Introducing The National
Cycling League

Pro Cyclists Are The Sports
Stars Of The Future

50+ million cyclists in the U.S., 2 billion cyclists worldwide, with no professional league of their own until now. Welcome to the NCL

"I saw an opportunity to reinvent the sport I love; to bring the passion and excitement of cycling to the next generation of fans. I wanted to reduce the knowledge barrier of becoming a fan by adding a scoreboard and creating a league structure that mimics most other professional sports. I also wanted to reduce the time investment by making it shorter, faster, and more action-packed. And that is how the NCL was born."

——— Paris Wallace, Co-Founder and CEO

The NCL Cup

The 2023 NCL Cup is a series of four professional cycling races. Each race is 60 laps of a ~1 mile loop. 10 teams compete and earn points in each race. The team that wins the most races wins the series.

Over $1 million in prize money

Male and female teammates contribute equally to the score

Team points are earned every lap

Points are tracked on a scoreboard

Fans can watch races in person, for free, stream live globally or ride along in the metaverse

Races take place on iconic city streets

Aug 13th


Aug 20th


Sep 17th


Our Foundational


The first sports league to be majority-minority and female owned.


NCL races have minimal carbon footprint and encourage cycling as a sustainable and healthy lifestyle.


Teams are mixed-gender, with men and women competing on the same team.


Charity group rides, volunteer opportunities and fan expos at NCL races will connect fans and athletes and help build the community.

New League, New
Values, New Rules


League Based Play

10 City-based teams compete against one another.


Nonstop Action

1 - 2 km courses. 60 laps. 60 photo finishes, 120 minutes.


Every Lap Counts

Points awarded each lap. Laps 1-29 - 1st (3pts), 2nd (2pts), 3rd (1pt). Lap 30: 1st (9pts), 2nd (6pts), 3rd (3pts).


Rider Substitution

Teams can substitute riders in and out anytime during laps 1-25 in the pit.


Real-Time Data

Up-to-the minute scores on the NCL scoreboard and in-race biometrics.