Girls 1 Zoe Freeman Devo
2 Leah Morozowich Devo
3 Madison Scales Devo
2 Evan Morozowich Devo
3 Ben Masterson Devo
4 Ben Andrea Devo
5 Kyle Bennett Pelgo
6 Elias Foutz
7 Henry Foutz
1 Scott Dahlberg Hassle Free Sports
3 Steve Colford San Juan Cycles
4 Jan Baer Bike & Sport
5 Steve Lamont DWC
6 James Deaton Vroom
7 Rich Larson DEVO
8 Field Blevins
9 Rich Bagienski 3D Racing
10 Walt Axthelm DWC
11 Jay Eagan DWC
2 Carmen Small Bigila
3 Brittany Clawson Ska Zia
4 Sarah Sturm Ska Zia
5 Brianne Marshall Tough Girl
6 Liz Carrington CRC Janatorial/Cannondale
7 Ava Hachmann Durango DEVO
8 Ellen Campbell Durango DEVO
9 Gretchen Potts First City Cycling
10 Kim Baer NM / Spokettes
11 Mary Monroe
12 Martha Iverson DWC
1 Michael Grajeda
2 Morgan Murri Gecko
3 Dominic Bosco J&R Cycles
4 Mat Wolford Pagosa Mountain Sports
5 Peter Marshall DWC
6 David Shaeffer Pagosa Mountain Sports
7 Zach Graveson FLC
8 Ryan Hentz Bike Man
9 Steve Koller Colavita SW
10 Anthony Diaz Turner
11 Rob Bergstrom Natural Grocer’s
12 Jeff Organ Kokopelli
13 Ivan Sippy Durango Devo
14 Rick Bennett Pale Goat Racing
2 Chris Blevins Specialized Jrs
3 Cody Cupp FLC
4 Mike Wilk 3D Racing
5 Payson McElveen FLC
6 Kolben Preble FLC
7 Travis Brown Trek
8 Jon Anderson FLC
9 Caleb Thompson CRC Janatorial/Cannondale
10 Miguel Ramos BH/Lady Falconburghs
11 Rotem Ishay Jamis
12 Thomas Gauthier FLC
13 Cormac McGeough FLC
14 Brendan Shafer FLC Alum
15 Dylan Stucki FLC Alum
16 Matt Turner FLC
17 Skyler Trujillo FLC
18 Brady Smith FLC
19 Trevor Downing FLC Alum
20 Ian Burnett Ska Zia
21 Troy Meeker FLC
22 Andre Bos FLC
23 Danny Powers FLC Alum
24 Garrett Alexander Devo/Cyclery
25 Nathan Seaford FLC
26 Keiran Eagan Durango DEVO
27 Mike Sampson FLC
28 Stephan Davoust FLC
29 Jorge Munoz FLC
1 Frank Mapel Stan’s Masters
2 Michael Carroll Stan’s Masters
3 Ted Compton Stan’s Masters
4 Gaige Sippy
5 Jason Quenzler Sports Systems/MTC
6 Heath Garvey MBS
7 Steve Morozowich DWC
8 Mike Hurst Stan’s Masters/Carvers
9 Vic Rudolph San Juan Cycles
10 Domonic Bosco J&R Cycles
FLC CX Saturday
Fort Lewis College Cycling Hosting Cyclocross Races Saturday
FLC Cycling is hosting the 4th race in the Durango Performance Center 4 Corners Cyclocross Series (4CCX) on Saturday November 21 2015 at Ray Denison Memorial Field on the Fort Lewis College campus. The FLC CX team will compete against racers from all over the region including many of Durango’s legendary cyclists. Three waves of racing will start at 10am, 11am and 12noon. Registration opens at 9am.
The action starts at 10am with Kid’s Races with help from Durango Devo and FLC CX racers. There will be two categories, under 10 years old and 10 and over, for both boys and girls – mountain bikes are welcome! Devo and FLC racers will lead a pre-ride at 9:30am to show the course and assist with skills. Racers will do one lap on the 2-mile long course with obstacles to dismount over and challenging terrain. Best of all it is Free! More kids CX races will also be held on Saturday December 12, again at FLC.
At 11am the Open Women, Men B and Men 50+ will race the course for 40 minutes. FLC Senior cyclist Sofia Gomez Villafane and the rest of the women’s CX team are looking to build their form against some tough local competition in preparation for the 2016 Collegiate Cyclocross National Championships in Asheville, NC, January 5-11.
The Open Men and Men 35+ categories will start at 12noon and race for 50 minutes. Many of Durango’s top cyclists including Keegan Swenson and Travis Brown will test FLC Seniors Payson McElveen, Cody Cupp, Ryan Standish, Kolben Preble and the rest of Men’s team in their own preparations for Nationals.
All race are open to mountain bikes! Entry fee is $25.
