Registration open now for 2014 Volkswagen USA Cycling Pro Road & TT Championships

  
  



 
 

 

Registration is open now for the 2014 Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road & Time Trial Championships

The 2014 Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road & Time Trial Championships are returning to Chattanooga, Tenn. for the second of three years this May. After the thrilling event there in 2013, USA Cycling is excited for a return to the Scenic City.

Adding to the excitement for 2014 is the prize of a 2015 Volkswagen GTI one-year loan, which will be awarded to the men's and women's road race winners.

If you're planning to race for a professional national title (and a Volkswagen), register now! Registration opened on March 21, and is currently priced at $75 per race. The fees will increase to $100 per race on April 21.

Registration Fees & Timeline

  • March 21 at 11 a.m. EDT- Registration opened. Cost: $75 per race.

  • April 21, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EDT- Entry fees increase to $100 per race.

  • May 20 at 11:59 p.m. EDT- Online registration closes.

On-site registration will be available for $150 per race.

 

Travel & Accommodations

Just as it was in 2013, the race hotel for this year's championships is the Marriott Downtown. Receive the special rate of $129 per night when you book with the USA Cycling group rate. Rooms are limited, so please reserve soon.

As you're making your travel arrangements, 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 and Hertz rental cars, among others. Learn more about these savings opportunities.

If your friends and family can't make it to Chattanooga, they can follow the road race action LIVE on Tour Tracker. More details will be announced in coming weeks.

If you have questions about the national championships, please contact USA Cycling’s Director of National Events, Tony Leko. For questions about online registration, please contact USA Cycling's Technical Programs Manager, Tom Mahoney.

 

 


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