The Amazing Race Canada: Ride Along

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The Amazing Race Canada: Ride Along

Year: 2019
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Kayla Grey

Join race correspondent Kayla Grey and experience TARC like never before. She is along for the ride every step of the way to experience the challenges and local flavours of each destination. Kayla also catches up with Jon Montgomery and the racers at the end of each leg to hear their first hand reactions to the race and the locations they’ve visited. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Kamloops, BC, is the first stop for The Amazing Race Canada after the starting line in Toronto. Race correspondent Kayla Grey joins host Jon Montgomery for a 1,000ft. long, 400ft. high zipline across the Ajax mine project and a visit to the Circle Creek Ranch for a taste of the cowboy life.

Episode 2

Dirt biking through a challenging mountainside race course - canoeing Williamson Lake with Jon Montgomery, - experiencing the charm of Edmonton's heritage High Level Bridge streetcars. All par for the course for Kayla Grey as she enjoys the stunning local attractions featured on The Amazing Race Canada in Revelstoke, BC, and Edmonton, AB, legs two and three of the race.

Episode 3

From the frozen land of the Great White North to the sparkling waters surrounding Vancouver Island, host Kayla Grey continues to track The Amazing Race Canada through legs four and five. The teams race through Yellowknife, NTW, and Nanaimo, BC. Meanwhile, Kayla faces her fears on an epic bungee swing, experiences a thrilling airplane ride over a frozen lake, and visits the famous Goats on the Roof tourist attraction. 

Episode 4

Race correspondent Kayla Grey first touches down in Saskatoon for a dance lesson with Jon Montgomery and a tryout with the Saskatchewan Rush, the local National Lacrosse League team. When she follows the contestants to their next leg in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Kayla discovers the excitement of Oktoberfest and high-tech art that brings out her inner child.

Episode 5

It’s an adventure in Quebec’s Charlevoix region for etalk’s The Amazing Race Canada correspondent Kayla Grey. On the eighth leg of the race, she learns the local sport of pick lit and tries their famous poutine. Then, on to the ninth leg in Thunder Bay, ON, Kayla challenges Jon Montgomery to an epic bar room games battle.

Episode 6

The final two legs of The Amazing Race Canada this season officially wrap up the summer. Race correspondent Kayla Grey follows the racers to Wolfville, NS, where she and race host Jon Montgomery team up to overcome a sledge hockey challenge, before moving on to the finish line in Ontario’s cottage country, where the pair find themselves flying high above the water in a wild new extreme sport.

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