Race Details:

Presented By: RVA Racing Events

2023 RVA Underground MTB Race Series
March - April

Get ready to rumble because the Underground Race Series is coming back in 2023 with a vengeance This will be a combined XC and XCO 4-race spring series where your best 3 count towards championship status.

Welcome to the RVA Underground race series. If you want to play bikes and go fast in the woods, this is your jam!

GET ALL THE LATEST EVENT DETAILS: HERE

 

WHERE - THE VENUES:


Pleasant Grove Park - 271 Pleasant Grove Dr, Plamyra, VA 22963
Leakes Mill Park - 3951 River Rd W, Goochland, VA 23063


DATES, LOCATION, & FORMATS:

XC Format Races: Cross Country (XC) format races are held on a 6-9 mile course. Racers in each category will do a set number of laps. Racers will start in waves by category. Fastest time to complete designated laps wins.


April 1, Saturday - Pleasant Grove
April 29, Saturday – Pleasant Grove


XCO Format Races: Cross Country Olympic (XCO) format races are a hybrid of XC and Short Track. The XCO race is a set number of laps, like XC, but on a slightly longer course that Short Track (2.5-4.0 miles). This is very spectator friendly course. Racers will go off by category in mass start or waves depending on field size, with one category on the field at a time. Fastest time to complete designated laps wins.


March 26, Sunday - Leakes Mill
April 16, Sunday – Leakes Mill



PRE-REGISTRATION: $45 

DAY OF REGISTRATION: $65 cash, Venmo, or Check 

CATEGORIES:


Pro/Elite*
Expert (CAT1)
Sport (CAT2)
Beginner/Novice (CAT3)
SingleSpeed
Clydesdales
Masters (50+) and Veterans (60+)
JUNIORS


* Cash Awards for Men & Women Pro/Elite 3-deep with 5 or more registered - seeded evenly!

 

EVENT DETAILS WILL BE POSTED ON THE EVENT WEBSITE: HERE

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