School of Hard Knox 2019 BC Cyclocross Championships pb ChainLine Cycle

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The 2019 BC Cyclocross Championships will take place at the School of Hard Knox Cyclocross Race presented by ChainLine Cycle on November 10, 2019, at Knox Mountain Park, just north of downtown Kelowna, BC. The central location of the mountain makes this race easily accessible for both local residents and those coming from out of town.

Riders will be treated to plenty of twists and turns that run through a semi-wooded area of Knox Mountain and course features include an array of terrain including gravel, grass, forest floor, hardpack dirt, and sand. When you’re not looking down at the ground beneath you, you’ll see stunning views from Knox Mountain Park including the surrounding regional mountains, the city, and Okanagan Lake.

 

There will be Open Men’s & Women’s categories for those not competing for a provincial title while the provincial championship categories include,

  • U13/U15/U17 Men & Women
  • Junior (U19) Men & Women
  • Elite Men & Women
  • 30-39 Masters Men & Women
  • 40-49 Masters Men & Women
  • 50+ Masters Women
  • 50-59 Masters Men
  • 60+ Masters Men
  • Single-Speed Men & Women

View the official tech guide for eligibility details.

View the 2018 Cyclocross Provincial Champions

 

If cyclocross racing at Knox Mountain isn’t enough to satisfy your riding fix, Kelowna offers fantastic cycling trails for the whole family including the Okanagan Rail Trail, Mission Creek Greenway, and Paul’s Tomb trail (at Knox Mountain Park).

Check out the Okanagan Rail Trail in this video:

 

All that riding may leave you wanting to refuel at one the local eateries and quenching your thirst at one of the many craft breweries popping up all over Kelowna.

Unique Kelowna Restaurants

Salt & Brickhttps://saltandbrick.ca

– Share plates & wine sourced across the Okanagan Valley
– Brunch, lunch & dinner
– Vegetarian-friendly, vegan options, gluten-free options

RauDZ Regional Tablehttps://www.raudz.com

– Our philosophy is simple: support local, buy local, eat & drink local
– Dinner only
– Vegetarian-friendly, vegan options, gluten-free options

Okanagan Street Foodhttps://okanaganstreetfood.com/

– A fantastic funky diner, great for breakfast or lunch
– Breakfast, brunch & lunch
– Vegetarian-friendly, gluten-free options

El Taquerohttps://www.el-taquero.com/

– inspired by the street-side taco stands of Mexico City and use many family recipes
– Lunch & dinner
– Vegetarian-friendly, vegan options, gluten-free options

Krafty Kitchen + Barhttps://www.kraftykitchen.ca/

– Casual farm to table eatery and bar
– Breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner
– Vegetarian-friendly, vegan options, gluten-free options

 

 

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Some Kelowna Breweries

Red Bird Brewing Inc. (Official Beer Supplier for School of Hard Knox 2019)https://www.facebook.com/redbirdbeer/

Kettle River Brewing Co.https://www.kettleriverbrewing.ca/

BNA Brewinghttps://www.bnabrewing.com/

 

 

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Thanks to Steve at ChainLine Cycle for giving us the insider tips and guide to making the most of what the city has to offer during this year’s cyclocross provincial championships.

While the race itself should be more than enough reason to head to Kelowna on November 10th, the fun doesn’t have to stop once you cross the finish line!

 

Register now for the 2019 School of Hard Knox BC Cyclocross Championships