July 7-9, 2017
MK Delta Criterium
The MK Delta Criterium features an exciting 1.2 kilometer crit loop around the Social Heart area of North Delta.
The fast and furious Brenco Criterium on Saturday takes place in the historic fishing village of Ladner.
White Spot | Delta Road Race
The White Spot | Delta Road Race is a UCI 1.2 event with a course that winds through the streets of Tsawwassen.
Calling all pro racers of the future! Warm up the criterium courses in North Delta and Ladner for the pros.
BC Superweek is set to welcome national and international professional cycling back to Metro Vancouver for the next four years. “For more than 15 years, fans have come out to see the best pro cycling at BC Superweek and we’re excited that it will continue for the foreseeable future,” said Series Director Mark Ernsting. “Over[…]
Laval, Quebec’s Joelle Numainville continued her dominance at the Tour de Delta Sunday as she sprinted to win the White Spot | Delta Road Race for her third straight win to start BC Superweek. Numainville, who also won Saturday’s Brenco Criterium and Friday’s MK Delta Lands Criterium, rode the eight lap, 103.6 kilometre UCI race[…]
Ryan Roth lists a burger, fries, and shake as his favourite food in his bio on the Silber Pro Cycling website, so perhaps it’s extremely appropriate that he won the White Spot | Delta Road Race on Sunday. The BC-based restaurant has long been a supporter of the Tour de Delta and is famous the[…]
2013 Canadian National Road Race Champion Joelle Numainville wins second straight Tour de Delta race
It was a familiar sight at the Tour de Delta’s Brenco Criterium Saturday as two of the women’s riders who finished in the top three in Friday’s MK Delta Lands Criterium were back on the podium, including winner Joelle Numainville from the Cervelo Bigla Pro Cycling Team. Numainville was near the front for most of[…]
It’s more than 12,500 kilometres between Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia and the historic fishing village of Ladner in the Corporation of Delta, but for 25-year-old Scott Law, the trip was well worth it after he sprinted to win the 2016 Brenco Criterium as part of the Tour de Delta. Law, who rides for Subaru[…]
It’s been a few years since Joelle Numainville of the Cervelo Bigla Pro Cycling Team raced at BC Superweek, but on Friday, she showed that she’s a force to be reckoned with as she sprinted to win the 2016 MK Delta Lands Criterium to kick off the Tour de Delta. Using a timed format that[…]
For the third straight year, the familiar orange jersey of Silber Pro Cycling was atop the podium to open BC Superweek with the MK Delta Lands Criterium, but the rider wearing the jersey was different than last year and in 2014. With Silber veteran Ryan Roth looking to three-peat at the race, it was his[…]
Alison Jackson’s experience as a world class triathlete and cross country runner during her collegiate career has come in handy as she continues to rise the ranks as a professional cyclist. Running up to 12 kilometres per race in cross country, or swimming, cycling, and running in a triathlon helped give the Abbotsford resident a[…]
The fastest week in Canadian cycling begins this Friday, July 8th, as BC Superweek gets underway with the Tour de Delta’s MK Delta Lands Criterium – the first of eight races over ten days. With $125,000 in prize money on the line and some of the top Canadian cyclists and professional American teams registered to[…]
In just two weeks, more than 200 professional cyclists from every corner of North America and around the world will converge on the Lower Mainland for BC Superweek, which begins with the $25,000 Tour de Delta. “The collaboration between the Corporation of Delta, local businesses and community members with the Tour de Delta continues to[…]