Taking place on Sunday, September 11th the race rounds out the biggest weekend in Bucks that is also host to the Doylestown Arts Festival.
(Mike Maney) DOYLESTOWN, PA — This weekend marks the 18th edition of the Bucks County Classic bicycle race in Doylestown. Taking place on Sunday, September 11th the race rounds out the biggest weekend in Bucks County that is also host to the Doylestown Arts Festival.
The day’s events include multiple race fields for USA Cycling-licensed racers including a Masters race, Amateur Women, Eagle Power Turf and Tractor Amateur Men, Doylestown Health Pro Women and Thompson Pro Men.
For those looking to try out the course there is the Jarrett Vaughan Builders Kids Races where kids age 3-11 sprint to the line just like the pros or The Herald Ride the Course where anyone with a bike and helmet can ride the entire circuit.
A few racers of note coming to compete in the pro fields this year are: Ty Magner (L39ION of Los Angeles) won the 2018 edition of the Bucks County Classic while wearing the stars and stripes as the Pro Criterium National Champion.
Scott McGill (Wildlife Generation) had a breakthrough ride at the 2022 Volta a Portugal, winning two stages and the points classification.
Ethan Craine (Project Echelon) is the U23 American Criterium Cup Winner Kendall Ryan (L39ION of Los Angeles) is the current U.S. National Criterium Champion for the second time, winning back-to-back titles this year. Laura Van Gilder (Elliston Coaching) is a former criterium […]