Race Details:

BC Bike Race is the brainchild of a passionate group of longtime mountain bike and adventure race professionals based on the West Coast of British Columbia. Our love for the spectacular terrain and phenomenal riding on the West Coast, coupled with a strong desire to share it with the World, spawned the concept of this epic stage race. Our undying enthusiasm, extensive experience and commitment to nothing less than success has brought it to life. Our Staff, Volunteers and Racers have all become ambassadors for BC Bike Race over the years making it is what it is today.

Comments

  • + 1
ChrisFraser (Jul 2, 2017 at 22:14)
Will GPX files for the courses be downloadable before the start this week?
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BCBR (Jul 3, 2017 at 7:48)
Hey Chris! You should now have access to download all GPX files. Remember, BCBR reserves the right to change the course at any time. Always follow the iconic pink BCBR FLAGGING and you'll have an awesome race week.
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  • + 1
ChrisFraser (Jul 3, 2017 at 11:59)
Thank you!
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Routes

  • BCBikeRace 2017 - Day 1 - Cumberland

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    28.1 miles
    Distance
    3,390 ft
    Climb
    -3,429 ft
    Descent
    2,300 ft
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    BC Bike Race 2017 (Day 2) Powell River

    32.3 miles
    Distance
    2,662 ft
    Climb
    -2,666 ft
    Descent
    1,190 ft
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    BCBikeRace 2017 - Day 5 - North Vancouver

    11.4 miles
    Distance
    2,369 ft
    Climb
    -2,373 ft
    Descent
    1,817 ft
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    BCBikeRace 2017 - Day 3 - Earl's Cove to Sechelt

    35.5 miles
    Distance
    3,600 ft
    Climb
    -3,232 ft
    Descent
    1,581 ft
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    BCBikeRace 2017 - Day 4 - Sechelt to Langdale

    29.7 miles
    Distance
    4,073 ft
    Climb
    -4,225 ft
    Descent
    2,063 ft
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    BCBikeRace 2017 - Day 6 - Squamish

    32.6 miles
    Distance
    4,134 ft
    Climb
    -4,137 ft
    Descent
    1,811 ft
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    BCBikeRace 2017 - Day 7 - Whistler

    20.7 miles
    Distance
    3,763 ft
    Climb
    -3,568 ft
    Descent
    3,240 ft
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