The Interior Grasslands Cycling Club offers a friendly environment for recreational road racing and group riding, and promotes youth development through races, clinics, and mentorship.
Founded in 2005 but with its origin in 1972, the Interior Grasslands Cycling Club (IGCC) is one of the larger community-based cycling clubs in the province. The club, includes cyclists of all skill and fitness levels, from beginners to advanced riders, young and old. Included in our membership are BC Games and Senior Games athletes, national time trial title holders, and world champions. New members are welcome!
Again this year, the Interior Grasslands Cycling Club (IGCC) set up its roller racing equipment at the Kamloops Indoor Gran Fondo in support of MS Society. A roller-racing derby challenged participants to compete for the fastest time. The winners of this year’s roller racing derby are Tami Newman (shown here) for the women, who sprinted 500 metres in 26.33 second (or 64 km/hr). The men’s winner was Gordon McKay, with a time of 24.10 seconds, or a staggering 79 km/hr.