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Gravel Growler

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Event type(s)Gravel

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Velonorth is serving up your favourite gravel route sandwiched between a hot breakfast and cold pint.

Choose between a short (40km) and long (65km) multi-surface course that takes in some of Whitehorse’s best gravel and dirt.

Join us at 9:30 a.m. for an optional, but highly recommended pre-ride carb top up. Ride your guts out. And then tip a pint with us in the new Winterlong beer garden.

Long course? Short course? No need to decide now! You can confirm your distance on the morning of.

Location

Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mt. Sima Rd.

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Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

YXYCross

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Event type(s)Cyclocross

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Cyclocross is the circus of cycling. Come find out why.

Events for all ages and experience levels. Super fun and challenging course.

Location

Mt. Mac XC Ski Stadium (adjacent to the Canada Games Centre).

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Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

2022 Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships is a territorial cross-country race event that will crown Yukon’s top cyclists in multiple categories.

More information about this event will be shared soon.

Date is subject to change.

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $20. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $15. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Results via timing system
  • Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships race plate for your bike
  • Amazing prizes to be won

GRMB

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Event type(s)Gravel Mountain bike: Cross-country Road

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Starting and Finishing at the Magnusson trails parking lot on Grey Mountain (2km from Alsek Rd), the 2nd annual GRMB is for solo riders or teams of 2, will put your full array of bicycle piloting skills to the test.

GRMB will start at 2 p.m.

Location

Magnusson trails parking lot on Grey Mountain.

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Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

Icycle Sports Top of the World Gravel

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Event type(s)Gravel

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Dawson City

Description

Icycle Sports Top of the World Gravel is an unique gravel event for any and all riders.

Some will come to race. Others will come for the adventure, and a chance to ride their bike in one of the world’s most beautiful and remote locations, with a 60km or 120km course option.

Thanks to our title sponsor Icycle Sports for helping us make this event happen!

Course details

  • For those who choose the 60km course, we will begin at the Yukon River and a shuttle will take everyone to the start at Clinton Creek on Top of the World to begin the ride back
  • For those riding the 120km course (about 1,200m of climbing) we will start earlier at the Yukon River, ride up to Clinton Creek and return to the Yukon River. We will do our best to coordinate with the 60km participants so people arrive together
  • Everyone finishes at Minto Park with a BBQ, awards and festivities

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Course map



Photo credit: Yukon government

Location

Dawson City, Yukon.

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $45. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $15. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Shuttle ride to the start at Clinton Creek for those riding the 60km course option
  • Top of the World Gravel branded merchandise
  • Top of the World Gravel race plate for your bike
  • A delicious beverage from Winterlong Brewing for adult participants
  • Snacks will be provided during the event by Dawson City General Store
  • BBQ after the event is over (burger, chips and drink) by Dawson City Volunteer Fire Department
  • Amazing prizes to be won
  • Discounted room rates at the Eldorado Hotel
Accommodations in Dawson City

We have struck a deal with the Eldorado Hotel to offer discounted room rates for participants and others attending this event.

  • Standard room with 2 double beds or 1 queen size bed is $129 per night, plus 5% GST
  • Executive suite with 2 queen beds is $169 per night, plus 5% GST
  • Rates are based on single or double occupancy. Additional guests are subject to a charge of $15 per person, per night, plus GST. Maximum occupancy for a room with 2 double beds or 2 queen beds is 4 persons. For those travelling with children 12 and under, there is no charge provided they stay in the same room as a registered parent/guardian
  • These rates are valid August 19, 20 and 21, 2022.

Phone 1-800-764-3536 (in Northern BC and Yukon) or 867-993-5451 to book. You can also book online. If booking over the phone, ask for the Midnight Dome Enduro Mountain Bike Race Event rate. If booking online, put the same rate name in the comments box.

Yukon Energy Midnight Dome Enduro

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Enduro

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Dawson City

Description

Join us in Dawson City for the 2nd annual Yukon Energy Midnight Dome Enduro. This is a fun, community-oriented event with incredible trails, prizes and swag!

Open to all ages. Kids 12 years or younger need to ride with an adult.

View photos and a story from the 2021 event

A portion of each event registration will be donated to help maintain and build new trails on the Midnight Dome.

Thanks to our title sponsor, Yukon Energy for helping us make the Midnight Dome Enduro happen.

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Course details

  • We start at Crocus Bluff baseball field and a shuttle will take everyone to the top
  • Midnight Dome trails we’ll ride include Pay Dirt, Nänkäk Zu’, Tyhoid Descent, Dome Dive, Dome uptrack, Hammarstrand, Dish Pig, Buried Treasure, Crocus Ridge and Supply and Demand, plus more trails for 2022!
  • We finish at Minto Park with a BBQ, prizes and festivities

Course timing

  • We will be using timing equipment

Location

We start and finish at Crocus Bluff baseball field. Corner of Dome Road and Klondike Highway.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $55. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $15. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Shuttle rides back up the mountain. You can also ride your bike, true enduro style
  • Midnight Dome Enduro branded merchandise
  • Midnight Dome Enduro race plate for your bike
  • A delicious beverage from Winterlong Brewing for adult participants
  • Lunch and snacks will be provided during the event by Dawson City General Store
  • BBQ after the event is over (burger, chips and drink) by Dawson City Volunteer Fire Department
  • Amazing prizes to be won
  • Discounted room rates at the Eldorado Hotel
Accommodations in Dawson City

We have struck a deal with the Eldorado Hotel to offer discounted room rates for participants and others attending this event.

  • Standard room with 2 double beds or 1 queen size bed is $129 per night, plus 5% GST
  • Executive suite with 2 queen beds is $169 per night, plus 5% GST
  • Rates are based on single or double occupancy. Additional guests are subject to a charge of $15 per person, per night, plus GST. Maximum occupancy for a room with 2 double beds or 2 queen beds is 4 persons. For those travelling with children 12 and under, there is no charge provided they stay in the same room as a registered parent/guardian
  • These rates are valid August 19, 20 and 21, 2022.

Phone 1-800-764-3536 (in Northern BC and Yukon) or 867-993-5451 to book. You can also book online. If booking over the phone, ask for the Midnight Dome Enduro Mountain Bike Race Event rate. If booking online, put the same rate name in the comments box.

Recommended protective gear

Full-face helmets are recommended for all participants. Knee pads are recommended as well as elbow pads, gloves and eyewear.

2022 Yukon DH Mountain Bike Championships

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Downhill

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The Yukon DH Mountain Bike Championships is a territorial race event that will crown Yukon’s top downhill racers in multiple categories.

Register for event

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Location

Mount Sima. 770 Mount Sima Road.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $35. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $25. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate. You must be 13 years of age or older.

Both adults and youth participants are responsible for purchasing your own Mount Sima lift ticket.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Results via timing system
  • Yukon DH Mountain Bike Championships race plate for your bike
  • Amazing prizes to be won

PMBIA Level 1 course

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Event type(s)Coach development Skills training

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

We have organized a 3-day Professional Mountain Bike Instructors Association (PMBIA) Level 1 course to take place August 5 to 7, 2022 in Whitehorse, Yukon.

The Level 1 course will train both new and experienced instructors to skillfully teach and guide beginner to intermediate mountain bikers, in both cross country and downhill environments.

