Colorado Springs, Colo. (Nov. 4, 2011) — USA Cycling is excited to announce the beginning of the 2011 USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Calendar (CXNC).
The calendar, which spans five races, begins with the Fall Back Cross Race in Colorado Springs, Colo. The calendar continues on Nov. 13 with the 25th Outdoors Inc Cyclocross Championships in Memphis, Tenn., before continuing with the Super Cross Cups 1 and 2 in Long Island, N.Y. on Nov. 19-20, and culminating on Dec. 4 in Mason, Ohio with theKings CX Weekend.
The purpose of the CXNC is to recognize top domestic events and provide them with the opportunity to achieve UCI recognition. Those races that seek UCI inscription and inclusion on the
United States International Cyclo-cross Calendar (USICX) must first be part of the CXNC for at least one year.
Among the requirements for inclusion on the CXNC is an elite cash purse, as well as the agreement to submit race results to USA Cycling within 24 hours for proper rankings calculation.
The 2012-13 CXNC event application will be available on this page in late 2011.
2011 Cyclo-cross National Calendar (CXNC)
|November 6||Fall Back Cross Race||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
|November 13||25th Outdoors Inc Cyclocross||Memphis, Tenn.|
|November 19||Super Cross Cup 1||Long Island, N.Y.|
|November 20||Super Cross Cup 2||Long Island, N.Y.|
|December 4||Kings CX Weekend||Mason, Ohio|
About USA Cycling
Recognized by the United States Olympic Committee and the Union Cycliste Internationale, USA Cycling is the official governing body for all disciplines of competitive cycling in the United States, including road, track, mountain bike, BMX and cyclo-cross. As a membership-based organization, USA Cycling comprises 70,000 licensees; 2,400 clubs and teams; and 34 local associations. The national governing body sanctions 2,900 competitive and non-competitive events throughout the U.S. each year, manages 17 national championship events and is responsible for fostering the identification, development, and support of American cyclists. To learn more about USA Cycling, visitwww.usacycling.org.
Source: Keri S. Kahn, USA Cycling, Inc.