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June 1 and 2

Registration closes Friday at 3pm!

2019 Tour de Sask is an omnium style stage race with a Time Trial, Road Race and Criterium. Points will be based on your finish placing for each stage. Racers who complete all three stages qualify for the overall championship for each category. Omnium prizes will be awarded at the end of the third stage. As well, cash stage win prizes will be awarded & racers are not required to complete all stages to win a stage win prize. The final prize list will be posted at the start of the second stage.

Points in each stage will be awarded as such:

1st = 25 points
2nd = 20 points
3rd = 15 points
4th = 13 points
5th = 11 points
6th = 10 points
Points continue in decreasing order to 15th place and the remainder of field that finishes will get 1 point.

Mandatory Race Registration:

Sign on for the first event will take place between 8:00 am & 8:45 am only on Saturday, June 1 at The Barn at Wind’s Edge. It is located approximately 5.5 km from the Costco Junction on the PCS Mine road-east on Highway 394 and near Range Road 3041. Even if you have preregistered for the race, you must present your race license and pick up your race numbers at this time or you will not be allowed to race. Refunds will not be given to people who miss sign on. Registration for all other stages will occur ½ hour before the stage start.

Categories offered:

CAT 1 / 2 / 3 (combined), Women, CAT 4, CAT 5 and CAT 6 (Youth U19). CAT 5 Women may choose to enter the Women’s category or may ride with the Men’s CAT 5 group (prizes will be combined). CAT 6 is for both men and women and is designed for novice U19 racers with a desire to learn to race.

Organizers reserve the right to combine categories if registration for a category does not meet the minimum participant level requirements. If you have any questions or are uncertain which category you belong in, please contact the Race Director or Chief Commissaire IN ADVANCE OF RACE DAY.

UCI rules and regulations will be in place for all stages of this race. The onus is on the racer to know and follow the rules. Wearing rigid safety headgear is mandatory during competition and training sessions for all stages. No video cameras or communication devices are allowed in road races. Urinating in public is strictly forbidden and offenders will be penalized. Bad language, disrespectful or improper behavior towards organizers, volunteers and Commissaires will not be tolerated.

Race numbers must be worn correctly for every race as outlined below:

Race numbers may not be covered at any time during a race and must be clearly visible at all times.

Race Number Placement:

All Races: Time Trial, Road Race, Criterium

1 number on right side pocket and 1 number on right side of chest / back, as per the diagram

Number Placement


A minimum 1-minute penalty will be enforced for infractions.

Race results will be posted following each stage on the website as soon as possible. Please note results are subject to change at any time before the final Omnium results are posted. If you have any questions about your results, please contact the Chief Commissaire.

Technical Director: Janice Matus 306-931-3326 306-222-4725 Cell

Chief Commissaire: Karen Cranston 306-955-6220 306-280-6783 Cell