For more information on the Durango Performance Center 4 Corners Cyclocross Series check out: http://cycling.fortlewis.edu/4ccx
For more information on the sport of Cyclocross:
Whiskey Run Aztec Results
- Place 50+
- 1 Mark Gouge
- 2 Steve Colford San Juan Cycles
- 3 Scott Dahlberg Hassle Free Sports
- 4 Joel Richards DWC
- 5 Joe Fortin High Desert Bicycles
- 6 Steve Lamont DWC
- 7 John McManus DWC
- 8 James Deaton Vroom
- 9 Rich Larson DEVO
- 10 David French DWC
- 11 Rich Bagienski 3D Racing
- 12 Jay Eagan DWC
- 13 Walt Axthelm DWC
- 14 Joe Williams GoJoeGo!
- Open Women
- 1 Carmen Small Bigila
- 2 Sofia Gomez Villafane FLC
- 3 Bettina Mills Boneshaker Cycles
- 4 Brittany Clawson Ska Zia
- 5 Brianne Marshall Tough Girl
- 6 Maria Santiago 2nd Ave. Sports
- 7 McCauley Smith FLC
- 8 Stephanie Falls
- 9 Ellen Campbell Durango Devo
- 10 Betsy Richards DWC
- 11 Dominique Shore FLC
- 12 Mary Monroe
- 13 Morgan Fortin High Desert Bicycles
- 14 Martha Iverson DWC
- Men B
- 1 Jeff Fox Kokopelli
- 2 Ehtan Depman FLC
- 3 Dominic Bosco J&R Cycles
- 4 Ryan Hentz Bike Man
- 5 Byron McGee Two Cross Racing
- 6 Morgan Murri Gecko
- 7 David Shaeffer Pagosa Mountain Sports
- 8 Matt Wolford Pagosa Mountain Sports
- 9 Steve Koller Colavita SW
- 10 Rob Bergstrom Natural Grocer’s
- 11 Ivan Sippy Durango Devo
- 12 Jeff Organ Kokopelli
- 13 Rick Bennett Pale Goat Racing
- 14 Shaun Pettigrew
- Open Men
- 1 Keegan Swenson Cannondale
- 2 Ben Sonntag Clif Bar
- 3 Troy Wells Clif Bar
- 4 Travis Brown Trek
- 5 Caleb Thompson CRC Janatorial/Cannondale
- 6 Greg Lewis 2nd Ave Sports
- 7 Cormac McGeough FLC
- 8 Kolben Preble Clif Bar
- 9 Ryan Standish FLC
- 10 Brendan Shafer FLC Alum
- 11 Jon Anderson FLC
- 12 Lucas Rowton FLC
- 13 Brody Hartley FLC
- 14 Trevor Downing FLC Alum
- 15 Sam Vickery FLC
- 16 Skyler Trujillo FLC
- 17 Aidan Palmer FLC
- 18 Alister Ratcliff A-Lister Racing
- 19 Danny Powers FLC Alum
- 20 Andre Bos FLC
- 21 Phil Cowan Ska Zia
- 22 Bryan Froehlicher FLC
- 23 Garrett Alexander Devo/Cyclery
- 24 Ryan Simonovich FLC
- DNF Taylor Whitworth FLC
- Men 35+
- 1 Frank Mapel Stan’s Masters
- 2 Ted Compton Stan’s Masters
- 3 Gaige Sippy IHBC
- 4 Kirby Bryant San Juan Cycles
- 5 Robert Sonora Colavita SW
- 6 Vic Rudolph San Juan Cycles
- 7 Steve Morozowich DWC
- 8 Mike Hurst Stan’s Masters/Carvers
DPC 2015 Four Corner CX Series
There are 8 Saturday races in the series starting with Pagosa at Parelli Ranch on Halloween (and 2 more holiday themed race there), then onto the classic in Dolores, The Whiskey Run in Aztec on the venerable Williams property, the FLC campus for the first of 2 races and the great terrain of Parque Da Vida in Cotrez.
All races are $25 and no license is required (expect maybe the final FLC race as it may become Collegiate Conference Finals).
Start times are as follows for all races:
11am – Open Women, B Men
12noon – Open Men, 35+ Men
2015 4CCX Schedule
Oct. 31 – Pagosa Ghost Cross – Parelli Ranch
Nov. 7 – Dolores CX – Joe Rowell Park
Nov. 14 – Whiskey Run Aztec CX – Williams Property
Nov. 21 – FLC CX – FLC Stadium
Nov. 28 – Pagosa Turkey Cross – Parelli Ranch
Dec. 5 – Cortez CX – Parque Da Vida
Dec. 12 – FLC CX – FLC Stadium
Dec. 19 – Pagosa Santa Cross – Parelli Ranch
Awards – Dec. 20 at the Irish Embassy Pub
FLC #2 Results, Series Points, Pagosa #2 Flyer, Series Awards Sunday
The weather gods gave us a short lived smile on Saturday morning before 11am – just enough to make some things slick. Very cool video by LS3 Media – https://vimeo.com/114579926
Hope to see everyone for the final race of the season at the Parelli Ranch just this side of Pagosa. the Gecko crew has set up a new course that should be challenging to say the least. Here is the flyer:
Also don’t forget to show up for the Series Awards Sunday night, 12/21/14, downstairs at the Irish Embassy Pub at 6pm! A good time for all to gather off the bike for once too!
