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NEW Ontario and Youth Cup Track Calendar – Mattamy National Cycling Center 2014 Cyclo-Cross Calendar – UPDATE – UCI CX ONLY Licence Now Available!
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NEW Ontario and Youth Cup Track Calendar – Mattamy National Cycling Center Tuesday, 19 August 2014 The Ontario Cycling Association, in partnership with the Town of Milton and the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, is pleased to announce a brand new Ontario Cup and Youth Cup Series. Starting this December, members of the OCA will have the opportunity to race at a brand new, world class velodrome, right here in Ontario. The […]
2014 Cyclo-Cross Calendar – UPDATE – UCI CX ONLY Licence Now Available! Wednesday, 30 July 2014 The OCA Events Committee is pleased to produce the 2014  Cyclo-Cross calendar. As a committee we are extremely happy to announce that the series of events including, Provincial Championships, O-Cup’s, Citizen and Weekly level races are all included in the 2014 schedule.

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Sep.21 : Bay of Quinte Road Race

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We Need More Cowbell

The 8th edition of the We Need More Cowbell cyclocross race – Name TBD will take place Sunday September 28th, at the usual spot of Burgoyne Woods Park in St. Catharines. This year’s course will be the same as last years, provided that my memory holds up for 3 more weeks; my kids may cause major course changes if they keep hounding me. However, this year’s race is the first O-Cup CX race and will adhere to OCA course standards – that is no triple downhill barriers or random singletrack. 

2014-2015 “Rising Stars” Endurance Development Academy

The Ontario Cycling Association is pleased to announce the first 2 camps for the 2014-2015 “Rising Stars” Endurance Development Academy.   The track program is designed to support Ontario athletes that have the potential and ambition of making it onto an Olympic podium in the future.

Once the Milton Velodrome opens it will become the home of the Rising Stars program and all the athletes will have regular access to training at the new facility. The Rising Stars Academy will focus on athlete identification and development. Our goal is to reach over 200 athletes in the 2014/15 season, focusing on athletes between the ages of 13 and 18.

Canadian Track Championships and Milton International Challenge Postponed

The building of the only indoor velodrome facility in Canada is taking slightly longer than originally planned.  The project is very distinct, and all stakeholders involved in the project want to see it completed right to ensure its lasting benefits. Constructing the velodrome is incredibly detailed work and the conditions required to install the track need to be absolutely perfect for optimal results.

The Town of Milton and Canada’s cycling community are excited about the incredible opportunities this venue will bring.  This is a facility that will leave a legacy not just for the Games but for decades, and help bring Canada’s track program to the top of the Olympic podium.

Weekend Event Report

This past weekend, we saw two outstanding events take place in the province of Ontario. Saturday consisted of the Youth Cup Series Finale hosted by the National Cycling Centre Hamilton (NCCH), and Sunday, had athletes from across the province battling it out for the coveted title of 2014 ITT Provincial Champion.

U23 Ontario Prospects Stage Race This Weekend!

There’s anticipation abound at the Ontario Cycling Association for this weekend’s U23 Ontario Prospects Stage Race happening in coordination with the Blue Mountain Centurion.

Starting Friday night with a Hill Climb up Scenic Caves road, athletes will be contending for $10,000 in prizing throughout the weekend. An action packed downtown Blue Mountain Criterium running right through the village is sure to not disappoint. The finale on Sunday, the C50 Road Race, will determine who takes home $7500 in cash and merchandise.

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