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   :: from Constable Quinn JacquesDec 28, 2000
Calgary Police Service Mountain Bike Unit Calgary Police Service Mountain Bike Unit
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   :: from Dave FlemingDec 21, 2000
Pinkbike Photo of the year nominations! Pinkbike Photo of the year nominations!
Nominate your favorite picture for the PinkBike Photo of the year from the http://www.pinkbie.com/photo/ Send your five favorite "pbpic" numbers to dave_fleming@tescocorp.com. We will select one nominated picture for photo of the year based on style and quality. The winner will be announced on January 21, 2001 at Canada Olympic Park, where we will present the "PinkBike Photo of the Year" Award. E-mail your nominations by January 16, 2001. Feel free to tell a story or give some background information about your nominated pictures, or even a suitable caption. Example: "I would like to nominate pbpic1435. This is my cheese eating friend Danny crapping his pants in the beautiful backwoods of Alberta"
   :: from StacyDec 15, 2000
Vote for Jay! Vote for Jay!

...here's the latest developments... Mountain Bike Magazine is now asking visitors to it's website to Vote for their favorite cover photograph for their March 2001 cover photograph.
Canmore Kona Clump Member Jay Christianson has made the finals and is shown riding in Canmore.

Go to the website and at the top of that page there is a OLD LINK section. I have attached the cover for your viewing.
thanks for your continued support.

Note: I was a little confused when I went there to vote. The first two covers they show you are different than the one above. There is actually 3 covers you get to vote between, so you actually vote 3 times. Just pick one in the first vote and then you'll see the one above in the next set.

   :: from mentalDec 1, 2000
Bike Test - Foes DHS Tube Bike Test - Foes DHS Tube
I had the fortunate opportunity to demo a Foes DHS this past weekend courtesy of James at Nouvelle Cycle.
Upon seeing this bike on the showroom floor, my first impression was this bike is a work of art! From the flawless paint, to the perfect welds, the formed seatmast, the polished monocoque rear triangle, and the many wrap-around gussets, this bike is a thing of beauty. Everyone can appreciate its beauty, but how does it ride?
 
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