USA Cycling Announces 2023 Cross-Country Marathon and E-MTB World Championship Teams

June 8, 2023

13 events will be contested across 7 disciplines at the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships August 3-13, including Marathon Mountain Bike and E-MTB.

June 8, 2023, COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – The 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships will make history in Glasgow, Scotland as the first World Championship where 13 events will be contested across 7 disciplines. In the first of many roster announcements, the Cross-Country Marathon Mountain Bike and E-MTB teams have been announced with a total of 13 athletes heading to Glasgow.

The Marathon Mountain Bike event will be contested for both men and women on Sunday, August 6th, and the E-MTB race will be on Wednesday, August 9th in Glentress Forest, Tweed Valley, Glasgow.

Returning Marathon racers include Will Foley (Golden, Colo.), Chris Mehlman (Manchester, Mass.), Danny Van Wagoner (Farmington, Utah), Alex Wild (San Jose, Calif.), and Kelly Catale (Pepperell, Mass.).

The duo of Noah Warren (Birmingham, Ala.) and Hadden Beykirch (St. George, Utah) met through the USA Cycling Athlete Development Pathway and teamed up to become the youngest Cape Epic finishers and are now having their first try at the Marathon World Championships.

In the E-MTB race, Trevor Bouchard (Manchester, N.H.), David Harrison (Sun Valley, Idaho), and Nat Ross (Bentonville, Ark.) will all represent the United States and compete for the World title.

Cross-Country Marathon


Hadden Beykirch (St. George, Utah; USA Cycling Athlete Development Pathway)
Patrick Collins (Worcester, Mass.; Assabet River Bicycles)
Will Foley (Golden, Colo.; Mi3 Petroleum Engineering)
Chris Mehlman (Manchester, Mass.)
Chris Schroeder (Longmont, Colo.; Dimond Factory Racing)
Danny Van Wagoner (Farmington, Utah; Team Johnson Elite Orthodontics)
Noah Warren (Birmingham, Ala.; USA Cycling Athlete Development Pathway)
Alex Wild (San Jose, Calif.; Mi3 Petroleum Engineering)


Kelly Catale (Pepperell, Mass.; Team KellCat)
Abigail Snyder (Roanoke, Va.; Ride Fierce)



Trevor Bouchard (Manchester, N.H.)
David Harrison (Sun Valley, Idaho)
Nat Ross (Bentonville, Ark.)

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For more information, contact Angelina Palermo at apalermo@usacycling.org.

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USA Cycling is the national governing body for the sport of cycling and oversees the disciplines of road, track, mountain bike, cyclocross, and BMX. USA Cycling’s mission is to grow participation and engagement with the sport of bicycle racing and achieve sustained international success across all cycling disciplines. USA Cycling supports cyclists of all levels and abilities, from those just beginning in the sport to international caliber athletes. The organization identifies, develops, and selects cyclists to represent the United States in international competition through the support of youth and interscholastic programs, amateur and grassroots bike racing events, athlete development programs, and operational support for cycling clubs, racing teams, and event organizers. USA Cycling has a membership of 80,000, sanctions over 2,500 events annually, and is a member of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC).