US Cyclocross Nationals

When:
December 10, 2019 – December 15, 2019 all-day America/Los Angeles Timezone
2019-12-10T00:00:00-08:00
2019-12-16T00:00:00-08:00
Where:
Fort Steilacoom Park
8714 87th Ave SW
Lakewood, WA 98498
USA
Cost:
20.00
Contact:
US Cyclocross Nationals @ Fort Steilacoom Park | Lakewood | Washington | United States

It’s been 23 years since the last US Cyclocross National Championships have taken place in Washington State and in 2019 the City of Lakewood and Ft. Steilacoom Park welcome national championship racing beginning Tuesday, December 10th through Sunday December 15th. Racers from cyclocross meccas such as Boston, Santa Cruz, Sacramento, Boulder, Portland, Seattle, and Chicago will travel to Lakewood to race in their respective age-graded categories throughout the week, and concludes with Elite Women, Men, and Junior racing on Saturday and Sunday.

We’d love for you to come out with your family and friends to watch this one-in-a-decade opportunity. You’ll be treated to up-close access to teams like Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com, Education First, and Trek Factory Racing. The event will feature two beer gardens, three food trucks, two coffee vendors, and the opportunity to watch daily podium presentations where all podium finishers will be awarded medals, and all race winners will be presented with fresh stars and stripes National Champion Jerseys from Assos.

Access to the event is just $20 for the entire week of spectating, and there are also non-championship racing opportunities kicking off on Tuesday, and a push bike race for kids on Sunday right before the Elite Men and Women’s races. Sunday will be the dramatic conclusion of the racing week with top professionals competing for the coveted Elite titles and selection to the US national team competing at the 2020 Cyclocross World Championships.

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1 Response to US Cyclocross Nationals

  1. Ge George Rybolt says:

    I live in Steilacoom, Wa. which is right next to Lakewood and I go to Ft. Steilacoom park almost every day. Does that mean I can not enter the park?

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