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18.40

Canada’s Matt Lapointe on helping first-time snow riders at Snow Epic

Matt Lapointe from Thunder Bay, Ont., competed in this year’s inaugural Snow Epic, a fat-bike festival based in Engelberg, Switzerland. For three days, from Jan. 15 to 17, he took to the snow on a fat bike with more than 100 participants. There were five events that included a 26-km ride with 1,000 m of climbing and a slalom down a ski hill at night. Lapointe finished 30th overall.

Lapointe and his partner Chelsea Lynn got in touch with Canadian Cycling Magazine during their trip back home from the winter cycling event.

CCM: How did you hear about the Snow Epic?

Matt Lapointe: I saw the race mentioned on a fat-bike page on Facebook. I immediately knew it was something I wanted to do so I signed up for their newsletter. A few days later, they sent me an email inviting me to participate. After a very short discussion with my girlfriend, we decided we couldn’t let this opportunity pass and we were off to Switzerland.

CCM: Why did you enter the event?

ML: I was inspired by the short film 35, which I saw at the Banff Film Festival World Tour. I wanted to do something big for my 35th birthday and when this came up I knew it was meant to be.

CCM: What was the atmosphere like?

ML: It was extremely relaxed. Most of the participants had never been on a fat bike and a few had never even seen snow! Everyone was very friendly. I shared a lot of tips about tire pressure and technique to ride in the snow and ice. There was quite a few of us in the hotel bar after the racing was done for the day just chatting and telling stories. I made many new friends and have been offered places to stay all over the world.

The race organizers did a great job of dealing with some very difficult conditions. They were able to roll with the punches to keep everyone happy and safe. Overall, it was much more like a festival atmosphere rather than a race.

CCM: What’s next for you?

ML: I don’t really have any big plans…yet. I’d love to do the BC Bike Race in 2016. (This year is sold out.) I’ve had a dream to do the Leadville 100 and the Maah Daah Hey 100 has piqued my interest lately, so we’ll see what happens this summer. I plan to race my fat bike exclusively this season in everything but timed downhill events, although that would change if someone wants to loan me a full-suspension fat bike!

Most important, I just want to continue to have fun on my bike and lead a happy, healthy life with my girlfriend and step-daughter.

CCM: Chelsea, what was your role at the Snow Epic?

Chelsea Lynn: I was Matt’s supporter. I did not ride. Riding is his passion. I was there here to support his dreams just as he does mine and I am so very proud of him.

My experience with the race was incredible. From making my way up and down mountains to see the start, (middle at times) and end of races, to getting in the helicopter (the one that took video coverage of the race allowed the supporters to go for a ride after the races), to genuinely feeling as much a part of the experience as Matt was amazing.

07.53

Chequamegon 40 2015

Day of Cheq 40
Here is the low down of what the race is all about direct from the website. Then I have my account personal of doing the event myself.

Each year 2,100 participants are selected in a random lottery to take part in this challenging, 40-mile fat tire event that takes place on Saturday of the Festival weekend. While a few compete for the chance to be called champion, it is the citizen class athletes who are in it for the adventure and personal challenge inherent in the sport that make up the bulk of the race field.
The Chequamegon 40 begins travels from downtown Hayward, WI over the famed American Birkebeiner Ski Trail, forest roads, snowmobile trails and other wooded paths in Sawyer and Bayfield counties to the finish line at Telemark Resort in Cable, WI.
The large field size dictates that the race course have a carrying capacity suitable for the masses. Characterized as a power course, the linear nature favors the fittest and not necessarily the most technically accomplished rider. This is not to say it’s an easy 40 miles by any stretch of the imagination. The race course is long and fast, and the never ending profile fluctuations wears down even the fittest participants.
he mass start of the Chequamegon 40 is spectacle unmatched in the sport. The pre-race anticipation reaches a pinnacle when the black powder cannon is fired. As the rollout heads down Hayward’s Main Street, the hum of the wheels, cheers of the crowd and shifting of gears energizes the parade start. The tempo is controlled down Main Street as the riders pass the large crowd of spectators lining both sides of the street.
Rolling down Hayward’s Main Street
A left onto Railroad Street and then another right onto Highway 77 are negotiated by the anxious race field. Once on the highway, the tempo is increased as the peloton heads east on Highway 77 to Fish Hatchery Road. It is here that the riders hit the dirt and connect with the southern end of the American Birkebeiner cross-country ski trail. Following a tricky off-camber transition from the pavement into Rosie’s Field, the race is on as the fat-tired flyers make their way north to the finish line.
Rosie’s Field: The race is on
Over the miles the off-road drama is played out one rider at a time as mind, muscles and two-wheeled machines roll up and over the unforgiving race course profile. The race-day logistics of a 40-mile, point-to-point course are significant. Aid stations, course control monitors, emergency medical staff, and evacuation vehicles for the drops and spectators are scattered from start to finish.
Seeley Fire Tower climb
A pivotal point in the race comes at the Seeley Fire Tower climb at 11.5 miles from the finish. Following the climb the elevation gained is lost again and the climb back to the high point on the Birkie Trail at seven miles from the finish presents yet another knockout punch.
Final approach
The final approach to the finish line is rewarded with a long-distance ski hill vista at Telemark Resort. Augmented by the sounds of music, the roar of the crowd and the fragrance of Wisconsin’s favorite grilled bratwurst, riders complete their long journey through Wisconsin’s North woods.

