Cycling 2021

The Alabama Senior Olympics is working on hosting this event in the Fall of 2021. Updates will be posted as they become available.

Cycling Route Directions:

The route for this year, will be Gunter Park Dr East & West. This is a loop road that circles the industrial park and is just shy of 5K.


5K & 10K Time Trials

20K & 40K Road Race

5K & 10K Recumbent Time Trials only


September 11, 2021


Check in will begin at 7:00 am

Riders meeting 7:30 am

Race begins 8:00 am


Lagoon Park/ Pete Peterson's Lodge Shelter

2635 Gunter Park Dr E

Montgomery, AL 36109


June 1 - August 31, 2021

In-person registration will be allowed day of the event.

COVID Guidelines:

All state, county, city and/or facility rules/guidelines pertaining to COVID will be followed that are in place at the time of the event. The Alabama Senior Olympics ask that each athlete takes their individual health risk, concerns and doctors recommendations into deciding whether or not the athlete should participate in this years events. All participants will be required to sign a separate COVID Waiver each day of competition agreeing they understand the risk of participating during a global pandemic.

Entry Regulation:

1. Cyclists must provide their own bicycles and helmets.


Awards will be presented for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place for each event within each age division. 

NSGA Qualifying Regulations:

See "2022 Qualifications" tab for adjusted guidelines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

1. All first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners at a 2021 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2022 National Senior Games.


For the National Senior Games in 2022 the number of registrants may be limited for some sports/events and registration could reach capacity for the respective sports/events at any point during the Priority Registration Period or the Open Registration Period.  NSGA is unable to guarantee entry into sports/events that reach registration capacity for the 2022 National Senior Games presented by Humana.

2. Athletes who reside in a state that does not offer a 20K or 40K cycling road race may qualify for those events by meeting the “limited” event qualifying criteria in Rule D.

3. Qualifying events must be conducted under the rules for the appropriate event to be used for qualifying. States may conduct a “combined” event, but competitors may not compete in both events when events are combined. Those wishing to collect awards in the 5K or 20K must stop after that portion of the event is complete.

4. Qualifying event must be a stand-alone road race that is not combined with another event (i.e., duathlon or triathlon).

Link to NSGA Rule Book:

NSGA 2022 Rule Book