For the second time ever, the U.S. is hosting the Cyclo-cross World Championships and it has a new sponsoring partner.
- Making history: The Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism will assist in the event contributing to the “substantial economic impact” to NWA. With a 72 year history, the Cyclo-cross World Championships will take place in Fayetteville Jan. 28-30 adding to the region’s reputation as a place unparalleled for cultural experiences and cycling.
- Big and bigger: In the championship, approximately 300 male and female cyclists will participate representing 25 countries. For the first time ever there will be relay events held at the championship.
You can find the full announcement HERE.