The Canadian National Cycling Team represents Canada at World Championships and the Olympic Games in the BMX, Cyclocross, Mountain Bike, Para-Cycling, Road, and Track disciplines. The relationship with Cycling Canada dates back to the 1984 Olympics where Louis Garneau was a competitor and member of the National Team as well as clothing supplier to the cycling team! Garneau has produced apparel for the Los Angeles, Seoul, Barcelona, Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, Beijing, London, and upcoming Rio Summer Games.
Highlights of the Cycling Canada program include:
- Gold medal in track cycling (Women’s Individual Sprint) by Lori-Ann Muenzer in Athens in 2004.
- Canada has a total of 12 Olympic medals in cycling.
- Steve Bauer, Curt Harnett, Clara Hughes, Marie-Hélène Prémont, Alison Sydor, and Brian Walton are all Canadian Olympic Medal winners.