The BC Bike Race will again team up with Kazimirski Law Corporation to give away entries to the 2012 BC Bike Race for individuals who make a massive contribution to their local mountain bike communities.
Launched in 2011, the Kazlaw Community Mountain Biking Award is providing two spots at this year’s BC Bike Race, which organisers confirmed last week is sold out.
Who Makes Mountain Biking Happen in Your Town?
The Kazlaw Foundation is asking you to nominate deserving riders in your community for this award. They could be a trail builder, a dedicated volunteer, an inspiring rider, a developing young racer, or anyone else you feel deserves to be rewarded for their efforts.
Marc Kazimirski is a passionate cyclist, a former Canadian national team member and is a personal injury lawyer in Vancouver BC. Mr Kazimirski is a cycling advocate and the Kazlaw Community Mountain Biking Award is meant to support cycling in your community.
To nominate someone, you are asked to submit a short summary (up to 500 words) describing what this person does to make mountain biking happen, along with one to four inspiring photos. Email nominations to email@example.com by April 14th, when the eligible nominees will be announced. You’ll then have the opportunity to vote on who you believe to be the most deserving recipient of the award.
BC Bike Race is a seven day mountain bike adventure from Vancouver to Whistler. The 2012 edition will see a new stage on Day 7 in Whistler, 12 individually timed Gravity Enduro stages and two more kids races in communities along the route all this to compliment the already famous Epic and Challenge routes.
For more details about the Kazlaw Community Mountain Biking Award and the BC Bike Race please visit here.