As happy as Steph Roorda was with her bronze medal performance in Thursday’s Scratch Race, it’s not hard to figure out that her real goal revolves around a win in Friday’s team pursuit.
A Canadian woman took scratch race worlds bronze for the second year in a row Thursday, as Stephanie Roorda stood on a Day 2 podium at the 2016 London UCI track cycling world championships.
“It’s really, really exciting,” Foreman-Mackay said after the medal ceremony. “It’s my first time at the start line for a world championship event.”
When the 2016 UCI track cycling world championships get off to a searing, board-rattling start in London, England, fifteen of Canada’s top riders will be bearing their country’s standards.
In 2016, Rise Racing is returning for the squad’s sophomore season, with a focus on growing the women’s cycling scene—particularly in Ontario and across Canada.
As announced today, the full fleet will soon be outfitted with Blaze Laserlights, their installation beginning in early 2016. How about in Canada?
National Sports Day in Canada is a good time to reflect on the roles played by organizations and venues from coast to coast to coast, both big and small alike, in building the legacy of athletics in this country.
The dates of the Youth Cup Finale and Ontario Criterium Championships have been announced, according to representatives from the Ontario Cycling Association, Forest City Velodrome Association, and Tourism London.
Back in 2004, London, Ontario’s Rob Good and Albert Coulier floated the idea of an indoor cycling track for the city, to be built in the its south end.
Last month, Britain’s Alex Dowsett set a new benchmark for the UCI one-hour record, riding 52.937 km in 60 minutes. At the time, it was the latest in a spate of broken records, coming […]