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Time Trials:     5K – June 15 (7:30am)

10K – June 16 (7:30am)


Road Races20K – June 18 (7:30am)

40K – June 19 (7:30am)


Time Trials - Atrisco Vista Blvd. (I-40 West- Exit #153)

Atrisco Vista Blvd, Albuquerque, NM 87120

(Staging Area) – 2 Shamrock Way NE, Albuquerque, NM 87120

Road Races - The Club at Las Campanas (Staging Area)

132 Clubhouse Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87506

(Staging Area) – 2 Paseo Aragon, Santa Fe, NM 87506



5K, 10K (Time Trials)
20K, 40K (Road Races)


2018 Participant List: Participant Lists will be posted shortly after registration has closed.

Bike Shipping:

Address:  Sport Systems

                C/O National Senior Games

                6915 Montgomery Blvd. NE

                Albuquerque, NM  87109


Please make sure National Senior Games is written on the label

Sport Systems is available for the following options of services:


Shipping your bike for secure holding until you can pick it up still in the box (athlete unpack and assemble yourself) is a free service. If you bring it back to Sport Systems for return shipping (athlete packs and boxes bike) for Sport Systems to give it to the mail carrier is a free service. You will need to provide your own shipping label.


  1. Shipping  bike to Sport Systems for assembly is a $60.00 fee.
  2. Shipping bike home, Sport Systems will pack and box your bike for a $60.00 fee. (You will need to provide your own shipping label)

We request that everybody use to arrange for shipping labels and payment. You can choose “round trip” shipping.

Please notify Sport Systems by May 15, 2019 if you plan on using any of the above services. They will need to prepare for the number of people shipping their bikes.


Cycling ( 5K, 10K) Time Trials

5K – North to South (3.1 miles)

10K - Out and back (6.2 miles)
Staging Area at Atrisco Vista Boulevard (Just off of Interstate 40).

A relatively flat course with an excellent surface and a great view of Sandia Peak.

Directions: Taking I-40 west from Albuquerque, the 5K & 10K TT’s will be located about 10 miles (west) at Exit #149 (Atrisco Vista Blvd). After turning north, the staging area and parking will be visible.  Depending on where you’re staying, please allow 15-25 minutes to get there.

Cycling (20K, 40K) Road Race

Las Campanas (Spanish for “The Bells”) is a beautiful, private golf course and exclusive residential community outside of Sante Fe, and about an hour’s drive north of Albuquerque.  Sante Fe was established in 1607 and is the 2nd oldest city in the US, and remains a showcase city for historical monuments, artists and culinary establishments.  The 8.8 mile loop course around the Sante Fe community is safe, quiet, fun and challenging (seeing about 500’ elevation gain per lap) all while exemplifying the New Mexico rolling landscape.  While safety was the primary goal for selecting this course (the secluded roads and convenience of closing them) the scenery and the challenge are major pluses.  What’s more, the residents of Las Campanas support Albuquerque and Sante Fe’s cycling community.  See you in 2019 at Las Campanas!

Course is through the exclusive Las Campanas neighborhood circling their golf course. The road winds gently except for one turn and it rolls up and down with one short climb slightly over a 5% incline. 



20K & 40K ROAD RACES (The Club at Las Campanas)

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