The Tour de Delta begins the BC Superweek series by hosting three days of racing that consists of the very fast MK Delta Lands Criterium on the evening of Friday, July 4, the Brenco Criterium around an old fishing village on Saturday, July 5 and the White Spot | Delta Road Race on the morning of Sunday, July 6.
Following Delta is the UBC Grand Prix presented by Mahony & Sons Public House, held around a very technical course on the evening of Tuesday, July 8.
Then on Wednesday, July 9 is the exciting Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix, one of the most challenging and exhilarating historic cycling events.
On the night of Thursday, July 10, the City of Burnaby hosts the Giro di Burnaby presented by Embassy Development, Palladio Jewellers and Appia Development, a Criterium course centered in the historical Heights neighbourhood on Hastings Street.
Then the week comes to a conclusion with the Tour de White Rock, a three day point’s series race that begins with the challenging Homelife Realty Hill Climb on the evening of Friday, July 11, the fast Choices Markets Criterium the evening of Saturday, July 12 and one of the more challenging road race courses in North America – the Peace Arch News Road Race – on the morning of Sunday, July 13.
“We are so happy to officially announce the 2014 race dates for BC Superweek,” said Race Director Mark Ernsting. “In the upcoming weeks and months, we’ll continue to announce several new and exciting aspects of the series that will further enhance what we feel is becoming one of North America’s top series of professional cycling races.”
With between 5,000 and 30,000 spectators in attendance at each event and over $110,000 in cash prizes to win for the cyclists who participate, BC Superweek is the cycling event to attend each year.
Already signed up are some of the most competitive teams in national and international cycling. Some of the riders and teams competing in BC Superweek will be announced as the event draws near. All races are free for spectators.
The accolade of some past attending riders include, but are not limited to, the likes of Tyler Farrar, Chris Horner, Alex Stieda, Svein Tuft, Brian Walton, Christian Meier and Dominic Rowan on the men’s side, and Olympic riders Gillian Carleton, Alison Sydor, Leslie Tomlinson and Erin Willock have attended the pro women’s events.
If you’re a cyclist or team and would like to know more about BC Superweek, please contact Mark Ernsting of M1 Sports Management at 604-760-7373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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