Personal Account

Cheq 40 – Wisconsin September 2014 – Great Event – Good course – Rolling hills on ski trails and ski do trails, lots of fun – amazing start m – many crashes at beginning by others on the road section – had fun at event – did ride not at fullest potential, more less felt Fat during entire event and a little weak, not powering up hills as normal, had to walk up many hills and let people go by me, but all good, – good way to set myself up for Cheq 2015!! which know course and what event is all about so can good about better next time, but had fun regardless, good experience, nutrition and hydration was at par, but felt a little weak, at this event, time for long term recover in a few weeks, for sure after i do the Heck of the North event on Oct 4th in two harbours, – otherwise Cheq 40 – 2014 was a success on my side!

Start of event was the most interesting part. Your sitting at the start line surrounded by over 2000 other riders. The drone is flying over and people are getting excited. Was a good place to be on this fine day. Temperature wise was around 50F or 7C with a frost warning. but many riders are in short sleeves and shorts. So warm up and get ready. Put bike in the gate 4 and let it sit. Finally the announcer says for a 930am start to get to your bikes as we roll out at 10am. So as 10am rolls around, everyone is ready.
Finally at 10am the start buzz goes off. Now being way in middle of pack it took a while for the riding to move. So we stood there a few extra minutes before the congestion moved. then again with over 2000 people what do you expect. The most valuable piece of information was to avoid crashing on the highway. People get all jazzed up on the pavement leading to Rosie’s Field and every year cyclists end up in a tangled mess. The gun… we were rolling. I cautiously followed the masses and avoided wheels, leaving a bubble around me for safety. The noise on main street was deafening, people blowing horns, shaking cowbells, and screaming for the riders! As we rounded the corner to the highway I saw the guy changing a flat. You know, that guy that you see at every race changing a flat a half-mile after the start. Glad it wasn’t me. Two miles into the race I saw the guy that crashed- the guy that undoubtedly got hung up on a wheel and face planted on the highway.My nerves were still running the show and I knew I had to pedal until I couldn’t feel them anymore. Riders were ripping past me on the highway and I feared I would be left behind, but also feared I would burn up if I attempted to keep that pace. My game plan was to ride with caution and to finish.

I at this point was not riding to my potential, HRT Was up but i didnt and couldnt get into my groove from all my training i was like on my ass basically. like i never ridden a bike before. very strange, so more less people were passing me and i couldnt keep up but i was there to do the Cheq 40 as it was on my bucket list of events.

We arrived at the first section of Birkie trail and riders were jammed up, fighting to climb the hill to Rosie’s Field. I cautiously stayed to the far left and avoided getting boxed in. Handlebar to handlebar, wheel to wheel we clawed our way up. We spread out in the field and I was encouraged by familiar faces of spectators. Another rider was down and the pack split in two, like a school of fish, merging on the other side. From here we began the rolling up and down of the Birkie hills. I tried to work the downward momentum to carry myself up the proceeding ascents but we were still too tight to ride free, I had to get over to the side and ride thicker, grassy sections to pass slower riders.

