Inaugural Virtual Indy Crit
We are very excited to join the Echelon Racing League for the inaugural virtual Indy Crit on the racing platform RGT Cycling. The race will take place on the in-real-life Indy Crit course, which has been digitally recreated using geospatial data. The RGT Cycling platform is free to use, so there is no need to have a subscription to race, making it both a fun and accessible race experience for all!
The Echelon Racing League draws in over 300 amateurs each weekend of racing and they would love for you to join the fun and be a #gamechanger
Register in a few easy steps
Visit the Echelon Racing Series sign-up page and complete the Amateur Series Registration form. Event information will be emailed to all registered racers starting at least one week prior to the race.
Set-up your Mobile App and Screen App with RGT. To do this, please review this quick :42 second RGT Cycling Connecting Your Equipment video on You Tube.
Familiarize yourself with Echelon Racing League Rules and Governance.
Q&A & Helpful Hints
How do I register for the event?
To register for the event, simply click this link, and fill out the registration form. From there, keep an eye out in your email inbox for the next steps which will be sent out about a week before the event.
How do I connect my trainer to RGT?
To help with this process, this link will give you a step-by-step walkthrough on how to link your devices.
What category do I sign up for?
To register, select the category that matches your road racing category on your USA cycling license. Never raced before? The chart below will help you decide on what category to register for.
What equipment do I need in order to compete?
To get the most out of your ride, linking a smart trainer or power meter to the RGT app. To see more compatibility, check out this link.
RGT Cycling Dirty Reiver
Sunday, February 14, 2021
Please also consider joining the Echelon Racing League one-day road race on the RGT Cycling Dirty Reiver real road course, a world renowned gravel race in the UK.
Should you have any questions about the race or how to get started, please contact the Echelon Racing League Director, Eric Hill.
About Project Echelon & Echelon Racing League
Project Echelon educates, equips and empowers veterans and their families through physical activity and self discovery, while also engaging our community to build a network of support for those who have served in the armed forces.
The Echelon Racing League is embracing ESports to enhance and globalize the sport of cycling by promoting races for the racers and their fans. Echelon Racing Promotions is a division of the Project Echelon veterans non-profit. *