International cyclocross racing comes to Northwest Arkansas in October with two days of racing just a few minutes from downtown Fayetteville.
FayetteCross is scheduled in October at Centennial Park at Millsap Mountain, the soon-to-be developed City of Fayetteville park located at MLK Blvd and I-49. This is the same location that will host the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in 2022.
With some of the best elite racers coming to FayetteCross, from across the region and all over the US, it’s a great opportunity for spectators to see cyclocross racing at the highest level. Competitors of all ages and abilities are anticipated.
There is no admission fee for spectators. And there will be food and beverages available!
Fayetteville is already well-known to cyclists across the region and the country for the Joe Martin Stage Race, for its dense network of amazing single-track mountain bike trails, and for being a flat-out fun place to spend a weekend. With FayetteCross landing here, it’s now home to some of the best cyclocross racing in the region.
Check out all the fun things to do around Fayetteville from great food, historic sights and arts & crafts of all kinds. Complete details here: experiencefayetteville.com
2020 date will be announced soon
2810 W Old Farmington Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72704
Centennial Park at Millsap Mountain is one of the newest additions to the Fayetteville Parks and Recreation system. The new cycling-centric park is an outstanding example of a public-private partnership coming together to benefit the community. It’s a beautiful natural area just a few minutes from downtown Fayetteville. Park construction will begin in early 2020 to develop the course that will be used in future seasons and for the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in 2022.
The race Technical Guide has all of the info racers need to know about FayetteCross. You can view and download the Technical Guide below.
Watch for 2020 race schedule soon