Gunnar Holmgren, 19, won his third straigth P2A title.
Jeremy Powers crossed the line in third.
The race ends with a steep climb.
Riders dig deep to make it to the top after 70 grueling kilometres.
Ideally you can make it up on your bike.
But some succumb to cramps.
Riders use an assortment of bikes for the 40 and 70 km rides.
Jenn Jackson won the women's edition.
10-time British cyclocross champion Helen Wyman was third.
No hiding on the steep slopes.
The winner of the fat bike category, Jeff Shikaze.
The finish line was packed with spectators on hand to cheer on friends and family on a beautiful spring day.
Covered in mud, riders made their way to the finish line in Ancaster.
The 25th edition of Paris to Ancaster was raced on a beautiful spring day. With sunny skies and mild temperatures, participants raced across farm tracks, recreational trails and gravel. Through thick mud and on fast pavement, nearly 2,500 participants enjoyed a fun day on the bike.
An early mishap at the startline as wave 4 rolled out saw the barrier come down on the road but thankfully no riders were injured.
The ride finishes with a steep run into the line. There’s no hiding so riders with tired legs or cramps need to push through the pain or dismount to make it up.