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Manitoba Cycling Association
The Manitoba Cycling Association (MCA) is the not for profit, volunteer based Provincial Sports Organization responsible for the promotion and development of cycling in Manitoba since 1980.
Under the umbrella of Sport Manitoba and working with a rapidly growing membership base our purpose is to advance athletes along the performance pathway and develope partnerships to promote the growth of cycling in Manitoba. Working in collaboration with our clubs and members we strive to:
Join a Club
Want to find a group to ride with? There are dozens of clubs in the city offering a wide variety of rides and adventures.
Choose A Ride
Learn about the various races, events, get a license, etc.
The MCA is served by volunteers that provide oversight, leadership, and expertise in many areas.
Be an Official
Commissaires are the sports officials for bicycle races in each cycling discipline. Their responsibilities are to ensure a safe and fair play competition, in accordance with UCI/MCA Rules and Regulations.
Become a Coach
Like riders, coaches undergo a training process designed to assist them in developing the necessary skills and ethical behaviors to work with cyclists in their discipline and level of interest.
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In 2003, Leah started cycling at age 13 with the Kids in the Mud mountain bike program in Winnipeg. Just 7 years later (at age 20) she turned professional. In 2010 she competed at her first Commonwealth Games. A year later, she finished 10th in the road race at the Pan American Championships and made her world championship debut. In 2012 she won road race silver at the Pan American Championships.
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