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Pro Road National Championship

2024 USA Cycling Pro Road National Championships – Rider Information

By: National Events  May 15, 2024

Welcome to the 2024 USA Cycling Professional Road National Championships. All important information regarding this week's National Championship will be linked here. Please refer to the tech guide for additional race information. If changes are made, riders will be notified.


The official tech guide can be found here.


Everything you need to know can be found on the event website.


Starts lists for the entire week can be found here. They will be posted the day before each race.


The schedule for this week's events can be found here.


Results will be posted online after each race. The protest period is 15 minutes after posting, after which time they become FINAL. Final results will also be posted to the USA Cycling website. The link to live timing results is my.raceresults.com.


You will have different numbers for all 3 events. There will be a separate registration and packet pick-up for the criterium, AND the road races. There will be a meeting the night before the road race as well.

Friday's Communique can be found by clicking here. It contains important information pertaining to the road race.


Road Race - Elite & U23: https://ridewithgps.com/events...

Road Race - Junior: https://ridewithgps.com/events...


As you prepare for the Pro Road National Championships, we want to make sure you know that safety and well-being is of the utmost importance to USA Cycling. To help create and foster a safe environment that is free from misconduct and abuse at all USA Cycling events, please review USA Cycling’s Safe Sport Program Policies, including reporting requirements and the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies (MAAPP). All Participants at USA Cycling sanctioned events must abide by these policies.

Prohibited Conduct
All Participants at this event are expected to refrain from engaging in Prohibited Conduct as defined by the US Center for SafeSport Code. Prohibited Conduct includes but is not limited to the following: sexual misconduct, emotional misconduct, physical misconduct, bullying, harassment, hazing, and violations of the MAAPP.

These policies have been adopted by USA Cycling to establish clear boundaries between participants in cycling and to reduce isolated one-on-one interactions between minors and adults in cycling and apply during all USA Cycling events, including before, during and returning from the event: One-on-One Interactions; Meeting & Training Sessions; Athletic Training Modalities; Locker Rooms; Transportation; Lodging; Electronic Communications.

Reporting Requirements
Adult Participants are required to report violations of USA Cycling’s Safe Sport Program, including violations of the MAAPP. The mandatory reporting requirements apply to Adult Participants, but USA Cycling encourages anyone who becomes aware of or experiences misconduct or abuse to report those allegations via the links provided below. While USA Cycling is committed to providing a safe environment for all participants, the organization can’t address behaviors or problems it is unaware of, so your engagement in reporting is instrumental in ensuring safety for all.

Report suspected or known incidents of sexual misconduct directly to the US Center for SafeSport: https://uscenterforsafesport.org/report-a-concern/

Report other forms of misconduct, including physical misconduct, emotional misconduct, and MAAPP violations, to USA Cycling: https://usacycling.org/safesport/report-other-misconduct