Candidate for NAH President

Posted by on Dec 10, 2018 in NAH

The NAH put out a call in November for applications for vacant leadership positions. NAH received only one application for the NAH President position and zero applications for the Rules Director and Rules Coordinator positions. The application for NAH President will go to the Regional Reps for a vote on December 17th, 2018. Regional Reps […]

Numbers and Bike Polo

Posted by on Nov 27, 2018 in NAH
Numbers and Bike Polo

Occasionally playing members in North America take on independent work which is worth spreading to a wider audience. In this instance, Elliot Bosveld, of Seattle Bike Polo, has spent a significant amount of time studying the recorded games from the WHBPC 2017. He has put together an extensive statistics repost on his findings. We encourage […]

NAH Roles & Descriptions

Posted by on Nov 20, 2018 in NAH
NAH Roles & Descriptions

Want to get involved in the NAH and help organize? We are looking for the next NAH President, a Rules Director and Referee Coordinator. See the job and roles descriptions below and how to apply. To apply, send a photo of yourself and answers to the following questions to adam@nahardcourt.com. Please limit your answers to […]

Big Monday

Posted by on Oct 10, 2018 in NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series, Rules, WHBPC
Big Monday

The 2018 NAHBPC is done, and another season of North American bike polo is complete. We would not be here without the hard work of many people. First, a thank you to this year’s host of NAs, Milwaukee Bike Polo. They worked hard to provide a great space for this year’s event, and their work […]

Vote for the location of WHBPC 9

Posted by on Jul 3, 2018 in NAH, WHBPC
Vote for the location of WHBPC 9

Following the process for choosing the 9th World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship host, the World Bike Polo Organizing Committee received three bids from Bike Polo Vienna, Córdoba Bicipolo and Perpignan Bike Polo. The bidders had a month to put a presentation together to show the world what they have to offer, including pictures of the […]

2018 NAHBPC Bids Due April 15th!

Posted by on Mar 20, 2018 in NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series
2018 NAHBPC Bids Due April 15th!

  NAHBPC The NAH is now collecting bid information from clubs interested in hosting the 2018 NAHBPC.  This year we are providing start-up funds (up to $2,275.00 USD!) to help ensure the best quality event possible and to encourage quality bid submissions.  Read more about this year’s Regional Qualifiers and Continental Championship here. Here is […]

2018 NAHBPC Bids & Regional Qualifiers

Posted by on Feb 26, 2018 in NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series
2018 NAHBPC Bids & Regional Qualifiers

Welcome to the official call for bids for the 2018 NAHBPC. This year’s call is going to be different than past years. As you might know last year the NAH brought an added level of support and collaboration to the NAHBPC than in past years. We helped create schedules for the tournament, we aided in […]

2018 North American Bike Polo

Posted by on Jan 29, 2018 in NAH, Qualifying Series
2018 North American Bike Polo

Happy belated new year to all!  We hope you’re enjoying your winter, and maybe (weather permitting) finding some time to play polo! The NAH wants to give you a rundown of some of our initiatives for the end of winter into spring, as well as introduce some new team members!  We also know that everyone […]

2017 NAHBPC Squad List

Posted by on Jul 18, 2017 in NAH, NAHBPC
2017 NAHBPC Squad List

The NAH is proud to announce the squads for the 2017 North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship! Cascadia Bob Ross – (C) Sterling Quinn, Kouyo Maeda, Nick McLean, Chris Hammersly, Jessi Connors Crunchy – (C) Aaron Hand, Pete Abram, Gavin Thurston, Diego Ayala, David Barthod Southwest The Control – (C) Andrew Weyland, Eric Stahl David, […]

Rules Updates for NAH Qualifiers

Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 in NAH

We’ve already begun to implement feedback we’ve received from players and have made a few immediate updates to the ruleset that was released earlier in April. Thank you for all of your input! It truly helps guide future development. Qualifier organizers are advised to used this latest edition, and are still allowed to petition for […]