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Online registration closes tomorrow for the
2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships

 

The 2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships are just around the corner!

Eighteen national titles will be up for grabs in the road race, individual time trial, team time trial, criteirum, and individual and team omniums. If you're planning to don your school colors on the roads of Richmond, May 2-4, you need to register now! Online registration is set to close on Tuesday, April 29, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

Current registration fees are $55 per individual event and $165 per team time trial if you register online.

There will be onsite registration available for the road races and criteriums, but the price for those events will increase to $85 if you register onsite. Please note - there will be NO ONSITE REGISTRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIALS AND TEAM TIME TRIALS. Athletes MUST pre-register online for those events.

 

 

Team time trial squads need to confirm their team time trial composition with USA Cycling Technical Programs Manager, Tom Mahoney at their earliest possible convenience. Please do so by sending an email to: tmahoney@usacycling.org

Qualification Information

In order to register, each collegiate rider must be marked as qualified by his or her conference director, indicating that the rider has participated in his or her conference season, and earned one of the conference's start spots. Information on this process can be found here. If you are unable to register, please contact your Conference Director. Contact information can be found here.

Housing

The special hotel rate time period has now ended. If you, your teammates, or your guests are looking to book last-minute accommodations, please contact the customer care team at Richmond2015@explorepsa.com or 888-390-5003.

Collegiate Banquet

Please join us at the conclusion of the men's Division I individual time trial on Friday, May 2, at the Richmond Convention Center for a night of great food, entertainment and awards. The banquet will feature a delicious Italian chicken dinner buffet, music and guest speakers. Tickets are available for purchase online by clicking here. Tickets will not be available at the door, so be sure to book in advance. You must purchase your tickets by Friday, May 2 at 2:00 p.m.

Participants and Coaches $25
Non-Participants $40

To request gluten free or any food allergies or restrictions, contact Virginia Kavanaugh via email with your request.

Hospitality/VIP

Please join us at the inaugural VIP Hospitality tent at the 2014 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships. The VIP Hospitality tent will be located on the start/finish line with a special VIP viewing area just for the VIP guests. The guests will be able to enjoy complimentary food and beverages throughout the day while cheering on the participants. Tickets are available for purchase online by clicking here.

Participants $25
Non-Participants $40

Questions about the VIP Hospitality packages can be sent to Virginia Kavanaugh via email.

Volunteer

Are your friends and family attending the 2014 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championship? Encourage them to be part of the action in Richmond by signing up to volunteer! Visit the volunteer registration website to choose availability and sign up today.

Questions?

For more information on the event, please visit the official USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships webpage. Please contact USA Cycling National Events Manager Rachel Leif with any questions about the event. For registration questions, please contact USA Cycling Technical Programs Manager, Tom Mahoney.

Sincerely,

USA Cycling

 

 


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