asian championships have been transformed into a gauge as to how the country would fare in this December’s SEA Games in Laos.

Tolentino added: “The Filipino cyclists’ participation in these championships only shows the UCI and its continental arm, the Asian Cycling Confederation, continues to put premium on Philippine cycling through the PhilCycling.”

Veteran Baby Marites Bitbit placed ninth and Annaliza Dysangco 14th in a field of 40 in the women’s 20.7-km individual time trial which saw riders from China, Taipei and Kazakhstan finishing 1-2-3.

George Oconer and John Renee Mier were 16th and 22nd, respectively, among 49 riders in the 20.8-km junior boys ITT.

Earlier in the championships, Lloyd Lucien Reynante and John Marc Guevarra checked in 22nd and 29th in the 54-cyclist men’s 41.98-km ITT. Norberto Oconer coached the team.

by Jun Lomibao