Registration prices increasing for Elite Timed Track Nationals

  
  



 
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Online registration fees set to increase for
Elite Timed Track National Championships

 

On Monday, July 15, registration fees will increase for the 2013 USA Cycling Elite Timed Track National Championships.

The event is slated for August 9-11 at the VELO Sports Center in Carson, Calif., and it will crown national champions in the time trial, international onium, individual pursuit, team sprint, and team pursuit. If you're planning to race for a Stars-and-Stripes jersey, then save money by registering now!

ATTENTION OMNIUM RACERS: USA Cycling has reduced the registration price for the international omnium by $75, making the current fee $150 per rider.

 

REGISTRATION TIMELINE AND FEES

Registration opened on Tuesday, June 11 and current registration fees are $60 per individual event and $150 per international omnium. .

On Tuesday, July 9, online registration fees will increase to $75 per individual event and $175 per international omnium.

Online registration will close at 11:59 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, August 6.

On-site registration will be available and the cost will be $85 per individual event and $200 per international omnium.

NATIONALS LINKS

 

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

 

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