Robert Cameron Law Cycling Series on June 1 and 3

Starting Friday, racers from across Canada will experience three days of spectacularly scenic yet challenging cycling race events in downtown Victoria, Oak Bay (and Metchosin on Saturday) during the annual Ross Cameron Law Cycling Series. Some roads will be closed to accommodate the races, which have expanded this year to serve as the National Masters Championships.

EnergyLab Time Trial

Friday, June 1
3 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Downtown Victoria and Oak Bay
The series will kick off with the EnergyLab Time Trial at Clover Point and Dallas Road. The time triallists will start individually at one-minute intervals, and race two laps of a technical 10km-out-and-back course on Dallas Road and Beach Drive. View the online map.

Russ Hay's Grand Prix

Sunday, June 3
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Legislature Area
The Russ Hay's Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, June 3 around the BC Legislature. This race -- the “Nascar” of cycling road racing -- takes racers wheel-to-wheel, shoulder-to-shoulder, around a fast four-corner circuit in front of thousands of cheering spectators. Racers will complete multiple laps while negotiating turns at over 60km per hour while sprinting for lap prizes called "primes." View the online map.

Tim Hortons Timbits Challenge

Sunday, June 3
12:30 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Legislature Area
Kids can participate in the annual Tim Horton's Timbits Challenge. Its a free event that gets the kids riding around the same course as the pro's. Free prizes and lots of fun!

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