Registration Page:

Date: September 24, 2017

Location: Start line address: 6937 Warfield Ave, Sykesville, MD21784

  • USAC One Day licenses are $10
  • A $3 fee for chipped timing is included in the registration fee
  • A $1 MABRA surcharge will be added for each race you register for and will be paid directly to MABRA by BikeReg
  • Additional fee applies for online registration
  • Race Flyer:

All USA Cycling Cyclocross rules apply

  • There will be an additional $5 day-of-registration fee for all Junior races and an additional $10 day-of-registration fee for all Adult races.
  • Double up and race again for only $20
  • USAC license required (one-day licenses will be available onsite for Cat 5 Men and Cat 5 Women only. Experianced riders must purchace one-day licenses in advance on      
  • Mountain bikes will be allowed WITHOUT bar ends.  
  • Held under USA Cycling event permit 2017-2410.
  • There will be 1 double pit on the course.
  • Event will be held rain or shine.

SykeloCross Technical Guide 2017

Venue: The event is held on the grounds of the Warfield Complex, conveniently located off route 32 in Sykesville, MD.  Constructed in the late 1800’s, the complex is home to the former Springfield Hospital Center, one of the states largest operating mental institutions.  Abandoned since the 1960’s, many of the buildings still sit vacant – except for the ghosts that remain.

Reg. Fees:  $15 for U19 events and $30 for all other events.  Lil' Belgians Free. Online registration closes on Thursday, September 21nd at 8:00pm
There is a nominal additional fee plus a $1.00 MABRA surcharge for online registration with BikeReg.

No mail-in registration

On Site Late Registration is available, however we urge you to register online to avoid the additional $5 same day registration fee for Junior races and $10 same day registration fee for adult races.

Registration will open by 7:30am

Licensing Requirements:
A domestic USAC license is required for all categories.

Annual and One Day USAC licenses will be available for sale at the registration booth.  One day licenses cannot be purchased if the racer has previously held an annual USAC license

NOTE ON RACING AGE:  Your racing age is your age as of December 31, 2018 (not 2017).

Racer Sign In:  Day-of Racer sign-in is located at the registration in front of the Nexion building.  Sign-in opens at 7:30 am and closes 15 minutes before each event. 

Parking: From Route 32, enter the Warfield Complex and proceed through the traffic circle and follow signs and parking marshael directions to parking in the adjacent field

Warmups: The course will be open for inspection and warm-up approximately 15 minutes prior to each event. Warming up on the course during an event is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated. DQ & forfeiture of entry fee will result.

Course Description: The course loops through the grounds of the Warfield Complex and will include a combination of pavement, grass, brick and dirt paths.

Start Line Protocol: Racers must report to the holding pen adjacent to the starting grid for staging 15 minutes before the start of their race.
Call-Ups: Call-ups will be in the following order

Cat 5 Men – Date/Time of registration

Cat 4/5 Women – Date/Time of registration

Cat 4/5 Men – Date/Time of registration

Men and Women Junior 15-18 Races – Series Standings, then points, then time of reg.

ALL 9-14 Junior Races – Series Standing, then Date/Time of registration.

ALL Other Races:

Row 1 – Top 8 in Sportif Cross Cup Series Standing

Row 2 – Next 8 based on points

Row 3+ – Series Pass holders based on Date/Time of registration

All remaining rows will be called based on Date/Time of registration

Lapped Riders: Lapped riders will finish on the same lap as the leaders. Riders in danger of being lapped must yield to oncoming racers and are not to interfere with their progress or trail behind them.

Pit: There will be one double-sided pit on the course. Please remove your equipment immediately following your race to make room for others.

Field Limits: For the races with combined fields, the 150 field limit is for the COMBINED field, not for each individual field. BikeReg has been set up so that once the limit has been reached for the combined field registration will close for each of the individual fields within the combined field.

Prizes: All cash and prizes will be awarded based on the information listed above. 

Common Courtesy: Please be respectful of the environment and its inhabitants.  This is a multi-use facility open to the public and we will not be the only park patrons.  Sportif Coaching Group also would like to remind everyone that we all have a responsibility to leave the race course cleaner than we find it on race day.  All refuse should be discarded into appropriate containers.  Any rider found illegally discarding objects on the park grounds, the roads leading to and from the race course, and the on the race course itself will be dealt with accordingly (see USAC Rule 3B9, which states in part – ‘Riders may not discard materials that are not biodegradable; they may pass or throw such material to support personnel in places far from any bystanders [relegation or disqualification for littering or unauthorized feeding]).  Trash containers will be available for riders to use at registration.

Please also stay off and out of the existing campus buildings.  While some are active businesses, others are old and structurally deficient buildings that could pose a danger from decay and hazardous materials.  Plus, the ghosts asked to be left alone. 

Sportsmanlike Conduct:  The Chief Referee and the Race Director expect ALL spectators and riders to act like responsible adults.  Use of profanity and blatant unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated.  This is a family friendly park and we are not the only users so please be courteous to all park patrons and staff.

Other Rules:  No alcohol permitted at the venue except where designated.  Pets are welcome but must be leashed at all times. 

For more information and questions, please email:

Deschutes Brewery's GO Cross in Virginia's Blue Ridge - ACXC - VACX

Registration Page:

Date: Saturday, September 30, and Sunday, October 1, 2017

Location: Start line address: Fallon Park, Roanoke, VA24013

NEW FOR 2017:

GO Cross is part of the USA Cycling American Cyclocross Calendar (ACXC)!

