- Mountain Bike
Eight junior road cyclists will suit up for Canada at the upcoming UCI Road World Championships from September 20 to 27 in Richmond, Virginia.
With just under a year to go to the Rio Olympics, aspiring Olympians can consult Cycling Canada’s Rio selection policy to find out what they need to do to make the team.
This year’s team comprises Ryan Anderson (Vancouver, BC / Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies), Guillaume Boivin (Longueuil, QC / Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies), Rob Britton (Victoria, BC / Team Smartstop), Alex Cataford (Ottawa, ON / Silber Pro Cycling), Adam de Vos (Victoria, BC / Team H&R Block), Benjamin Perry (St. Catharines, ON / Silber Pro Cycling), Ryan Roth (Cambridge, ON / Silber Pro Cycling), and Michael Woods (Ottawa, ON / Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies).
Thanks to the emerging collaboration between Cycling Canada and professional teams such as Canadian-based Silber Pro Cycling, Canada has qualified the biggest quota in its history for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships.