This series will unfold across eight must-visit destinations, stretching across the country.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling proudly announces the 2024 Cross-Country Mountain Bike National Series, a successor to the Professional Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT). The upcoming series retains the successful format of the previous year while introducing a new opportunity for junior cyclists.
In a strategic move to foster junior talent, the 2024 series now offers juniors the opportunity to qualify for the 2024 Cross-Country Mountain Bike National Championships automatically.
“This year’s Cross-Country Mountain Bike National Series will host some of the best races in the country. The challenging courses and stunning landscapes across the eight stops promise an unforgettable experience for cyclists and fans alike.” said Kyle Knott, USA Cycling’s Director of National Events.
Many of the stops in the series will feature Elite, UCI, and Amateur level racing, offering the opportunity for riders of all ages and skill levels a chance to compete. After each event, individual rankings will be updated for each UCI category, and series standings can be found on the USA Cycling website.
The 2024 Cross-Country Mountain Bike National Series is as follows:
|Orange Seal Pro Cup p/b Vailocity + UCI XCO Junior Series
|Oliver Springs, Tenn.
|US Pro Cup p/b Ozark Foundation + UCI XCO Junior Series
|32nd Piney Hills Classic + UCI XCO Junior Series
|American Continental Championships
|Englewood Open + UCI XCO Junior Series
|Fall River, Wisc.
|May 31 – June 1
|Showdown at Angler’s Ridge
Details including event locations, registration information, and additional event specifics are available on the USA Cycling website at https://usacycling.org/cross-country-mountain-bike-national-series.
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Lead photo courtesy of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism