U.S. Pro Cup - Vail Lake
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Presented By: Orange Seal

Welcome to the 2023 US Pro Cup p/b Orange Seal. 


We have a packed week of racing, kicking off with short track racing on Friday March 31st.  Saturday is all amatuer cross-country categories and Sunday is all UCI XCO categories.  

Note, there is NO ONSITE Day of race registration.  If you show up to register day of your event, you will be out of luck.   U.C.I. categories require a valid UCI license.  One day USAC licenses available for CAT 2/3 categories for $15.
We will close entries for UCI and USAC CAT 1 15-16 JR Men/Women @ 7pm PST two days prior to the event's race date to allow for call up's to be posted and reviewed. (ex. Sunday UCI race registration closes Friday.)  It is your responsibility to notify scoring or an official if ranking that is posted is incorrect.  We will not be making changes on the start line.
All other amateur categories, we will close online registrations @ 7pm PST the day prior to race event date.
Categories: CAT 1-Expert level of fitness/skill with several seasons of racing experience , race target time of 1hr 15 min-1hr 30 min for the winners.
CAT 2-Intermediate/Novice level of fitness/skill, a race season or two of experience, race target time 1hr-1hr 15 min for the winners.
CAT 3-Beginner level of fitness/skill, first time or a handful of race experience, race target time 30min-45 min for the winners.  If you are looking for more time or more laps, race CAT 2.  We want CAT 3 to be a true first timer or beginner race experience.  There is nothing we are giving away worth sandbagging this class for.

Location: Vail Lake resort is located in Temecula, CA of interstate 15 and CA-79.  Best airports would be Ontario international or San Diego International.

Follow us: To stay update, we suggest you follow us on Instagram , Twitter or Facebook @USCUPMTB.com.  We try to keep everyone current on the latest happenings and our website www.uscupmtb.com is another great source for course maps, event schedules, results, start times etc.


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