Online registration open now for 2014 Elite Track Nationals

  
  



 
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Online registration open now for the 2014 USA Cycling
Elite Track National Championships

 

Online registration is now open for the 2014 USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships.

After the timed races and mass start races were split between two separate events in 2013, this year will see the pair come back together for a single event, Aug. 12-17, at the Giordana Velodrome in Rock Hill, S.C.

If you plan to compete, REGISTER NOW to save money! (Prices increase on July 26.)

 

Early Registration Period -
Ends 11:58 p.m. EDT on July 26

Late Registration Period -
Begins 11:59 p.m. EDT on July 26. Ends 11:59 p.m. EDT on Aug. 8.

Onsite Registration
Individual Events $60 $75 $85
International Omnium $150 $175 $225

 

Eighteen national titles will be up for grabs to men and women in the individual pursuit, miss & out, team pursuit, sprint, scratch race, Madison, keirin, points race, and team sprint.

If you have questions, please contact USA Cycling's Director of National Events, Tony Leko at tleko@usacycling.org or 719-434-4284.

For questions about online registration, please contact USA Cycling's Technical Programs Manager, Tom Mahoney at tmahoney@usacycling.org or 719-434-4216.

 

 

 

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