Oct 1, 2020 - An exciting Flèche Wallonne saw Marc Hirschi and Anna van der Breggen win. Results, video and quotes from Wallonne and the BinckBank Tour. Circus buy CCC's WT license - TOP STORY. No Amstel, but more news from the Giro. Contracts from Boels Dolmans, NTT looking for a sponsor, DNA roster and Canada announce the 2021 race calendar.
Dec 13, 2018 - Sky pull the plug after 10 years - Top Story. So much cycling news: Vuelta 2020 start in Utrecht, Floyd’s Cycling, team news from BORA, Bahrain, Lotto, AG2R, Trek, Novo Nordisk, Vital Concept, Jumbo-Visma and Katusha. Training camps for Bahrain, UAE and NIPPO. New Canada President, Kozhatayev’s health, Rally helps Falcons and the best of Peter Sagan.
Paris to Ancaster is proud to announce a new partnership with the Canadian National Cyclo-Cross team for the next five years, in an effort to better promote and support Cyclo-Cross in Canada.
May 31, 2018 - We might be in the between Giro/Tour lull, but cycling never sleeps. Hinault does not approve of Froome - Top Story. We look back at Hammer Stavanger and forward to Hammer Limburg, Dauphiné, Beauce, Global Relay Road Champs, Ride to Höll at the Worlds, Bigla extends sponsorship and the Giro with the organizers, UAE and Elia Viviani.
In collaboration with the Robert W. Cameron Law Cycling Series p/b Jim Pattison Lexus, the 2018 Global Relay Canadian Masters Road Championships will be coming to Victoria from June 1-3 and will feature some high calibre racing.
Cycling Canada is pleased to announce that the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup will be returning to Milton’s Mattamy National Cycling Centre for a second consecutive year from October 26-28, 2018.
Cycling Canada is pleased to announce that it will host its second annual fundraising gala at Bear Mountain Resort in conjunction with its Annual Conference on October 21st, 2017.
Canada won its first cycling medal of the Rio Olympics on Saturday, with a bronze medal in the Women's Team Pursuit. The team of Allison Beveridge, Jasmin Glaesser, Kirsti Lay and Georgia Simmerling beat New Zealand with a time of four minutes and 14.627 seconds for 4000 metres, which is a new Canadian record.