The US Cup is America's premiere mountain bike series

The US Cup is America's premiere mountain bike series consisting of four stops across the country. Our goal is to produce the highest level of competition while helping our athletes gain valuable UCI points. If points aren't enough the US Cup is shelling out $20,000 in prize money over the four-round series.

For 2017, we are pleased to partner with Kenda tires to bring back the Kenda Cup West and East Series for amateur mountain biking. To learn more about these events head over to www.shoaircyclinggroup.com, there you'll find round-by-round info.

 

The US Cup is proud to announce that it will be hosting two HC events for 2017.

FONTANA CITY NATIONAL | Fontana, CA | April 1-2 | C3

Fontana City—round one of the 2017 US Cup XCO series, brought to you by Kenda and the Sho-Air Cycling Group.

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BONELLI PARK | San Dimas, CA | April 8-9 | HC

Bonelli Park is the second leg of the 2017 US Cup XCO series, brought to you by Kenda and the Ridebiker Alliance.

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EASTERN GRIND AT CATAMOUNT | Williston, VT | July 15-16 | C3

The 2017 Eastern Grind XC is the third stop of the US Cup XCO and is a class three UCI event, brought to you by Kenda and the Sho-Air Cycling Group.

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BOSTON REBELLION | Walpole, MA | July 29-30 | HC

The 2017 Boston Rebellion is the final stop of the US Cup XCO and is an HC UCI XCO event held at Adams Farm.

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2017 US Cup—XC Series Points

Series Champions are based on the rider with the highest accumulative points at the end of four rounds.

US CUP-CX SERIES POINTS — 1st - 60  | 2nd - 55 | 3rd - 51 | 4th - 47 | 5th - 44 | 6th - 41 | 7th - 38 | 8th - 35 | 9th - 33 | 10th - 31 | 11th -  29 | 12th - 27 | 13th - 25 | 14th - 23 | 15th - 21 | 16th - 19 |17th - 17 | 18th - 15 |19th - 13 | 20th - 11 | 21st - 10 | 22nd - 9 | 23rd - 8 | 24th - 7 | 25th - 6 | 26th - 5 | 27th - 4 | 28th -  3 | 29th - 2 | 30th - 1 |

 

US Cup—XC Series Rules

1: XC and STXC races weighted equally in points per event. (as listed above)
2: Series Champions are based on the rider with the highest accumulative points at the end of four rounds.
3: In the case of a tie, winner of the XC race or rider with the higher XC finish on the weekend will be named as race-overall winner at that given event.
4: In the case of a tie at the end of the series, Champion will be the rider with most XC race wins, or the rider who has better placed XC finishes throughout the four rounds.