Team Canada Announced for Mountain Bike Worlds

The 2019 team was one of the largest World Championship teams in Canadian History. “Racing at a home at the World Championships is always a special honour,” said Head Coach Dan Proulx. “We’re excited to race on a track that we know well – one of the most technical and demanding tracks in the world.”Continue reading “Team Canada Announced for Mountain Bike Worlds”

Haley Smith Takes First World Cup Podium in Nove Mesto

“I’ve always liked this course,” said Smith, “it’s been good to me.  It really feels like mountain biking, it’s got flow and is about being a bike rider, and that’s what I did; I just found the flow and I went for it.  I think I was 15 seconds out [of top-5] heading out onContinue reading “Haley Smith Takes First World Cup Podium in Nove Mesto”

Interview with Dan Proulx

Dan Proulx has been the Mountain Bike Head Coach for the Canadian team for almost a decade, and over that time period it has been one of Canada’s most successful high performance programs, with athletes winning world titles, World Cups, Olympic, Pan Am and Commonwealth Games medals. We sat down with Dan prior to theContinue reading “Interview with Dan Proulx”

Canada’s National Mountain Bikers Find Home at Bear Mountain

Canadian Mountain Bike Head Coach and Victoria resident Dan Proulx sees great opportunities for the National Mountain Bike Team going forward with the new Training Centre at Bear Mountain. “Bear Mountain will provide the National Team with a great opportunity to build a year-round high-performance centre that supports Canada’s future champions.” Proulx added “the weather,Continue reading “Canada’s National Mountain Bikers Find Home at Bear Mountain”

Canada’s Olympic Cycling Team – Behind the Scenes w. Dan Proulx

From Canadiancyclist.com http://www.canadiancyclist.com/cycling4women_news.php?id=24644&title=canadas-olympic-cycling-team-behind-the-scenes-w-dan-proulx Canada is sending what is probably its strongest Olympic cycling team to London since the 1996 Games in Atlanta, when Canadian cyclists won five medals.  Pretty much every member of the Canadian cycling community knows about riders such as Catharine Pendrel, Tara Whitten, Zach Bell and Ryder Hesjedal, and the broader communityContinue reading “Canada’s Olympic Cycling Team – Behind the Scenes w. Dan Proulx”