Mile 20. Half way. Still feeling ok. Actually this point i got my groove back. I had to walk up one hill and i rested, normally i can push and ride hils like this no problem so after one minute the groove i was supposed to have from start go to me. so rest of race i was playing catch up .
At least i was able to ride like what i was trained to do. The pedals spun. I would see bottles of electrolytes laying on the trail, rattled loose from cages, and wondered if I should pick one up.
I was telling myself I was strong and I was visualizing the competitive beast inside of me that wakes up after 20 miles of labor. Fire Tower Hill came, I clawed my way up, and it was over. The stories of horror I had heard seemed exaggerated as I looked at this hill and thought, “Is this really it?” Don’t get me wrong- it’s a bugger, but when you know that it’s the last great obstacle, you hunker down and you get ‘er done!
After Fire Tower we had about 8 miles left. We were once again back on the Birkie trails and the climbs loomed.
From there one many many more hills and many more trails.
After many more hills and riding quite confident it was almost over. I thought the 40 miles would feel like a piece of cake as i have ridden many 100 mile mt bike races before. but its more the mindset. This 40 miler felt like i was almost done the 100 milers . I was happy to finish it. Finally reaching the ski resort in Cable. Down the ski hill and around to finish line, was good success.

Was a great day. Out of the deal of this event. get a shuttle back to Hayward on a school bus but convenient. as it being a one way race. So back to hayward. I forgot how far my motel was from start line. as i had biked to start line in morning to save on driving. Had 4 mile walk to motel, after doing that race, was not wanting to walk. Finally back to motel, have something to eat and feel better.
Back drive to Cable to pick up my bike, still many people here. Stay to hear all the thank you’s from the organizers. Very good event. Will be back again for 2015.

Back to motel later in evening before stopping at McD’s for a cheat day dinner. Relaxing at motel in evening and that was my experience of the Cheq 40 event.

07.52

There’s no point bringing water, it would just freeze.” That sage piece of advice is from Nathan Petrie, Thunder Bay’s unofficial Fat Bike Ambassador, who has shuttled three fat bikes from Petrie’s to Centennial Park to give us a primer.

I’m no stranger to winter cycling, but unlike my usual utilitarian winter commute, this ride is all about recreation. I’m saddled up with the Salsa Mukluk 3, which is sporting 4” tires. They look unwieldy to me, like pontoon/bike tire hybrid. According to Petrie, this bike is “nimble,” compared to the 5” tires he is about to spin. I think that maybe that word doesn’t mean what he thinks it means, but I take my bike through a quick test spin through the parking lot anyway, and the rest, as they say, is history.

“Nimble” as they turn out to be, fat bikes work best on packed snow. Inflated to 8 psi, the tires that I thought looked goofy just minutes before make for a very forgiving ride. With gearing low enough that I can crank up the tobogganing hill, I’m able to manoeuvre around and warm up in no time. The ride down is remarkably smooth, and far less painful than tobogganing. The bike allows a good mix of stability and agility, sort of a mountain-bike-meets-bouncy-castle experience.

We hit the trail, with a few tips about trail etiquette before we start. As a skier, I’m glad that Petrie makes sure we respect the classic ski tracks. I’m intrigued at how fat bikes literally follow in skiers’ tracks; the packed snow highways that are skate-ski groomed trails are ideal terrain for fat bikes. Having just returned from the City of Lakes Fat Bike Loppet in Minneapolis, where the bikes follow the ski trails after the loppet is done, Petrie is hopeful that similar trail sharing can happen here.

It’s a strange sensation to ride in the winter the same trails that I ride in the summer. And everything is easier—all the roots and rocks are buried deep under the snow, and the soft tires take care of the rest. It feels clean, riding a bike with a shiny new chain, with tires that leave hardly a whisper of a mark on the packed snow. At the end of the ride, there’s no mud to clean off the bike, or my face.

I’m not sure my basement can hold one more bike, but my mind is already scheming how to rent one for a day, and try it out on Lake Superior. This year, we might just have enough winter for me to squeeze in one more sport.

