Vancouver, BC – Mark Ernsting recognized by Canadian Cycling Magazine as one of “The 14 Most Influential Canadians in Cycling”.
We would like to congratulate Ernsting’s acknowledgement by Canadian Cycling Magazine for his vision of the M1 Project and establishment of the UCI Continental program, H&R Block Pro Cycling Team. It is also important to recognize his leadership in establishing North America’s most prominent professional road cycling series, BC Superweek, along with being Canada’s only certified UCI Rider Agent. It is this all round effort that has made Ernsting one of the most diverse leaders in the sport.
As the founder and co-owner of M1 Sports Management Inc. Ernsting says, “I am very fortunate to have a business partner and loving wife – Susie Ernsting – who is tirelessly working behind the scenes overseeing many of the tasks that keep the M1 Project moving forward”. Without this support and that of Byron Seef (M1 Project Manager), Joyce Chiang (Logistics Manger) and Robin Clegg (Sponsorship Manager) that the current team would not function as efficiently as it does.
Ernsting’s leadership in working to establish Canada’s next Pro Continental or World Tour Team for both men and women is a vision of which he is 100% committed. Ernsting states, “M1 to date has a successful track record in acquiring high profile sports properties and maintaining long standing relationships with it’s clients. We are at a perfect time with the sport’s popularity in becoming a prominent new marketing platform for corporations to compliment their current marketing initiatives”.
Thank you to our current partners who are supporting the M1 Project. If anyone would like to take this opportunity to further speak to Ernsting about how to become a partner in this national initiative, please email: email@example.com or phone: 1.604.760.7373 to better understand how you could become involved.
We would like to thank Matt Clark (Stirl and Ray Photo) for the image, as well as Tom Babin and Matthew Pioro for the writeup.
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