Canada’s BC Bike Race and Kazimirski Law Corporation are giving away two entries to the 2011 BC Bike Race. The Kazlaw Community Mountain Biking Award will award two spots at BC Bike Race 2011 for people who make mountain biking happen in their community.
Members of local mountain biking communities are invited to nominate individuals who enrich and support the sport of mountain biking in your area. “They could be a trail builder, a dedicated volunteer, an inspiring rider, a developing young racer, or anyone else you feel deserves this opportunity!” said BC Bike Race organisers.
Winners of the inaugural award will gain entry to the fifth edition of the BC Bike Race from Vancouver to Whistler. The 2011 edition of the seven-day race will see a new stage in Campbell River, as well as kids races in communities along the route. Organisers have reported a positive response to ‘Challenge’ category, which was introduced to the race last year and runs over roughly half of the full route.
Vancouver local Marc Kazimirski, of the award sponsor, is a passionate cyclist, a former Canadian national team member and a staunch cycling advocate.
The BC Bike Race and Kazimirski Law Corporation are requesting nominations be made in the form of a short summary (up to 500 words) describing what your nominee does to make mountain biking happen in your community, along with one to four inspiring photos.
Nominations must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 6, the eligible nominees then subject to a public vote to select the most deserving recipients.