The Tour de Delta is a bike race which takes place over the course of three days of competitive cycling action.
Taking place from Friday, July 7 to Sunday, July 9th, the Tour de Delta attracts thousands of spectators as over 100 pro cyclists race through the streets of Delta. Weekend events are spread out between the North Delta, Ladner and Tsawwassen neighbourhoods of Delta.
TOUR DE DELTA DETAILS
FRIDAY, JULY 7 | The races kick off with the MK Delta Criterium on Friday, July 7, featuring a 1.2 km loop around the Social Heart of North Delta.
SATURDAY, JULY 8 | Head to historic Ladner Village to catch the Ladner Criterium on Saturday, July 8 — Watch the competitors complete lap after lap at exhilarating speeds. High speed cornering, straight away sprints make this race a fan favourite.
SUNDAY, JULY 9 | The event culminates with the competitive and thrilling UCI 1.2 Sanctioned White Spot Road Race, featuring a course that winds through almost 13 km of Tsawwassen streets.
Friday, July 7 NORTH DELTA | Sunday, July 9 TSAWWASSEN
Community festivals in North Delta and Tsawwassen are full of race-side action, sports and children’s activities (bouncy castle, obstacle course, entertainment), food trucks & vendors, a beer tent on Friday in North Delta, and much more.
The Tour de Delta is part of BC Superweek, known as the fastest week in BC. BC Superweek is Canada’s biggest professional road cycling series and features more than $140,000 in prize money with nine races over ten days. BC Superweek runs from July 7 – 16 this summer and is made up of the Tour de Delta (July 7 – 9), New West Grand Prix (July 11), Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix (July 12), Giro di Burnaby (July 13), PoCo Grand Prix (July 14), and Steve Nash Fitness World presents Tour de White Rock (July 15 – 16).
For more information, visit tourdedelta.ca.