The cream of the crop of the Canadian cyclists will compete in the streets of Québec City and Lévis at the Tim Hortons Canadian national road championship from June 29 to July 2, 2006. The competitions will crown Canada’s top male and female road cyclists who will represent Canada in the 2006 Road World Championships in Salzburg (Austria) in September.
Racing will start on Thursday, June 29, from 9am with the time-trial (all categories) in the city of Lévis (south shore). The day after, the championship will move to Québec City with the road race event (junior, master and women elite categories). The Grande-Allée will be closed at this occasion, with the road race starting at 9 am.
On July 1, Canada Day will showcase the road race for the handisport, U23 and men elite categories.
The criterium race will be presented the last day of the event (all categories), Sunday July 2, from 8:30 am, set up around Québec’s Parliament. In the afternoon, at 2:30 pm, children from 4 to 9 will ride in the elite’s steps on the criterium race course, leaded by some members of the National Cycling Team for great fun shared together at the TimBits Challenge.