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2018 Canada Cup BMX Specific Rules


In its sixth year of operations, the BMX Canada Cup Series will offer a lineup of 7 races to Canada’s top racers.

The series will kick off in July, and will travel from to Quebec, Ontario, BC and will?finish in St. Albert, AB where the overall Canada Cup Champions will be crowned.

The Canada Cup was introduced in 2012 as a way to help bridge provincial competitions to the international stage, and since has been an efficient tool in providing national competition to young riders, which is propelling Canada to some of its best international results since BMX became an Olympic discipline in 2008.

“The 2018 Canada Cup series will offer some great opportunities for young aspiring BMXers to compete against some of Canada’s best,” said Josh Peacock, the series coordinator for Cycling Canada. “The growth of the BMX Canada Cup series has been impressive over the last five years, and we are counting on more young BMXers to join the series this year. With new world-class facilities in place such as the Toronto Pan Am BMX track, athletes young and old will have access to the highest level of competition across the spectrum.”

Drummondville, QC will host the opening weekend of racing for the series in conjunction with the 2018 Canadian BMX Championships. Having hosted Canadian Championship and Canada Cup level events in the past, this organizing group is no stranger to hosting high-calibre events. Riders should expect exciting racing on one of Canada’s fastest tracks, which organizers have continued to improve since last hosting a National event in 2016.

Toronto, ON, will host the second round of Canada Cup competition at the Centennial Park Pan Am BMX Centre – site of the 2015 Pan Am Games BMX event where Canada’s Tory Nyhaug claimed gold.?The Toronto BMX track features the country’s second ever Supercross start-ramp and is proving to be a valuable?legacy for local and National athletes alike.

Finally, riders will head to St. Albert, AB, host of the 2013 Canadian National BMX Championships, for the final two stops on the circuit. The races, organized by St. Albert BMX, will take place on one of the province’s most challenging tracks in the heart of Alberta’s capital region.

BC’s James Palmer?and Alberta’s Daina Tuchscherer?claimed the BMX Canada Cup Series Elite titles in 2017, while Ontario’s Josh Samells?and Alberta’s?Avriana Hebert?took the top honours for?the Junior categories. All eyes will be on Alberta’s Ryan Tougas?and Madelin Ogilvie, 2017 Junior Devo series champs, as they prepare to defend their respective titles in 2018.


2018 BMX Canada Cup Ranking

Elite Men?| Elite Women?| Junior Men?| Junior Women?| Junior?Devo Men?| Junior Devo Women


Date Event Class Organizer
07-08.07.18 Canada Cup BMX #1
2018 Canadian BMX Championships & BMX Canada Cup
Drummondville, QC
July 7: UCI CN
July 8: CC NE
Club BMX Drummond
14-15.07.18 Canada Cup BMX #2 & #3
Toronto BMX Canada Cup
Toronto, ON
?July 14: UCI C1
July 15: CC NE
Cycling Canada
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25-26.08.18 Canada Cup BMX #4 & #5
St. Albert BMX Canada Cup
St Albert, AB
Aug 25: UCI C1
Aug 25-26: CC NE
St. Albert BMX

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Archived Standings

2017 BMX Canada Cup Overall Ranking

Elite Men?/?Elite Women?/?Junior Men?/?Junior Women?/?Junior?Devo Men?/?Junior Devo Women

2016 BMX Canada Cup Overall?Ranking

Elite Men?/?Elite Women?/?Junior Men?/?Junior Women?/?Junior?Devo Men?/?Junior Devo Women

2015 BMX Canada Cup Overall Ranking

Elite Men?/?Elite Women?/?Junior Men?/?Junior Women?/?app cá độ bóng đáMen Junior?Devo?/?Women Junior Devo

2014 BMX Canada Cup Overall Ranking

Elite Men Final?/?Elite Women Final?/?Junior Men Final?/?Junior Women Final?/ Men Junior Devo?/?Women Junior Devo


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