Monthly Archives: November 2021

Ontario Cycling Association 2021 Season Awards

The Ontario Cycling Association recognizes the outstanding accomplishments and contributions of both our developing and excellence athletes, as well as our coaches, volunteers, officials, and clubs. Nomination Process The OCA will request nominations from members for each of the Year End Awards.  Each nominator AND nominee must be an OCA 2021 member in good standing […]

How to get ready for your best trainer season ever

By Molly Hurford Trainer season is upon us, and whether you just started riding or you’re getting on your indoor trainer for the first time ever this year, we have a few tips for getting started this season. Riding the trainer can be a great way to keep your cycling skills sharp even when weather […]

2022 OCA Para-Cycling Program Application Released

The Ontario Cycling Association offers several streams to help support para-athletes at different stages of their athlete development.  The program will maintain a focus on providing identified athletes, who are committed to pursuing international success, with additional training opportunities, increased technical assessment, and opportunities for high level competition support.  However, the OCA will continue to […]

Ontario Cycling Association Announces new President & CEO Pam Julian

The Board of Directors of the Ontario Cycling Association [OCA] would like to announce the appointment of Pam Julian as the new President & CEO of the Ontario Cycling Association. Pam’s most recent position was as Executive Director of Ringette Ontario. She brings an extensive background in leadership, project management, event management, strategic planning as […]

OCA Announces New Board of Directors

The Ontario Cycling Association [OCA] held our 2021 Annual General Meeting today and are pleased to announce and welcome Michael Fawcett and Scott Morrison to the Board for a 2 year term. At this time, the OCA would like to thank outgoing members Kathleen MacEwen, Scott Elliot and Suzanne Hurding for all their hard work […]