Filtering by: Road Race

Apr
21
Sun
2019
Hell of the North @ Ballantrae, ON
Apr 21 all-day

HELL OF THE NORTH

Our 11th annual ‘Hell of the North’ will be held early Sunday April 21st 2019! Starting and ending at the Ballantrae Community Center. The epic spring classic with 90 kilometers of the most amazing dirt and off road sections to make this truly one of the hardest events of the year! It promises to test your early season fitness. As always the Hell of the North route will include rail trails, dirt roads and some of the area’s nicest climbs. Cyclocross and mountain bikes for this wave. There are sections you will have to dismount. Road bikes are not recommended, MTB shoes and pedals are!

HECK OF THE NORTH

Returning for it’s 7th year, we have an incredible, alternative route called the HECK. This is for anyone who wishes to be tested but doesn’t want to dismount or ride through a farmers field. The HECK of the North is a 70 kilometer route that will still include many of the amazing roads used in the HOTN but there are no off-road sections, farmers fields, or the nasty trench. This means you can ride a regular road bike on this beauty (leave the $10,000 bike at home though!). Both routes are sure to test you and both promise to be an amazing day out on the bike!

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To Register: CLICK HERE

 

Apr
28
Sun
2019
Paris to Ancaster @ Ancaster, ON
Apr 28 all-day

For over a century the roads of northern Europe have been home to the toughest bicycle races in the world. The most famous of these, Paris to Roubaix, takes place each spring over brutal cobblestone roads that have been preserved in their historic condition for over 100 years. Inspired by this classic race, the Paris to Ancaster has taken place for the past twenty five years over the roughest farm lanes, trails and gravel roads we can find. Combined with unpredictable spring weather and the largest field of riders assembled in Canada, it has become a classic race experience for everyone from average riders to Canadian Olympians. Join us on April 28, 2019, our 26th annual event, to become part of the history of this unique race.

Registration Details:

 

Early:

to Nov 30

Regular:

Dec 1 – Feb 28

Late:

Mar 1 – Apr 22

P2A 20km $35.00 $35.00 $35.00
P2A 40km $55.00 $60.00 $65.00
P2A 70km $75.00 $85.00 $95.00
VIP Experience $205.00 $205.00 $205.00
Let’s Ride Kids Course $30.00 $30.00 $30.00

To Register: CLICK HERE

Road O-Cup #2 – Calabogie Classic @ Calabogie Motorsports Park
Apr 28 all-day

The second stop of the Road O-Cup Series is at the Calabogie Motorsports Park, located 4 km East of the community of Calabogie. This closed course circuit in Eastern Ontario has proven to be a great location for an early season O-Cup race.

To Register: CLICK HERE

For Tech Guide: CLICK HERE

Apr
29
Mon
2019
Midweek Learn to Race
Apr 29 all-day

With almost 20 years of teaching riders how to race, Midweek Learn-to-Race p/b MEC returns to Tahoe Blvd and Buckhorn Cres. People of all ages, abilities and genders are welcome! Coaches and experienced instructors will be on hand to conduct learn to race clinics, encouraging fun, confidence and skills training. Clinics cover (but are not limited to): cornering, sprinting, pack handling skills, echelons, race tactics, bumping wheels, energy conservation, and more. Riders (including youth) are split into smaller groups of similar ability to keep the sessions fun and safe. Our circuit to closed to all traffic except LTR attendees.

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.

For more information: CLICK HERE

May
6
Mon
2019
Midweek Learn to Race
May 6 all-day

With almost 20 years of teaching riders how to race, Midweek Learn-to-Race p/b MEC returns to Tahoe Blvd and Buckhorn Cres. People of all ages, abilities and genders are welcome! Coaches and experienced instructors will be on hand to conduct learn to race clinics, encouraging fun, confidence and skills training. Clinics cover (but are not limited to): cornering, sprinting, pack handling skills, echelons, race tactics, bumping wheels, energy conservation, and more. Riders (including youth) are split into smaller groups of similar ability to keep the sessions fun and safe. Our circuit to closed to all traffic except LTR attendees.

