McGill cycling is a large team of nearly 100 full time students proudly represents McGill University throughout races all across North America, but with prominence in Quebec, Ontario, and the upper eastern United States. Our riders train and compete for all disciplines of cycling, including road, cyclocross, cross country mountain biking, downhill mountain biking, and even multi-sport events such as duathlon, triathlon, and adventure racing. All levels of riders from McGill and the greater Montréal cycling community are welcome to join us on our training rides which are posted on the forum.

We are a very inclusive competitive club, and all McGill students are eligible to become members and reap the benefits of team training weekends, races, access to the gym, spinning workouts all winter long, as well as our close relationship with Cycle Neron and our other generous sponsors. Our riders compete at all levels, from weekly criterium series to national level championships and even international races. No racing experience is necessary to join: all you need is a bike and a desire to ride it better!

The team communicates via the forum on this website as well as a listserve. Please feel free to sign up on our forum and post a ride. The only rule is, "If you post a ride, make sure that you show up!"

Email us with any questions regarding team membership, sponsorship opportunities, donations, or for ordering team jerseys!

Tufts Crit Women A Start 2015
Cameron, Men C Crit Boston Beanpot 2015
Debra, Women A Tufts Crit 2015
Andy, Women D Boston Beanpot RR 2015
McGill Cycling Team Kit
Sarah, Women C Tufts Campus Crit 2015
Keith, Men A Army Crit 2015
Women A Army Crit 2015
Philippe, Men B Harriman State Park RR
Women A Army Crit 2015

Latest News

Bridge to Ridge ITT
Women B - 2nd - Sarah

Frat Row Crit
Women B - 1st - Sarah

Live Free and Ride Road Race
Women B - 2nd - Sarah
Men D - 4th - Patrick

Wed, 2015-04-22

Hanover and Strafford, NH – The last ECCC race weekend of the season saw a small contingent of only 2 McGill riders and 1...

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