Cycling Events around Jacksonville & Beyond

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Upcoming Cycling Events

Jax Urban Cyclocross – Thu, September 29, 2016 at 6:30 pm

The Jax Urban Cyclocross is back at Willow Branch Park! Join us September 29 and October 6 & 13. Registeration begins at 5:45 and be ready to race at 6:30pm. We are offering 3 Categories - A (Men Cat 1,2,3) B (Cat 4 & 5 & Single Speed) & Womens
Race Cost is $10 and you must hold a USA Cycling License or purchase a 1 day license for $2.

Jax Urban Cyclocross – Thu, October 06, 2016 at 6:30 pm

The Jax Urban Cyclocross is back at Willow Branch Park! Join us October 6 & 13. Registeration begins at 5:45 and be ready to race at 6:30pm. We are offering 3 Categories - A (Men Cat 1,2,3) B (Cat 4 & 5 & Single Speed) & Womens
Race Cost is $10 and you must hold a USA Cycling License or purchase a 1 day license for $2.

Jax Urban Cyclocross – Thu, October 13, 2016 at 6:30 pm

The Jax Urban Cyclocross is back at Willow Branch Park! Join us October 13. Registeration begins at 5:45 and be ready to race at 6:30pm. We are offering 3 Categories - A (Men Cat 1,2,3) B (Cat 4 & 5 & Single Speed) & Womens
Race Cost is $10 and you must hold a USA Cycling License or purchase a 1 day license for $2.

MS 150 – Sat, October 22, 2016 at 7:00 am

Bike MS: PGA TOUR Cycle to the Shore 2016 is a ride that will take you farther than you’ve ever gone before. What makes this ride so special? The Bike MS: PGA TOUR Cycle to the Shore route will bring you along North Florida's scenic coastline and end on the Daytona Beach Boardwalk where you'll enjoy great food, festivities and an overnight stay. They guarantee that your ride will be complete with spectacular views, fully stocked rest stops and a beachside celebration. 

Learn more about the MS 150.

Three Rivers Ride – Sat, November 05, 2016 at 7:00 am

Enjoy riding from the waterfront in historic St. Marys, GA. See their landlocked Submarine at Kings Bay, the historic Tabby Ruins, Crooked River State Park and the Woodbine Waterfront Park and ancient Oak Tree. 

Family friendly activities available in the area. 

Rides Available 8 mile, 30 miles, 66 miles, 100 miles

Riders 14 years and older are welcome for the 30 mi, 66 mi, & 100 mi routes!

Family Fun Ride is open to all family members, but youth under 14 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times during the ride.

Learn more about the Three Rivers Ride.

Ride Run Roll to Defeat ALS – Sat, November 05, 2016 at 7:00 am

2016 Ride to Defeat ALS on November 5, 2016 at Indian Rocks Beach, FL

Test your strength. Push your limits. FIGHT ALS. Grab your friends and join us for this opportunity to be a part of Team Challenge ALS as you challenge ALS at the highest level.

Cycle:  25 miles and 62 mile metric Century

Run:  5k

Ride, Run, Roll:  1 mile Family Fun Route

Endurance Challenges:  5k Run + 25 Mile Ride and 5k Run + 62 Mile Ride

Learn more about the Ride Run Roll to Defeat ALS.

Mt. Acosta Classic – Sat, April 01, 2017 at 10:32 am

Race Features

  •  Objective is to run/bike as many loops as possible of the Acosta Bridge
  •  Corporate Team Competition for teams of 3!
  •  Technical shirts for all racers
  •  Large and lively family Street Fair at start/finish
  •  Refreshments and food samples from local restaurants

Corporate Relay Team Information

Compete as a three person Corporate Team in the three hour run event! Team members will alternate laps, allowing each member to run approximately one hour.

Biking Events

All participants in the biking events must be 18 or older. If not 18 or older, and still wanting to participate in one of the events, please send an inquiry to Marie Vogler at marie.vogler@haskell.com for exceptions.

Club Competition

This year there will be an award for the club with the most participants!

Awards

Awards will be given to the top three men and women overall.

Course

Both races start and finish in front of the Haskell Building and do loops over the Acosta Bridge. Please line up according to your ability.

Learn more about the Mt. Acosta Classic.