2017 Race Season

Vision grows the sport of cycling through both Pro and Amateur Racing Teams. With an international Pro Team and Grassroots off-shoots throughout the Midwest, partners have access to all areas of Vision’s influence. Vision, along with its partners, will be represented at all races below. Most Midwest events include Team venue space for promotions. Brands and products will also be displayed.

The highest level of international competition in the world. These are the competitions where world rank and Olympic teams are decided. This also includes World Championships.

Complimentary series to UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. Gives up-and-coming talent opportunity against sport’s established stars. Offers high world rankings points & progress toward Olympic aspirations.

The USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships is a weekend-long event to determine the United States National Mountain Bike Champion.

The highest level of competition in the United States. Pro XCT is the recognized National Series obtaining very high media exposure and UCI world ranking. A preparation series for US rider’s international competition.

The official USAC Collegiate conference for the Mid-West. MWCCC serves all USA Cycling registered clubs at schools in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

America's largest state mountain bike series. Gains national media publication. 12 Events in Wisconsin May-September. 700+ racers per event. Estimate 3,000 total audience per event. Family and Professional oriented weekend long events.

3 Major Midwest events, the "Triple Crown". Average 3,000 participants and estimate 10,000+ total on-site audience. Family and Professional oriented weekend events. Local and national media.

Indiana’s state racing series highest level of mountain bike racing in the state. Multi- state participation, on the USA AMBC calendar (American Mountain Bike Challenge).

10 Endurance focused races throughout the State of Wisconsin making up the WEMS series (Wisconsin Endurance Mountain Bike Series).