Stu Dickson

Stu Dickson wins Trans NZ enduro race

Revelstoke's Stu Dickson is the winner of the inaugural Trans NZ enduro mountain bike race.

Revelstoke’s Stu Dickson is the winner of the inaugural Trans NZ enduro mountain bike race.

Dickson won the five day enduro stage race in a total time of 2:01:54 — more than two minutes ahead of runner up Zac Williams.

The Trans NZ took place from March 7–11 on New Zealand’s south island.

Dickson, racing in the open men category, won the first three stages. He finished fifth on day four, but managed to retain his overall lead.

On the final day, he placed second — good enough to get the overall win.

Dickson is an aspiring professional mountain biker who signed to the Canadian company Devinci Bikes last year.

Last summer, Dickson finished second overall in the BC Enduro series. He traveled to New Zealand this winter to continue his mountain biking. This year he will be racing in several Enduro World Series events.

 

Just Posted

Snowfall warning issued for Highway 1 from Salmon Arm to Golden

Environment Canada says to expect 15-30 cm of snow by Thursday evening

Q and A with MLA Doug Clovechok for Columbia River Revelstoke

Columbia River Treaty, Three Valley Gap improvements, caribou, and invasive species were discussed

UPDATE: Highway 1 closed east of Revelstoke, set to reopen at 7:30 p.m.

Highway 1 is closed east of Revelstoke near the west entrance to… Continue reading

Cafe opens in U.S. named Revelstoke Coffee

The owners visited Revelstoke two years ago, loved it and decided to name their business after it

Revelstoke council to hear first proposed cannabis store application

Starbuds would be located at 109 Connaught Ave.

Man caught on camera allegedly trying to defraud ICBC

Auto-insurer warns B.C. drivers to record info after crashes

Warning issued as forecast calls for 20-foot waves in Tofino

Dangerous waves, strong currents and upper-shoreline flooding expected for Tofino-Ucluelet area

An 800-pound pig named Theodore needs a forever home, B.C. society says

‘Theodore is not destined to be somebody’s bacon’

Single-bridge option chosen to replace Highway 1 bridge in Sicamous

Five-lane span selected over plan with second bridge at Sicamous’ Main Street

Submissions sought for UBC Okanagan’s annual fiction competition

University’s annual short-story contest enters its 21st year

Teenager Alphonso Davies wins Canadian Men’s Soccer Player for the Year Award

Derek Cornelius and Chilliwack native, Jordyn Huitema were named Canadian Youth International Players of the Year

B.C. teen MMA fighter shows heart

Young Unity MMA competitors bring home Ws

2,000 Canadians died of an overdose in first 6 months of the year

New data from the Public Health Agency of Canada shows the crisis is not subsiding

Another B.C. city votes to ban single-use plastic bags

First six months of proposed ban would focus on education, not enforcement

Most Read