Remembering Jeremy Storie

It is with great sorrow that our club mourns the sudden passing of Jeremy Storie on Sunday February 17.

Jeremy, aside from all his other contributions to bike racing in BC, was the founding coach of our dEVo program, and ran the Escape Velocity Spring Series for years in support of dEVo.

A Celebration of Life for Jeremy has been organized, and will take place on Saturday, March 2nd, 12-2pm, at the Kwomais Lodge
1367 – 128th Street
Surrey, BC

Refreshments will be provided, and a $5 donation to cover the costs is suggested. Jeremy's family has requested that donations in memoriam be directed to the dEVo cycling program support fund

Further details about the service are available here.

Spring Series: Volunteers Wanted

It takes more than a bike club to run a race!

While Escape Velocity and dEVo run the best grassroots racing series in the Lower Mainland, this would simply not be possible without the help of volunteers. Our club members are dedicated to these races, but we are always grateful when other people come out and help us.

What does it mean to help? We need sign-on staff, race officials, traffic control people, first aid attendants, and even trailer towers. No experience needed! (Except the traffic control and the first aid, you totally need certificates for those two.)

If you'd like to give back (and, ahem, get a free entry to a Spring Series race), we'd love for you to volunteer, using our amazing new automated form. No, seriously, volunteer now.

Sportif Series

Thanks to everyone who enjoyed the Sportif Series! We've put this series on hiatus, but we're keeping the page up so you can see old results. Please join us for the WTNC and Spring Series

DEVO Vision 2020

Vision 2020 and 2014 membership structure announced!

Vision 2020 (launched in 2013) is a comprehensive reinvestment in youth cycling in British Columbia by the Escape Velocity Cycling Club and its partners. Vision 2020 represents a complete redesign of Escape Velocity’s long-standing junior program bringing athletes, coaches and parents together to provide developmentally appropriate cycling experiences between the ages of 10 and 18. Under the Vision 2020 model, an athlete born in 2002 starting in the newly revamped dEVo program in 2013 will have the opportunity to participate in eight years of supported development across 4 separately organized program stages, graduating from the program in 2020!