New instructors will learn the tools they need to safely and effectively teach, while experienced instructors will increase their level of skill and understanding in teaching and riding theory, that the PMBI Certifications uniquely provide.

You must be at least 15 years old to participate.

Register for course

Enter the code YCA2022PMBI when prompted.

Thanks to Lotteries Yukon for their financial support to host the PMBIA courses.

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive.

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Cost

$640.

You must be a CAY member to register in the course. Each person will pay their own entry fee direct to PMBIA during online registration.

PMBIA Level 2 Air course

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Event type(s)Coach development Skills training

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

We have organized a 4-day Professional Mountain Bike Instructors Association (PMBIA) Level 2 Air course to take place August 3 to 6, 2022 in Whitehorse, Yukon.

This is a professional training module that can be used in a variety of ways, by either PMBI Level 1 or 2 instructors and guides.

You must be at least 15 years old to participate.

Register for course

Enter the code YCA2022PMBI when prompted.

Thanks to Lotteries Yukon for their financial support to host the PMBIA courses.

Location

Mount Sima. 770 Mount Sima Road.

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Cost

$690.

You must be a CAY member to register in the course. Each person will pay their own entry fee direct to PMBIA during online registration.

Cadence Cycle (Return of the) Monster Enduro

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Enduro

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro is a fun event with timed downhill sections and un-timed but mandatory uphills. The course will be a variety of Whitehorse’s prime singletrack trails including challenging descents.

This event is intended for intermediate and better riders.

Read an article about last year’s Monster Enduro

Thanks to our title sponsor Cadence Cycle for helping us make this event happen!

Register for event

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Location

Grey Mountain trails.

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- Meet at the parking lot near B&S on Grey Mountain Road ready to ride by 10:30 a.m.
- Mandatory riders meeting at 10:40 a.m.
- We start at 11 a.m. and plan to be done by 4:30 p.m.

With a total distance of 25 km and some of Whitehorse’s more challenging descents, you have to be at least 14 years old to participate.

Course map

View course map on Trailforks

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $35. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $25. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

- A Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro race plate for your bike
- Snacks will be provided by Cadence Cycle at the start of Stage 3 (Gnarwall)
- Results via timing system
- Draw prizes and category winner prizes
- BBQ at event finish. Delicious!

2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon mountain bike team qualifications, Race 3

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

This is a mandatory qualification event for athletes who want to be part of the 2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon mountain bike team.

Register for event

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Cross country (XCO)

  • 6 p.m. start
  • Female, 1h30
  • Male, 1h30

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are free ($0). You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate. You must be 13 years of age or older.

2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon mountain bike team qualifications, Race 2

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

This is a mandatory qualification event for athletes who want to be part of the 2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon mountain bike team.

Register for event

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Short track (XCC)

  • 6 p.m. start
  • Female, approximately 20 minutes
  • Male, approximately 20 minutes

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are free ($0). You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate. You must be 13 years of age or older.

Tuk Time Trial Gravel Gran Fondo

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Event type(s)Gran Fondo Gravel

Organizer Inuvik Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Inuvik

Description

Inuvik Cycling Club presents the Tuk Time Trial Gravel Gran Fondo (Tuktoyaktuk to Inuvik), a 156km bike ride.

Full distance and team relay events. E-Bikes are welcome.

Helmets are mandatory.

Transportation and snacks provided, with a BBQ in Inuvik afterwards.

For more information or to volunteer for the event, email 911chris.bruckner@gmail.com.

Location

Meet at the Arctic Ocean sign in Tuktoyaktuk.

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Cost

Free ($0).

Southern Lakes Gran Fondo

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Event type(s)Gran Fondo

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Marsh Lake

Description

Southern Lakes Yukon Gran Fondo is an annual road relay around the beautiful Southern Lakes communities of Carcross, Marsh Lake, Mount Lorne and Tagish.

Now in its 14th year, the 173 km route can be ridden solo or with team-mates.

Come for the event, stay for the shindig and make it home to bed all in a day.

Register for event

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Location

McClintock Bay Adventures. 62 Swan Haven Drive in Marsh Lake. The event starts and ends at this location.

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Cost

$45.

To participate in this event, we recommend a CAY membership.

Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro: Learn to Race

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Enduro Skills training

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

If you’re new to mountain bike racing or want to improve your enduro race results, this is a 3 hour, on-trail workshop led by skilled coaches from Terra Riders Yukon.

You will learn how to corner better, brake smarter, descend faster and be more confident in competitive situations. Intended for intermediate level riders who are planning to enter the Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro.

You don’t need to be entered in the race in order to participate.

Register for workshop

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Location

Meet at the parking lot near B&S on Grey Mountain Road.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $25. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $25. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate. You must be 14 years of age or older.

Recommended protective gear

Knee pads are recommended as well as elbow pads, gloves and eyewear.

Cycling Association of Yukon AGM

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Event type(s)

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Not applicable

Community Whitehorse

Description

Our AGM will be in-person at a Sport Yukon boardroom in Whitehorse and online using Zoom.

Attend in-person

Join us at Sport Yukon to attend in-person.

Attend online

https://us05web.zoom.us/j/83009803126?pwd=TnRJNERORGFFdXRjZUxPQjErd0k5Zz09

Meeting ID: 830 0980 3126
Passcode: 93CprC

AGM agenda

Our agenda is:

  • Call to Order
  • Motion to adopt Rules of Order
  • Review of Agenda
  • Motion to Appoint Chair for remainder of AGM
  • Review of Minutes of Special Annual General Meeting October 20, 2021
  • President’s Report
  • Financial Report
  • Election of Officers and Directors
  • Adjournment

CAY board positions open for election

The following board positions will be available. You must be a CAY member to vote and/or be elected.

  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Directors (up to 4 positions)

Board positions are 1-year terms, with option to serve for re-election. Board roles require a commitment to attend board meetings, sector specific meetings and engage in inter-meeting email decisions and discussions as needed. A commitment of about 2 hours per month is expected.

Location

Sport Yukon (boardroom)

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Cost

Free ($0).

2022 Yukon Energy Road Championships

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Event type(s)Road: Criterium Road: Road race Road: Time trial

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

This is a stage race consisting of a individual time trial, road race and criterium. You must participate in all 3 events to win overall, but you can also just enter single or multiple events.

Thanks to our title sponsor, Yukon Energy for helping us make this event happen.

The 2022 Yukon Energy Road Championships is a mandatory qualification event for athletes who want to be part of the 2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon road cycling team. We will follow the same sequence of events as at Canada Summer Games.

Register for event

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Individual Time Trial

Friday, June 10. 7 p.m. race start

Adults and youth 16 years of age and older

Male: 20 km (10 km out and back course)
Female: 15 km (7.5 km out and back course)

Youth 15 years of age and younger

Male: 10 km (5 km out and back course)
Female: 10 km (5 km out and back course)

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Road Race

Saturday, June 11. 10 a.m. race start

Adults and youth 16 years of age and older

Male: 120 km (20 laps of 6 km course)
Female: 84 km (14 laps of 6 km course)

Youth 15 years of age and younger

Male: 42 km (7 laps of 6 km course)
Female: 42 km (7 laps of 6 km course)

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Criterium

Sunday, June 12. 10 a.m. race start

Adults and youth 16 years of age and older

Male: 50 km (50 laps of 1 km course)
Female: 40 km (40 laps of 1 km course)

Youth 15 years of age and younger

Male: 20 km (20 laps of 1 km course)
Female: 20 km (20 laps of 1 km course)

View course map

Location

Individual Time Trial
Meet at Army Beach, Marsh Lake. View location on map.

