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10.20.17
4iiii Innovations Announces Official Partnership with Cycling Canada

  4iiii Innovations and Cycling Canada have formed an exclusive sponsor and supplier relationship that will provide 4iiii PRECISION Powermeters and Viiiiva Heartrate Monitors to national team athletes in all Olympic and Paralympic cycling categories.   The partnership, which extends through the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, brings together two proudly Canadian organizations dedicated to helping […]

10.17.17
PARA-CYCLING NEXTGEN PROGRAM APPLICATION NOW OPEN

The Cycling Canada Para-cycling NextGen Program is now accepting athlete applications for the 2018 season. This program is focused on providing targeted athletes with an elevated level of support to deliver international podium performances and transition seamlessly into the elite ranks. In addition, the program offers athletes without prior experience an opportunity to see if […]

10.11.17
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR WOMEN’S NEXTGEN PROGRAM

The Cycling Canada NextGen Women’s Track Endurance Program is now accepting athlete applications for the 2018 season. This program is focused on providing targeted athletes with an elevated level of support to deliver international podium performances and help them transition seamlessly into the elite ranks. Selected athletes will receive a world-class Daily Training Environment with […]

10.03.17
CLASS OF 2017 INDUCTED INTO CYCLING HALL OF FAME

Milton, October 3, 2017 – The third annual induction to the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame took place on Sunday at Rattlesnake Point Golf Club in Milton, Ontario, with over 150 people attending the luncheon that saw Gary Longhi, Albert Schelstraete-Coulier, Karen Strong and Steve Smith become the newest members of the Hall of Fame. “To […]

10.02.17
GEE LEADS FINAL STANDINGS AT TRACK NATIONALS WITH 4 TITLES

Milton, October 2, 2017 – The 2017 Canadian Track Championships p/b Lexus concluded on Saturday with six Elite titles awarded at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario. Competition began with the 4000 metre Individual Pursuit for women and men.  Kinley Gibson (The Cyclery-4iiii) took the women’s title with a time of 3:39.749, finishing over […]

09.30.17
FOUR ELITE TITLES AWARDED ON DAY 2 OF CANADIAN TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS P/B LEXUS

Milton, September 30, 2017 – The 2017 Canadian Track Championships p/b Lexus saw four national titles awarded in Elite competition on Friday at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario. In the Sprint competition, Tegan Cochrane (Cycling BC) won her second title of the Championships when she took the Elite women’s sprint title in two […]

09.29.17
CANADIAN TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS P/B LEXUS OPEN IN MILTON

Milton, September 29, 2017 – The 2017 Canadian Track Championships p/b Lexus for Elite and Masters athletes opened Thursday at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario.  While a few familiar faces appeared on the podium, there were also a number of newcomers donning the maple leaf jersey of national champion. Six national titles were awarded […]

09.28.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

Ottawa, September 28, 2017 – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce the election of new members to the Board of Directors, following the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, September 26th. John Tolkamp of Vancouver was acclaimed for a third term as President of the Association.  Elections were also held for three Board positions.  Robin Porter of Toronto […]

09.26.17
EVENT OF THE YEAR VOTE NOW OPEN

Ottawa, September 26, 2017 – After a very exciting season of racing throughout the country, Cycling Canada invites all cycling fans to vote online over the next few weeks to determine the 2017 Cycling Canada Events of the Year. Fan vote will count for 50% of the overall consideration for Road, Track, Mountain Bike, BMX, […]

09.25.17
BOIVIN TOP CANADIAN IN MEN’S ROAD RACE

Bergen, September 25, 2017 – The 2017 Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway, concluded on Sunday with the Elite men’s 267.5 kilometre road race.  Guillaume Boivin of Montreal, Quebec, was Canada’s top finisher in 35th place.  Peter Sagan of Slovakia took a record third consecutive title in a sprint finish with Alexander Kristoff of Norway. The race […]

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