Can the Tour of British Columbia be contested as a Stage Race?
The Tour of British Columbia is an ultra-endurance cycling race but within its ‘ultra-structure’ riders may opt to follow a stage-to-stage style of racing. Riders who are interested in doing so must clearly keep in mind that there are two key elements involved that do differ from traditional stage-racing. The first is flexibility – if a racer decided to rest before the end of a stage they have that option available to them and secondly the official timing clock never stops running, each racer and their crew decide how long they rest at the end of each stage before beginning the next.
To illustrate this point Ultraletic Sports created a preliminary series of stages for the Tour of British Columbia. To continue reading please click here
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