BC Gravel Racing at its Finest
April / May / June
For 2024, Gravel racing in BC just got even better! The newly formed VI Gravel Series hosted by Mosaic Forest Management takes gravel cycling enthusiasts through some of the most pristine and challenging terrain on Vancouver Island. The series kicks off in April with the inaugural River City Gravel Fondo, with a series of route options hand picked by local Gravel Legend, John Vanderveen. The Burnt Bridge Classic returns for it's sixth year as it moves into the month of May and is reformatted into a stage race. Lastly, the MIVA Unpaved event takes riders through undulating terrain located west of Nanaimo. Participants benefit from discounted pricing by riding all three events, with points given to top finishers towards the overall VI Gravel Cycling series hosted by Mosaic Forest Management.
May 18 - 19
Mountain Bike Action in Langford
March / August
Mountain Bike enthusiasts will converge at the Jordie Lunn Bike Park for two exciting Langford Bikefest events presented by the City of Langford and the Greater Victoria Sports Tourism Commission. Cyclists from across the province of BC will be on hand to compete in the first race of the Island Cup XC Series on March 31. On August 25, The Live Like Jordie Enduro will feature the pristine trails of the Langford Gravity Zone and Nature Trails. Both Bikefest weekends will also feature the Jordie Jump Jam which will showcase dirtjumping and pump track racing. Kids will be treated to fun games, skills coaching, and a chance to meet some cycling rock stars as part of the Hop On presented by iRide Expo.
Masters Road Cycling Championships
July 5 - 7
Victoria, BC, known as the Cycling Capital of Canada, is once again hosting the Canadian National Masters Cycling Championships in 2024 as a continuation of its long standing support of the sport. This exciting event brings exciting cycling racing action into the heart of the BC Capital City, Norther, and Western Communities by showcasing North America’s best cyclists as they compete for the title of National Cycling Champion. Disciplines of Time Trial, Road Race, and Criterium will test the abilities of riders from the ages of 35 to 75 years old.