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Get FREE Tickets for the CVR World Cup Vancouver Race Today!

Now you can experience virtual cycling’s esport — CVR World Cup LIVE — with FREE tickets.

Cycligent Physical Esports wants to offer you, your family, and friends, complimentary tickets to attend the CVR World Cup Vancouver race, LIVE at the Harry Jerome Sports Centre, Burnaby Velodrome.

Experience the entire event for FREE…

  • Intense Bicycle Racing
  • Cycligent’s State-of-the-art, Esport League Technology
  • Zwift’s Indoor, Interactive, MMO, Virtual Cycling Platform
  • Meet Elite Cyclists from All Over the World
  • Learn All About Our CVR World Cup League
  • Network with Racing Fans, Coaches, and Cycling Enthusiasts
  • Learn All About Exclusive CVR World Cup Training

And much more!


Here are the CVR World Cup Vancouver details…

June 23 and June 24


Harry Jerome Sports Centre, Burnaby Velodrome

7564 Barnet Hwy

Burnaby, BC V5A 1E7

(Located in Harry Jerome Sports Centre)


Limited quantities so get your FREE tickets today!

Be sure to check back for more information and updates.

CVR World Cup Featured on!

Please take a minute and read the special feature about CVR World Cup and its dedication to equality when it comes to men’s and women’s prize payouts.

You can read the entire article titled This Woman Won $7,800 in a Zwift Race” by clicking here.


CVR World Cup just announced that cycling equipment provider PowerTap will supply them with power meters & cadence sensors, and CycleOps will provide hammer direct drive trainers, sweat guards, and training mats for the Winter 2018 race season. They both will also provide additional swag items for special giveaways. Both brands are endorsed by Saris, based in Madison, Wisconsin.

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CVR World Cup in the news – Front Page on Major News Site

CVR are in the new again, this time on a major international new site which gets over 40 million view a month!

“The Sweaty Esports are Coming”

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What could be more exciting than watching a line of cyclists spinning madly on stationary bikes, sweating profusely, faces grimacing, eyes transfixed on computer screens positioned before them?

Almost anything, right?

Ah, but there’s more to this scene. The cyclists are inside the National Velodrome in Paris, and these aren’t exercise bikes. The 10 extremely fit cyclists are decked out in full racing kit, pedaling svelte racing bikes mounted on indoor trainers that impart varying levels of resistance to the riders’ effort. Those computer screens are tuned in to a virtual cycling platform, and that’s where the action is. In the virtual world, each rider’s avatar is pedaling through a landscape punctuated with alpine peaks, tunnels, dark forests and lava-spewing volcanoes. The avatars duke it out as riders would in a real race — at times in a tight pack, at times responding to heroic breakaway attacks. A steep climb on screen corresponds to an uptick in resistance on the bike. The race may be virtual, but the pain is real. And it actually is exciting to watch.