TDN Runs Loney Story

Today’s issue of the Daily News has a story about Eric Loney’s silver-medal finish at the World Masters Championships in Brazil. You can check the story online at http://tdn.com/sports/article_4eebf9ae-d025-11df-b86c-001cc4c002e0.html You can link to [Continue Reading]

ProGrt/Northwest Cup Results from Port Angeles

Al Hansen claimed the second spot in Cat 1 19-29 DH in the latest ProGrt Northwest Cup at Port Angeles on April 24-25. Hansen’s time of 2:55.61 was topped only by Eric Swanson of Santa Barbara, California, who ran a 2:54.06. Amazingly, Hansen came within a [Continue Reading]

Darrell Jamieson Second at Sea Otter

Darrell Jamieson of Project 529 and Growlers Gulch Racing finished second in both Cat 1 40-49 dual slalom and downhill at the prestigious Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California, on April 15-18. The event drew 50,000 spectators and more than 8,000 [Continue Reading]

Moon, Hansen, Jamieson Wear ’09 Fluidride Crowns

Jason Moon, Al Hansen, and Chase Jamieson are Pacific Northwest downhill champions. Check the season standings at the bottom of this page to see how all the locals fared.    [caption id="attachment_2007" align="alignright" width="533" caption="Pacific [Continue Reading]

Darrell Jamieson Wins Snowmass DH

Darrell Jamieson likes Colorado. After taking the national DH crown in July at Sol Vista, Jamieson followed that by winning the Cat 1 Masters Division at the Colorado State Downhill Championships at Snowmass on August 9th. Chase Jamieson was sixth in Cat 3 [Continue Reading]

Check Fluidride Cup Standings

The 2009 Fluidride Cup, which will determine the Pacific Northwest’s best downhill racers, moves to Port Angeles for Stage 5 on August 21-23. Stage 6 – Fluidride’s ’09 finale – will be at Mount Hood on September 26-28. Local riders [Continue Reading]

Jamiesons Win National Titles!

The father-son combination of Darrell and Chase Jamieson struck big as both won titles at the USA Cycling Mountain Bike Nationals at Granby Ranch Bike Park in Sol Vista, Colorado. Nearly 2,000 racers showed up to compete for national championships on July 18th [Continue Reading]

Loney Rails to First Pro Win

[caption id="attachment_1675" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Yeah, baby!"][/caption] All that practice he got staying in front of the hard-charging Growlers Gulch Racing crew at Mountain Bike Oregon paid off for Eric Loney. Loney picked up his first win as [Continue Reading]

Nick Hansen, Chase Jamieson Take Stage 4 Crowns

Local riders continued their strong showing at this year’s Fluidride Cup Series, with Nick Hansen and Chase Jamieson winning their classifications at Stage #4 at Mount Hood Ski Bowl on July 10th and 11th. [caption id="attachment_1490" align="alignright" [Continue Reading]

Moon, Hansen, Jamieson First at Hood

[caption id="attachment_1409" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Al Hansen"][/caption] Local riders dominated at Round Three of the Fluidride Cup Series at Mount Hood on June 26th through 28th. The course dropped riders 1,600 vertical feet in approximately [Continue Reading]

Project 529 Rides Angel Fire

It was a long trip, but Eric Loney, Darrell Jamieson and Chase Jamieson made it worthwhile. [caption id="attachment_1169" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Dude, get out of the way. Darrell closes in."][/caption] The trio – supported by Ryan Hicks and [Continue Reading]

Al Hansen First at Spring Thaw

Al Hansen decimated the opposition in the OBRA-sponsored Spring Thaw DH at Ashland, Oregon, on May 17th. Competing in the CAT 1 (25-29) classification, Hansen blazed to a 4:27.46, a full thirteen seconds ahead of the second-place finisher. Hansen is sponsored by [Continue Reading]

Locals Make Noise at Sea Otter Classic

Darrell Jamieson, Chase Jamieson, George Smith and Lloyd Smith returned from the Sea Otter Classic with trophies, great memories, and plenty to be proud of. The event, which took place April 16th through 19th in Monterey, California, drew nearly 10,000 riders and [Continue Reading]

Loney Rocks to Win at Willamette Pass

Eric Loney toasted the competition to take the Oregon state semi-pro downhill title at Willamette Pass on Sunday, August 17th. Loney’s winning time of 3:50.11 was the second-fastest of the day and just behind the top time posted in the pro division. Continue reading Loney Rocks to Win at Willamette Pass