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The 2018 Almonte Paris-Roubaix will be held on Sunday, April 29th.

It is being organized by Peter Tregunno of the Ottawa Bicycle Club. Please go the OBC website for further information: https://ottawabicycleclub.ca/paris-roubaix. Or contact Peter Tregunno directly at obc.racing.events@gmail.com.

 

Video by Brian Schlachta of the 2017 season:

 

 

Waiver for riders under age 18: U18 OCA WAIVER

Timing Chips for 2017 Season
If you were a season rider in 2016, you may not use your 2016 chip again this year.  You will be given a new one (included in your season fee). However, if you reuse your black bracket (that sits on your seatpost) this season, you will receive $5 off your registration fee.

Any riders using a pit bike must have a chip on it, otherwise timing is not possible. For those who bought an extra chip for your pit bike last season, you can use it again this fall.  If you want to use your 2016 season chip for this purpose, that is also an option.  You will need to let us know when you register that you are using it.

Thanks to our series sponsor once again : The Cyclery

Retirement: This will be my last season organizing the Eastern Ontario Cyclocross Race Series.  Discussions are ongoing with the Ottawa Bicycle Club and with Vince Caceres of The Cyclery regarding the continuation of the series in 2018.    Bob Woods

 

Video of 2016 cyclocross season highlights with thanks to Brian Schlachta.

 

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