Coaching – Dave Hord

By: Dave Hord  09-12-2011

Whew! Busy week, but here's a few shots of the team. More details to follow. -Dave

It was dry and was pouring was sunny with misting water-droplets - All on the same course, at the exact same time. Yes, we are now convinced Panorama Mountain has the weirdest weather of any resort we've been too! No worries for the Cycling BC team, however, as our Athletes were prepared for changing conditions and a course →

The top racers from Canada found themselves at Panorama Mountain this past weekend, all vying for the top places at the National Downhill Championships. I was on hand for the week coaching the Cycling BC Provincial team, along with my two coaches Chad Hendren and Mark Bunyan. Over 175 riders, representing 6 provinces, registered for the 15 classes in →

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Uncategorized – Dave Hord

Typically my new toys are stored in the garage or the driveway..occasionally I'll have the fortune of adding a toy that just doesn't fit in my usual places..and tonight was just the night. Lesson One - Check the map before making silly plans to go buy an American vehicle from the 70's. Connor, Trevor and I were sitting around the Geek Bench, doing the usual surfing of craigslist.


Riding – Dave Hord

Scott was working on his sled, and by the time we got around to choosing a time he couldn't go.With light fading, I asked Connor to drive me up and just hit the trail solo. My buddy Scott was justifiably annoyed with me a couple of weeks ago because I no longer go riding "anytime and every time". Chad and I scouted some spots at Panorama Mountain, and went out at the end of the day to see what we could get.


69 Beetle – Dave Hord

Compromised by a need to be both performance and daily driver, it was never going to be as "hard core" as I wanted. The annual Great Canadian Volkswagen Show is this coming weekend, so it's time to get the white bug ready. I already knew about the cosmetic issues, the trick was to find out if it was mechanically sound. The '69 will be retiring into a life as a marketing tool for a local real-estate agent.


Photography – Dave Hord

Chad, Kevin Landry and Andrew Teit have a new secret riding spot that they're doing some building in, and I was asked to join them for an evening shoot for Bern Helmets. From there it was a bit of a rush as we worked to build a start ramp and scaffolding setup for a dirt jump demo that Wayne and Connor are giving over the next two days.


71 Beetle – Dave Hord

I assumed that I could just separate the halves at the spot welds, and weld in a nut from the back for the mount..but once I ground off the sway bar mount on my donor. Sandblasting won't pull up the seam sealer unless you really work at it..thus, I simply took off the stuff I have to and left the seam sealer I don't _need_ to remove.