US Pro Nationals: your guide to livestreams, who to watch and what to know about the all-new race courses

A new host, new courses and new opportunities await the best riders in America

Chloe Dygert wins US Pro nationals road race
(Image credit: USA Cycling)

For the first time in six years, the U.S. National Road Race Championships, also known as US Pro Nats, has moved to a new host: Charleston, West Virginia. The change brings fresh courses ready to crown new national champions.This year, we will not only see the WorldTour riders go head to head with their domestic contemporaries, but the U23 and Junior categories will also be racing in Charleston during the same week and on the same courses. 

For the fans at homes, all the races will be live-streamed on Flo Bikes.

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Henry Lord

Henry Lord is a Cycling Weekly Intern. He grew up in southern Maine and was introduced to mountain biking by his dad. Lord grew up racing mountain bikes and cyclocross across the East Coast as well as downhill and XC skiing. He moved out west to Durango, Colorado to start college at Fort Lewis, where in the last two years he has focused on road racing in addition to studying Communication design and marketing.