2020 Prairie Virtual Spring Race Series.  Series Schedule, Links to Race Bibles & Results

2020 Prairie Virtual Spring Race Series. Series Schedule, Links to Race Bibles & Results

Upcoming Scheduled Races

#8 Sat, June 6: (SK) Prairie Ear Popper Classic – Cypress Hills Provincial Park, SK

Races Completed

#1  Sat, April 18: (MB) Spring Chicken Digital – Kenora, ON (Manitoba’s selection)   RESULTS

#2 Sat, April 25: (SK) Lake to the Ridge – Waskesiu, Prince Albert National Park, SK.  RESULTS

#3 Sat, May 2: (MB) Riding Mountain Cruise, Wasagaming, MBRESULTS

#4 Sat, May 9: (SK) East Qu’Appelle Crusade – Round Lake, SK.  RESULTS

#5 Sat, May 16: (MB) The Cabin Fever Dash – Falcon Lake, Whiteshell Provincial Park, MB. RESULTS

#6 Sat, May 23: (SK) The Saw-Whet Scrimmage – Craven, SK

#7 Sat, May 30: (MB) Pembina Hell – Pembina Valley, MB


Series Details

Each week the course will switch between Manitoba and Saskatchewan, highlighting a different region for racing.  Pictures and details of each individual race route can be found in the hyperlinked technical packages above.

Saturday mornings at 9:00am Saskatchewan time, 10:00am Manitoba time.  Please “Join Event” at least 15 minutes early to give the course time to load.  Races will be between one and two hours long.  RGT set up and invite must be done well in advance.  Refer to individual race technical packages linked above.

Any rider who has a smart trainer or a standard trainer with a power meter can participate.  Participants must sign up for an RGT Cycling account.  All you need is the Free membership to participate.

To register, participants can follow the link for the event on a device with the RGT app downloaded (see race details) and select “Sign Up”.  Once the RGT application opens the ride details will appear.  More details on RGT setup can be found in individual event technical package.

There are no entry fees to participate in these events.  You can support your local Provincial Sport Organization and local clubs (SCA/MCA) by becoming a 2020 member.

Event Disclaimer:  Participants are riding at their own risk and are free to stop event at any time.

*If you do not have a Smart Trainer or Power Meter go to your local SK bike shop, purchase one and join our Virtual Cycling Events.

 How to support our SCA youth athletes? 

Support SCA-Performance Cycling Program (SCA-PCP), as we build the sport of cycling for youth in Saskatchewan.

You can support SCA-PCP athletes through a tax-deductible donation which will help us to purchase needed equipment for our youth. Please use the form provided here.

With your donation specify which Saskatchewan bike shop you would like us to purchase the equipment from and we will work towards purchasing the equipment there.

Currently equipment most in need are power meters and smart trainers.  For more info contact sarah@saskcycling.ca.