The Annapolis Bicycle Racing Team (ABRT) is one of the top-ranked amateur cycling teams in the United States. Over the years, ABRT has been active in promoting bicycle safety and is corporate sponsor of Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. We also hold some of the best racing events in the district, including the Church Creek Time Trials, the AACX Cyclocross Race and the popular Bay Country Century. We welcome new members and sponsors who share our commitment to our mission statement: to promote the sport of cycling, and the visibility of our sponsors, through excellence in competition, athlete development, and event promotion.
The Church Creek Time Trial #2 Registration is now open at USA Cycling: https://usacycling.org/register/2015-2392 Online registration closes at 9:00 pm MDT 7/15/15, early registration discount ends at 10:00 am MDT 7/2/15 when registration fees will increase for all fields (except Juniors and Doubles) by $10.00. No mail-ins or day-of registrations will be accepted. The event is on Saturday July 18, 2015 located in Church Creek, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, just south of Cambridge MD. This is Race number three in the Mid Atlantic Time Trial Series (MATTS). Read More about MATTS.
Thanks to everyone for coming out to the 2015 Church Creek Time Trial #1. Results for each division:
The start times for all fields are now available. Download the PDF with all start times.
Race day is Saturday May 30th, 2015. Registration this year will be through USA Cycling at https://www.usacycling.org/register/2015-1653 Registration opens on 04/30/2015 at 8:00 am and closes and close at 05/27/2015 at 6:00 pm. Registration fees will increase for all fields (except Juniors and Doubles) by $10.00 on May 14th. No mail-ins or day-of registrations will be accepted.
Read more about the Church Creek Time Trial on the event page.
Please note that due to a complicated scheduling year for US/MABRA Cyclocross races and a domino effect of shifting dates, AACX is now scheduled for SATURDAY October 17th not
Sunday October 25 as was advertised previously.