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USA Cycling unveils 2013 championships calendar

Posted on 20th November, by CClinton in RaceCircuit. Comments Off on USA Cycling unveils 2013 championships calendar

Just three days after announcing a professional category for women with matching professional titles to be awarded, USA Cycling releases their event schedule for championship events.

2013 USA Cycling National Championship Events Calendar

  • January 9, Cyclocross Championships (Madison, WI)
  • May 3-5, Collegiate Road Championships (Ogden, UT)
  • May 18,  Elite BMX Championships (Chula Vista, CA)
  • May 25-27, Professional Road & Time Trial Championships (Chattanooga, TN)
  • June 1, Amateur BMX Championships (Nashville, TN)
  • June 15-16, 24-Hour Mountain Bike Championships (Gallup, NM)
  • July 3-7, Amateur & Para-cycling Road Championships (Madison, WI)
  • July 6, Marathon Mountain Bike Championships (Sun Valley, ID)
  • July 18-21, Cross Country Mountain Bike Championships (Bear Creek Resort, PA)
  • July 25-28, Junior Track Championships (Trexlertown, PA)
  • July 27, Professional Criterium Championships (High Point, NC)
  • July 30–August 4, Masters Track Championships (Indianapolis, IN)
  • August 2-4, Gravity Mountain Bike Championships (Angel Fire, NM)
  • August 9-11, Elite Timed Track Championships (Carson, CA)
  • August 22-24, Elite Mass Start Track Championships (Rock Hill, SC)
  • September 4-8, Masters Road Championships (Bend, OR)
  • September 19-21, Collegiate Track Championships (CO)
  • October 25-27, Collegiate Mountain Bike Championships (Banner Elk, NC)

For more details see: USA Cycling unveils its 2013 national championships calendar – USA Cycling.

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