Online registration closes Oct. 24 for Collegiate MTB Nationals


Are you ready to torch the competition in Angel Fire? Now is the time to claim your spot on the start line!
Online registration for the 2011 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships closes on Monday, October 24, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
Angel Fire, New Mexico, will host competitions in cross-country, downhill, short-track cross-country and dual slalom beginning Friday, October 28, and concluding Sunday, October 30.
Register for Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals
Registration is also available through your My USA Cycling page and the event website.
Registration Fees and Timeline
·         Registration is now open. Entry fee: $50/cross-country events/$60 gravity events
·         October 24 – Online registration closes
On-site registration will be available for $70 for cross-country events and $80 for gravity events.
Eligibility and Qualification
In order to register, all riders must first be marked as eligible and qualified by their conference director, according to the rules summarized here. All teams must also bring this form, filled out by their school registrar verifying that all athletes are full-time students, with them to packet pick-up on site at the event. Riders will NOT be allowed to race without it. All riders interested in participating in this event should read this document beforehand. Questions about Collegiate rules can be directed to USA Cycling Collegiate Manager Jeffrey Hansen at
Travel and Accommodations
A special discount for lodging at Angel Fire Resort will be offered to Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals competitors. Click here for more information.
As you’re making 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 and Hertz rental cars, among others. Visit your My USA Cycling page to learn more about these savings opportunities.
More Information
Visit the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals website for course maps, schedule of events, latest news and more.
Please contact National Events Director Kelli Lusk at with any questions.

This Article Published October 18, 2011 For more information contact: