Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Criterium


Mark your calendar for the 12th Annual Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Criterium on May 6, 2016!

The Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Criterium is a closed-circuit, multi-lap cycling race. It is a featured event in Spartanburg’s largest annual festival, Spring Fling. In addition, it will be included in the USA CRITS Speed Week series, which is guaranteed to draw top national racing teams and international racers.

The race has an officially sanctioned, half-mile course that is unique for its cobblestone start/finish line, open-air plaza center, and dangerously sharp left turns. It is one of many cycling activities held in May as part of National Bike Month.

The Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Criterium has continually grown and expanded its reach. Over the past four years PAL has added a new feature to attract additional spectators - tailgating spots along the course. The event is also an economic asset to the community by bringing $25,000 back into Spartanburg hospitality businesses.

Pre-Register for the Kids Halftime Races here: You must bring your own helmet and bike. Meet at the Broadwalk Building on Broad Street at halftime (6:25).

New this year: Don't miss the RJ Rockers Liberty Street Plaza with all new features, including LIT Coffee, adult ice cream, a food truck & more!

Nearest parking for spectators: Dunbar Street parking garage and the Kennedy Street parking garage

Schedule of events:
4:00, 4:25, 5:00, 5:40 – amateur races
7:05, 8:30 – women and men’s professional races