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Trek Red-Truck p/b Mosaic Homes all set for BC Superweek

Trek Red Truck Racing Team (TRT) is excited to announce its men’s and women’s team for Canada’s biggest cycling series – BC Superweek (July 8-17) at races in Delta, Burnaby, White Rock and the Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix in historic Gastown, Vancouver.

Last year, TRT raced their way to some outstanding results during BC Superweek, including Denise Ramsden lapping the field and taking top spot and the prize money in the prestigious Gastown Grand Prix. The women’s 2016 team includes: Canadian Olympian Denise Ramsden; stalwart and co-captain Leah Guloien; national junior champion Gillian Ellsay; and Sara Bergen, who is turning heads this season with her riding.

On the men’s side, TRT is led by veteran and former Canadian cyclocross champion & pro Craig Richey and Cyclocross National U23 champion Michael van den Ham. Dylan Davies and Kyle Buckosky both have also brought impressive performances and will be looking for strong results.

“BC Superweek, right in our own backyard, is when and where we want to shine and show our stuff,” says Team Director Steve Engh. “It’s a fantastic week and it gives us a chance to see how we measure up against some of North America’s top cycling talent. We are so grateful to sponsors such as Allstream, Global Relay and the other BC Superweek sponsors for their commitment to making this week happen.”

Men’s team:

Craig Richey (Smithers, BC)
Dylan Davies (Vancouver, BC)
Michael van den Ham (Edmonton, AB)
Geordie Morrison (Victoria, BC)
Kyle Buckosky (Surrey, BC)
Brendan Armstrong (Vancouver. Province)
Christian Knapton (North Vancouver, BC)
Ty Andrews (Calgary, Alb)

Women’s team:

Denise Ramsden (Vancouver, BC)
Sara Bergen (Vancouver, BC)
Kinley Gibson (Edmonton, AB)
Suzanne Hamilton (Calgary, AB)
Leah Guloein (Port Moody, BC)
Gillian Ellsay (Courtenay, BC)
Anna Talman (Calgary,AB)
Gabbie Traxler (Calgary, AB)

TRT is Western Canada’s longest running racing team and has been going strong for 22 seasons. There is a special historic connection between TRT and BC Superweek and its prestigious events.

About Trek Red Truck Racing

One of Canada’s longest running teams, now entering its 22nd season, the Trek Red Truck Team is committed to developing young cyclists to reach their fullest potential both on and off the bike. Through sponsors and a network of friends, TRT provides an environment of support, including scholarship opportunities for young athletes so they can compete at the highest level while maintaining their educational pursuits. For more information, visit:

Sponsors and Supporters of Trek Red Truck Racing

Red Truck Beer, Deans Knight Capital Management, Trek Bikes, Barney and Oscar Films,, Mosaic Homes, Clif, Phillips, Hager & North, Haywood Securities, Avison Young, Robinson Lighting, Allstream, Easton Cycling, Evident Capital, Fort Capital, Fulcra Asset Management, Louis Garneau, lululemon athletica, Cycles Lambert, Tacx, Fetimans, Paliare Roland Barristers, Maple Ridge Hyundai, Harbour Air Seaplanes, Atiga Investments, MartinRea, Hemlock Printing, Resync, Oakley, Le Crocodile, Headwaters Projects, Bicycle Sports Pacific, Koffman Kalef, Rack Attack, Cactus Club Café, Trek Pro City Racing, Allan McGavin Sports Medicine, Brian Green Photography, GoGear, Eustress Marketing Coaching.

Trek Red Truck leading out the Elite women's field in the 2016 Accenture BC Road Championships race
Craig Richey and Dylan Davies start the Elite Men's race at the 2016 Accenture BC Road Championships
Leah Guloein at the 2016 Accenture BC Road Championships
Sarah Bergen going for the win at the 2016 Accenture BC Road Championships