The Derby City Cup brings professional cyclocross racing to Louisville. Over 900 competitors will converge on Joe Creason Park to compete in various races over two days. In cyclocross, riders blast down trails, often carrying their bikes over obstacles. You can still register to compete in events for men, women — there’s even a boys and girls 12-and-under race — as well as team events. Not interested in competing? Try the course out at your own pace, (free!) on Friday at 2 p.m., Saturday at 3:15 p.m. and Sunday at 11:55 a.m. If you’d rather leave the biking up to the pros, just go watch and hit the B4 Festival. The fee for that is $5 per vehicle, with beers from Against the Grain Brewery, BBQ from Mark’s Feed Store and Sweet Martha’s Southern Recipe, and live music by Wax Factory and Gas Money. Cowbells are encouraged.
Saturday, Nov. 4–5Joe Creason Park