In 2019 Sea Otter Canada joined Sea Otter Classic (Monterey, California) and Sea Otter Europe (Girona, Spain)  as the third edition of the cycling festival under the iconic Sea Otter brand.  

Showcasing one of Ontario’s best cycling regions, in 2021 Sea Otter Canada moves to Horseshoe Resort, just one hour north of Toronto.

In addition to races and rides of all descriptions, our ‘festival’ offers something for everyone to enjoy including the ‘Expo’ featuring the industry’s top cycling brands, bike demos, activities for kids, entertainment, food and beer.  Sea Otter Canada is a celebration of all things Cycling. It’s a festival for anybody who enjoys or appreciates the bike, no matter what their age or skill level.


The Sea Otter Classic is entering its 30th year and has evolved to become the premiere cycling festival in the world for both consumers and industry companies.

The Sea Otter Classic revolves around the world’s largest bike expo held annually at the Laguna Seca motor racing venue just outside of Monterey, California. in April of each year hundreds of leading brands display the newest products for purchase and trial along with food, entertainment, demos and activities for children.

Known as a sprawling and energetic “celebration of cycling,” most of cycling’s racing disciplines are also represented including mountain bike, cross country, downhill, dual slalom and short track. Road events include circuit, criterium and road racing formats as well as non-competitive Gran Fondos and recreational rides for riders of all ages.


In 2017, Sea Otter expanded to Europe with a festival in Girona, Spain. In only its second year, the event hosted over 50,000 visitors, 380 top-tier brands and 5,000 participants from over 50 different nationalities.

Sea Otter Europe brings the bike industry and bike lovers together in an area renowned for attracting pro teams for the excellent terrain and cycling culture. The event in Girona presents the widest range of opportunities for recreational and competitive cycling experiences in a region that embraces cycling on every level.