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Working closely with our lead sponsor,, Strategic Racing + Training presents an annual grassroots cyclocross race on the beautiful Eastern Promenade in Portland, Maine. The venue features stunning views of Casco Bay. The course weaves throughout the Prom and features manmade and natural obstacles, steep climbs, and a paved start/finish. Join us Sunday, October 23rd to experience this one-of-a-kind course for yourself: Register for the category that best matches your ability level and age bracket. CBCX is permitted by the City of Portland and sanctioned by USA Cycling. USA Cycling rules apply.




NEW FOR 2016

A trail running race has been added to the scheduled before the bike races! 3.8 miles of fun trail, soft turf, and obstacles. Entry fee is $15, and prizes will be awarded to the top 3 overall. 

The Kid's Fun Cross Ride will benefit Healthy Kids, Happy Kids, a local nonprofit whose purpose is to develop a sense of confidence, community and character in children throughout Maine by providing opportunities to bicycle in a safe, learning environment. "Be happy ride a bike!"



This year's Casco Bay Cyclocross (#CBCX) will be the 7th edition. As cyclocross has gained popularity, the race has seen a steady increase in participation along with exciting additions such as the Kid's-only course and a running race.  Slated for October 23 this year, it will once again follow Downeast Cyclocross, which is happening on Saturday, October 22. 

I really enjoyed my third year. I love the course, and I can’t tell you how many people said it was their favorite course of all time! A lot of guys I know do one or two races a year and make sure this is one of them.
— Steve
Hands down Casco was my favorite course. Huge power sections and massive off cambers added some change to the race. I think you guys made great use of the available terrain, and the flow was excellent. Some people didn’t like the long asphalt section, but I did. Overall it was great and I’ll be back next year. Hopefully I won’t lose the sprint to a kid that could be my son, again.
— Erik