AD: Final weekend of Oz Trails U.S. Pro Cup happening this weekend at Centennial Park

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Don’t miss the final weekend of the OZ Trails U.S. Pro Cup! Spectators will have an opportunity to see some of the greatest cross-country mountain bikers in the world during the event. Spectator-friendly and free to attend, the OZ Trails U.S. Pro Cup presented by Experience Fayetteville will host athletes from 40 states, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Ontario and Quebec!

Part of the U.S. Cup Series, the highest level of professional cross-country mountain biking racing in the country, both pros and amateurs will be racing.

The event held April 16-18 at Centennial Park in Fayetteville, home of the Union Cyclist Internationale (UCI) 2022 Cyclocross World Championships, will give spectators the opportunity to see Olympic hopefuls as they make their way to Tokyo.

Designed with spectators in mind, the freshly finished courses at Centennial Park are a must see for any cycling fan! Spectators can expect to have a good time. You’ll be able to move around the course to cheer on the racers and not to mention this multi-day event is free to attend! The festival-like environment will include food trucks, beer, local and national vendors, and music. Also, the “Let’s Play Bike Zone” features a variety of fun and engaging activities for children and families to enjoy bikes together.

The event is being hosted by OZ Trails™ in partnership with Experience Fayetteville, the city’s convention and visitors bureau. The park has gone through extensive remodeling in recent months, including a newly constructed parking lot that can be accessed on Centennial Park Lane off of Old Farmington Road — just west of Interstate 49 and north of MLK Jr. Boulevard.

COVID protocols are still in place so please wear a mask.

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