Category Archive: MSA

Aug 10 2016

A busy week @ MSA

I’m now in relax mode after a very busy string of days. From getting ready to be on the road to getting on the road and then covering all the action at Mont-Sainte-Anne (MSA), it’s been quite a week. But now I’m less than 200 miles from my next destination (Windham) with more than a …

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Jul 28 2015

25 Years of MTB History

I’ve been working on this for a year and it’s finally gone live today! Have a look and let me know what you think! The interviews were done during and after the 24th edition of the Mont-Sainte-Anne World Cup while the photos are an assortment of recent (mine) and historical (Tom Moran for the most …

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Aug 01 2014

Bonus Update From MSA…

I’ve had time relaxing in my camper tonight so I’ve put this 2 segment video together… I suspect the weather today will be a factor for the racing all weekend as the water will continue to flow down from the mountain. And I know the sound of the weed whackers will be replaced by blaring …

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Jul 31 2014

It’s Nice To Be Back

Back at Mont Sainte Anne, back to shooting another big event, back to camping. And back on the road after Monday’s misstep. Back to camping in a parking lot too! I had arranged camping in advance with the media relations person and she made sure things were taken care of. Unfortunately the camping area hadn’t …

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Jul 29 2014

Off To A Rough Start

I’m headed to a couple of races I really enjoy, I’ve covered these since before having my Westy and the photos I have include the first World Cup victory by Geoff Kabush when he crossed the line in a very muddy race at Bromont.That race is no more (which is a shame, it’s a great …

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Jun 21 2012

And Now for Mont Sainte Anne

It was a great few days after the MTB Nationals wrapped up as I took my time heading down to Mont Sainte Anne. I had a short week with no commitments before Friday and being at MSA (or so I thought). First let me wrap up a couple of things from Saint Félicien. On Sunday …

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Jul 02 2011

From Camper Land to Wonder Land…

Surrounded by massive campers, listening to bingo by the beach… that was camper land. And for some reason the Quebecois love their camping, good on ’em! I was happy to be there for the night, my second visit to Lake Louise (thousands of miles and around 40 years between them). I woke up, had a …

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