MISSION CRIT 5 REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 2!
What started as a race in a parking lot for friends has become an event known around the world. The first Mission Crit in 2014 saw 24 racers compete for beer and bragging rights in a parking lot next to the San Francisco Bay.
2015, Mission Crit won approval of the City Of San Francisco to shut down streets and reroute buses to throw a track bike criterium.
In 2016, Mission Crit improved the race course, expanded the field, and doubled its audience from the previous year. Thereby establishing itself as a must-attend date on the track bike criterium circuit.
Last year, by no chance of luck, Mission Crit exploded into the mainstream, attracting top talent from across the globe including Colin Strickland, winner of the 2016 Red Hook Crit Series.
Continuing in a fashion that only Mission Crit can, 2018 is shaping up to be the biggest year yet. More information will be provided as the event gets closer. Expect an opening party to see all your friends and a guaranteed great night of racing. This is the perfect chance to sharpen your skills before the first stop in the Red Hook Criterium Series in Brooklyn, New York.
- 1.2km circuit in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District.
- 8 turns including 2 hairpins and 1 downhill chicane.
- A central viewing area at Harrison & Mariposa where spectators can see two sides of the course at once.
Mission Crit V partners & course map COMING SOON!