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A spirited group of cyclists, riding in & around Southern Ontario escarpment for sport and fitness


OCA - Stay at Home Update – April 9th, 2021

The Provincial Government has implemented a Stay-at-Home Order effective April 8, 2021. Details relating to the order can be found at the Province wide Shutdown Website


Stay-at-Home Order (O-Reg 265/21) – Guides Ontarians as to their individual responsibilities.

Rules for Areas in Stage 1 (Shutdown Zone) – O-Reg 82/20 – General rules for the Shutdown Zone

Highlights as it applies to cycling:

Stay-at-Home Order

Schedule 1

1 (1) Every individual shall remain at the residence at which they are currently residing at all times unless leaving their residence is necessary for one or more of the following purposes…

16. Exercising, including,

  1. walking or moving around outdoors using an assistive mobility device, or
  2. using an outdoor recreational amenity that is permitted to be open under the Stage 1 Order.

Rules for Areas in Stage 1 (Shutdown Zone)

Schedule 2

48 (4) …no indoor or outdoor sports or recreational classes are permitted at any indoor or outdoor sport...

OCA - Return to Sport Update – August 20th, 2020

OCA sanctioned group activities have increased to 20 participants per group [unless regional or facility restrictions dictate less]. A reminder that all participants must maintain a minimum 2M...

OCA - Return to Sport Update V.3 – June 10th, 2020

As of June 12, 2020, the Provincial Government will be moving to Stage 2 of their Restart Plan, which includes increasing group activities to a maximum of ten (10) people.  This change is now...

OCA - Announcement on Membership Compensation as a Result of COVID-19

From OCA:

Please find below information on the current state of affairs as well as information on our COVID-19 Membership Compensation Policy being offered to the membership.

OCA Announcement on...

OCA - Return to Sport Update V.2 – June 4th, 2020


It is important to clarify what is meant when we refer to OCA sanctioned activities. Sanctioned activities are those that are run by clubs/teams who have...

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