From esports to cyclocross, here’s the 2024 USA Cycling National Championship schedule

2024 will see 18 National Championships across road, mountain track, cyclocross, gravel, BMX and esports cycling disciplines

Starting line of the US amateur nationals
(Image credit: Kit Karzen)

 Starting in January with the esports championships on Zwift, USA Cycling has announced its 2024 lineup of national championship events that will be held for all disciplines and in nine different states. 

The full lineup includes 18 different championships events across the road, mountain track, cyclocross, gravel, BMX and esports cycling disciplines as well as the junior, collegiate, elite, para and masters levels.  

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January 6-7Esports CyclingZwift
March 1-3Collegiate BMXSpringfield, Mo.
March 17Elite BMXRock Hill, S.C.
May 3-5Collegiate RoadAlbuquerque, N.M.
May 14-19Pro RoadCharleston, W.Va.
June 15Marathon Mountain BikeAuburn, Ala.
July 10-14Elite & Para-Cycling TrackCarson, Calif.
July 17-21Cross-Country Mountain BikeMacungie, Pa.
July 22-28Masters and Junior RoadAugusta, Ga.
July 31 - August 4Gravity Mountain BikeHenderson County, N.C.
August 6-11Masters TrackRock Hill, S.C.
August 15-17Junior TrackRedmond, Wash.
September 8GravelGering, Neb.
September 15Gran FondoFrederick, Md.
September 18-22Collegiate TrackBreinigsville, Pa.
October 10-13Collegiate Mountain BikeHenderson County, N.C.
November 15-16Madison TrackDetroit, Mich.
December 9-15CyclocrossLouisville, Ky.

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Anne-Marije Rook
North American Editor

Cycling Weekly's North American Editor, Anne-Marije Rook is old school. She holds a degree in journalism and started out as a newspaper reporter — in print! She can even be seen bringing a pen and notepad to the press conference.

Originally from The Netherlands, she grew up a bike commuter and didn't find bike racing until her early twenties when living in Seattle, Washington. Strengthened by the many miles spent darting around Seattle's hilly streets on a steel single speed, Rook's progression in the sport was a quick one. As she competed at the elite level, her journalism career followed, and soon she became a full-time cycling journalist. She's now been a cycling journalist for 11 years.