Just getting into road biking and looking for an end-of-summer goal? Look no further, the 50K is designed just for you! Grab your cycling buddies and challenge yourself to 50K of beautiful escarpment roads. The perfect way to end an awesome riding season!
Rest Stops: 1
No matter what ability, speed, or skill, we've got a route for you:
6 routes ranging from 50k to 180k for you to choose from!
All routes are fully supported:
- rest stop support (water, hydration mix, fruits, energy bars, gels, bagels, chips, nurses stations, mechanics, portable toilets)
- route support (medical, mechanical)
WE'VE GOT YOUR BACKS so you can CHOOSE YOUR CHALLENGE.
*All routes begin and end at Kelso Conservation Area.
*Click on the coloured route bubbles above to see the route maps on RidewithGPS.
Completed the 50K last year and wanting an even bigger challenge? Sign up for the 80K for another awesome day on your bike! This is one of our most popular routes! Next year you'll have to aim for the Century, though!
Rest Stops: 2
Ah the Century - not your typical walk in the park. Many long training rides required but such an incredible accomplishment in the end!
Fun fact - 100K is roughly:
-the distance between St. Catharines + Exhibition Go Station
- the distance between Orlando airport and Daytona Beach
- a return trip from Cancun airport to Playa del Carmen
Rest Stops: 3
Changing it up from our usual 125k ride, we've added an extra 5k to the mix! This ride is for anyone who's already accomplished the Century and is looking for a bit more of a challenge and a few extra clicks!
Rest Stops: 4
Have you caught the Century bug? Whether you've done it a dozen times before or it's your first time, completing 100 miles is a massive accomplishment! Wear that badge of honour with pride and remember: #aeroiseverything
Rest Stops: 5
Introducing the 180K for all of our Ironman athletes out there. If you're signing up for this one, chances are you didn't just decide on a whim! Trust us when we say you'll be taken care of: everything you need to refuel and re-energize for that long day in the saddle.
Rest Stops: 5