PNP Sports Presents:
UrbanCross Bike Racing combines the excitement of BMX, MTB Cross Country, CycloCross, and Bicycle Road Racing across a single course.
If you can ride it, you can race it!
“Ride as much or as little, as long or as short as you feel. But ride.” – Eddy Merckx
If you can ride it,
you can race it!
UrbanCross Bike Racing offers something for everyone,
whether you're into MTB Cross Country, CycloCross, BMX,
Bicycle Road Racing*, Off-road Scooters and Skateboards**,
or something else entirely unique to you***.
MTB CROSS COUNTRY
(SCOOTERS, SKATEBOARDS, ETC.)
“When my legs hurt, I say: “Shut up legs!
Do what I tell you to do!” – Jens Voigt
Whether you're a kiddo just stepping onto your first strider bike, or a trail-hardened cross-country rider, UrbanCross (UX) Bike Racing courses challenge beginners and pros alike by incorporating the natural terrain of cityscapes, off-road courses, and more.
Skill combines with strategy as riders encounter jumps, hairpin-, flat-, and banking-turns, up and downhills, stairs, and other exhilarating obstacles while racing closely with each other.
Racers will compete in two "Motos" per class, with up to 20 riders per class, with the Olympic Scoring system's lowest two-moto total determining results. The lowest 2nd Moto finish breaks any ties.
“If you want to get fast, you have to go
where the fast guys are.” – Steve Larsen
City of Cumming Fairgrounds - Cumming, GA
- Exp/Pro (Cash Purse)
- Class 1 Electric Bikes
- Kids' Strider**
- Off-Road Skateboards & Stand-Up/Platform Scooters
- 6 & Under
- 7 ~ 10
- 11 ~ 14 (MS)
- 15 ~ 18 (HS)
- 19 39
- 40 ~ 60
* - Races are organized by classification, with 5 riders required per class. Race organizers may combine classes with fewer than 5 riders.
All bikes will race together in the rider's age/skill classification. Class 1 electric bikes will race in their own age/skill classification.
** - Push and electric are separate races.
"I consider myself a cyclist - not a roadie, not a cyclocrosser, not a mountain biker. I really love the variety of all cycling disciplines." - Thomas Frischknecht
“The fastest way to get fast is to race fast...and often.”
- Warren Reid