Event Info

The New West Grand Prix is an international professional cycling race taking place in historic downtown New Westminster.


The New West Grand Prix is a member of BC Superweek, one of the most prestigious cycling events in North America. We are excited to host some of the best riders from around the world with over 13 different nationalities represented. The criterium-style race features a mass start and a 935-meter circuit that cyclists navigated for an expected 45-55 laps. More than 200 male and female cyclists will pass by every minute, making the New West Grand Prix a thrilling spectator experience.

Pro Women’s Race

See world class athletes, including some that have represented their respected countries at World Championships and Olympics.

Pro Men’s Race

See the best North American cyclists reach speeds over 70km/hr that can only be fully appreciated experiencing it live.


An opportunity for our next generation to show off their abilities. Young racers aged 12-16 can register through their youth cycling club.

New West Kids Prix

Riders 3 – 5 years will race one straight-a-way; riders 6 – 9 years will race two lengths of Columbia Street; and riders 10 – 12 years will race four lengths of Columbia Street.

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Michelle Dean


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Ruby Campbell


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Race Results

Check out the top 3 finish results for Women Pro 1/2/3 and Pro Men 1/2 at this years New West Grand Prix.

Community Notices

In order to ensure a safe course route and a great spectator experience, several road closures will be in effect on race day.

Event FAQs

The New West Grand Prix is a criterium or crit. It’s a mass-start bike race contested on a tight, closed circuit the riders will lap 40-60 times in about an hour. If that sounds a little like Nascar racing, it’s an apt comparison, complete with multiple lead changes, bunch charges to the line, pit stops, chills and spills.

BC Superweek is Canada’s biggest professional road cycling series and features more than $135,000 in prize money with nine races over ten days. BC Superweek runs from July 6 – 15, 2018 and is made up of the Tour de Delta (July 6 – 8), New West Grand Prix (July 10), Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix (July 11), Giro di Burnaby presented by Appia Development (July 12), PoCo Grand Prix presented by Dominion Lending Centres (July 13), and Steve Nash Fitness World presents Tour de White Rock (July 14 – 15).​


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