RALEIGH – Wit Tuttell, the Executive Director of Visit NC, announced the 2019 Cycle North Carolina “Mountains to Coast” Route with the help of town representatives in a pre-recorded video released at the Cycle North Carolina Route Announcement Party, held at Tobacco Road Sports Café & Brewery in downtown Raleigh on January 30. Here is… Continue reading 21st Annual Cycle NC Mountains to Coast Route Announced
While the National Races are not until 4:50 PM (Women’s 90 Minute) and 6:40 PM (Men’s 110 Minutes), there are still other races and lots of activities that have already started in downtown High Point today. The National races each have a $10,000 purses. That makes it one of the biggest cycling in the United… Continue reading Looking For Something FREE To Do Today – National Bike Races in Downtown High Point!
The men and women professional riders head to High Point, NC this week for the USA Cycling Pro Criterium National Championships held in conjunction with the High Point Cycling Classic. Downtown High Point will be converted into a high speed cycling course, where cyclists will race 40 minutes or more for prizes. In additional to… Continue reading 2013 High Point Cycling Classic – Starting This Thursday
Four-day High Point Cycling Classic includes food, music, kids zone and art HIGH POINT, N.C., June 11, 2013 — Downtown High Point will be filled with a blur of fast-moving bicycles on July 27 as elite men and women riders from across the nation compete in the 2013 USA Cycling Professional Criterium National Championships. The… Continue reading High Point Hosting USA Cycling Professional Criterium National Championships: Set for July 25-28, 2013
I still remember the Sunday afternoon when Lance Armstrong rode/drove right by my house out on Old Oak Ridge Road, as the race he was involved in, swung right through our town…. Armstrong was just getting rolling/started on his cycling endeavors and the race that came through Greensboro was the Tour DuPont/Tour de Trump…. Donald… Continue reading I remember the day that Lance Armstrong rode right by my house(On his bicycle)