The fifth running of the epic BC Bike Race through British Columbia will visit new places and include even more amazing singletrack.
The 2011 route will include a stop at the small town of Campbell River on Northern Vancouver Island on day two. The stage will start and finish on the waterfront with amazing views.
The race will start in Cumberland on day one, followed by Campbell River on day two, before moving over to the Sunshine Coast and back onto the tried and true route. Though days three through seven (Powell River, Sechelt, Squamish and Whistler) will remain in the same towns as last year, each one will see a small tweak to their course, perhaps even a purpose built trail just for the race.
Also included is the second running of the "Challenge" course, offering half the distance but all of the singletrack enjoyment.
With only 500 spots available, registration is filling up fast, so sign up now.
Here’s some of the amazing terrain you can expect to see in Campbell River:Tweet Print