Paris to Ancaster Bike Race – coming soon…

2014 P2A race (Sharps Lane) – (Click to enlarge) – Photo: L.B.

“For over a century the roads of northern Europe have been home to the toughest bicycle races in the world. The most famous of these, Paris to Roubaix, takes place each spring over brutal cobblestone roads that have been preserved in their historic condition for over 100 years. Inspired by this classic race, the Paris to Ancaster has taken place for the past twenty two years over the roughest farm lanes, trails and gravel roads we can find. Combined with unpredictable spring weather and the largest field of riders assembled in Canada, it has become a classic race experience for everyone from average riders to Canadian Olympians. Join us on April 26, 2015 to become part of the history of this unique race.”  /…/

“We are pleased to confirm that Sue Palmer Komar, 1996 and 2004 Olympian has confirmed for the VIP. Jeremy Powers (Rapha Focus) reigning and 3x USA National Cyclocross champion is back. 2014 P2A winner, Anthony Clark (JAM Fund) is also back for the 2015 race.”  – [P2A Website:]

Winners of the 2014 P2A race:

  • Anthony Clark (Bib# 50) – JAM FUND, USA – (Overall)
  • Meghalie Rochette (Bib# 341) – LUNA PRO TEAM, QUEBEC – (Women’s category)

Meghalie Rochette and Anthony Clark, Awards Ceremony at Ancaster Community Centre – (click to enlarge) – Photo: L.B.

Anthony Clark
Anthony Clark (#50) at Sharps Lane, 10th kilometer of the 70k race – Photo: L.B.

Meghalie Rochette
Meghalie Rochette (#341) near Harrisburg – Photo: L.B.

And, of course,

Mandy Dreyer 2
Our own Mandy Dreyer of Dundas, Ontario, (#11), winner in the women’s category in 2012 and 2013, at the bottom of the Mineral Springs Road mudchute. Also, see Mandy near Harrisburg, HERE. – Photo: L.B.

Pictures and videos from recent P2A races:

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