2021 Cyclocross National Championships


The DuPage Sports Commission/DuPage Convention and Visitors Bureau will host the 2021 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championship on December 7-12, 2021 at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, IL.

Athletes from around the country will compete for 34 national titles, including categories qualifying for the UCI cyclocross world championships.

Admission wristbands for the event can be purchased here, and includes admission for every day of the event. Kids under 10 are free. (If you are competing in the event your admission wristband is included in your registration fee.) 

SPECTATOR ADMISSION


Cyclocross Crowd


Where to Stay

There are many quality hotels near the race venue with prices to fit any budget, and are ready to accommodate your specific pre and post race needs (e.g. they have hoses ready for you!).

Volunteer Information

Calling all who are interested in helping us put on the event and making it the best! We need volunteers of all kinds, from getting dirty building the course, helping on race days with marshaling, to staying warm and toasty inside helping with things like registration. Tell us you are interested by filling out this form: SIGN UP HERE!

Sponsorship Inquiries

Reach a active audience and activate in a unique way with sponsorship of the event in the form of a branded course feature and more.

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Expo and Team Areas

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Racer Information 

Find more racer-specific information on the USA Cycling event page

Cyclocross Racer

About Cantigny Park

Located in Wheaton, Illinois, Cantigny Park is the 500-acre former estate of Colonel Robert R. McCormick, the longtime editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune. It is home to the Robert R. McCormick Museum, the First Division Museum, dedicated to the history of the Big Red One, the famed 1st Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, multiple gardens and walking trails, as well as Cantigny Golf, a 27-hole championship golf course. www.Cantigny.org