Learn-to-Race clinics cover (but are not limited to): cornering, sprinting, pack handling skills, echelons, race tactics, bumping wheels, energy conservation, and more. Even if you’re not road racing, but just want to improve your bike handling skills for triathlons, Grand Fondos, or charity rides, LTR is for you.
Sign in at 6:30pm; sessions get rolling at 7:00pm.
$20 for adults, $10 for Under 23 (cash only) or free with Midweek Membership. Helmets mandatory. Participants must have a valid OCA Citizen Permit or UCI Road License.
Friendly competition for all ages and abilities, on a variety of fun and challenging trails at Centennial Park. Improve your finesse, skills, and love for mountain biking. Weekly draw prizes and manufacturer demo nights! King mountain bike race series will run every Tuesday from April 26th to September 6th 2016. Pre-ride and registration begins at 6pm, racing starts at 7pm sharp! An Ontario Cycling Association Citizen’s Permit must be purchased by every participant (unless you have a valid OCA/UCI permit). These permits are not available on-site, they MUST be purchased online from the OCA before you participate in your first race. This is a non-negotiable insurance issue. “Test rides” or “tryouts” are not permissible under any circumstances. Single-day licences are also unavailable. A bicycle in safe operating condition and a properly fitted CPSC-certified helmet is mandatory.Register Today
Weekly criterium series. All first timers and even experienced racers who have been out of the sport for a while should attend Midweek’s Learn-to-Race or similar instruction before attempting their first Tuesday race. Riders less than Cadet age must be graduates of the Midweek LTR.
Preregistration for the Tuesday Criterium Series is now available online this year.
Please enter your information in the registration form and bring your license on Tuesday and sign-in will be a snap. Your package containing your bib and chip will be waiting.
You only need to preregister once for the series, not every week.
The registration form does not include pre-payment. Race fees for non-member or non-pass holders are still only collected day of and cash only.Register Today
Ontario’s longest running and most popular weekly series!
Whether a returning or new rider, and experienced or new racer, we welcome you the Trek Wednesday Night Races and Series. You can enter just one race, do a few, or the whole series. We welcome all ages and abilities, and are dedicated to provide the most fun and family oriented experience!
The Wednesday Night Races will open with a Preview and Registration Night on April 27th. Come get through all the paper work and pick up your number plate, in a more leisurely fashion, and then go for a spin on your favorite (or soon to be favorite), course.
After that, Wednesday nights beginning May 4th through to Aug 31st, we host a 18 week series of mass start, mountain bike races that start at 7 pm.
This is the longest running event which draws the greatest number of riders, from young children wanting their first racing experience to some of the best in Canada. Each week you choose your race course which can vary from the shorter and easier 6 km Fun Course (or 2 km SprocKids Trail), to the highly technical 15 km Radical course with lots of climbing. Race once, a few times, or for the whole series – your choice.
Over $5,000 in Prizes Awarded over the course of the Series – Great Weekly Prizes and Series Prizes!Register Today
16 Years of weekly racing at Albion Hills! Our move to Wednesday gets us away from the long weekends, and puts us in the middle of the week! This popular ride/race series features a different course each week, and has a great family atmosphere! With great sponsors like PFAFF and Bikesports, and the support of the Brioschi Family, we’ll have great riding throughout the summer! Bring your family – enjoy the fun of a weekly organized ride! BBQ Nights, demos and other support is all part of the fun!
Our weekly series is one of the longest running cycling events in Canada. Our continued growth is due to the family-focussed environment we foster. Whether you are looking to engage your kids in an organized weekly event that will leave them tuckered out but eager for more or a Provincial-level racer looking to hone your killer instinct, our series provides a platform for exploring and expanding the world of competitive mountain biking. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience level and we will help see to it that you all become as addicted to the adrenalin and excitement as we are. This is grassroots cycling at it’s finest!
Registration is available at the event.
The classic criterium road race takes place on a closed course, approximately 1.2km in length, featuring a small hill, shaded areas, and 4 corners. Primes available in all races!Register Today
Head Coach: Sean Kelly
Date: September 1 – 5, 2016
Team Ontario will send a group of 10-12 athletes to participate at the Green Mountain Stage Race. The focus will be on athletes eligible and targeted for selection to the 2017 Canada Summer Games [DOB 1999-2000]. All interested athletes must complete the Expression of Interest form below and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 15.
This projected is supported by the Ministry of Ontario’s Team Ontario Development Grant.
Expression of Interest [please type directly into the form]
The Mountainview Thursday Night Series, hits the optimum balance of challenging and low-key mountain bike racing. 4 courses to choose from each week provide a challenge for riders of all ages and abilities. Courses are changed throughout the season to change things up and keep even series regulars on their toes. Points are tallied thought the year, and series champions are crowned at the end of the season bbq and celebration.
$10 / week…Each additional family member is 8$ / week.
$160 – Season Pass…Each additional family member is $130.
Pre- riding and registration open at 6pm.
The course is mostly flat with a few short hills. Roads are newly paved, and while open to traffic, provide wide shoulders. All turns are right hand so there is no crossing traffic. The wind and weather conditions make each week a unique experience. Some days you will arrive and know it will be fast. Other days it is a grind. Distance is 14.8 kilometers. We will consider special nights at longer or shorter distances if the demand is there and we can find a suitable way to adjust the course.
On occasion an alternate course will be used. Please consult www.realdealracing.ca for up to the minute info.
- All riders will be required to sign in prior to the start. Registration will occur starting at 6:30pm at the North Toronto Chinese Baptist Church. Look for the RealDeal Registration Tent.
- The TNTT is open to all members of the Ontario Cycling Association. Proof of Membership must be provided to officials at sign-in
- Numbers will be assigned at the start according to seeding. Please remember this number and yell it out as you cross the finish line.
- Payment will be accepted in cash only.