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  • Paris to Ancaster
    April 30, 2017
    8:00 am - 6:00 pm

​How do you prepare for a ride? How should you adjust your insulin for a race? Join our team of active type 1’s to discuss and put it into motion as we ride the trails  If you love riding a bike but looking to spice up your cycling, then this race is for you.Meet the founder of “Team Type 1 Cycling” and Elite cyclist Carlo Capaldi who will be leading this session.

What: Join ICD for an incredible challenge with cyclists who understand the challenges of racing and riding with diabetes. Carlo Capaldi is a 3 time provincial champion and leader of team type one, he is not only a phenomenal rider but also a type 1 diabetic himself. This is the perfect opportunity for individuals to not only challenge themselves, but also to encourage other participants, family members and community! Come ride and share strategies with some of the best type 1 cyclists in Canada. Following the race we will meet up in Ancaster to talk about the highs and lows.

Who: Type 1s of all ages are welcome and may register friends or family members. All skill levels in both sport and diabetes management are welcome. Our leaders will teach you from the beginning or challenge you to be your best. Cyclists age 10+ (under 11 years old must be accompanied by an adult)

Distance Categories and Course Info:
Racers have multiple options, a 20km family race, 40km race or 70km race.

When: Sunday April 30th
Start time depends on your race distance.

Where: Starting spot depends on which leg you are competing in
Finish line for all participants will be the Robert E. Wade Community Park click HERE for map

Do I register with ICD or P2A: To compete in this race you have to sign up on the P2A website here. Registering with ICD lets us know that you are coming so we can make sure to send you the team information before the race.

If you have any questions about diabetes and cycling please reach out to Carlo Capaldi at  [email protected]


1 Comment
  1. Carlo 5 years ago

    Carlo here!

    I’m excited about returning to the Paris to Ancaster bike race. If you are nervous about the idea of a race don’t worry. It’s just a timed event. It is recommended that you pick your distance carefully. If you are an avid rider and have a mountain bike or cyclocross bike then the 70k is your challenge. For those of you who do not ride as much, then the 20k or 40 k is your ticket. The 40 k is still challenging, and you will most likely get muddy regardless of the race you choose. Visit the Paris to Ancaster website to register. There is additional information you should read to make your day run as smoothly as possible.

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