To promote the sport of cycling thru competitive racing, and community events, to encourage our youth to become involved in cycling as a life-long activity; and to grow the sport's awareness in East Tennessee.
Get ready to break out the cold weather gear, and join KnoxVelo this winter season for our official winter training rides. Starting the first weekend in December, and continuing each weekend through February;
Saturday rides will begin at 11:00 AM departing from our proud sponsor, Cedar Bluff Cycles. The routes will have a consistent departure and return for those who wish to join in route (CBC, Sherril Blvd, Bob Gray, Yarnell), but the remainder of the route will vary each week.
KnoxVelo and SCO are hosting the 7th annual Oak Ridge Velo Classic on July 26-27, 2014. We are excited that the 2014 ORV Classic will also host the TBRA state championship road race! Please join us for a fun and exciting weekend of bike racing. For event info: http://oakridgeveloclassic.weebly.com
The Summer 2014 KnoxieCrit Series will be held on July 2, July 9, and July 16 at Chilhowee Park near the Knoxville Zoo entrance. Four races per night starting at 6 pm. The Flyer is posted on this website under the RACES tab.
The first installment of 2014 Knoxie Crits began Wednesday, with some fierce racing around Chilhowee Park! There are two more dates in the Spring series, May 7 and May 14. The Spring series consists of "training" races, meaning that the races are NOT categorized. Each week, you can race any or all of the A, B and C races. For more details, see the race flyer under the "Races" tab or click here: https://www.usacycling.org/events/getflyer.php?permit=2014-1316
KnoxVelo is pleased to announce the 2014 Roane County Omnium, presented by The Roane Alliance. All race information can be found at http://roanecountyomnium.weebly.com. We look forward to a great weekend and hope to see you there!
KnoxVelo has an amazing track record with long time financial backers. Year after year our sponsors continue to dole out money to support our cycling addictions. In return they get a little...read the rest of this post
The first criterium race in the Knoxie Crit 2012 Series at Chilhowee Park seemed to be a hit with 29 racers and a bunch of spectators showing up. Sean Eidemiller won the C Race; Susie Isaac won...read the rest of this post
By: Mark Peet