Feb 28-Mar 1 Texas State University - San Marcos, TX
Mar 7-8 University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR
Mar 28-29 Texas A&M University - College Station, TX
April 11-12 Midwestern State University - Wichita Falls, TX
April 18-19 Conference Championships - New Orleans, LA
May 8-10 National Championships - Ashville, NC
Come back soon for updated registration information and results.
The 2014 mountain bike schedule has been finalized and released. This season teams from across the south central region will travel to old favorites and experience new adventures.
We start off with our traditional kick off event, teaming up with TMBRA (Texas Mountain Bike Racing Association) outside of Rocksprings, Texas in the Camp Eagle Classic. The following weekend we travel north and west to take on Palo Duro Canyon for the first time in a decade. The middle of September brings us across the boarder to the east and we head outside of Shreveport to tackle the 2nd edition of the Centenary College's race at Bodcau Park. Closing out the month, we are back in central Texas at Flat Rock Ranch, hosted by the University of Texas at Austin. The last tune up event before the conference championships will be hosted by Texas A&M in Warda, Texas. We wrap up the season, with medals, jerseys and qualifications to nationals on the line in Cameron Park in Waco at the SCCCC Championships hosted by Baylor University.
This should be a great season with a lot of exciting racing at some great venues, get your team loaded up in the van and head out to a race!
2014 Mountain Bike Schedule August 30-31: Camp Eagle Classic - Rocksprings, TX (Flyer)(Register)(Map) September 13-14: Palo Duro Canyon - Amarillo, TX (Flyer)(Register)(Map) September 20-21: Centenary College - Benton, LA (Flyer)(Register)(Map) Septemeber 27-28: Univ of Texas-Austin - Comfort, TX (Flyer)(Register)(Map) October 4-5: Texas A&M - Warda, TX (Flyer)(Register)(Map) October 11-12: Conference Championships - Waco, TX (Flyer)(Register)(Map)
The road to Richmond begins as it always does, in College Station and ends in Wichita Falls. Look for flyer announcements in the coming days.
March 1-2 Texas A&M - College Station, TX March 8-9 Univ of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR March 15-16 Texas State Univ - San Marcos, TX March 22-23 Louisiana State Univ - Baton Rouge, LA March 29-30 Abilene Christian Univ - Abilene, TX April 5-6 Kansas State (Dual Conference) - Manhattan, KS April 12-13 Conference Championships - Wichita Falls, TX May 2-4 Collegiate National Championships - Richmond, VA
The SCCCC will feature 6 fun and exciting mountain bike races in the fall of 2013. The action starts off at beautiful Camp Eagle for the normal kick off to the collegiate season. After a week off, the riders head back to south central Texas for the wild ride of Flat Rock Ranch. The next weekend we travel to a brand new venue for the SCCCC as Centenary College hosts the greatest riders of collegiate cycling at their home course in the Bodcau Recreation Area. Not to be putdown, Texas A&M brings us back to the most used course in SCCCC history, home of many championships at Bluff Creek Ranch. Going back to the mid 90's, Bluff Creek Ranch has hosted at least one collegiate event (some times two) every year except for one. The middle of October will hopefully bring cooler weather and faster racing as we head to the "Highlander" of Cameron Park for a tune up of the Collegiate Nationals at Cameron Park in Waco. After a three week break for nationals, the racing returns for ONE SHOW ONLY when Texas State hosts the SCCCC Championships at Reveille Park outside of Burnett, Texas.
Mountain Bike - Fall 2013
August 31-Sept 1 - Rocksprings, TX
Hosted by TMBRA
September 14-15 - Comfort, TX
Hosted by The University of Texas at Austin
September 21-22 - Bossier City, LA
Hosted by Centenary College of Louisiana
October 5-6 - Warda, TX
Hosted by Texas A&M
October 12-13 - Waco, TX
Hosted by Baylor University
October 25-27 - Banner Elk, NC (USAC Collegiate National Championships)
Hosted by Lees McCrae College
November 1-2 - Burnet, TX (Conference Championships)
Hosted by Texas State University - San Marcos