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Help bring the 2014/15 US National Cross Championships to Boulder!

Local Cyclocross Fans!

As you all know, Boulder is one of three great cities vying for the US National Cyclocross Championships for a two year stint in 2014/2015…at Valmont Bike Park! We have had an amazing set of ‘trials’ both with our own local Boulder Racing series here as well as through an extremely well attended and racer-participated UCI-level event…the Boulder Cup!

We’re poised to make this happen folks! SO much incredible momentum. We have a world class venue…but most of all we have YOU! Cyclocross evangelists every one of you. It will be this community that will ensure we see Valmont play host to the National Championships!


How? Read on..

The venue selection crew is coming to evaluate Boulder this week. The visit will occur THIS WEEK on Wednesday, February 1 from 9-5pm.

The Colorado CX community can show their support by attending our last scheduled meeting with USAC officials at the Boulder Beer Pub (2880 Wilderness Place; Boulder, CO 80301) between 4-6pm.  This will be open to the public,  food and beer may be purchased at a special discount for this event, but most importantly it will end our official site visit with the best reason of all - our local racers and teams.

We hop eyou can be there to show the USAC your support, hear from you why we would be honored to have the event and most importantly how each of you can play a role in assisting with volunteering, and being GREAT AMBASSADORS for Colorado and our beloved sport.

IT’S TIME TO HUP!!!!!!!!

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