Road Race
Meet at Rock Gardens parking lot on Hamilton Boulevard. View location on map.

Criterium
Meet at Titanium Way near Selkirk Development Corporation building. View location on map.

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $35. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $25. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Yukon Energy Road Championships socks and duffle bags
  • Prizes to be won
  • Food and drinks

2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon mountain bike team qualifications, Race 1

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

This is a mandatory qualification event for athletes who want to be part of the 2022 Canada Summer Games Yukon mountain bike team.

Register for event

Register now

June 4: Short track (XCC)

  • 11 a.m. start
  • Female, approximately 20 minutes
  • Male, approximately 20 minutes

June 5: Cross country (XCO)

  • 11 a.m. start
  • Female, 1h30
  • Male, 1h30

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive.

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Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $15. You also need an annual CAY ($60) or single event ($30) membership to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $15. You also need an annual CAY ($40) or single event ($30) membership to participate. You must be 13 years of age or older.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Amazing prizes to be won

PMBIA Level 1 course

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Event type(s)Coach development Skills training

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

We have organized a 3-day Professional Mountain Bike Instructors Association (PMBIA) Level 1 course to take place June 3 to 5, 2022 in Whitehorse, Yukon.

The Level 1 course will train both new and experienced instructors to skillfully teach and guide beginner to intermediate mountain bikers, in both cross country and downhill environments.

New instructors will learn the tools they need to safely and effectively teach, while experienced instructors will increase their level of skill and understanding in teaching and riding theory, that the PMBI Certifications uniquely provide.

You must be at least 15 years old to participate.

Register for course

Enter the code YCA2022PMBI when prompted.

Thanks to Lotteries Yukon for their financial support to host the PMBIA courses.

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive.

View location on map

Cost

$640.

You must be a CAY member to register in the course. Each person will pay their own entry fee direct to PMBIA during online registration.

City of Whitehorse bike rodeo

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Event type(s)Kids and youth Skills training

Organizer City of Whitehorse

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Whitehorse

Description

Join us at Shipyards Park in Whitehorse for the City of Whitehorse bike rodeo! This is part of Bike to Work and School Week.

Ages 4 to 14 with a guardian are welcome. Bring your own bike and helmet.

Register online at City of Whitehorse. Course ID is 31757.

Location

Shipyards Park, Whitehorse.

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Cost

Free ($0).

Commute by Bike Week

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Event type(s)Commuting

Organizer City of Whitehorse

Insurance coverage Not applicable

Community Whitehorse

Description

Formerly known as Bike to Work and School Week, City of Whitehorse has once again teamed up with Yukon Energy to encourage more residents to Commute by Bike from Monday, May 30 to Sunday, June 5.

There are trophies for the workplace and school with the highest participation.

Visit one of our snack stops at the Robert Campbell Bridge, Airport Trail, and Shipyards Park on Thursday, June 2 between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. for a treat and a high-five!

Location

Visit us at one of three nutrition stations on Thursday, June 2 between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m.

  • On Lewes Boulevard on the Riverdale side of Robert Campbell Bridge
  • On the Airport Trail near the Alaska Highway
  • On the Riverfront Trail by Shipyards Park

Cost

Free ($0).

Register at yxybybike.com, log your commute and you could win a prize.

Gritty C.O.G.

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Event type(s)Gravel

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Come and gather, ride, and rejoice with friends new and old at the Gritty C.O.G.

Connect with a network of local riders. Find a new training partner. Extend the bridge of friendship across the generational divide…and ruthlessly try to rip their legs off!!

Or…you know… just come out for a fun ride, make some friends and chill in the beer garden. We’ll be stoked to see you either way (and your noble steed, of course).

Register for event

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Location

Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mt. Sima Rd.

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Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

Tour de Skagway

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Event type(s)Road: Hill climb Road: Road race Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Carcross

Description

This is a 3-part stage race consisting of a time trial, hill climb and road race. You must participate in all 3 races to win the tour, but you can also do just 1 or 2 events but it won’t count for the overall win.

  • Saturday, May 21. Time trial. 11 a.m. start. Ride from Canada Customs back towards Carcross for 10km and return for 20km in total.
  • Saturday, May 21. Hill climb. 3 p.m. start. About 12km for a one way effort from Canada Customs to top of summit.
  • Sunday, May 22. Road race. 12 p.m. start. Ride from US side of Canada Customs to the top of the summit and back. 12km one way. 48km distances and 72km distances.

Event categories: Male and Female U9, U11, U13, U15, U17, U19, adult (novice, sport, expert, masters).

Location

Various locations near Fraser summit. See description for details.

Cost

$5 per event or $15 for 3 events.

To participate in this event, you need to have a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership, which includes a 2022 CAY membership.

Tour de Haines Junction

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Event type(s)Road: Hill climb Road: Road race Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Haines Junction

Description

This is a 3-part stage race consisting of a time trial, hill climb and road race. You must participate in all 3 races to win the tour, but you can also do just 1 or 2 events but it won’t count for the overall win.

  • Saturday, May 14. Time Trial. 11 a.m. start across from the RCMP (park by the gas station and lookout across from RCMP). Route goes from RCMP out to Bear Creek Lodge for 10 km, turn around and back (20 km total).
  • Saturday, May 14. Hill climb. 3 p.m. start from Bear Creek Lodge (where Time Trial turns around) and goes up the big hill direction of Beaver Creek. Race ends at the top of the hill, which is about a 10 km distance.
  • Sunday, May 15. Road race. 12 p.m. start at Kathleen Lake lookout, which is a few kilometers before the turn off to the Kathleen Lake campground. Route is to leave the Kathleen Lake lookout, go out 25 km and return to the start. Distances are 100 km for expert men, 50-75 km for expert women/teens, 25 km for youth aged 12 and under.

Event categories: Male and Female U9, U11, U13, U15, U17, U19, adult (novice, sport, expert, masters).

Location

Various locations around Haines Junction. See description for details.

Cost

$5 per event or $15 for 3 events.

To participate in this event, you need to have a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership, which includes a 2022 CAY membership.

HopOn instructor training

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Event type(s)Coach development Kids and youth Skills training

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

This is an in-person training and certification event for instructors who are involved with our HopOn kids cycling program.

The first day (May 7) focus on NCCP basic skills and the second day (May 8) is the HopOn program orientation. Both days will be facilitated by Cycling Canada employees.

The course is free ($0) and offered by Cycling Association of Yukon.

If you have questions about HopOn or want to be an instructor, email info@yukoncycling.com.

Location

To be announced.

Cost

Free ($0) for HopOn Yukon instructors.

You must be a CAY member to participate and will be reimbursed for your membership.

Velonorth Opening Weekend

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Event type(s)Informal social gathering

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Not applicable

Community Whitehorse

Description

We’re kicking off the road/gravel riding season with our 2022 Opening Weekend event!

Start or finish (or stop in during) your ride at Winterlong Brewing on Sat. April 30 and buy your 2022 Velonorth membership (credit card payment only).

