“Houshang has great knowledge of cycling and what it takes to get to the top!”
- Seamus McGrath
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Great future for PCC Cyclist

May 08, 2014

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PCC Cyclist Jordan Landolt has set his sights on finishing well this season. The ex-pro hockey player has switched his skates for a bike and is not looking back as he prepares for a series of races.

The 26-year-old will be competing in the Enumclaw stage race, Robert Cameron Cycling series, BC Road and TT Provicials, Canadian Nationals, and BC Superweek. “My goals have been to simply improve and learn as much as I can every time I get out on the bike, whether it’s in a race, group ride or training session,” Landolt says. “An overall goal for the season will be to have good results in the upcoming BC Provincial Road Race and Time Trial events, have a strong showing at the national level, and hopefully earn the opportunity to ride with a team full time in 2015.”

Coach Houshang Amiri is very impressed with Landolt. “Jordan is an athlete with a great deal of commitment and work ethic. He is well organized and disciplined on and off the bike. I will not be surprised to see him in the pro field by next season.”

“I definitely owe a lot of credit to Houshang for his dedication, support and wisdom in working to transform this ex-hockey player into a competitive cyclist,” Landolt adds.


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Rob Britton, Tyler Trace and Dave brooks getting ready to mountain bike during a 2008 winter training camp