08.33

Fat Bikes are the new in biking

21.36

Customer Services Agents – Wanted to Do Job Searches

Fixed Price Project – Determined by Clients – rates based on clients and duration of contracts – various

Job Description

Business that offers services of Job Searching and Job Applications

In need of Customer Agents to perform Job Searches and Customer Service

Duties

Perform Job Searching as per criteria that in the instructions when hired.

You will do job searches for clients – find jobs that match client’s skills and requests.

You will apply to jobs on behalf of the client. using clients contact details.

For each client- you will make a spreadsheet and keep track of all jobs you apply to client for.

Each spreadsheet you will submit to our business.

You will be hired direct to our business – NewCodeLogic

We Can do your work contract through odesk though. or paypal,

In your application – mention  words ” I like customer service” so i know your real.

This job will be starting in about 5 weeks. At this time doing the recruitment and want to make sure a good team is made.

Also open to suggestions as well.

You will also at times may have to email client direct . Most times NewCodeLogic will deal with client most of the time.

I like all our Agents learn the description of the Job Search Service we offer well.

 

Contact us at NewCodeLogic –  info@newcodelogic.com

for more details

 

at this time i am just Making a list of people – work on this wont be for another  5 weeks, just building the team for now.

20.55

Position Description

Lead Generation – Create List of Email Address 

 

Position Title: Email Address – Spreadsheet
Competition # 2013-10-17
Division: Admin
Section:  
General Supervisor: Supervisor – Administration
Union:  
Group: NewCodeLogic

 

Position Summary

Under the direct supervision of the Supervisor –  Administration – 

Lead Generation – Collect Email Addresses From Around the World

  1. Works in compliance with all applicable Health and Safety legislation.
  2. Performs other related duties as assigned.
  3. Will be able to follow all new instructions as provide on short notice.
  4. Able to have full communication with supervisor.

 

Looking for someone who is able to find new and potential customers and clients for business.

Looking for someone to help generate a long list of names and email address. Be able to provide exact details of a thousand people around the world. Help to market services of business.

– Create email list of email addresses with names and location

– Create list of people who may be interested in having assistance in their job search

– This list of people will be of people who may have potential interest in using a Job Search and Job Application Service

– Generate list from people from your local area

– Customers should have knowledge and able to read english.

 

Qualitications 

Customer Service  – All Contractors Welcome

Reply back with your plans on how you will be generate this list.

I am looking to get a list of 10000 names to start. The more the better.

Tell me what resources you will use to get this list.

If possible include in your email a list of 25 email addresses to prove your method is successful.

I offer good rates on this. 

Rates Will be As Listed

1,000 names,emails =
10,000 names,emails =
100,000 names,emails = discussed
All email addressed must be active. and Real .

 

 

 

How to Apply

 

Please respond to email or skype provided by NewCodeLogic on the website or to which you were provided.

NewCodeLogic Operations Division Canada, Ontario 1( 807) 621-0122 Email: info@newcodelogic.com

 

03.09

Instructional Writers Wanted! For Major Company

  • Are you an experienced writer looking for extra income and/or freelance work?
  • Are you able to break-down difficult concepts and explain them in a clear, concise, and logical manner?
  • Do you have experience and expertise in specific topics?
  • Can you both research and document a wide variety of topics?

If so, then you may have what it takes to be an instructional writer of original content for UniversalClass.comâ„¢ courses.

An affiliate of  is always looking for instructional writers to enhance current and future online course topics! You may earn anywhere from .03 / word (3 cents per word) to .06 / word (6 cents per word) for high quality instructional material.

 

How To Start

 

Send us your most updated resume, a writing sample, and topics you’re interested in writing about to the following email address:

design@newcodelogic.com

01.28

Writing Job –

 

Looking for posts on St. Patricks Day DIY, recipes and crafts, Easter DIY, recipes and crafts, as well as tips, tutorials or how-to posts on business, blogging or social media.

