The start of the A-race on April 7 – yet another full field!
The 2012 CBRC Membership and clothing order is now active on Bikereg:
We will be finalizing the order so that we have the clothing available for distribution at the Brinkerhoff Series, so please order by February 14 in order to have your clothing included.
The Brinkerhoff Memorial Race Series returns on March 24, March 31, and April 7, 2012. Registration is now open at BikeReg. Here is the race flyer: TBM-Flyer 2012-final. This is great training for the Tour of the Battenkill. Fields generally fill up early, so you may want to pre-register as soon as possible!
Congratulations to the 2012 CBRC Board of Directors: Phil Hershberger – President, Andy Ruiz – Vice President, Kirby Haizlip – Secretary, and Dave Beals – Treasurer
Stay tuned for more information on winter spinning and the upcoming race season…
This is the final race of the 2011 NYCROSS Series. Here is the BikeReg link:
The Bethlehem Cup is part of the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC) Cyclocross Series. If you are a current full-time student at an ECCC school, you are eligible for competition in the series. Collegiate riders race within the Elite, 2/3, or Cat 4 races and will be scored both within those fields and within their corresponding collegiate categories. To be eligible for collegiate scoring, riders must register under their proper collegiate team name and race in their collegiate team kit.
Priceless custom fabricated Bethlehem Cup trophies for several fields.
Elm Avenue Park in Delmar, NY is the notorious venue of the 2006 and 2007 NY State Cyclocross Championship. Experience the Lord of the Flies runup and the Black Trail of Aaaggh.
Neutral support courtesy of Downtube Bicycle Works in Albany, (518)434-1711
Merchandise prizes courtesy of Sigma Sport and CK Cycles Bicycle Shop, (518)459-3272
Elm Ave. Park is minutes from I-87 or I-90. Plot your route online to 261 Elm Avenue, Delmar, NY.
The 10th Annual Capital Region Road Race was a huge success! Over 400 cyclists competed, including Max Korus, the current US Elite Men’s National Champion. His BikeReg/Cannondale teammate Alister Ratcliff was the primary instigator in the Pro/1-2 race, starting a three man break for nearly 50 miles and then going solo the final time up Tracy Road. With just four miles to go, Ratcliff was less than 10 seconds ahead of the field, but he jumped with a counterattack by Eric Tremble (1K2GO) and then held off the hard-charging peleton up Jarvis Road for the win.
Congratulations to race promoter Paul McDonnell and his management team for a perfectly-run event! And kudos to all club members that competed or volunteered. Many compliments were received from race participants and spectators alike.
Full race results are here: http://www.fastalracing.com/CRRR11Results.pdf
And race photos are here: http://www.printroom.com/pro/basetwelvephoto