You've trained for months, done a race recon, and planned your strategy. You're as prepared as you've ever been, and are ready to take on the best virtual racers in the country. Perfect! Whether this is your first time joining us or you're a seasoned pro, here's what you need to know!
First up, know your start time! Races run every other Thursday, and we are running a staggered start for all of our races. Race start times are:
- U17 Women - 9:00am Pacific, 12:00 Noon Eastern Time
- U17 Men - 9:05am Pacific, 12:05 Eastern Time
- Junior Women - 9:10am Pacific, 12:10 Eastern Time
- Junior Men - 9:15am Pacific, 12:15 Eastern Time
Please attempt to join your event at least 15 minutes before your start. These courses do take some time to load. We recommend giving at least 1 minute for every 10km of course for your race to load. For example, you should give up to 4 minutes for a 40km course to load. Another perk of joining the event early? Getting prime real estate on the start line.
For insurance purposes, riders will need a general membership or a race license issued by their Provincial Sport Organization to register.
Registration closes the Wednesday before the event at 7:00pm Pacific, 10:00pm Eastern Time. Please be sure to register before this deadline so we can send you your RGT registration link.
*Please note, if you remain inactive for more than 10 minutes after joining the event, your phone and screen app will disconnect. Avoid this by doing your warm up on the start line and being prepared ahead of time.
This Week's Course!
July 30th Route Details
This week, the series goes out East with the Breau Creek Road Race! Located by Memramcook, New Brunswick just outside of Moncton this route takes on some of the best riding roads in the region! This week there is something for everyone, with flats, rollers, and punchy climbs all in the mix! Athletes will have a flat run in to the race, with rollers increasing in size and grade as riders approach Breau Creek.
The profile could allow for a savvy break away rider to go up the road midway through the race. Riders can expect a sting in the legs on the way back, with a few more rollers and a couple steep pitches before the pan-flat closing kilometers. Will a break stay up the road? Or will the race boil down to a massive bunch sprint! Find out this week by riding some of the best roads in the Moncton area!