Events

Click on any of the Adult Road Races to read the race description.

START TIME

EVENT

CATEGORY

LAPS

DISTANCE

7:45 am OCA Youth Cup Time Trial ** All - 2.5 km
9:00 am OCA Youth Cup Road Race All 1 8.85 km
9:00 am OCA Youth Cup Road Race All 2 17.7 km
9:10 am OCA Youth Cup Road Race All 3 26.55 km
10:30 am Adult Starter Road Race 17 + 3 26.55 km
11:45 am Adult Intermediate Road Race 17 + 6 53.1 km
1:30 pm Elite Road Race 17+ 13 115.05 km
1:32 pm Adult Advance Road Race 17 + 9 79.65 km

In order to maintain the schedule ALL events are timed and riders might be removed from the course under any of the following scenarios – once the leader has completed the race, the time limit has been reached and/or at the organizers discretion if the racer has dropped below the minimum lap time allowance.

Police, marshals and barricades will be stationed around the course to prevent traffic from entering the course. Escort vehicles circulate the course to assist motorists in exiting the course.

NOTE:  Adult events are classified as CITIZEN EVENTS.

Age Group Categories - All Adult Races

(No racing up or down, select age category based on your age as of December 31, 2018)

  • 17 to 19, 20 to 29, 30 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59, 60 to 69, 70+

Youth Events

Both the Road Race and Time Trial events are included in the registration fee, but it is not mandatory for each rider to participate in both events; this must be specified during registration. Youth participants presenting their race number will receive a post-race meal.

** Youth Time Trial is included with a Youth Race registration but is not mandatory. ALL events are capped. No day of registrations for time trial.

 

26 km Road Race

This is a race and distance designed for the first time “racer” who wants to enjoy the experience, while still having the feeling of competition. Most individuals in this race could be categorized as weekend warriors that do not want to challenge the 53 km distance.

53 km Road Race

This is a race and distance that is designed for the cyclist that wants to test his or her training and endurance in a competitive environment. These individuals are for the true cycling enthusiast who enjoys taking on challenges and comparing him/herself to their peers. If you have had a great season and are really hitting your stride, perhaps you would consider moving up to the 78 km race?

 

115 km Road Race

This is a race and distance that is designed for the cyclist (racer) that wants to test his or her training and endurance in a very competitive environment. These individuals are the true cycling enthusiast who enjoys taking on challenges and comparing him/herself to their peers. They would also be known as E1, E2 and M1 racers.

This race will have a separate lead out Motorcycle, Neutral Service Vehicle (Wheels) and an OCA follow car (both of which will follow the lead group).

 

79 km Road Race

This is a race and distance that is designed for the cyclist that wants to test his or her training and endurance in a very competitive environment. These individuals are the true cycling enthusiast who enjoys taking on challenges and comparing him/herself to their peers. They would also be known as M2 & E3 racers. If you have had a great season and are really hitting your stride, perhaps you would consider moving up to the 115 km race?

This race will have a separate lead out Motorcycle, Neutral Service Vehicle (Wheels) and an OCA follow car (both of which will follow the lead group).

26 km Road Race

This is a race and distance designed for the first time “racer” who wants to enjoy the experience, while still having the feeling of competition. Most individuals in this race could be categorized as weekend warriors that do not want to challenge the 53 km distance.

53 km Road Race

This is a race and distance that is designed for the cyclist that wants to test his or her training and endurance in a competitive environment. These individuals are for the true cycling enthusiast who enjoys taking on challenges and comparing him/herself to their peers. If you have had a great season and are really hitting your stride, perhaps you would consider moving up to the 78 km race?

 

115 km Road Race

This is a race and distance that is designed for the cyclist (racer) that wants to test his or her training and endurance in a very competitive environment. These individuals are the true cycling enthusiast who enjoys taking on challenges and comparing him/herself to their peers. They would also be known as E1, E2 and M1 racers.

This race will have a separate lead out Motorcycle, Neutral Service Vehicle (Wheels) and an OCA follow car (both of which will follow the lead group).

 

79 km Road Race

This is a race and distance that is designed for the cyclist that wants to test his or her training and endurance in a very competitive environment. These individuals are the true cycling enthusiast who enjoys taking on challenges and comparing him/herself to their peers. They would also be known as M2 & E3 racers. If you have had a great season and are really hitting your stride, perhaps you would consider moving up to the 115 km race?

This race will have a separate lead out Motorcycle, Neutral Service Vehicle (Wheels) and an OCA follow car (both of which will follow the lead group).