Year: 2019

  • Seasons Greetings

    Seasons Greetings

    Wishing all our cycling friends a happy holiday season and a healthy and prosperous New Year. We have a new Cycle Canada newsletter here:

  • Cycle Canada Merchandise Discount!

    Cycle Canada Merchandise Discount!

    Members of the club Tour du Canada receive a 20% discount on all Cycle Canada Merchandise. Cycle Canada is pleased to offer members of the Tour du Canada cycling club a discount of 20% off of all in stock merchandise. You will find the Cycle Canada store here: Cycle Canada Store If you are not […]

  • Values Survey

    Values Survey

    Tour du Canada is developing a Statement of Values and is requesting participants who have completed the Tour du Canada ride to share their views of their Tour du Canada experience. The Values are guiding principles as a group of riders, Board of Directors, and Alumni. Your answers will be used to help inform the […]

  • Bursary Fund News

    Bursary Fund News

    Who Can Apply for Bursaries Funds, in the form of a bursary, are available to students and recent graduates 25 years or younger who are participating in Tour du Canada. Applicants will be asked to provide information on their educational background and interests, their reason for applying for a bursary and their future cycling plans […]

  • Tour du Canada 2020 Dates and Fees

    Tour du Canada 2020 Dates and Fees

    The Board of Directors of Tour du Canada have confirmed the dates and fees for the 2020 cross-Canada ride. The dates are: June 24 to September 4, 2020. Participants must be in Vancouver for June 24, accommodation is provided that night. The Orientation takes place in Vancouver on June 25 with the first riding day […]

  • New Age Record for Tour du Canada

    New Age Record for Tour du Canada

    Richard Hatherill of Ottawa, Ontario (R) and Bud Jorgensen of Alliston, Ontario (L) have set new age records for participation in the 2019 cross-Canada ride, Tour du Canada. Richard is 76 and Bud turned 80 during the ride. The record was previously established in 1997 by Bob MacLean at the age of 73. The youngest […]

  • Fall Review Meeting 2019 Tour du Canada

    Fall Review Meeting 2019 Tour du Canada

    There will be a review of the 2019 Tour du Canada on October 26, 2019 starting at 4pm in New Tecumseth, Ontario. The purpose of the meeting is to review the 2019 tour. The Board of Directors will consider comments and suggestions and firm up dates and times for the 2020 tour. If any members […]

  • News from New Zealand

    News from New Zealand

    Tim and Celia Hope completed Tour du Canada in 1997. Tim is also a member of Canadian Kilometer Achievers Program (CKAP) and recently sent in a report on their riding activities. You can read about it here: News from New Zealand

  • Happy New Year

    Happy New Year

    Wishing all our cycling friends a happy and healthy 2019.