Online registration open for Cross-Country MTB Nationals

  
  



 
 
Online registration is open now for the
Cross-Country Mountain Bike National Championships

Registration for the 2013 USA Cycling Cross-country Mountain Bike National Championships is open now.

Heading to the east coast for the first time since 2008, the event will draw more than 1,000 riders of all ages to the trails at Bear Creek Resort in eastern Pennsylvania. Stars-and-stripes jerseys will be awarded in cross-country, short track cross-country, and Super D, July 18-21.

Registration is available through your My USA Cycling page and on the event’s website.

 

Registration Fees & Timeline

Online registration opened on May 10 at 11 am EDT.

Online registration prices per event are $50 for juniors, $65 for masters and U23 riders, and $75 for pros.

Online registration closes on July 14 at 11:59 pm EDT.

Onsite registration will be available, and the prices per event will be $90 for juniors, $110 for masters and U23 riders, and $125 for pros.

 

XC MOUNTAIN BIKE NATIONALS LINKS

Qualification Requirements

There are seven possible ways for riders to qualify to compete in the cross-country competitions, and these are outlined here.

You MUST check the qualified riders list before you register for a race. Riders registering for a race they have not qualified for will forfeit their registration fee and be removed from the registered riders list. All riders will be verified for qualification.

Pro riders are automatically qualified in their Pro discipline. Pro riders cannot race down into their age groups.

Please don’t hesitate to contact USA Cycling’s National Events Director Tony Leko at 719-434-4284 or tleko@usacycling.org.

 

 



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