We’re happy to announce that winter spin sessions are now finalized.
Sessions will be at the BCI Construction warehouse at 20 Loudonville Rd in Albany.
Guidelines for sessions:
-bring your bike/trainer
-bring a towel/mat to place under your bike
-classes will be 90 minutes or longer
-bring a fan if you’d like
-feel free to bring a sound setup. We have a cheap one but it works
-doors will open around 530 and close around 830
-Classes will run on TUESDAYS ONLY during Jan/Feb
Sessions will be subject to weather – please check email prior to departure int he event of inclement conditions. If you have any more questions, email Matt G at email@example.com.
A quick thanks to everyone who participated, especially the volunteers at registration, course marshals, and support car drivers! The weather wasn’t really nice like last year, but it didn’t stop people from showing up – in fact, the C-race was filled all three weeks, and the A-race was filled the first two weeks. CBRC donated $1,500 to the Brinkerhoff Memorial Scholarship, and another $500 to the Coxsackie Ambulance Squad.
From CX Magazine (all photos Liz Lukowski):
BEND, ORE. – It was an early morning race for the Junior women 13-14. The first competitors to line up for the day had a muddy course but no rain on their heads and a crowd ready to cheer them on. From the gun, 14-year-old Emma White (Capitol Bicycle Racing Club/NYCROSS.com) charged ahead of the rest of the group and never looked back, holding her position from start to finish and adding her first Cyclocross National Championships jersey to the one she already has on the road.
“My best result was second place, last year,” Emma said. “Today was really muddy. I crashed once. I was pretty much alone most of the race so that was good.” Her thoughts on Madison in January? “I think it will be tougher, but I think it will be good to ride.”
Mina Anderberg (Flatiron Flyers Junior Cycling Project) battled hard for second. “Emma just took off and I couldn’t close the gap,” she said.
More images: Podium Insight
Full Results, Junior Women 13-14:
|1||150||Emma White||Delanson, NY||0:15:56||275988||65||NYCROSS.com/CBRC|
|2||135||Mina Anderberg||Louisville, CO||16:42||269982||61||Flatiron Flyers Junior Cycling|
|3||120||Emma Swartz||Madison, WI||16:59||286164||53||Planet Bike|
|4||105||Tiziana DeHorney||Albuquerque, NM||17:03||269499||51||Active Knowledge|
|5||90||Ksenia Lepikhina||Boulder, CO||17:43||296745||56|
|6||85||Eden Webb||Louisville, KY||17:59||269657||52||Red Zone Cycling|
|7||80||Victoria Gates||Fitchburg, MA||18:08||281925||63||Northeast Bicycle Club (Nebc)|
|8||75||Emily Falk||Louisville, KY||18:58||296089||60||Red Zone Cycling|
|9||70||Katherine Santos||Louisville, KY||19:27||302383||57||Red Zone Cycling|
|10||65||Rachel Dobrozsi||Loveland, OH||19:44||267450||62||Queen City Wheels/Lionhearts|
|11||60||Avery Morin||Roseville, CA||20:01||266914||64||Team Mad Cat|
|12||55||Mackenzie Green||Mason, OH||20:18||300251||55||Queen City Wheels/Lionhearts|
|13||50||olivia barrell||Sequim, WA||20:35||314756||58||Rad Racing Nw/Hagens Berman|
|14||45||Susannah Hart||Washougal, WA||20:44||331694|
Hurry! Preregistration closes at 4:00 today. We hope you’ll decide to save that $5 day-of fee and hit BikeReg!
The course has been substantially re-routed. Lap times will be slightly shorter and much more action will unfold close to spectator spots. It will feature the best parts of the 2006-2009 courses plus two new sections which will be a real pleasure to ride. Our experienced course designers have been hard at work with swoopyness in mind. We will have just enough slick spots to reward skillful bike handling but the Park is drier than it’s ever been for our race. People are going to fly.
Of course, the Chili Cook Off, free beer from The Albany Pump Station, and elite series prizes and podium presentations for the entire NYCROSS Series will be this weekend as well. You won’t want to miss it!
Elm Ave. Park is an easy 15 minutes from I-87 or I-90. Plot your route online to 261 Elm Avenue, Delmar, NY.
Hope to see you there – Chuck Q
Check out CBRC junior honch Harrison White shredding at Duanesburg Superprestige!
We’ve scheduled the annual CBRC Dinner/Business meeting for December 10, 2010 at Bucca di Beppo. Starting at 6pm.
We’ll cover important issues- elections for the board, race promotion plans for 2011, overview of 2010, and awards for members.
Between now and then Eric will be accepting nominations for the four board positions – President, VP, Secretary, and Treasurer. To nominate someone please email the list serve with your nominations. Nominations must be seconded. Of course, there’s always an opportunity to nominate/second at the meeting as well.
On that note, we’d like to also let the club know that Eric won’t be running for president again. He has greatly enjoyed the opportunity to steer CBRC over the last 4 years, but with his developing law practice he clearly no longer has the necessary time to devote to CBRC. Please join us in expressing our gratitude for his tireless service to the club all these years.
Danny will also not be seeking a third term as Secretary. For more detailed information on the duties of the four elected officer positions in the club, see our by-laws.
If you are interested in running or have any additional questions about what the positions entail please contact Eric, Danny, Liz or Harry.
LATE BREAKING NEWS:
Due to overwhelming demand for Cat 5 race spots, the Capital Region Road Race is now offering a Category 4/5 field to compliment the sold out Cat 5 field. If you are a Cat 5 racer and have been closed out of the Cat 5, you can now register for the 4/5 field at http://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=10509.
We still need a few more corner marshals to pull this off properly. PLEASE contact Paul McDonnell to volunteer. All club members are expected to volunteer at at least one CBRC event each year. If you haven’t stepped up yet, here’s your opportunity.
This year we are a part of the Masters Cycling Racing Association (MCRA) series.
A rolling 20-mile loop, with several steep climbs (plus a 3-mile neutral start), the NYCRRR is a perennial favorite. Elevation gain is 1,300 feet per loop, maximum grade 16% (53×25 gearing recommended). The course is located 10 miles South of Albany, in Ravena, NY. Registration located at the Ravena/Coeymans/Selkirk High School on NYS Route 9W (1-mile north of Ravena).
To Enter: Pre-registration on www.BikeReg.com or Day-of Registration $40 (Except Juniors).
Staging: All races have a 3 mile neutral start from the High School parking lot (included in race length).
Rules: All USA Cycling Road Racing Rules apply (no aero-bars or sleeveless jerseys; helmets required).
Questions: e-mail Paul McDonnell.