• Date
    Saturday April 16, 2022
    to
    Saturday April 16, 2022
    past event
  • Type
    Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    , Virginia United States
    1000 Samuel Miller Loop
  • Website
Race Details:

SEASON PASS COVERS: 


Entire spring season of racing (ALL 4 RACES)
Official VAHS MTB t-shirt & decal pack 
FREE USA Cycling Race License & Membership


SEASON PASSES ONLY IN 2022. NO RACE-DAY REGISTRATION.

Make sure that you print and have a parent or guardian sign USA Cycling Waiver. Also, every racer will need a USA Cycling License. You must get this online at www.usacycling.org prior to first race.  

VAHS MTB Series is Virginia’s official interscholastic mountain bike race series. Sanctioned by USA Cycling, VAHS MTB offers competitive racing for riders of all ability levels. The series is open to ANY high school, middle school, or elementary school student.

Races are on primarily single-track trails and are multiple-lap events to provide a spectator-friendly experience for coaches and parents. Racers do NOT need to be on a school team to participate nor do racers need to have any race experience.

VAHS MTB Series is open to public school, independent school, and home school students.

The VAHS MTB Series’ mission is provide a professional and enjoyable interscholastic racing experience for competitors and spectators. For those new to racing, it is an ideal introduction to mountain bike racing. If you like to mountain bike and are considering racing, this is your chance. Sign up for a race You will have a blast!

2022 SEASON SCHEDULE

RACE 1: CHARLOTTESVILLE
April 16, 2022

RACE 2: STOKESVILLE
April 23, 2022

RACE 3: WOODBERRY FOREST
MAY 7, 2022

RACE 4: BLUE RIDGE SCHOOL
MAY 14, 2022

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