About Our Events


Ride Canada was formed to promote the growth of extreme cycling in Canada, North America and anywhere that people like to ride bikes far. Our event has three routes but all are a part of the Naked Rider’s Race, our longest and title event. In the map below you can see all three routes on one page. The Naked Rider’s Race, the Naked Pioneer and the Naked Challenger all start and finish in White Rock, BC and follow the same course with the shorter routes turning off the main course sooner.

Please note that sometimes the maps might be a little slow in loading and if it doesn’t appear just refresh your page. Place you mouse anywhere on the route to find the elevation or place your mouse on the elevation graph to see where it corresponds to on the route.

Riders should select a route that fits within their cycling ability, availability of time and budget. Soloists with no ultra-endurance experience should only attempt the Naked Challenger or form a relay team for any of the events. 

Any questions regarding racing or anything else, please send us an email to race-director@ridecanada.ca

Train hard, ride safe!