Online registration is open now for Collegiate Track Nationals!

  
  


 
 
Online registration open now for Collegiate Track Nationals

 

Online registration for the 2013 USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships is now open. Eighteen national titles will be up for grabs next month as student-athletes go head-to-head at the Colorado Springs Velodrome in southern Colorado, Sept. 19-21.

If you're planning to represent your school on the track this year, register now!

 

Online registration opened on Friday, Aug. 16 and current registration prices are $50 per event. For team events, the cost is $50 per person per event.

Online registration closes at 11:59 p.m EDT on Monday, September 16.

There will be onsite registration but you must register the day BEFORE your desired event. There will be NO DAY OF REGISTRATION. The cost of onsite registration is $70 per event. For team events, the cost will be $70 per person per event.

 

 

Please be prepared to provide your Collegiate National Championship Eligibility form and your Collegiate Track National Championship Eligbility form to registration. Riders not providing these forms at registration will not be permitted to pick up their numbers at that time. Additional information on eligibility can be found here.

Please see our Online Registration FAQ for more information. If you have any further questions about the registration process, please contact Tom Mahoney at tmahoney@usacycling.org or (719) 434-4216. If you have non-registration questions about the event, please contact Rachel Leif at rleif@usacycling.org.

 

 

 

 

 


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