For over a century the roads of northern Europe have been home to the toughest bicycle races in the world. The most famous of these, Paris to Roubaix, takes place each spring over brutal cobblestone roads that have been preserved in their historic condition for over 100 years. Inspired by this classic race, the Paris to Ancaster has taken place for the past twenty three years over the roughest farm lanes, trails and gravel roads we can find. Combined with unpredictable spring weather and the largest field of riders assembled in Canada, it has become a classic race experience for everyone from average riders to Canadian Olympians. Join us on April 30, 2017 to become part of the history of this unique race.

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JANUARY 19 REGISTRATION UPDATE
Registration for the P2A on Sunday April 30, 2017 has been open since November 1, 2016. Registration continues to be well ahead of last year's pace. Two waves in the P2A70 are now filled and another is very close. However, there is still lots of room for you to enter the VIP (pick any wave you want), P2A70 Wave 4, and the P2A40 and P2A20. Keep in mind that there are field limits and both the P2A40 and P2A70 sold out long before the 2016 ride. Remember to get your registration in early.


2nd Annual P2A Founders Ball
Join us on Saturday Feb. 27th for the 2nd Annual P2A Founders Ball in support of A Ride For Research assisting St. Joe's Healthcare Hamilton Foundation. Brought to you by the John Trim Group of Scotia Wealth Management, this fun evening is taking place at Shawn & Ed Brewing on Hatt St. in Dundas. Doors open at 7pm. To view the event poster - CLICK HERE. To buy Founders Ball tickets CLICK HERE


Congrats P2A CX Alumni
Last weekend many countries had their CX Nationals. We would like to extend our congratulations to 2016 P2A alumni who podiumed. Belgian rider Ellen Van Loy was on the podium for the 5th consecutive year placing 3rd. In the US Nats, Jamie Driscoll took 2nd place and Ellen Noble (2016 P2A women's winner) won the U23 category for the second straight year.







Ride for Research
Back for 2017, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation is proud to be the new official charity partner of the Paris to Ancaster Bike Race. Now novice and expert cyclists alike can ride to support research at St. Joe’s. Whether you choose to fundraise on your own, or as part of a corporate or friends and family team, every dollar you raise will be supporting vital healthcare research. St. Joe’s is a research powerhouse in areas like mental health & addictions, kidney & urinary care, lung diseases, critical care and much more. The funds you raise through this Ride for Research will help to create a healthier future for all of us. CLICK HERE (available soon) for more information on how to register and raise funds in the 2017 Paris to Ancaster Bike Race.



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