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Framework Racing Wins Provincials

     Framework Racing’s Jeff Muise proved he was the fastest cyclist in the province this weekend when he won Bicycle Nova Scotia’s Provincial Championships held in Riverport  Sunday. Muise, a 31-year-old resident of Yarmouth, has been racing for Cape Breton’s Framework Racing Team  since 2012. The elite athlete who in his day job is manager […]

First International Women’s Ride Day Deemed A Success

Women as far away as Mabou, Cape Breton took part in the first international Women’s Ride Day hosted by Framework Cycle & Fitness, Sunday May 5. About a dozen or so riders took a 15 km spin around downtown with Cape Breton Regional Police, learning tips on how to stay safe on city streets including […]

Nothing so Sweet as the Smiles from the Whitney Pier Youth Club

It’s the 17th year in business for Framework Cycle & Fitness and every year, mostly unnoticed by customers, company owner Bill  Goldston (dude with the sunglasses below) quietly donates thousands worth of bikes, products and cash to multiple causes, organizations, athletes, schools, community projects and not-for-profits including the island’s only bike team Framework Racing. But […]

Christmas Ad Featuring Dave Harley

At FrameWork Cycle & Fitness, we’re very proud of the quality advertisements we create. Our ads are written and produced right here in Cape Breton,  mostly in partnership with NewCap Radio and aired on 101.9 The Giant. Normally, we create new ads every year for the different seasons to keep things fresh and up-to-date with […]

Murray snags bronze

Cape Breton was represented this weekend at the Providence Cyclo-Cross Festival in Rhode Island. FrameWork Racing Team’s, Daniel Murray of Dingwall, raced to a podium finish on day 2, picking up the bronze medal in the Category 4 Men’s division. There were over 900 athletes from all over North America, racing at this event. Categories […]

2012 Green Mountain Stage Race

  Three of the four stages of the Green Mountain Stage Race are in the books for 2012. Ambrose Delaney, 51, who race for FrameWork Racing, Sydney has been tackling this Vermont race for the last couple of years. Delaney competes in the Masters 50+ category.   After the opening time trial, Delaney was 11th, […]

Latest Race Results

Bike racing is growing in Nova Scotia, and FrameWork Racing although small in numbers is coming up big on the road this year. Provincial Individual Time Trial Championship, held in Bridgewater, June 24.   Former Sydney resident Chad Lennon, of Halifax followed his third place finish in Riverport on June 17 with a Gold medal […]

Canadian Championships

    Ambrose Delaney set to race at Canadian nationals   Ambrose Delaney of Sydney is taking hiswheels to Quebec this weekend for a chance at a coveted Canadian National Cycling Championship title.   The 51-year-old team member of Framework Racing – Cape Breton Island’s only bike racing club – will be competing against hundreds […]

2012 Killington Stage Race-Wrap Up

The Killington Stage Race continued Sunday with the individual time trial. Ambrose was the only Canadian in the 50+ category, as they hit the road for the short but hilly 17.6km time trial. Ambrose put in a time of 26:11.30, good enough for 20th spot in an extremely competitive division. To put this in perspective, […]

2012 Killington Stage Race-Stage 1

May 27, 2012   While the Cabot Trail Relay is in full swing in our back yard, Ambrose Delaney is taking another crack at the Killington Stage Race in Vermont this weekend. This is a big race with 500 athletes showing up in 11 categories. Ambrose is racing in the 50+ category with 49 other […]

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