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.

For more information: CLICK HERE

May
13
Mon
2019
Midweek Learn to Race
May 13 all-day

With almost 20 years of teaching riders how to race, Midweek Learn-to-Race p/b MEC returns to Tahoe Blvd and Buckhorn Cres. People of all ages, abilities and genders are welcome! Coaches and experienced instructors will be on hand to conduct learn to race clinics, encouraging fun, confidence and skills training. Clinics cover (but are not limited to): cornering, sprinting, pack handling skills, echelons, race tactics, bumping wheels, energy conservation, and more. Riders (including youth) are split into smaller groups of similar ability to keep the sessions fun and safe. Our circuit to closed to all traffic except LTR attendees.

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.

For more information: CLICK HERE

May
18
Sat
2019
Road Provincial Championships – Steve Bauer Classic p/b St. Davids Hydroponics @ St. Catharines
May 18 all-day

The Steve Bauer Classic presented by St. Davids Hydroponics will be the location of the 2019 Ontario Road Provincial Championships on Saturday, May 18th, 2019.

In its 35th year, Effingham Hill, also known as Saylor’s Hill, will again prove to be a challenge to racers competing for the coveted Provincial Champion jersey. With a 14.8% maximum grade, the hill never disappoints and will make for a tough racing terrain for those who wish to attack and challenge their adversaries.

The Ontario Provincial Championships will be run on age-based categories. Riders are able to select from the following Provincial categories based on their birthday by the end of December 31st, 2019: Master C Men, Master D Men, Master B Men, Master A Men, Master B Women, Master A Women, U19 Men, U19 Women, U23 Men, U23 Women, Elite Women, Elite Men. Provincial Championship results will not count towards the Ontario Cup Road Series.

Full event details to come in the following weeks. Please follow @ontariocycling on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for updated information. More information also available at @SBauerClassic

May
20
Mon
2019
Midweek Learn to Race
May 20 all-day

With almost 20 years of teaching riders how to race, Midweek Learn-to-Race p/b MEC returns to Tahoe Blvd and Buckhorn Cres. People of all ages, abilities and genders are welcome! Coaches and experienced instructors will be on hand to conduct learn to race clinics, encouraging fun, confidence and skills training. Clinics cover (but are not limited to): cornering, sprinting, pack handling skills, echelons, race tactics, bumping wheels, energy conservation, and more. Riders (including youth) are split into smaller groups of similar ability to keep the sessions fun and safe. Our circuit to closed to all traffic except LTR attendees.

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.

For more information: CLICK HERE

May
25
Sat
2019
Road O-Cup #4 – Northumberland Classic p/b Sea Otter @ Northumberland, ON
May 25 all-day

A new addition in 2018, the Northumberland Classic was an instant favorite for those who participated at the 4th Ontario Cup last season. On its second year, the Northumberland Classic will prove once again to be one of the most challenging but rewarding courses of the entire series. The course consists of a 16.5 km loop and contains over 225 meters of elevation per loop.

To register: CLICK HERE

For Tech Guide: CLICK HERE

May
27
Mon
2019
Midweek Learn to Race
May 27 all-day

With almost 20 years of teaching riders how to race, Midweek Learn-to-Race p/b MEC returns to Tahoe Blvd and Buckhorn Cres. People of all ages, abilities and genders are welcome! Coaches and experienced instructors will be on hand to conduct learn to race clinics, encouraging fun, confidence and skills training. Clinics cover (but are not limited to): cornering, sprinting, pack handling skills, echelons, race tactics, bumping wheels, energy conservation, and more. Riders (including youth) are split into smaller groups of similar ability to keep the sessions fun and safe. Our circuit to closed to all traffic except LTR attendees.

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.

For more information: CLICK HERE