Saturday, March 22, 2008

North Coast Race Results & Tour of East Taiwan Sign-up

Craig Johns recently sent out some links from the North Coast Race and some details on the Tour of East Taiwan:

Here is the bikeman brief article with Barry Sullivan Headlining

Here is the Bikeman photo link

Here is Peter B photo link

Entry details for the 2007 Tour of East Taiwan are still not available, but if you havent done so already and are keen to go to the April 26-27th event please drop me a line so we can get an estimate on numbers for accommodation and other logistics. Already informed me:

Bill Bryson
Marcus Woo
Bill Farrell
Carl Wegner
Dave Pacey
Steve Young

Main Race
Adam Glendenning
Greg Svarc
Jim Hadden
Kaight Forgie
Leon Maggio
Amanda Shuman ?
Anthony Sinyard
Leon Maggio

Get out and ride while the sun is shining


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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Future of the Yangmingshan Cycling Club Blog

Hello cycling friends-

Congratulations on the racing this weekend- sounds like a great time was had by all. Does anyone have a full race report? I wish I could have been there...

In the past two years, we have tracked the spring racing scene and more on the blog Past North Coast race reports can be accessed by going back to March 2006 and March 2007 posts. When I departed Taiwan this past summer, Dave took over the maintenance of the blog. With Dave's passing, I am the only one with administrative access. Anyone can post to the blog by sending an email to @, but it is probably a good idea to have an administrator overseeing the site in case spammers start posting. It is an easy task to change the email address that allows posting.

If you are interested in taking over this blog, please let me know, and I will give you the administrative login information. I am happy to be the distance administrator if no one wants to step forward- I can post race reports and the like that are emailed to me and watch out for spammers- but if no one steps forward, perhaps this blog should end. Craig Johns is doing an excellent job maintaining the blog/site This may be sufficient for the needs of the expat cycling community.

I am open to suggestions.



(in Maine, USA)