Solo Racing

Solo Racing

Jan 25, 2014

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Team Racing

Team Racing

Jan 21, 2014

NAKED Team racing was developed to grasp the best of cycling; reduce the overhead and regulation while increasing enjoyment and simultaneously offering a style of racing that allows for and rewards strategic race planning. In essence NAKED Team racing is derived from ultra-endurance cycling, randonneuring and Grand Tour or Olympic Team Racing. We just stripped it down to its core and created a team sport that builds team spirit. To learn more please just follow this link...

Naked Pioneer

Naked Pioneer

Jan 6, 2014

Welcome to the online home of the Naked Pioneer, an ultra-endurance, unsupported, fossil fuel free bicycle race. The Naked Pioneer tests riders with 2,820 kilometers of racing over 39,116 meters (nearly 128,000 ft.) of climbing while winding its way through the most stunning snow-capped mountains, rich green rain forests, world heritage sites, national parks and wildlife protected areas that Canada has to offer. To learn more please visit our welcome page. The ultra-cycling race, the Naked Pioneer starts and finishes near the shores of the Pacific Ocean in picturesque White Rock, British Columbia. But, for the riders, the picture abruptly changes with 4 category 1 climbs to conquer the first day. To read more route details please follow this link. Time limits are divided into three levels of accomplishment, the slowest official time recognized is 336 hours or 14 days. However, if a racer misses the final cut-off time and completes the course they will be provided with “unofficial finisher’s status”. To read more please visit this link. The route can be viewed here, the map displayed has some interactive qualities and by simply moving your mouse around the course you will learn what they are. Please visit our draft route...

Naked Racing 101

Naked Racing 101

Jan 6, 2014

What is Naked Racing? Introducing Naked Cycling There are many types of cycling and events such as; track, road racing, criterium, team, brevets, endurance, gran fondos and randonneuring. All of which are restricted by rules and regulations which are intended to create an even or balanced competition for all participants.  The difficulty with these rules is that they often over complicate issues and add unnecessary costs that prevent involvement. Participation in cycling is a journey of discovery. Cycling is first enjoyed, have you ever seen a child’s face when they first master their two-wheeler? Then with time it rewards and with discipline applied it enriches not only the rider’s body but his or her mind and soul. To continue ready please follow this...