Rolling Thunder Cyclocross Weekend at Missoula Mavericks Baseball Stadium
Back to one of the original Rolling Thunder Venues! Mavericks Stadium within Big Sky Park, the location of Rolling Thunder from 2009 to 2018. It’s characterized by a twisty, technical course. Missoula is hosting the Pan American Cyclocross Championships on November 4th and 5th. Rolling Thunder’s courses will be very similar to the Pan Am Courses at Big Sky Park.
Rolling Thunder and Pan Am Champs are part of our larger cyclocross community. The Missoula Cyclocross Series is seven weeks + a clinic. It also has a corresponding youth program called “Zootown Rangers.” New for this year, we will be providing front row Rolling Thunder call ups to riders who are in the top seven of the overall standings of the Missoula Cyclocross Series. To learn more about the series click here.
Friday at MTCX 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Day of Check in will start Saturday at 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, and in the MTCX trailer at Fastpitch lower parking area
Check-in at least 60 minutes before each race
Online Registration will be open all day on race day, but day-of-race price is $40
Parking will be in the field to the south
$30 per race per day all events.
Second race of the day is $15
Free Untimed Kids Strider and Pedal Bike on short lap.
$40 per race for day of registration.
You do not need to qualify for any categories.
Beginners and those that want to try cyclocross are absolutely welcome! Juniors (if a junior), Cat 4/5 (B), or Mountain Bike Baggies would be a perfect fit!
Single speeders can use a zip tie on their geared bike to prevent shifting. Let us know if you need help with this.
We will combine starts if field sizes are small (example score Women 4/5 and 40+ separately but start on one gun)
Saturday, October 28
8:00 am Check-in and registration open
8:00 am – 9:00 am – Course Inspection
9:15 am – Untimed Strider and Pedal Bike – 1 lap – 2-9 yr – free
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