2020 NAH Season Update

Posted by on Mar 18, 2020 in NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series, WHBPC
2020 NAH Season Update

Dear NAH community, Like many of you, we are closely following COVID-19 developments. We are continuing to monitor the latest advice from our federal health agencies. Currently, the state of affairs is such that we are advising all of our regional reps to press pause on 2020 Regional Qualifier tournament planning. We are also strongly […]

2020-2021 NAH Competitive Series

Posted by on Mar 10, 2020 in NAHBPC, Qualifying Series, WHBPC
2020-2021 NAH Competitive Series

🚨Please see our updated post about the upcoming season and COVID-19 This year we find ourselves in a unique position. For the first time ever we have significant advanced notice of the next World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship (WHBPC): it will be held in July 2021. With that knowledge, we are able to preplan two […]

Call for 2020 NAHBPC Bids

Posted by on Feb 28, 2020 in NAHBPC
Call for 2020 NAHBPC Bids

Welcome to the official call for host bids for the 2020 NAHBP! This year we are hoping to host the NAHBPC in the fall. Ideally, the event should occur in October or November. If you would like to host outside of this time window, please contact Mark, the NAH Tournament Director, to discuss the feasibility. […]

Qualification to WHBPC 2019

Posted by on Apr 8, 2019 in NAHBPC, WHBPC
Qualification to WHBPC 2019

Regional Qualifiers and the NAHBPC 2019 will be Squad. The process for shifting from Squad to 3v3 for WHBPC was discussed and decided on by Regional Reps and the NAH Tournament Director and is as follows. Traditionally we use NAHBPC as a qualification ground for WHBPC. We have only ever needed this system when WHBPC […]

Seattle will host 2019 NAHBPC

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in NAH, NAHBPC

The NAH is pleased to announce that the 2019 NAHBPC will be held in Seattle, WA. Seattle is one of the longest standing clubs in North America and the NAH is excited to work with a club with such rich bike polo history and experience to host this year’s NAHBPC. Seattle’s bid includes significant overhaul […]

Allocation to NAHBPC 2019

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019 in NAHBPC
Allocation to NAHBPC 2019

Regional allocations for the 2019 season are official. Below you will find your regions allocations based on a two-court NAHBPC. If the number of courts changes, the number of spots awarded will be adjusted accordingly. For an in-depth explanation of the prorated ranking system used to determine Regional allocation, read here. Questions? Email the Tournament […]

Call for 2019 NAHBPC Bids

Posted by on Jan 21, 2019 in NAH, NAHBPC

Welcome to the official call for host bids for the 2019 NAHBPC. This year, the NAH would like to introduce the new NAH Events Team who will help organize and coordinate this year’s Championship. Shannon Fey will be our new Event Director. She will take over as lead organizer, supervisor, and point-person for this year’s […]

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 […]

2018 NAHBPC: Control Three-peat

Posted by on Oct 3, 2018 in NAHBPC
2018 NAHBPC: Control Three-peat

Milwaukee was rainy and chilly, but we witnessed some of the best bike polo the world has ever seen! San Francisco’s very own, Control, beat Bob Ross in a dramatic final game. This is a Control three-peat at the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship! 2018 NAHBPC Standings: 1st – Control 2nd – Bob Ross […]

2018 NAHBPC Format, Schedule & Groups

Posted by on Sep 21, 2018 in NAHBPC
2018 NAHBPC Format, Schedule & Groups

For the full schedule, groups and results, follow along here: https://goo.gl/7i2jQY Next weekend is the 2018 NAHBPC in Milwaukee! Here’s what you should know about the schedule and format of the events. Friday Sept 28th Phase 1: 3 groups of 8 teams, round robin play The field of 24 teams will be divided and balanced […]