  • Discounted beer and food for new member sign-ups (in-person or online memberships welcome)
  • Season event schedule reveal
  • Meet riding buddies new, and old
  • Gather intel on all the best local road and gravel routes
  • Your annual membership is your SEASON PASS to ALL Velonorth events in 2022

Location

Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mt. Sima Rd.

View location on map

Cost

There is no cost to take part in this informal cycling happening, but we will be selling annual memberships ($10 Velonorth membership + $60 CAY membership).

Matt’s Aklavik Icebreaker

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Event type(s)Group ride

Organizer Inuvik Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Inuvik

Description

On April 10, the Inuvik Cycling Club is hosting the 2nd Annual Matt’s Aklavik Icebreaker.

Matt’s Aklavik Icebreaker is a supported 120km group bicycle ride from Inuvik to the remote community of Aklavik on the ice road for mental health awareness.

Riders will cycle on Mackenzie Delta river network with spectacular views of the Richardson Mountains along the way. Pictures don’t do this ride justice–you have to experience the environment firsthand.

Prior to departure, mental health professionals from various community organizations will talk about mental health and highlight available resources for those in need.

Together we will work toward ending negative stereotypes associated with mental illness, let everybody know that ‘it’s ok to not feel ok,’ and communicate where people can access support.

The event is named after former ICC member Matt Hamilton, who originally conceived the idea of organizing a group ride to Aklavik. Tragically, Matt died February of 2021.

Studded tires and helmet are mandatory.

Email 911chris.bruckner@gmail.com for more information.

Location

Inuvik Boat Launch

Cost

Free ($0).

‘Breaking Away’ Yukon Style (on fat bikes)

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Event type(s)Fat biking

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

U Kon Echelon is putting on a fat bike event for Yukon Rendevous! Ever seen the iconic “Breaking Away” cycling movie? This is it, but fat bike style! Come one, come all.

Age categories

Youth, teens and adults.

Duration

1 hour to 1.5 hours, depending on age category.

Route

Hidden Lake in Porter Creek. Loop style race.

Start and finish times

Youth race: 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

We will use a loop on Hidden Lake for youth. The loop is about 1 km around and youth will ride around as many times as they can in the hour, solo or in partners, with breaks as required. We have small fat bikes will fit riders 4’5 up to 5’4. Bikes can be shared; there’s 3 fat bikes for smaller folks, plus mediums and larges. Bring sleds to go sliding. Food and drink provided after race.

Teems and adult race: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Do as many loops as you can. Start at Hidden Lake, go up the hill to the power line, back to Porter Creek Secondary School, behind baseball diamonds and back down to the lake. Last 30 minutes is as many lake laps as you can do.

Register for event

Pre-registration closes February 23, 2022.

Pre-register for Breaking Away

Meet at the Porter Creek Secondary School parking lot to check in between 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Location

Porter Creek Secondary School parking lot. 1405 Hickory Street. We will ride down to the start together.

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need to have a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership, which includes a 2022 CAY membership.

Got questions?

If you have questions about our event, contact trenairving@gmail.com.

5+ Hours of Light Fat Bike Festival

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Event type(s)Fat biking

Organizer Contagious Mountain Bike Club

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Whitehorse

Description

The 5+ Hours of Light Fat Bike Festival is the same concept as a 24 hour mountain bike event, but in winter…on snow…on fat bikes.

Event course is on packed Wolf Creek trails that start and finish at the campground. Ride as many laps as you can of our 10 km fat biking loop.

Come out for all or part of the day. Race solo, or as a team (8 people on a team, maximum).

In 2019, we had 78 riders who together completed 214 laps, or 1,926 kms total!

11:07 till 16:46 Yukon time is your window of opportunity.

Register for event

Register for 5+ Hours of Light

Location

Wolf Creek Campground.

View location on map

Cost

$20 for Contagious Mountain Bike Club members.

Fat Bike Rally

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Event type(s)Fat biking

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

We’re kicking off the Yukon’s 2021/22 fat bike season with a fun event at the Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest trails.

This is a family-friendly, low-key affair on your choice of a 2km or 5km loop course. Routes will be marked. Do as many laps as you want, at your own pace. Beginners welcome!

Course map

We will use the Research Forest building and serve hot drinks and snacks. Bring your own thermal mug.

Thanks to our sponsors, Icycle Sports and Cadence Cycle for helping us make the Fat Bike Rally happen.

Cadence Cycle logo

COVID-19 information

We will follow the Government of Yukon guidelines for proof of vaccination and masks.

Showing proof of vaccination

If you’re 12 years of age or older you must have proof that you’ve received 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccination. We will be checking, so bring proof with you. You cannot participate if you’ve had only 1 dose.

Mask wearing

Anyone aged 5 and over must wear a mask unless you’re riding your bike. Let’s maintain a 2-metre distance between people who are not in same household. We will allow up to 50 per cent occupancy when indoors.

Register for event

There is a limit of 50 participants, so sign up today. Registration closes on November 27.

Sorry, registration is closed.

Location

Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest parking lot.

View location on map

Cost

  • Adults (17 and older) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($45) to participate.
  • Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($30) to participate.
  • If you don’t have a CAY membership it’s still free ($0) but you need to sign an online waiver.

What you’ll get with your registration

A fun event, hot chocolate, coffee, snacks and draw prizes.

Bring your own thermal mug.

Gravel Growler

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Event type(s)Gravel

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Velonorth is serving up your favourite gravel route sandwiched between a hot breakfast and cold pint.

Choose between a short (40km) and long (65km) multi-surface course that takes in some of Whitehorse’s best gravel and dirt.

Join us at 9:30 a.m. for an optional, but highly recommended pre-ride carb top up. Ride your guts out. And then tip a pint with us in the new Winterlong beer garden.

Long course? Short course? No need to decide now! You can confirm your distance on the morning of.

Get more information

Register for event

Register for Gravel Growler

Location

Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mt. Sima Rd.

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

YXYCross

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Event type(s)Cyclocross Kids and youth

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Cyclocross is the circus of cycling. Come find out why.

Events for all ages and experience levels. Super fun and challenging course.

Get more information

Register for event

Register for YXYCross

Location

Mt. Mac XC Ski Stadium (adjacent to the Canada Games Centre)

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

Singletrack to Success 15th anniversary - Singletrack to Connect Bike Bingo

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Event type(s)Fundraiser

Organizer Destination Carcross

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Carcross

Description

It’s the 15th anniversary of Singletrack to Success and the crew needs you support!

Donate to the fundraiser and show your support by getting your riding crew out to participate in a fun Bike Bingo event with C/TFN language, craft, food, story and other experiences on the mountain.

Bike Bingo event schedule

  • Register from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot by S.S. Tutshi in the Carcross Commons. View location on map
  • Ride from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Chílíh Dzéłeʼ / Tsálgi Shaayí / Montana Mountain in Carcross
  • Draw prizes from sponsors at 3:30 p.m.

Download the event pamphlet

Location

Montana Mountain in Carcross

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0) to enter.

Your donation will go directly to crew wages to keep Carcross/Tagish First Nation youth working on the trails for the rest of the season.

