COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — USA Cycling is looking ahead to 2021 with dates and locations announced for all disciplines subject to change depending on the status of COVID-19.
The Mountain Bike Nationals will return for a second year to Winter Park Resort July 9-19, with an expanded schedule that includes the inaugural High School Bike Festival, High School Mountain Bike National Championship races and a Collegiate Fair.
The Mountain Bike Nationals will be held in Durango, Colo., at Purgatory Resort on October 14-17, 2021. The Marathon Mountain Bike will be held in early September.
The Collegiate Road Nationals return for the second year to Peach State in Augusta, Ga., on May 7-9, and USA Cycling return so Knoxville, Tenn., for the third year for the Pro Road Nationals on June 17-20.
The Amateur Road Nationals will be held prior to that in Clay County, Fla., on June 24-17 for the first time. Then the Para Road Nationals will take place in Boise, Id., in a partnership between Boise Development Cycling and the Challenged Athletes Foundation on July 8-11.
The Gran Fondo Nationals will return to Asheville, N.C., on July 18 and the Masters’ Road Nationals are scheduled for early August with a location to be announced shortly.
The Elite, Junior and Para Track Nationals will be held in Carson, Calif., at the Dignity Sports Park VELO Center, July 1-7. The Collegiate Track Nationals will be held at the Major Taylor Velodrome in Indianapolis, Ind., on September 9-199 and the Masters’ Track Nationals will take place with a return to Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Breinigsville, Pa., on September 14-`9.
In partnership with USA BMX, the Elite BMX, Collegiate BMX and Freestyle National Championships will be announced later.
The 2021 National Championship schedule will close with Cyclocross Nationals in December.