Member Time Bicycle Class Sortable time
Arscott, Deirdre DNS VP Single 999999995
Briggs, Taylor 12:00 Single 43200
Fowler, Fred 11:39 Single 41940
Jansson, Mikael 12:00 Single 43200
Nygren, Rob DNS Single 999999995
Tilitzky, Michael 11:10 VP Single 40200

Start in Beacon Hill Park at the World's Tallest (freestanding) Totem.  There is a war memorial here to BC Indians.  North up the peninsula past Heals Rifle Range to Blue Heron Park in North Saanich.  This park was established because construction of the Pat Bay Highway expropriated land which contained the Sidney/North Saanich War Memorial.  Back down the peninsula through Belmont Park, still part of Esquimalt Naval Base with it's impressive stone MP building, past Hatley Castle, home to the Royal Military College from 1940 to 1995, and then to Hatley Memorial Gardens, where many servicemen are interred.  The control is at the grave for Lt. Col. Joan Kennedy, the first woman in the Canadian Women's Army Corp (CWAC).  Back into Victoria via Esquimalt, basing the naval base, and through the Work Pt base residences.  The next control is a recent memorial to returning seamen--The Homecoming.  On to UVIC, where we stop at one of the original army huts before riding along Shelbourne St with the trees originally planted to commemorate fallen WWI soldiers and nurses, and recenty expanded to refresh the memory and include all wars.  Our final control is at the BC Aviation Museum where there is a new memorial with metal maple leaves, each leaf representing a local aviator who fell in war.  From here, back to Beacon Hll, but finishing at the Beagle Pub for refreshment.