 

GRMB: Gravel, Road and Mountain Bike Relay

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Event type(s)Gravel Mountain bike: Cross-country Road

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Starting and Finishing at the Magnusson trails parking lot on Grey Mountain (2km from Alsek Rd), this event for solo riders or teams of 2, will put your full array of bicycle piloting skills to the test.

GRMB will start at 2 p.m.

Register for event

Register for GRMB

Location

Magnusson trails parking lot on Grey Mountain.

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

Royalty of the Canyon

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Contagious Mountain Bike Club

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Whitehorse

Description

Royalty of the Canyon is a friendly mountain bike race on Grey Mountain.

Everyone is welcome to either participate in a 25 km ride (about 2 to 3 hours) or for the most tenacious, a 50 km ride (about 3 to 5 hours) depending on your hardcore-ness).

We are looking for participants ready to finish, or not!

Be part of the party and the event. It will be a great day to bike, as much as you can.

Course details

50 km
  • Schwatka boat launch to Chadburn Yellow - Hidden Loop to Lower Roller Coaster - Upper Roller Coaster to Magnusson parking lot.
  • Yellow Brick Road to Woodcutters - Downtown Boogaloo to Go-T to Mother-T to Hula Girl - Hilarious to Boogaloo North - URT to Gates - Blues Brother to Quiller - Long Flat to Cantlie Road - Baby Head Grind
  • GMR to Payback - SFD to Girlfriend to Juicy - Yukon River Trail to Rim trail to boat launch with rowdy cheering and the sweet smell of victory with a BBQ and prizes. (without the rowdy cheering & BBQ…because COVID-19)
25 km
  • Schwatka boat launch to Chadburn Yellow - Hidden Loop to Lower Roller Coaster - Gates to Blues Brother to Quiller - Long Flat to Cantlie Road
  • Baby Head Grind - GMR to Payback - SFD to Girlfriend to Juicy - Yukon River Trail to Rim Trail to boat launch with rowdy cheering and the sweet smell of victory with a BBQ and prizes. (without the rowdy cheering & BBQ…because COVID-19)

Register for event

Registration will open soon.

Location

Start and finish at the Shwatcka Lake boat launch on Chadburn Lake road.

View location on map

Cost

$15 for Contagious Mountain Bike Club (CMBC) members. Become a member.

$20 for non-CMBC members.

Course timing

Strava or honour system timed.

Prizes

  • Fastest female 50 km Queen
  • Fastest female 25 km Princess
  • Fastest male 50 km King
  • Fastest male 25 km Prince
  • Prizes for every volunteer
  • Draw prizes for participants

Midnight Dome Enduro

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Event type(s)Kids and youth Mountain bike: Enduro

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Dawson City

Description

Join us in Dawson City for the Midnight Dome Enduro. This is a fun, community-oriented event with incredible trails, prizes and swag!

Open to all ages. Kids 12 years or younger need to ride with an adult.

A portion of each event registration will be donated to help maintain and build new trails on the Midnight Dome.

Thanks to our sponsors, Icycle Sports and Yukon Energy for helping us make the Midnight Dome Enduro happen.

Register for event

There is a limit of 40 entry spots (20 adults and 20 youth) available, so register today!

Register for Midnight Dome Enduro

Course details

  • We start at Crocus Bluff baseball field and a shuttle will take everyone to the top
  • Midnight Dome trails we’ll ride include Pay Dirt, Nänkäk Zu', Tyhoid Descent, Dome Dive, Dome uptrack, Hammarstrand, Dish Pig, Buried Treasure, Crocus Ridge and Supply and Demand
  • We finish back at Crocus Bluff with a BBQ provided by Dawson City Volunteer Fire Department
  • Total of about 20 km
View course map

Course timing

  • We will be using Strava to time segments
  • Riders will leave at 1 minute intervals

Location

We start and finish at Crocus Bluff baseball field. Corner of Dome Road and Klondike Highway.

View location on map

Event package pick-up

Meet us at the farmer's market stand on Front Street, across from Klondyke Cream and Candy at 8 p.m. on Friday, August 20. We will give each person a bag with event information, race plate, zip-ties and a bunch of great stuff for you to keep.

View location on map

Event start and finish times

  • Youth (under 17) event will start at 8:45 a.m. and finish at 11:30 a.m. Meet at Crocus Bluff at 9 a.m., ready to ride. There will be a shuttle to take everyone up the mountain, for 2 runs. Participants who are 12 years or younger need to ride with an adult who is registered to participate in the event or has signed a release waiver on-site
  • Participants who want to ride in the morning youth event and in the adult event will be permitted, but you have to be at least 13 years old to ride in the afternoon. This is because we’ll be on more difficult trails
  • Adult (17 and older) event will start at 12:30 p.m. and finish at 3:30 p.m. Meet at Crocus Bluff at 12 p.m., ready to ride. There will be a shuttle to take everyone up the mountain
  • BBQ for everyone at Crocus Bluff starts at 3:30 p.m.

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $35. You also need a CAY membership ($45) to participate. There are a maximum of 20 entry spots available.

Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You need to sign a release waiver or have a CAY membership ($30) to participate. There are a maximum of 20 entry spots available.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • Free shuttle rides back up the mountain. You can also ride up on your bike, true enduro style
  • A Midnight Dome Enduro branded buff
  • A Midnight Dome Enduro race plate for your bike
  • Lunch will be provided by Dawson City General Store
  • BBQ for everyone after the adult event is over (burger, chips and drink)
  • Amazing prizes to be won
  • Discounted room rates at the Eldorado Hotel
Recommended protective gear

Full-face helmets are recommended for all participants. Knee pads are recommended as well as elbow pads, gloves and eyewear.

Accommodations in Dawson City

We have struck a deal with the Eldorado Hotel to offer discounted room rates for participants and others attending the Midnight Dome Enduro.

  • Standard room with 2 double beds or 1 queen size bed is $119 per night, plus 5% GST
  • Executive suite with 2 queen beds is $159 per night, plus 5% GST
  • Rates are based on single or double occupancy. Additional guests are subject to a charge of $15 per person, per night, plus GST. Maximum occupancy for a room with 2 double beds or 2 queen beds is 4 persons. For those travelling with children 12 and under, there is no charge provided they stay in the same room as a registered parent/guardian
  • These rates are valid August 20 and 21, 2021
  • Your stay at the Eldorado Hotel is eligible for the Yukoner Travel Rebate Program

Phone 1-800-764-3536 (in Northern BC and Yukon) or 867-993-5451 to book. You can also book online. If booking over the phone, ask for the Midnight Dome Enduro Mountain Bike Race Event rate. If booking online, put the same rate name in the comments box.

ShredHERs enduro

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Enduro

Organizer Contagious Mountain Bike Club

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Whitehorse

Description

ShredHERs enduro is open to all women and girls out there, from first time riders to local rippers.

We just want to hang out and enjoy an amazing day with a bunch of rad ladies!

Get more information

Location

Magnusson parking lot, Grey Mountain.

Cost

$15 for CMBC members. $25 for non-CMBC members.

Junior Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships

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Event type(s)Kids and youth Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The Junior Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships is just that, a little version of our Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships!

This event is intended for novice cyclists and kids aged 5 to 11 years old. Participants 5 to 7 years old must ride with a parent or adult. Ages 7 to 11 can ride with teen/adult coaches or a parent for their race.

Thanks to our sponsor, Icycle Sports for helping us make this event happen.

