Windsor Park Criterium wheels into Oak Bay Sunday

Road closures in effect for some areas around the park

Cyclists race around Windsor Park in Sunday’s Criterium.

Right in the heart of Oak Bay, this course has been so popular that the Victoria Cycling Leage doubled the amount of races from last year.

Organizers say, because the course is flat and fast, it makes the Windsor Park Criterium challenging and fun for all levels.

Road closures will be in place surrounding Windsor Park that day.

Schedule and race times: (riders to arrive 30 minutes early to register)

8:30 – C group: 35 minutes + 5 laps

9:15 – B group: 45 minutes + 5 laps

10:15 – free kids race

10:30 – A group: 60 minutes + 5 laps.

The event offers prizes for the top three in each race, plus draw prizes at the end of each race.

Visit victoriacyclingleague.wordpress.com for details on the Windsor Park Criterium.


 

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