Dates Announced for 2016 BC Superweek Cycling Series

 National and international professional cycling returns to Metro Vancouver from July 8 – 17, 2016 with BC Superweek. Featuring eight races over ten days in seven different communities, BC Superweek is comprised of five events overall. The Tour de Delta kicks off BC Superweek by hosting three days of racing that consists of the very Read more about Dates Announced for 2016 BC Superweek Cycling Series[…]

NCCP Ready to Race | Road Skills and Tactics

Learning Facilitator: Mike Charuk Level: Ready to Race! Competition Introduction Language: English Schedule: Saturday October 3rd 8:00am-5:00pm Location: The Kin House, Delta BC 5050 47 Ave, Delta, British Columbia, Canada Cost: Free Organizers: Tour de Delta in partnership with Cycling BC and Cycling Canada Description: This 8-hour hands-on workshop is focused on analyzing athletes’ performances and teaching racing skills Read more about NCCP Ready to Race | Road Skills and Tactics[…]

Shelley Olds’ Incredible Performance at BC Superweek Continues With Another Victory

  If fans watching the Choices Markets Criterium on Friday night noticed something very familiar on the podium when a women wearing a bright yellow jersey took the top step, it’s because the same scenario has played out at BC Superweek two other times in the last seven days. Shelley Olds (Ale-Cipollini) finished two seconds Read more about Shelley Olds’ Incredible Performance at BC Superweek Continues With Another Victory[…]

Shelley Olds Caps a Memorable BC Superweek with Third Straight Win and Eighth Straight Podium Finish

Shelley Olds came to Metro Vancouver to ride BC Superweek as training and preparation for La Course by Le Tour de France next week in Paris, but somewhere along the way, the motivation became even more than that. As the 34-year-old rode without any teammates, cleaned up prime after prime, and found herself on the Read more about Shelley Olds Caps a Memorable BC Superweek with Third Straight Win and Eighth Straight Podium Finish[…]

Vancouver’s Garrett McLeod wins Peace Arch News Road Race at Beverley by Cressey presents Tour de White Rock

    With temperatures hovering near 30 degrees, the 36th annual Peace Arch News Road Race proved to be as gruel​l​ing as ever for the more than 100 riders who took to the streets of White Rock for one of North America’s most historic and prestigious races. With two laps to go, Vancouver’s Garrett McLeod, who’s originally from Read more about Vancouver’s Garrett McLeod wins Peace Arch News Road Race at Beverley by Cressey presents Tour de White Rock[…]