The Trooper Brinkerhoff Memorial Race Series is back for 2014!
David Brinkerhoff was one of the law enforcement personnel that provided assistance to this event when it was known as the Johnny Cake Training Series. He lost his life in the line of duty on April 25, 2007, during the apprehension of an armed fugitive. Our event is now dedicated to his memory, and a substantial part of the race proceeds are donated to charitable organizations in Coxsackie and Athens, NY. In 2013, this event raised over $10,000 for these local organizations. Your participation makes all of this possible!
The registration link is HERE. We’re using the same 12-mile loop from last year, and offering four different fields. Check out these links to the RACE FLYER and the COURSE MAP. Depending on your browser, you may have to re-click on this link in another page.
CBRC will again be offering winter spinning classes free to members. Classes will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 until 8:00 PM, beginning January 2nd.
Class location is at 365 Fit in Delmar.
CBRC is pleased to announce a race clinic Saturday, July 6, from 9 am to 3 pm. This clinic is designed to help beginning riders be more competitive, give them a basic understanding of USAC rules of racing, to be more comfortable in a peloton in a racing environment, and ultimately be safer rider. Flyer link below.
P/1/2 Video Clips:
Thanks for coming – see you next year!
Register here: https://www.bikereg.com/Net/18003
The map/flyer link is here: CRRR Flyer-map-guide
On behalf of the 2013 Trooper Brinkerhoff Memorial Race Series promoters (Tom Butler, Paul McDonnell, and myself), we would like to recognize everyone that provided essential support for this year’s event:
Kathleen Balthazar, Julianne Baumann, Dave Beals, Jon Benn, Bryna Blanchard, Nick Bove, Eileen Brennan, Paul Byron, Erika Butler, Chris Carper, Trent Clay, Colleen Cole, Holly Dadekian, Lennie Daniels, Ed Decker, Michael Decker, Alan Finder, Matt Goedeke, Art Goedeke, Deb Goedeke, Danny Goodwin, Tom Gordon, Rob Gray, Gary Gurney, Kirby Haizlip, Jennifer Harvey, Paul Hebert, Phil Hershberger, Bob Hooper, Dennis Humphrey, Gavin Klami, Walt Klimek, Leanne Kontogiannis, Matt Landy, Bob Lazzara, Chris McBirnie, Kim McDonnell, Ken McGuinness, Don Massonne, Christina Menetti, Kevin Mosher, Christina Nash, Jeanne Anne Norton, TJ O’Connor, Katelyn Primomo, Chuck Quackenbush, Michele Rawlins, Steve Rellis, Andrew Rizzi, Jeff Rosch, Andy Ruiz, Beth Ruiz, Colleen Russell, Alan Sanfilippo, Margaret Schmidt, Lyle Schultz, Alex Sharp, Peter Sharp, Bruce Shreffler, Dan Shyne, Dave Spore, Kathleen Strevell, Gary Strevell, Mark Sumner, Amanda Sumner, Tina Tambasco, Lori Torgersen, Kelsey Virden, George Ward, Steve Werthner, Brian Whiteman, and Mark Zotto
Skip Holmes, Pete Hubbell, Steve Kocik, Evan Kretz, Ken McGuinness, Jim Marshall, Rob Pavelec, and Gary Toth
Athens Town and Village Boards, Athens Police Department, Catskill Ambulance Squad, Coxsackie Town and Village Boards, Coxsackie Ambulance Squad, Coxsackie Police Department, Coxsackie Highway Department, Greene County EMS, Greene County Highway Department, Greene County Sheriff’s Department, Greene County Tourism, New York State Department of Transportation, and New York State Police
It was through your hard work that we were able to promote one of the best-attended spring cycling events in the Northeast, and also raise over $9,500 for local charities and civic organizations. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Here are some links to pictures and news stories about the event:
Full results can be found at: http://www.bikereg.com/results/2013/
Again, please accept our sincere thanks for making this event a great success. See you next year!
The Trooper Brinkerhoff Memorial race is back for 2013 with a new and improved rolling 12-mile loop. The expanded loop allows an expanded set of fields so that you can pick a race to suit your fitness, and the rolling nature makes it even better training! check out the flyer or the course.