Suzanne Hurding

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Kathleen MacEwen

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Enrico Traini

Enrico first got involved with cycling by racing through the mud of Ontario’s cross country courses when he was 16. Through his teenage years he raced mountain, downhill, dual slalom, and cross country before finally settling on road, and then later track, as his real focus.

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Enrico first got involved with cycling by racing through the mud of Ontario’s cross country courses when he was 16. Through his teenage years he raced mountain, downhill, dual slalom, and cross country before finally settling on road, and then later track, as his real focus.

In his early twenties he moved to BC to train with Pac-Sport, riding with some of Canada’s top international cyclists. He has raced all over the world as well as in some of the dimmest and dankest parts of Canada and the US. He now runs his own construction company, Peloton Contracting, that focusses on high end projects in Toronto.

Peloton takes the cohesive competitiveness as its core philosophy. Rico has his level two road and track coaching license and has assisted and sponsored Jet Fuel Cycling, the longest running professional team in the country, for the past several years. He continues to be deeply involved in Ontario’s cycling community, riding in fondos, sponsoring riding clubs, and intermittently threatening to return to racing.

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Chris Reid

Chris Reid is running for a position on the Ontario Cycling Association having spent the last four years as a Director at Large at Cycling Canada. While with Cycling Canada Chris worked to establish the Cycling Canada Hall of Fame and was its inaugural Chair.

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Chris Reid is running for a position on the Ontario Cycling Association having spent the last four years as a Director at Large at Cycling Canada. While with Cycling Canada Chris worked to establish the Cycling Canada Hall of Fame and was its inaugural Chair.

Chris has spent a lifetime in cycling, starting out as a kid racing Ontario Cup mountain bike and cyclocross events before branching out to road and track and continuing on in the sport as a volunteer. Racing took him out West for the better part of a decade before he moved back to Ottawa Ontario to work for the Federal Government. In his 8 years in government Chris has worked as a Senior Policy Analyst on files ranging from the energy sector, forestry, environmental governance and stakeholder engagement.

Having recently moved to Milton for his wife Jenny Trew’s job as the Women’s NextGen Endurance Track Coach, Chris is hoping to use his proximity to the OCA offices to be a voice for the Ottawa cycling community on the OCA board.

Chris has worked extensively in the Ottawa community to help grow cycling. He has been one of the driving forces behind the hugely successful Cyclery-4iiiis program, which has produced 6 national tittles, 4 Canada Games medals and graduated three riders to UCI Women’s Teams over the last 5 years. Additionally he has helped to coach the Ottawa Bicycle Club’s Youth Cyclocross program and organised the annual National Capital Cycling Celebration, an event that raises funds to support up and coming local area racers.

Chris has a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Simon Fraser University, writing a thesis that examined how host communities of Winter Olympics can better plan their infrastructure to have lasting legacy benefits for the host communities – a topic that is of extreme relevance to Ontario with the opening of the world class Mattamy Homes Velodrome.

Chris’ priorities for developing the sport of cycling within Ontario include: better integrating the National Capital Region with provincial programing, fostering opportunities for women road racers, and growing overall membership while creating mechanisms to recruit and expose youth to a variety of cycling disciplines.

 

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Andrew Lees

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Pauline Beaupre

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Scott Elliott

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