Participants face course in mountain bike race

Close to 200 participants, including 43 from Summerland, took part in the Test of Humanity mountain bike race in Summerland on Sunday.

Close to 200 participants, including 43 from Summerland, took part in the Test of Humanity mountain bike race in Summerland on Sunday.

The race, in the north Prairie Valley area, raised more than $30,000 in pledges.


Female 16+: First Josie Symonds, second Cathy Harrold, third Alana Buckingham.

Male 16+: First Carson Townley, second Adam Malczynski, third Albert Berkshire.

Female 11-16: First Rachel Shanner, second Thea Saylor, third Morgan Ritter.

Male 11-16: First Corwin Shanner, second Caylum Foley, third Josh Holland.

Elite Male 40+: First Richard English, second Tim Daechsel, third Aart van Kooy.

Elite Female 16-39: First Sandra Walter, second Kerry van Kooy, third Sarah McMillan.

Open Female 16-39: First Lucy Reiss.

Open Male 16-39: First Will Pratt, second Jamie Heale, third Ian Nelson.

Elite Male 16-39: First Michael Robinson, second Ron Ellis, third Manuel Zuppiger.

Open Female 40+: First Kari Bailey, second Gail Sawers, third Kathy Reesor.

Open Male 40+: First Dale Ewanchook, second Steve Crowley, third Dennis Wick.

Mixed 90+: First Cheroby, second Doktar Yasfel Leegna.

Female 66-89: First Chicks in the Sticks, second R & T, third Merlot & Pinot.

Mixed 65 and under: First The Berks, second Mostly Mental Shuttl.

Male 65 and under: First J. Norris Construction.

Male 66-89: First Will Ride for Beer, second Larger and Ale, third Go Mc Serge.

Female 90+: First Wheel old Chicks.

Mixed 66-89: First Team Merckx, second Cap’n Mo and Mojito, third Vinegar Works.

Male 90+: First The 49ers, second Dr. Bean, third Scorpion Kings.


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