The best master cycling exponents of the Pan American track and road area will meet in Bucaramanga and Barrancabermeja from next November 7 to give life to the Pan American Master Cycling Championship, one of the most anticipated cycling events on the continent.

The Colombian Association of Senior Master Cycling delegated the organization of the Pan American Master Track and Road Championship from November 7 to 13, to the cities of Bucaramanga and Barrancabermeja, under the approval of the Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI).

The track events will be held in the city of Bucaramanga at the Alfonso Flórez Ortiz velodrome and will start on Monday, November 7. The road tests will take place in the main streets and avenues of the city of Barrancabermeja and their first day will be the individual time trial on Friday, November 11.

“Aware of your great love for this sport, we are inviting all the Masters Cyclists from the interested countries to participate in this great event, hoping to count on their participation in this great sports festival and in this way strengthen our ties of friendship and brotherhood” , indicates the official call of the COPACI, which reached all the national cycling federations.


The cycling competition for men and women, in both track and route modalities, will have the following categories: Master A 1 (30-34 years old) born between 1988 and 1992; Master A 2 (35-39 years old) born between 1987 and 1983. In Master B 1 (40-44 years old) those born between 1982 and 1978 will compete.

Cyclists born between 1977 and 1973 (45-49 years old) will have their classification in master B 2. In the Master C 1 category, those born 1972 and 1968 (50-54 years old) will compete; Those who are in the range of 55-59 years and were born between N1967 and 1963 will make up the Master C 2 category.

Cyclists between 60 and 64 years old (1962 and 1958) make up the Master D 1 category and riders born before 1957 or less make up the Master D 2 group.

According to the number of participants per category, both on the track and on the road, the stewards will agree and define previously in the technical meetings the conditions and details of each specialty both on the track and on the road.

The endorsement of this cycling event was granted by COPACI, an autonomous body constituted by the National Federations and Associations of the 39 countries of the American continent, attached to the International Cycling Union.