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The Air Force Cycling Classic

Latest News: The Air Force Aid Society to Benefit from 2011 Air Force Cycling Classic

 

We are proud to begin the promotional campaign for the 2011 Air Force Cycling Classic.

The Air Force Cycling Classic's tradition began in 1998, and boasts the Washington, DC region's premier Professional bike races. In 2008, the Air Force Cycling Challenge Crystal Ride was added, and has grown to become the area's largest non-competitive, participatory ride.

  

The Air Force Cycling Challenge Crystal Ride
Sunday, June 12th

The Air Force Cycling Challenge Crystal Ride is an amateur, non-competitive, participatory ride, open to cyclists of all abilities.  General entrants will start and end in Crystal City while Corporate Challenge Teams will start and finish at the Air Force Memorial. The ride will be held on a 12.5 kilometer circuit in and around the Pentagon, Crystal City and the Air Force Memorial. Participants can be challenged for up to 8 laps (100km) in 3.5 hours, either as a Standard Registrant, Corporate Challenge Team or as part of Team Intrepid Heroes.  

Registration for the non-competitive Crystal Ride is now open.  Registrations make a great last-minute holiday gift idea for any cycling enthusiast.

 

The Air Force Cycling Classic Clarendon Cup
Saturday, June 11th

Saturday's Clarendon Cup is one of the Nation's premier professional bike races. It's 14 years of tradition has seen some of the worlds top cyclists race on the famous 5 turn, 1km course.  Registration is now OPEN!

 

The Air Force Cycling Classic Crystal Cup
Sunday, June 12th 

On Sunday, right after the conclusion of the Crystal Ride, the Crystal Cup, now in its 5th year, offers teams a second day to showcase their talents and entertain the crowds on another venue in Arlington.  Registration is now OPEN!