The Boise Twilight Criterium Hits the Streets!

The Boise Twilight Criterium, a USA Crits, and USA Cycling PRT takes place this Saturday, July 10, in Downtown Boise!

The longstanding Twilight Criterium celebrates and supports cycling. A healthy, lifetime sport for cyclists of all abilities, both pro and amateur.

Paralympics Cycling Relay National Championship

This year, races begin at 11:00 am with the Paralympics Cycling Relay National Championship. The Twilight Criterium proudly partners with the Challenged Athletes Foundation. An exclusive event for both athletes and spectators.

Para National Championship

Following the Para National Championship, kids will ride tire-to-tire with Olympic and Paralympic Gold medalists Kristen Armstrong and Muffy Davis. Powered by St. Luke’s and Mission 43. Races continue throughout the day, with the Pro Women and Pro Men races closing out the night.

You can still sign up, and on-site registration will be available.

You can view the course and EXPO maps at

Earlier this year, event organizers were excited to announce the support of new Title Sponsor Bailey Glasser LLP, whose participation is helping bring the 34th season of professional cycling back to the streets of downtown Boise. Bailey Glasser is joined by presenting sponsor Bronco Motors and several other event partner agencies, which can be viewed here.

“All of us at Bailey Glasser are excited about sponsoring this year’s Boise Twilight Criterium,” said Benjamin Schwartzman, partner at Bailey Glasser. “We know how much this race means to the Boise community and its growing role as a regional/national destination for elite sports and recreation. We could not be more thrilled to support such a signature event.”

Fans can kick off the weekend of cycling by joining the Twilight Trifecta kickoff celebration, Friday, July 9, at JUMP. Meet Pro teams and cyclists who will fill the outdoor Autograph Alley, enjoy live music from Boise’s Red Light Challenge, step into the beverage garden or explore the JUMP facility from 4 pm-7 pm. In addition, the Paralympic Cycling National Championship Time Trial award podium will take place at 5:00 pm outdoors at JUMP. (Time Trial takes place earlier Friday in Glenns Ferry, ID.)

Looking to get involved and help make this year’s criterium a success? There are volunteer spots still available, and the event would welcome help! Sign up online here.