USA Cycling National Championships in 2019
USA Cycling announces 2019 National Championships
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling has announced the 2019 USA Cycling National Championships schedule. With races from coast-to-coast, the country’s best riders will compete across each discipline to win the U.S. title. The 2019 National Championship schedule begins in March, and continues with at least one championship nearly every month, including races at the junior, collegiate, amateur, elite and masters levels.
“The USA Cycling National Championships bring together the top racers in the U.S. who are all racing for the honor of wearing the Stars and Stripes jersey and being crowned national champion,” said so many riders at every level to realize their dreams of competing on the national stage,” said Derek Bouchard-Hall, USA Cycling President & CEO. “The races are guaranteed to be thrilling and rewarding to watch. And, for the elite-level riders, the 2019 National Championships will be key with the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics one year away.”
The first National Championship of 2019 – the USA Cycling Elite BMX Nationals – will be held in March at the Rock Hill BMX Supercross Track in Rock Hill, S.C. The Mountain Bike National Championships move out west and take over the Winter Park Resort in Colorado in July. Riders across multiple age groups will be racing in the home of USA Cycling, Colorado Springs, Colo., on parts of the 1986 UCI Road World Championships course in August. The junior, elite and masters level track National Championships return to the VELO Sports Center in Carson, Calif., and the US PRO Road Championships are back on the hills of Knoxville, Tenn., next summer. The year closes with the December’s USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals in Tacoma, Wash.
“The USA Cycling National Championships are an incredible opportunity for so many riders at every level to realize their dreams of competing on the national stage,” said Chuck Hodge, USA Cycling Vice President of Operations. “The races are also a chance for cities and cycling communities around the country to come together and watch America’s best riding at their best. The National Championships are not to be missed, and we are continuing to work to make each of the events bigger and better.”
2019 USA Cycling National Championships Schedule
March 29-31 USA Cycling Elite BMX Nationals Rock Hill, S.C.
April 4-5 USA Cycling Collegiate BMX Nationals DeSoto, Tex.
May 10-12 USA Cycling Collegiate Road Championships Augusta, Ga.
June 20-23 USA Cycling Amateur Road Championships Hagerstown, Md.
June 27-30 USA Cycling US PRO Road Championships Knoxville, Tenn
July 2-7 USA Cycling Junior/Elite Track Championships Carson, Calif.
July 23-28 USA Cycling Mountain Bike Nationals Winter Park, Colo.
August 8-11 USA Cycling Masters Road Nationals Colorado Springs, Colo
Aug. 27- Sept. 1 USA Cycling Masters Track Nationals Carson, Calif.
September 12-15 USA Cycling Collegiate Track Championships Rock Hill, S.C.
October 18-20 USA Cycling Collegiate MTB Nationals Durango, Colo.
December 10-15 USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals Tacoma, Wash.
To Be Announced
USA Cycling Marathon MTB Nationals
USA Cycling Para Road Race & Time Trial National Championships
For more information, please contact Guillermo Rojas at email@example.com.
For more information on the events, visit https://legacy.usacycling.org/national-championships/2019. Follow @USACycling throughout the year for updates and results from all of the National Championships.
About USA Cycling (usacycling.org)
USA Cycling is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., at the center of U.S. Olympic movement with peer institutions such as the United States Olympic Committee, U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, and dozens of other U.S. National Governing Bodies. USA Cycling began in 1920 as The Amateur Bicycle League of America and evolved through the decades to become United States Cycling Federation in 1975 and ultimately USA Cycling, Inc. in 1995. USA Cycling's roughly 60,000 members are comprised of racers and cyclists of all ages and abilities, coaches, officials, mechanics, and race directors.