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06.22.17
BARISTA AND CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCE NEW NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP

Montreal, June 22, 2017 – Cycling Canada is proud to announce that Barista will be coming on board as an official partner of the organization, benefiting the athletes, the support team, and the fans. By becoming the official coffee supplier of Cycling Canada, Barista will provide coffee for athletes and the support team and will […]

06.21.17
MONTAMBAULT & L’ESPERANCE TAKE WINS AT CANADA CUP XCO #5

HARDWOOD SKI & BIKE, June 21, 2017 – The fifth round of the Mountain Bike Canada Cup for Cross-country took place on Sunday at Hardwood Ski & Bike, north of Barrie, Ontario, and the site of the 2015 Pan Am Games XCO competition.  Once again, there were new faces on the top step of the […]

06.20.17
THE GLOBAL RELAY CANADIAN ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS P/B LEXUS RETURN TO THE CAPITAL REGION

OTTAWA, June 20, 2017 – It is less than one week to the start of the Global Relay Canadian Road Championships p/b Lexus for Elite, Under-23 and Junior aged riders, to be held in the Capital Region on June 24-28.  The Road Championships are the most prestigious event on the domestic racing calendar, with the […]

06.19.17
CANADIANS WIN FOUR STAGES AT TOUR DE BEAUCE

SAINT-GEORGES, June 19, 2017 – After five days and six stages of racing, the 32nd edition of the Tour de Beauce concluded on Sunday in St-Georges, Quebec.  Canada’s longest running UCI sanctioned stage race saw Canadians win four stages and wear multiple leader jerseys during the 643 kilometres of racing. Emile Jean of the Canadian […]

06.14.17
RIDERS FROM ACROSS CANADA CONTEST MASTERS ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Vancouver, June 14, 2017 – Close to 400 riders competed at the 2017 Global Relay Canadian Masters Road Championships p/b Lexus in Vancouver, ranging in age from 30 to 74 years.  Championship titles were awarded for women and men in Time Trial, Criterium and Road Races across multiple age categories. The Championships opened on Friday […]

06.14.17
ARGON 18 SIGNS MULTI-YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH CYCLING CANADA

Montreal, June 14, 2017 – Canadian high-end bike manufacturer Argon 18 announced today a multi-year partnership with Cycling Canada. Argon 18 becomes the Official Bike Supplier to Cycling Canada, supplying bikes to Canada’s National Team track, road and para-cycling programs through the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. In addition to the National Team programs the bike company […]

06.13.17
NEW CANADA CUP SERIES LEADERS AFTER HORSESHOE

HORSESHOE VALLEY, June 13, 2017 – After a two week hiatus, the XCO Mountain Bike Canada Cup resumed on Sunday for Round 4 at Horseshoe Valley, north of Barrie, Ontario.  The Norco Factory Team were the big winners of the day, taking both the Elite Women’s and Men’s victories.  The men’s and women’s leader’s jerseys […]

06.13.17
BOIVIN FINISHES SECOND OVERALL AT GP SAGUENAY

SAGUENAY, June 12, 2017 – The internationally sanctioned stage race Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay concluded on Sunday with a stage win by Canadian rider Marc-Antoine Soucy (Garneau Quebecor) and second place overall for Team Canada’s Guillaume Boivin, four seconds behind winner Steve Fisher (Canyon Bicycles) of the United States.  Less than half of the […]

06.13.17
BOIVIN MOVES INTO POINTS JERSEY AT SAGUENAY

SAGUENAY, June 11, 2017 – Canadian riders continue to finish on the podium at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay, with Marc-Antoine Nadon (H&R Block) taking second in Stage 3 on Saturday at the Criterium stage held in Chicoutimi.  Team Canada’s Guillaume Boivin continues to chip away at the overall lead of American Steve Fisher […]

06.13.17
BOIVIN MOVES TO WITHIN 3 SECONDS OF LEAD AT SAGUENAY

SAGUENAY, June 10, 2017 – Team Canada’s Guillaume Boivin made his second podium appearance in two days on Friday, in stage 2 of the internationally sanctioned stage race Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay.  Boivin finished third on the 171 kilometre stage in a sprint finish. Canadian professional squad Silber Pro Cycling finished 1-2 on the […]

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