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MennoCross is coming up soon!


Just a reminder that MennoCross is only 3 sleeps away, on Saturday, Sept 26th!

Most of the info you need is listed in the poster above but if you require more info or want to sign up online click over to the official site here.

‘Cross Nats Registration Now Open!


We were told just yesterday that the Shimano Canadian Cyclocross Championships registration is now officially open.

Here’s the link to register online.

Register early to get the best rates, and so that you’re committed and inspired now to take part in arguably the best competitive cycling event taking place in Canada this year, right in the middle of your own humble city at The Forks, Winnipeg.

CX Nationals are coming sooner than you think. Plan to be involved now!


Autumn in Winnipeg is weird.  One minute it feels like the summer will never end (in a good way) and then all of a sudden, bam, it’s Fall (also in a good way).

As we post this the high for the day is 29 C, but the local ‘cross season is less than a month away.  Even crazier?…The Winnipeg Cyclocross 2015 National Championships at the Forks are only 2 months away, on Oct 23-25th. As you’d expect the team of guys and gals working on the event are knee deep in the logistics even now as they prepare fo the big party to return to the Forks for the second year in a row.

Last year’s CX events at the Forks were amazing, and those in charge of the event are not resting on their laurels.  This year should be even, dare we say, better, with something for everyone whether you’re a participant, spectator or volunteer, whether your 5 or 65, and whether you’re a newbie or elite.

If you’re not stoked already check out the video of last year’s events below, check out the official site here, or follow the build up to the event on social media (there are lots of updates on their twitter feed @WpgCX2015 or search “Shimano Canadian Cyclocross Championships in Winnipeg” on Facebook.

However you go about it be sure block off October 23-25 for the bike party of the year.