Register for event

Registration closes August 3, 2021.

Register for Junior Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships

Duration

30 minutes, depending on age category.

Route

On various Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest trails.

Loop style, 5 km race. Route will be flagged.

Start and finish times

Arrive at 6 p.m. to sign in. Event starts at 6:30 p.m.

Location

Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest parking lot.

View location on map

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($45) to participate.

Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($30) to participate.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • A 2021 Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships race plate for your bike
  • Draw prizes and category winner prizes

Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships

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Event type(s)Kids and youth Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships is a territorial race event that we will use to identify interested athletes for the Canada Summer Games. The next Canada Summer Games is to be held in Niagra, Ontario in August 2022.

Although it’s a race intended for youth athletes, this event is open to anyone. Adults are welcome and encouraged to participate!

The course will be a variety of Mt McIntyre’s prime singletrack trails including challenging ascents and descents.

Thanks to our sponsor, Icycle Sports for helping us make this event happen.

Course details

  • We start and finish at Fireweed Junction on the Whitehorse Cross-Country Ski Club trails. If you’re not familiar with this area, go to the end of Calypso Canyon. The start will be in this vicinity
  • Trails will include Rebirth, Calypso Canyon, Reimer Reason and several others in a multi-lap format. View the Strava segment
  • The 2.86km course is designed to take about 1 to 1.5 hours for fast riders to complete
  • Younger participants will ride 4 laps and older participants will ride 6 laps
  • Start time: 11 a.m.
  • Mandatory riders meeting: 10:30 a.m. at Fireweed Junction

Register for event

Registration closes at midnight on July 30, 2021.

Register for Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships

COVID-19 safety

We will be following the latest guidance from the Government of Yukon.

  • Everyone who attends must wear a mask and keep 6 feet of distance from others
  • Participants can remove their mask at the start line, and after completing the event must put their mask back on
  • Hand sanitizer and cleaning will be provided
  • Do not share bottles or food
  • Participants will leave with staggered starts, 1 minute apart in groups of no more than 10

Course timing

Event will be timed.

Location

Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club, 1 Sumanik Drive. Meet us at Fireweed Junction. If you’re not familiar with this area, go to the end of Calypso Canyon. The start will be in this vicinity.

View location on map

Don’t know how to get to Fireweed Junction?

Meet us in the Ski Stadium (next to the portable at the end of the Canada Games Centre parking lot) at 9:45 a.m. to ride to the start together.

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($45) to participate.

Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($30) to participate.

Categories

  • Adult, open
  • 19 years and under (U19)
  • 17 years and under (U17)
  • 15 years and under (U15)
  • 13 years and under (U13)
  • Male and female in each category

You must be at least 12 years old to enter.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • A 2021 Yukon XC Mountain Bike Championships race plate for your bike
  • Draw prizes and category winner prizes

Sewage Slayer

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Event type(s)Gravel

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

This is the event we’ve all been waiting for because all the gravelleurs in Whitehorse know, “The Sewage Lagoon is SO hot right now!”

The first ever Sewage Slayer is a mass start, 2-person relay event on one of the most deceptively scenic and challenging gravel segments in Whitehorse; from Riverdale to the Sewage Lagoon on Long Lake Road. And back.

Your team #1 will ride from the start at the Education Building (corner of Lewes Blvd and Hospital Rd) to the Sewage Lagoon where they'll deposit their timing stick into the hands of their team #2 who'll tackle the return leg.

Register for event

Register for Sewage Slayer

Location

1000 Lewes Boulevard

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth and CAY members.

$12.50 for non-members. Become a member

ParticipACTION mountain bike race 5

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Part of a series of mountain bike race events sponsored by ParticipACTION.

Age categories

  • 5 to 6 years old, ride with parent
  • 7 to 8 years old, ride with parent or adult/teen ride mentor
  • 9 to 11 years old, ride with teen/adult mentor
  • 12 and older
  • Adult: Novice, sport and expert

Duration

20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on age category.

Route

On various Chadburn Lake trails. Loop style race. Route will be flagged and participants younger than 11 years old will ride with teen/adult coaches or a parent for their race.

Start and finish times

  • Race 1: 4 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.. Ages 12 and up, adults.
  • Race 2: 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.. Ages 5 to 11.

Location

Chadburn lake ski kiosk, a few kilometres down Chadburn Lake road at the right side parking area.

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need to sign a waiver and have a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

Titanium Way Criterium

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Event type(s)Road: Criterium

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Loops around Titanium Way, Whitehorse.

  • Warm-up from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Start at 7 p.m. until 8 p.m.
  • 10 km for youth, 20 km for teens and adults

Location

Titanium Way. Meet at dirt parking lot next to Ducks Unlimited (do not park in business parking area).

View location on map

Cost

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

Velonorth Segment Slam

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Event type(s)Gravel Road

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

We’re setting up 10 unique and challenging segments around Whitehorse and throwing down the gauntlet to Whitehorse cyclists, all weekend long: Beginning noon Friday, June 25th - midnight Sunday, June 27th, ride these segments as often as you want, with one caveat - ride ‘em as hard as you can.

It don’t matter what kind of bike you’re on, or what you’re wearing while you’re on it, we want you to push yourself.

Segment descriptions will be shared to velonorthyukon.ca, Facebook and Strava.

We’ll keep times (for those of you who are interested) and everyone who participates will have a chance to win some great prizes from our sponsors.

Location

Various locations in and around Whitehorse.

Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

ParticipACTION mountain bike race 4

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Part of a series of mountain bike race events sponsored by ParticipACTION.

Age categories

  • 5 to 6 years old, ride with parent
  • 7 to 8 years old, ride with parent or adult/teen ride mentor
  • 9 to 11 years old, ride with teen/adult mentor
  • 12 and older
  • Adult: Novice, sport and expert

Duration

20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on age category.

Route

On various Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest trails. Loop style race. Route will be flagged and participants younger than 11 years old will ride with teen/adult coaches or a parent for their race.

Start and finish times

  • Race 1: 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.. Ages 12 and up, adults.
  • Race 2: 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.. Ages 5 to 11.

Location

Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest parking lot.

View location on map

Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need to sign a waiver and have a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Enduro

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro is a fun event with timed downhill sections and un-timed but mandatory uphills. The course will be a variety of Whitehorse's prime singletrack trails including challenging descents.

This event is intended for intermediate and better riders.

A portion of each event registration will be donated to CMBC to help maintain and build new trails on Grey Mountain.

Thanks to our sponsor Cadence Cycle for helping us make this event happen!

Course details

  • We start at the parking lot before B&S on Grey Mountain and will ride up to Easy Money together in waves of no more than 10 riders at a time due to COVID-19 restrictions
  • Stage 1: Start at the bench on Easy Money and ride More Money, Payback, SFD and end at Cantlie Lake Road. Riders leave at 1 minute intervals
  • Un-timed ride up Cantlie Road to Grey Mountain Road, then to El Camino parking, Magnusson Green, Downtown Boogaloo, Go T, Dream Trail and Mother T
  • Stage 2: Start at the top of Mother T and ride the Fat Tire link, end at bottom of Magnusson Pink. Riders leave at 1 minute intervals
  • Un-timed ride up Magnusson Red, Downtown Boogaloo, Go T and Dream Trail. Required break at Gnarwall
  • Stage 3: Start at Gnarwall and ride Rehab, Go T, Downtown Boogaloo, Boogaloo Heights, Upper Boogaloo, gravel hill and down to the Magnussion trailhead parking lot. Riders leave at 1 minute intervals
  • We finish at the Magnusson trailhead. View location on map
  • Total distance of about 30 km

See map for details. Pink are timed sections and blue are un-timed sections.

