The bike course is 4 laps, begins at Alice Lake Provincial Park and finishes at Don Ross Secondary School.
Riding The Course
- As you exit Transition #1 there are 3 speed bumps … watch your speed!
- The course then descends into a steep sharp corner Slow Down And Use Caution, people have crashed here in the past; don’t make this year, your year!
- As you cross Highway 99 you will be directed to the left side of the road. This is the start of the 4 loop course for the Olympic race and 2 loop course for the Sprint. Start counting from here!
- From this point on you will be riding on the opposite side of the road to regular traffic flow. Stay to the left unless over taking another cyclist; impeding other’s from getting by you is BLOCKING and you will be penalized. Pass on the right only.
- Once across Highway 99 you will be merging with other cyclists already in progress on the lap course USE CAUTION this is a fast down hill.
- At Government Road you will take a sharp left. USE CAUTION.
- Continue along Government Road stay left and close to the LEFT shoulder unless over taking another cyclist.
- Take a sharp left onto Depot Road. SLOW DOWN & USE CAUTION.
- Continue along Depot Road until you reach Highway 99; take a left and continue up the LEFT side of the Highway to Squamish Valley Road. This section is a 2km gradual hill. As you round the corner at Highway 99 and Squamish Valley Road you will be merging with other cyclists. USE CAUTION!!
- At the end of the fourth lap proceed along the course to the school and dismount at the designated dismount line.
Counting Your Laps
- The bike course is 4 plus laps for the Olympic race and 2 plus laps for the Sprint.
- Competitors are required to count their own laps. It is monitored as well by the timing company.
- You will be riding the hill on HWY 99 2 or 4 times depending on which event you are doing.
- The crossing of Hwy 99 will be professionally handled.
- Drafting is prohibited and the rules will be strictly enforced. Please familiarize yourself with these and other rules by visiting our Tri BC Rules page.