What is Cyclocross?
Cyclocross (or ‘cross or CX) is a fall/winter discipline of bike racing where a closed-loop course runs over a mix of terrain including grass, pavement, and dirt. To add to the fun, ‘cross courses include barriers–which racers must dismount to hop over (or bunnyhop)–as well as other obstacles like stairs and flyovers. It’s a very spectator-friendly sport, with races drawing large crowds of cheering fans. For more on what Cyclocross is, checkout this video from Global Cycling Network.
Bike Law MICX Series
Races denoted below with a (MICX) are a part of the 2017 Bike Law MICX Series.
2017 USAC Cyclocross Events
Saturday, September 23rd, Wixom CX
Saturday, October 14th, Polkton Schoolhouse CX
Saturday, October 21st, Ann Arbor CX
Saturday, November 18th, Advantage Benefits Cyclocross (MICX)
Sunday, November 26th, Detroit Invitational of Cyclocross
Saturday, December 16th, CX State Championships hosted by Central District Cyclery (TBC)
Sunday, December 17th, CX Day 2 / Christmas Cross hosted by Central District Cyclery (TBC)
Regional / National
September 15th-17th, Jingle Cross, Iowa City, Iowa
September 22nd-24th, Trek CXC Cup, Waterloo, Wisconsin
November 4th-5th, Derby City Cup, Louisville, Kentucky
January 10th-14th, USA CX National Championships, Reno, Nevada
For events from all types riding, see our consolidated calendar.