 

NewCodeLogic call for paid blog post ideas (November 2013)

 

Please complete A submission  to be considered for a paid blog post assignment at NewCodeLogic. Please note: NOT everyone who completes a submission will get an assignment, as this is only an application. Posts should be original and not written and published on your blog or another site. We may have multiple people submit the same idea, and in that case we will go with the first qualified person to submit the post idea. The pay for a post of 400 words with photo/s is if you are assigned. You will get submission details in a follow up email if selected. This month, we are seeking:

  • St. Patricks Day DIY, recipes or crafts
  • Easter DIY, recipes or crafts
  • business tip, how-to or tutorial posts
  • blogging tip, how-to or tutorial posts
  • social media tip, how-to or tutorial posts

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Info@newcodelogic.com

00.09

Position Description

Lead Generation – Of Email addresses

 

Position Title: Lead Generation
Competition # 2013-10-14
Division: Admin
Section:  
General Supervisor: Supervisor – Administration
Union:  
Group: NewCodeLogic

 

Position Summary

Under the direct supervision of the Supervisor –  Administration – 

Lead Generation – Collect Email Addresses From Around the World

  1. Works in compliance with all applicable Health and Safety legislation.
  2. Performs other related duties as assigned.
  3. Will be able to follow all new instructions as provide on short notice.
  4. Able to have full communication with supervisor.

 

Looking for someone who is able to find new and potential customers and clients for business.

I am a business that offers a service of Job Search.

We offer to do Job Searching and Also will apply to jobs for clients.

Using that person’s resume, cover letters and all other credentials.

We take the stress and work out of researching and looking for work.

We will do the job search and apply for clients.

This candidate is someone who has access to a large network of people. From social networks and community.

You will be responsible for finding new clients all the time.

You will help promote our business. and service to all around.
Find various websites to find people at and to promote the service.

Hi I am looking for someone who is able to work long term and generate a long list of names and email address. Be able to provide exact details of a thousand people around the world. Help to market services of business.

Looking for individuals who are interested in a long term commitment.
Earning possibility is huge and depends basically on the sales generated from your leads, so more leads=more chances of you getting higher income. This also allows you to set your own working hours.
Past experience in sales, marketing or other tasks

you will act using good customer service and if people have question you are able to ask them.

Have good english speaking , reading and writing skills.

Able to provide a long term commitment
Please respond in your application your experience in this.

Experience in recruiting sales is preferred – Lead Generation

This position is with commission.

You will be responsible for finding your own leads and contacting the right person to get the Job Order and establish relationship.

This Assignment will increase your loyalty level with NewCodeLogic – you will elgible for future promotions within the company for all contractors who accept

 

Qualifications

 Customer Service  – All Contractors Welcome

I like you to email me back with all the methods you think possible to complete this task.

I like to get a list of over 10000 email and names to advertise to.

Pay Rates for this project – Must Contact NewCodeLogic

 

 

How to Apply

 

Please respond to email or skype provided by NewCodeLogic on the website or to which you were provided.

NewCodeLogic Operations Division Canada, Ontario 1( 807) 621-0122 Email: info@newcodelogic.com

03.35

Position Description

ESSAY WRITING – Essay Writers Required to be ready for Jobs

 

 

 

Position Title: Essay Writing
Competition # 2013-10-13
Division: Admin
Section:
General Supervisor: Supervisor – Administration
Union:
Group: NewCodeLogic

 

Position Summary

Under the direct supervision of the Supervisor –  Administration – 

Essay Needed To Be Written 

  1. Works in compliance with all applicable Health and Safety legislation.
  2. Performs other related duties as assigned.
  3. Will be able to follow all new instructions as provide on short notice.
  4. Able to have full communication with supervisor.

This Assignment will increase your loyalty level with NewCodeLogic – you will elgible for future promotions within the company for all contractors who accept

 

Qualifications

 Essay Writing

Desired Skills

Article Writing, Content Writing, Blogs  – Open to all Contractors

 

Exact Instructions

Essay writing for all types of disciplines – Be Ready for all up coming projects.

 

 

Type of paper:

Business plan

Topic:

 

Pages:

various pages

Discipline:

Marketing

Type of service:

Writing from scratch

Format or citation style:

Chicago / Turabian/ MLA, APA

 

Pay Rates for this project – Must Contact NewCodeLogic

 

 

How to Apply

 

Please respond to email or skype provided by NewCodeLogic on the website or to which you were provided.

NewCodeLogic Operations Division Canada, Ontario 1( 807) 621-0122 Email: info@newcodelogic.com