Young racer continues climb to the top

News Aug 25, 2010 Ancaster News

Nick Jones, 14, continues to experience success in the Ontario Cup Mountain Bike Race Series.

On July 11 he finished third in Race 5 at the Buckwallow Mountain Bike Centre in Gravenhurst. This was a fast, very technical and rocky course.

Most recently, on Aug. 8., Nick claimed second place in Race 6 at the Kelso Conservation Area in Milton.

Kelso was an extremely difficult race with two long, brutal climbs up the Niagara Escarpment.

Nick now heads to Uxbridge for the Ontario championships — the last race of the seven-race series. He sits in third place overall in the Minime –Male category for 13-and 14-year-olds. Nick is five points out of second place.

He is a member of the Dundas Blues Bantam Rep hockey team and will attend Ancaster High School in Grade 9 this fall.

Young racer continues climb to the top

News Aug 25, 2010 Ancaster News

Nick Jones, 14, continues to experience success in the Ontario Cup Mountain Bike Race Series.

On July 11 he finished third in Race 5 at the Buckwallow Mountain Bike Centre in Gravenhurst. This was a fast, very technical and rocky course.

Most recently, on Aug. 8., Nick claimed second place in Race 6 at the Kelso Conservation Area in Milton.

Kelso was an extremely difficult race with two long, brutal climbs up the Niagara Escarpment.

Nick now heads to Uxbridge for the Ontario championships — the last race of the seven-race series. He sits in third place overall in the Minime –Male category for 13-and 14-year-olds. Nick is five points out of second place.

He is a member of the Dundas Blues Bantam Rep hockey team and will attend Ancaster High School in Grade 9 this fall.

Young racer continues climb to the top

News Aug 25, 2010 Ancaster News

Nick Jones, 14, continues to experience success in the Ontario Cup Mountain Bike Race Series.

On July 11 he finished third in Race 5 at the Buckwallow Mountain Bike Centre in Gravenhurst. This was a fast, very technical and rocky course.

Most recently, on Aug. 8., Nick claimed second place in Race 6 at the Kelso Conservation Area in Milton.

Kelso was an extremely difficult race with two long, brutal climbs up the Niagara Escarpment.

Nick now heads to Uxbridge for the Ontario championships — the last race of the seven-race series. He sits in third place overall in the Minime –Male category for 13-and 14-year-olds. Nick is five points out of second place.

He is a member of the Dundas Blues Bantam Rep hockey team and will attend Ancaster High School in Grade 9 this fall.