The 13th Annual Los Angeles Circuit Race for competitive cyclists is scheduled to be held off Westchester Parkway and Loyola Boulevard in Westchester Sunday, March 25th.

The Los Angeles Circuit Race is considered Westchester’s only sanctioned competitive cycling event featuring professional and amateur cyclists, event officials say.

The race is a fast-paced event and encompasses all levels and age ranges for today’s cyclist, event officials say.

Senior cyclists ages 55 and older are scheduled to compete in a 24-mile race beginning at 8 a.m., followed closely by the women’s category 3/4 at 8:05 a.m. in a 20-mile race.

Junior cyclists ages ten to 14 years old are scheduled to compete in a 16-mile race as part of the Lance Armstrong Junior Olympic Road Series.

The tandem race is scheduled to begin at 10:50 a.m. and will consist of a 24-mile race with the top six cyclists placing.

Professional or top amateur cyclists are encouraged to compete in the 80-mile Pro 1/2 race beginning at 10:40 a.m., with a $1,200 cash-prize list.

All cyclists with a bike and helmet are welcome.

The cost of the event is $20 for participants ages 18 and older, and $10 for participants ages 17 and under.

There is no fee for spectators.

The Los Angeles Circuit Race is hosted by Cynercy Cycles, 8th Wonder Cycling, Major Motion and Ironfly.

Cyclists may preregister online at www.backontrackproduc or on the day of the event.