September 22, 8am-5pm, 19th & Harrison at Snow Park Museum.  Racing begins at 8am with a free kid's race at 12noon. The Professionals race at 3pm.



The 2013 NCNCA Premier Series will conclude on September 22, with the Ninth Annual Oakland Grand Prix, the only Oakland bicycle race on the NCNCA calendar.  The Oakland Grand Prix offers a technical, downtown course, with an uphill finish on Harrison Street, near 19th, at Snow Park, where spectators will find plenty of room to see the final sprint to the finish. The course is just a block from Lake Merritt and the 19th Street BART.


As in years past, The Oakland Grand Prix continues to bring high caliber bicycle racing talent to the streets of Oakland, including the likes of: Alison Tetrick (Exergy Twenty-12), Mary Maroon (Stevens Bikes), Rand Miller (Cal Giant/Specialized), Patrick Briggs (Yahoo Cycling), Kevin Kline (Yahoo Cycling), Dean LeBerge (Mike's Bikes), Andy Jacques-Mayne (Jamis Sutter Home), Sterling Magnell (Wonderful Pistachios), Rahsaan Bahati (Bahati Foundation), Ivan Dominguez, Ben Jacques-Mayne (Team Bissell), Phillip Mooney (Raleigh Bicycles), as well Charon Smith (Surf City Cyclery) and Roman Kilun (Kenda).


The 0.9 mile course is challenging and fast with great pavement, thanks to the Oakland City Government, which is committed to the success of the event. Come out, see the action and stay for the chills and thrills, as racers reach speeds of 35MPH on a closed course.