Registration for the 2011 Pro Crit National Championship now open


Daniel Holloway outsprints Ken Hanson to take the 2010 national championship. Photo: Casey B. Gibson
Daniel Holloway outsprints Ken Hanson to take the 2010 national championship. Photo: Casey B. Gibson

Operating in tandem with the Herman Miller Grand Cycling Classic, the 2011 USA Cycling Professional Criterium National Championship will take place August 20 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Grand Cycling Classic follows a classic six-turn criterium course in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids, where competitors will ride over sections of the historic red brick street pavers.

This will also mark the first time the Pro Crit National Championship is an American-only race. The first man to cross the line dons the Stars-and-Stripes!

Register for Pro Crit Nationals

Registration Fees and Timeline

  • Online registration now open — Entry fee: $75
  • July 27 — Entry fees increase to $90
  • August 17 — Online registration closes

On-site registration will be available for $100. Enrollment and meetings for team managers will take place the day before the race.

FAQs on USA Cycling's online registration system

Travel and Accommodations

The race headquarters hotel will be the Courtyard Grand Rapids Downtown. Host housing is available for visiting pro riders. Please contact race director Rob Laybourn at 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, Hilton Worldwide and Hertz rental cars, among others. Visit your My USA Cycling page to learn more about these savings opportunities.

More Information

More information, including a schedule of events, can be found at on the Pro Crit National Championship website.

Please contact the Managing Director of National Events, Micah Rice, at if you have any questions.

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