Registration for Elite Track National Championships now open


Cari Higgins races the 500m time trial portion of the women's omnium in 2010.
Cari Higgins races the 500m time trial portion of the women's omnium in 2010.

The fastest track cyclists in America will gather at the Home Depot Center Velodrome in Carson, California, on September 28 for five days of racing.

Will you be there? Online registration is now available for the 2011 USA Cycling Elite Track and International Omnium National Championships!

Register for Elite Track Nationals

Registration is also available through your My USA Cycling page.

Registration Fees and Timeline

  • Online registration now open — Entry fees: $60 per event/$225 for the omnium
  • August 26 at 11:59 p.m. EDT — Entry fees increase to $75 per event/$250 for the omnium
  • September 22 at 11:59 p.m. EDT — Online registration closes

On-site registration will be available for $85 per event and $275 for the omnium. Competitors who register early but then decide to add events while on-site in Carson will pay the per-event fee they paid when they first registered online.

FAQs on USA Cycling's online registration system

New This Year

New for 2011: Spectator-focused Friday and Saturday evening sessions! Invite your friends and family to experience the excitement of world-class racing at this year’s pre-Olympic national championships. The Home Depot Center will offer concessions, a beer garden, and special entertainment events such as kids’ races and a fitness expo!

Bike Measurement Rules

Please note that all Elite national championship races are subject to UCI rules for bicycles, including the 3:1 ratio rule. For more information reference Part 1, Section 3 of the UCI rule book.

Travel and Accommodations

As you're making your travel plans, keep in mind that USA Cycling members are eligible for travel-related discounts on airfare, lodging and bike shipping from partners such as United Airlines, Hilton Worldwide and Hertz rental cars, among others. Visit your My USA Cycling page to learn more about these savings opportunities.

The Home Depot Center (HDC) can receive shipped bicycles (UPS, FEDEX, or other carrier) for a $10 handling/storage fee. All requests must be made through the Event Center Manager, Adam Duvendeck, or they will not be accepted by HDC's receiving department.

More Information

Click here for a schedule of events (The schedule is tentative and subject to change.)

Please contact National Events Manager Tony Leko at or 719.434.4284 with any questions.