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The National Cycling League (NCL) Debuted the World’s FIRST-EVER Pro Cycling League Race in Miami Beach.

The National Cycling League (NCL) made sports history this past weekend, on Saturday, April 8, debuting the world’s first professional cycling league race in a new, action-packed race format in Miami Beach. With over 20,000 people in attendance and many more streaming globally, the National Cycling League (NCL) proved cycling could be a world-class spectator sport.

Co-founded by Paris Wallace, David Mulugheta, Randall Clark, and Mark Wilkins in 2022, the NCL’s mission is to re-imagine cycling and turn it into a spectator sport, one that is filled with non-stop action, is easy to watch and has mixed-gender teams where men and women contribute equally to the scoreboard.

The mixed-gender teams consist of athletes from around the world, such as Olympic stars like Daniely Garcia, Paola Muñoz, Leah Kirchmann, Serghei Tvetcov, world champion Sergio Henao, and more.

The NCL Cup is a series of 4 criterium races on the most iconic city streets throughout the country; Miami Beach was first, followed by Atlanta, Denver, and Washington D.C. Teams are competing for a purse prize of over $1 million, the largest in U.S. Cycling.

The NCL Cup Miami Beach Invitational featured a full week of family-friendly activities leading up to the professional races. The community participated in charity group rides, kids’ races, and volunteer opportunities.

The National Cycling League 2023

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