USA Cycling announced Friday the location of two more national championship events for 2008. The USA Cycling Elite, U23 and Junior Road National Championships have been scheduled for August 7-11 in Orange County, California while the USA Cycling Junior Track National Championships will be held at the ADT Event Center in Carson, California on August 14-17.
Jet Cycling, along with Rock-n-Road Cyclery, will host the road, time trial and criterium events. Specific details related to event schedules and courses are still being determined and will be announced in the coming weeks.
Only three of USA Cycling's 15 annual national championship events are yet to be announced for 2008: USA Cycling Master Road National Championships, the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships and the USA Cycling BMX National Championships. Decisions on these are expected before the New Year.
2008 USA Cycling National Championships
July 4: Mountain Bike Marathon National Championships, Breckenridge, Colorado
July 17-20: Mountain Bike National Championships, Mount Snow Resort, West Dover, Vermont
August 2-3: 24-Hour Mountain Bike National Championships, 9-Mile County Forest, Wausau, Wisconsin
August 7-11: Elite, U23 and Junior Road National Championships, Orange Country, California
August 14-17: Junior Track National Championships, ADT Event Center, Carson, California
August 16-17: Professional and Elite Criterium National Championships, Downers Grove, Illinois
August 30-31: Professional Road and Time Trial National Championships, Greenville, South Carolina
September 2-7: Master Track National Championships, Hellyer Park Velodrome, San Jose, California
September: 11-13: Collegiate Track National Championships, 7-Eleven Velodrome, Colorado Springs, Colorado
October 1-5: Elite Track National Championships, ADT Event Center, Carson, California
October 24-26: Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships, Lees-McRae College, Banner Elk, North Carolina
December 11-14: Cyclo-cross National Championships, Wyandotte County Park, Kansas City, Kansas