There is a limit of 50 entry spots available, so register today!

Register for Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro

Course timing

  • We will be using timing equipment. You will be required to carry a small timing stick and dip it at each of the start locations, then return to us at the finish
  • Riders will leave at 1 minute intervals on downhill sections

Location

We start at the parking lot near B&S on Grey Mountain Road. We finish at Magnusson trailhead parking lot also on Grey Mountain Road.

View start location on map

Event start and finish times

  • We start at 11 a.m. and plan to be done by 4:30 p.m.
  • Meet at the parking lot near B&S on Grey Mountain Road ready to ride by 10:30 a.m.
  • There will be a mandatory riders meeting at 10:40 a.m.
  • With a total distance of 30 km and some of Whitehorse’s more challenging descents, you have to be at least 15 years old to participate

Cost

Adults (17 and older) are $20. You also need a CAY membership ($45) to participate.

Youth (under 17) are $20. You also need a CAY membership ($30) to participate. You must be at least 15 years old to enter.

What you’ll get with your registration

As part of your registration you will receive:

  • A Cadence Cycle Monster Enduro race plate for your bike
  • Snacks will be provided by Cadence Cycle at the start of Stage 3 (Gnarwall)
  • Draw prizes and category winner prizes
  • Food packages provided at event finish. Delicious!
Recommended protective gear

Full-face helmets are recommended for all participants. Knee pads are recommended as well as elbow pads, gloves and eyewear.

Southern Lakes Yukon Gran Fondo

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Event type(s)Gran Fondo

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Not provided by event organizer

Community Marsh Lake

Description

Southern Lakes Yukon Gran Fondo (SLYGF) is an annual road relay around the beautiful Southern Lakes communities of Carcross, Marsh Lake, Mount Lorne and Tagish.

Now in its 13th year, the 173 km route can be ridden solo or with team-mates.

Come for the event, stay for the shindig and make it home to bed all in a day.

Each year we rotate the start/finish community. For 2021, we are starting in Marsh Lake.

Register for Southern Lakes Yukon Gran Fondo

Event day registration check in begins at 9 a.m. Mandatory riders meeting at 9:30 a.m. Event start at 10 a.m.

Timing

Legs will not be individually timed by race organizer but participants are welcome to time their own members. There will be a team finish time, so timer at the end getting the time for each team as the last person comes in.

Categories

You can ride 4 to 5 legs, either by yourself or with a team.

  • Solo male
  • Solo female
  • 2 person team, male
  • 2 person team, female
  • 2 person team, mixed gender
  • Mixed gender, 40 years and under
  • Mixed gender, 41 years and older
  • Youth team
  • Family team

Support

You are responsible for supporting your own team. There will be no aid stations except at the start and finish so bring your own food and drink for on the bike and when in transit. There will be food/drink at the end at McClintock Bay Adventures.

Location

McClintock Bay Adventures. 62 Swan Haven Drive in Marsh Lake. The event starts and ends at this location.

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Cost

$45

To participate in this event, we recommend a CAY membership.

ParticipACTION mountain bike race 3

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Part of a series of mountain bike race events sponsored by ParticipACTION.

Age categories

  • 5 to 6 years old, ride with parent
  • 7 to 8 years old, ride with parent or adult/teen ride mentor
  • 9 to 11 years old, ride with teen/adult mentor
  • 12 and older
  • Adult: Novice, sport and expert

Duration

20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on age category.

Route

On various Mt. Mac trails. Loop style race. Route will be flagged and participants younger than 11 years old will ride with teen/adult coaches or a parent for their race.

Start and finish times

  • Race 1: 4 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.. Ages 12 and up, adults.
  • Race 2: 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.. Ages 5 to 11.

Location

Mount McIntyre Recreation Centre parking lot by the tennis courts. 1 Sumanik Drive.

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Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need to sign a waiver and have a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay

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Event type(s)Virtual (anywhere)

Organizer Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay

Insurance coverage Provided by event organizer

Community Virtual (anywhere)

Description

The 2021 Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay is a fun, virtual event to encourage everyone to get out and ride.

  • Riders can elect to ride between one and eight 30 km legs.
  • Great draw prizes for Yukoners and Alaskans!

Register for KCIBR

Location

Complete your ride on routes of your choosing, between June 12 and 20, 2021.

Cost

$23.81.

A CAY membership is not required for this event.

Yukon Energy Road Cycling Championships

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Event type(s)Road: Criterium Road: Hill climb Road: Road race Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

The official Yukon Championships for road cycling, sponsored by Yukon Energy.

This is a 5-part stage race consisting of a hill climb, criterium, circuit race, time trial and road race. You must participate in all 5 events to win overall, but you can also just enter single or multiple events.

  • Thursday, June 10. Hill climb prologue. 7:00 p.m. Start at mail boxes on Pine St, go up the hill towards Ponderosa, down bike path into Takhini, turn around before gate by broomball arena and return to top of hill by Ponderosa, by yellow gate for the finish. Parking at the finish area by yellow gate. Distance is 5.75 km.
  • Friday, June 11. Criterium. 6:30 p.m. Titanium Way. Meet at dirt parking lot next to Ducks Unlimited (do not park in business parking area). 20 minutes for youth, 50 to 60 minutes for teens and adults.
  • Saturday, June 12. Circuit race. 9:00 a.m. Whistle Bend subdivision. Meet at pond by Dragon Fly Park; paved loop around the storm run -off pond. You can park on Tarahne Way on the side by where the apartment buildings are going up. We will be riding around the pond loop for the event. 30 minutes.
  • Saturday, June 12. Time trial. 6:00 p.m. Titanium Way. Meet at dirt parking lot next to Ducks Unlimited (do not park in business parking area). 10 km for youth and 20 km for teens and adults.
  • Sunday, June 13. Road race. 11:00 a.m. Army Beach to Jake's Corner return loop. 25, 50 or 73 km distances.

Location

Various locations around Whitehorse. See description for details.

Cost

U Kon Echelon members pay $2 per event or $10 for 5 events. $10 per event for non-members (sign a waiver to enter as non-member).

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

ParticipACTION mountain bike race 2

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Part of a series of mountain bike race events sponsored by ParticipACTION.

Age categories

  • 5 to 6 years old, ride with parent
  • 7 to 8 years old, ride with parent or adult/teen ride mentor
  • 9 to 11 years old, ride with teen/adult mentor
  • 12 and older
  • Adult: Novice, sport and expert

Duration

20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on age category.

Route

On various Porter Creek Secondary School and Hidden Lake trails. Loop style race. Route will be flagged and participants younger than 11 years old will ride with teen/adult coaches or a parent for their race.

Start and finish times

  • Race 1: 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Ages 5 to 11.
  • Race 2: 4:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.. Ages 12 and up, adults.

Location

Porter Creek Secondary School parking lot. 1405 Hickory Street.