Now a full weekend, SATURDAY & SUNDAY!

Women can preregister FREE for Saturday, September 30th courtesy of East Coasters Bike Shops!

ROANOKE OUTSIDE BEER GARDENCome watch Cyclocross, enjoy a beer and fellowship with fellow outdoors enthusiasts!

DESCHUTES BREWERY BEER MILE - It's back!  Watch thirsty runners race the CX course with beer!

Register for a second race (per day) for $10 on BikeReg or onsite!  

Unlicensed, or first time racers will need to purchase a One Day license in addition to regsitering for Category 5 (men/women) or Juniors categories (under 18).

GO Cross is proud to be part of the 2017 ACXC (Saturday, September 30th) and VACX series (Sunday, October 1st).

$10 day of registration fee.

Our race takes place at one of Virginia's only year-round cyclocross courses and will challenge every level of rider with punchy climbs, huge sand pits, barriers, grass, mud, pavement, dirt, and two run-ups! 

Fallon Park is located minutes away from downtown Roanoke and accessible via the Greenway.

2014 course preview(2017 course will be similar to 2016):

2016 VACX champions and Promoters, please email with your category after registering.

Special thanks to Deschutes Brewery, Visit Virginia's Blue Ridge, Roanoke Outside Foundation, Woods Family Heating & Air, East Coasters, Starlight Apparel, Primitive Trails, Trek, Bontrager and all of our volunteers that make GO Cross possible!

See you September 30th and October 1st!

Jeremiah Bishop's Alpine Loop Gran Fondo

This is one of the most fun and well supported events in the area! We hope you can join!

Registration Page:

Event Website:

Start line address: 228 S Liberty Street, Harrisonburg, VA22801

Presented by Cancer Journeys Foundation - Prostate Cancer Awareness Project

eremiah Bishop's 2017 Alpine Loop Gran Fondo
Presented by Cancer Journeys Foundation - Prostate Cancer Awareness Project
Sunday, October 1 - Harrisonburg, Virginia

This event operates under special use permit from the USDA Forest Service, North River Ranger District

Named one of "America's Top-10 Gran Fondos" by Men's Journal, Jeremiah Bishop's Alpine Loop Gran Fondo is an event to welcome cyclists and spectators to Harrisonburg, Virginia for an exciting weekend of special events, challenging rides, charity fundraising and festivities for the entire family. Join in this cycling tradition!

NEW FOR 2017:
Participants have the option to take advantage of a personalized PledgeReg fundraising page to raise additonal funds in support of the charitable mission of the event. In setting up their fundraising pages, participants can select from: 
Cancer Journeys Foundation - Prostate Cancer Awareness Project
Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition - Connect Our Schools
 Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance - Plan Our Park
For more information about the charitable mission of the event, visit

Previous editions of this event have sold out in advance.
There is no on-site registration for this event. Event-wide feild limit is reserved to 550.

For the latest and most complete event information, visit

107, 100, 78, 62 and 36-MILE ROUTE OPTIONS

Specatators and family members can purchase optional Finish Line Festival Meal Ticket to access catering - in advance only. All cycling participants will recieve one complimentary beverage ticket that can be redeemed in the Beer Garden. Additional alcoholic beverages can be purchased onsite with cash. Beer Garden to support the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition.

RIDERS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE USA CYCLING LICENSE TO PARTICIPATE. USA Cycling License holders are eligible for supplemental insurance coverage offerings, as needed.

Training Event August 27, 2017
Created in response to the request of Gran Fondo participants, the training expedition will help ready riders for the Alpine Loop and Shenandoah Mountain routes of the Gran Fondo. For more information and to register, click here.

Charm City 'Cross

Promoter page:

Charm City Cross is one of North America’s largest pro cyclocross races, as a UCI sanctioned C1 event, and the Mid Atlantic’s premier 2-day cyclocross race. Featuring both international pro and regional cyclists, Charm City Cross is held annually in Baltimore, MD.

2017’s race weekend will mark the 13th year of Charm City Cross and will be held across the of weekend of October 7th & 8th in Baltimore City’s historic Druid Hill Park.


VACX Richmond Festival of Cross


Date: Saturday, October 14, and Sunday, October 15, 2017

Location: Start line address: 3300 East Broad Street, RIchmond, Virginia 23223, RIchmond, VA23236

Once again, two great days of racing with courses that could not be more different from each other. 
One day licenses can be purchased for $10 for Juniors, Cat 5 Men and Cat 4/5 Women.  All other racers must have a valid USAC license with the appropriate category noted for their event.

$10 additional charge for day of registration

Entry fee includes the USAC and VCA fees

If you are registering for multiple categories, any additional event of each day may be raced for $10.  (If you pre-register for multiple events on the weekend pass Bikereg doesn't calculate the discount automatically but we'll get you straight.)

Day of registration opens at 8:30 AM and closes 20 minutes prior to your race

Joseph Bryan Park and Chimborazo are easily found on Google maps:

- Chimborazo:  3300 East Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223

- Bryan Park: 4308 Hermitage Rd, Richmond, VA 23227

2016 VACX champions and Promoters, please email with your category after registering.

In addition to Clint & Coqui, a huge thanks to our Racing Partners:

SweetSpot - Erin & Greg Wittwer: