Fees Set To Increase For Elite Omnium National Championships

  
  



 
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Fees Set To Increase For Elite Omnium Track Nationals And The Non-Championship Masters Omnium

 

Planning to compete in the USA Cycling Elite Omnium Track National Championships in its first year as a stand-alone event? The weekend will also feature a non-championship masters omnium which is open to riders in categories 4 and up.

The event will be held at the Giordana Velodrome in Rock Hill, S.C., August 17-18 and current registrtaion fees are $225 per elite rider and $150 per non-championship masters rider. However - these fees are about to increase. Tomorrow, August 9, the fees will become $250 for elite riders and $175 for the masters competition. Save money by registering now!

REGISTRATION TIMELINE AND FEES

Registration opened on Monday, June 18. Current registration fees are $225 per elite rider and $150 per masters rider.

On Friday, August 9, online registration fees will increase to $250 per elite rider and $175 per masters rider.

Online registration will close at 11:59 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, August 14.

On-site registration will be available and the cost will be $275 per elite rider and $225 per non-championship masters rider.

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