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Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need to sign a waiver and have a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

ParticipACTION mountain bike race 1

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Event type(s)Mountain bike: Cross-country

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Part of a series of mountain bike race events sponsored by ParticipACTION.

Age categories

  • 5 to 6 years old, ride with parent
  • 7 to 8 years old, ride with parent or adult/teen ride mentor
  • 9 to 11 years old, ride with teen/adult mentor
  • 12 and older
  • Adult: Novice, sport and expert

Duration

20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on age category.

Route

On various Grey Mountain trails. Loop style race. Route will be flagged and participants younger than 11 years old will ride with teen/adult coaches or a parent for their race.

Start and finish times

  • Race 1: 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m.. Ages 12 and up, adults.
  • Race 2: 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.. Ages 5 to 11.

Location

Magnusson parking lot on Grey Mountain (about 0.5 km up the road from the cemetery).

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Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need to sign a waiver and have a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

Kids’ bike rodeo

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Event type(s)Kids and youth Skills training

Organizer City of Whitehorse

Insurance coverage Not applicable

Community Whitehorse

Description

Join us at Shipyards Park in Whitehorse for the Kids' bike rodeo! This is part of Bike to Work and School Week.

Activities will include:

  • Bike maintenance 101: Information for families on how to do small repairs on their bikes.
  • Fun obstacle course: Try out your biking skills in our fun, skill-based bike safety course.
  • Bike decorating station: Create your own bike decorating bag.

Ages 5 to 14 with a guardian are welcome. Bring your own bike and helmet.

To secure a spot, register at whitehorse.ca/play using the course ID of 24797.

Location

Shipyards Park, Whitehorse.

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Cost

Free ($0).

Gritty C.O.G. (Clash of Generations)

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Event type(s)Gravel

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

New for 2021!

Gritty C.O.G (Clash of Generations) will be raced on the Gravel Growler long course (64km) in the opposite direction with two teams divided by age: roughly the Over 40's (Geezers) versus the Under 40's (Delinquents).

The winning formula = As many riders as possible + lowest aggregate time.

We'll also have an award for the team with the most riders who identify as female.

The victorious team gets the bragging rights, the hardware...and a nice cold pint served-up by a vanquished foe in the beer garden at Winterlong.

Register for Gritty C.O.G.

Location

Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mt. Sima Rd.

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Cost

Free ($0) for Velonorth members.

$25 for non-members. Become a member

Army Beach Time Trial

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Event type(s)Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Marsh Lake

Description

Army Beach, Marsh Lake

Location

Army Beach, Marsh Lake

Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership. Both can be purchased online at the same time.

Tour de Skagway

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Event type(s)Road: Hill climb Road: Road race Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Carcross

Description

This is a 3-part stage race consisting of a time trial, hill climb and road race. You must participate in all 3 races to win the tour, but you can also do just 1 or 2 events but it won’t count for the overall win.

  • Saturday, May 22. Time trial. 12:00 p.m. start. Leave from Canada Customs parking area, just before Canada Customs at Fraser. Route is 10 km. Go past Log Cabin, turn around and back to start. Shorter distances (one way) for younger riders.
  • Saturday, May 22. Hill climb. 3:00 p.m. start. The route is about 1 km, from the bottom of the Summit Hill to before the top. There will be 3 trials, for a total time with all 3 of your times added together.
  • Sunday, May 23. Road race. 12:00 p.m. start. Leave from other side of Canada Customs parking area, direction is towards Skagway. Route is 12 km one way climbing up the hill to the summit. We will not go near the US/Canada border. You will turn around and return to the start for loops. Distance: 24 km (youth), 48 km (teens), 72 km and 96 km (adults and older teens).

Event categories: Male and Female U9, U11, U13, U15, U17, U19, adult---novice, sport, expert, masters.

Location

Various locations near Fraser summit (Canadian side of the border only). See description for details.

Cost

$5 per event or $15 for 3 events.

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership.

Whistle Bend Criterium

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Event type(s)Road: Criterium

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Whistle Bend, Whitehorse

Location

Whistle Bend, Whitehorse

Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership. Both can be purchased online at the same time.

Tour de Haines Junction

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Event type(s)Road: Hill climb Road: Road race Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Haines Junction

Description

This is a 3-part stage race consisting of a time trial, hill climb and road race. You must participate in all 3 races to win the tour, but you can also do just 1 or 2 events but it won’t count for the overall win.

  • Saturday, May 15. Time Trial. 11:00 am start across from the RCMP (park by the gas station and lookout across from RCMP). Route goes from RCMP out to Bear Creek Lodge for 10 km, turn around and back (20 km total).
  • Saturday, May 15. Hill climb. 3:00 pm start from Bear Creek Lodge (where Time Trial turns around) and goes up the big hill direction of Beaver Creek. Race ends at the top of the hill, which is about a 10 km distance.
  • Sunday, May 16. Road race. 12:00 pm start at Kathleen Lake lookout, which is a few kilometers before the turn off to the Kathleen Lake campground. Route is to leave the Kathleen Lake lookout, go out 25 km and return to the start. Distances are 100 km for expert men, 50-75 km for expert women/teens, 25 km for youth aged 12 and under.

Event categories: Male and Female U9, U11, U13, U15, U17, U19, adult---novice, sport, expert, masters.

Location

Various locations around Haines Junction. See description for details.

Cost

$5 per event or $15 for 3 events.

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership. Both can be purchased online at the same time.

Carcross Corner Time Trial

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Event type(s)Road: Time trial

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Out and back on Alaska Highway, 8.5 km each way starting from Carcross Cutoff (corner).

  • Warm up from 6:30 to 6:50
  • Adults/fast teens leave at 7:05 to 7:45
  • Younger kids (aged 11 and below) leave at 6:45 to 7:05

Location

Carcross Cutoff (corner), Whitehorse

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Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership. Both can be purchased online at the same time.

Velonorth First Ride Day and Membership Drive

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Event type(s)Informal social gathering

Organizer Velonorth Cycling Club

Insurance coverage Not applicable

Community Whitehorse

Description

We’re kicking off the road/gravel riding season with our 2021 Membership Drive event!

Start or finish (or stop in during) your ride at Winterlong Brewing on Sat. May 8 and buy your 2021 Velonorth membership (credit card payment only).

  • 20% off pints for all new member sign-ups
  • First 25 new members showing proof of vaccination walk away with a $20 Icycle Sports gift card
  • Season event schedule reveal
  • Meet riding buddies new, and old
  • Gather intel on all the best local road and gravel routes
  • Your annual membership is your SEASON PASS to ALL Velonorth events in 2021

Location

Winterlong Brewing, 83 Mt. Sima Rd.

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Cost

There is no cost to take part in this informal cycling happening, but we will be selling annual memberships ($5 Velonorth membership + $45 CAY membership) on site.

Titanium Way Criterium

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Event type(s)Road: Criterium

Organizer U Kon Echelon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

Loops around Titanium Way, Whitehorse

  • Warm up from 6:30 to 6:50
  • Adults/fast teens leave at 7:05 to 7:45
  • Younger kids (aged 11 and below) leave at 6:45 to 7:05

Location

Titanium Way, Whitehorse

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Cost

Free ($0).

To participate in this event, you need a CAY membership and a U Kon Echelon club or race-only membership. Both can be purchased online at the same time.


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