FLC to host RMCCC CX Champs
Cortez CX Results – Series Points – Niner Demo this Saturday
Best weather ever for the Cortez race but probably the hardest course. Thanks to Kokopelli Bike and Board and Ami at Cortez Parks and Rec for making it happen. Looks like there are some battles going on in series points – should make for an exciting last couple races.
Sweet vid by Elke – Elite Run Up
Hope to see everyone out this Saturday for the race at FLC.
Niner will be on site demoing their CX Bikes – it’ll be cool to try out some new rigs and you’ll probably want one!
Again, it is a USA Cycling Sanctioned race so you’ll need an annual or 1-day license. There will also be a $3 BRAC license fee for those that do not have BRAC licenses. Start times as usual:11am-3/4/5Men, Open Women, 50+Men – 12noon-Open Men, 35+Men.
Pagosa Turkey CX Results – Series Points
See you all this Saturday in Cortez. It is a USA Cycling Sanctioned race so you’ll need an annual or 1-day license. There will also be a $3 BRAC license fee for those that do not have BRAC licenses. Start times as usual:11am-3/4/5Men, Open Women, 50+Men – 12noon-Open Men, 35+Men.
Numbers on the right!
FLC CX #1 Results – Pagosa this Saturday
There is also series points so far: DPC.4CCX.Points.11.25.14
The weather was sadly spectacular this weekend but all had a great time on the side-hill-orama course. Once we get some moisture we won’t have to do as much.
Don’t forget Pagosa this Saturday, it is not a USAC race and looks like it has some great terrain.
Aztec CX Results – FLC this Saturday
Thanks for coming down to Aztec on Saturday. It was a great first time course with more to be added for next year. Thanks again to Joe Williams (GoJoeGo) for the venue and all the work he did. See you for some action this Saturday Nov. 22 at Ray Dennison Memorial Field at Fort Lewis College. It is a USA Cycling race this week so you’ll either need an annual USAC license or can purchase a 1-day for $15.
11am – Cat.3/4 Men, Open Women, 50+ Men – 40 minutes
12noon – Open Men, 35+ Men – 50 minutes
Dolores Results – Aztec this Saturday
Thanks for coming out to Dolores last weekend for, as usual, a great course and race hosted by Ciclistas Del Rio.
See you this Saturday in Aztec, NM. A Special thanks to Joe Williams (GoJoeGO) for land, time and resource in making it happen. Should be a demanding course.
11am – B Men (Cat.3/4), Open Women, 50+ Men – 40 minutes
12noon – A Men (Open Men), 35+ Men – 50 minutes
Here is the course map:
2014 DPC 4CCX
The DPC 4CCX is now set in stone with 7 races in the 4 corners area. There are 3 new venues that should provide some great racing action in Aztec and Pagosa Springs. Cyclocross racers from around the region and the FLC Cycling Team will be doing battle against some of the toughest competition and challenging courses in the nation. Many of these racers, including FLC Cycling, will be honing their fitness and skills for the 2015 CX Nationals in Austin, TX, January 7-11. The race at FLC on December 13th is also going to be the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference Finals where the winners of the collegiate category will get called up to the front row at Nationals.
Three of the races are USA Cycling sanctioned (FLC, Cortez, FLC) and will require either a USAC annual license or a One-Day license (available for purchase on site for $15). There is no pre-registration for any of the races so be sure to show up at least an hour before to sign up. Entry Fee is $25 per race.
For all Saturdays the schedule is as follows:
11am – B Men (Cat.3/4), Open Women, 50+ Men – 40 minutes
12noon (Dolores 12:45) – A Men (Open Men), 35+ Men – 50 minutes
11/8 Dolores, CO – Joe Rowell Park
11/15 Aztec, NM – 711 N. Light Plant Road
11/22 Fort Lewis College – Ray Denison Memorial Field
11/29 Pagosa Springs, CO – TBD
12/6 Cortez, CO – Parque da Vida, Cortez Rec Center
12/13 Fort Lewis College – Ray Denison Memorial Field
12/20 Pagosa Springs, CO – TBD
12/21 Series Awards – Irish Embassy Pub, Durango
For more information or to get on the CX mailing list contact Dave Hagen: email@example.com
We are proud to announce that the Durango Performance Center/Performance Cardiology have come aboard as the presenting sponsor of the 4CCX Series. They are joined by Zia Taqueria, SRAM, Osprey and Irish Embassy Pub as major supporters that gives CXers from the 4-corners region an outlet for their CX jones.
New this year is USA Cycling sanctioning of 4 of the races in the series so competitors can earn points for good call-ups at Nationals in Boulder in January (we want 60 folks from the 4 corners to race at Nationals and hand it to the Boulder folks!). Also new is a 50+ men category.
There is also some exciting news – the Dec. 14th race will stream live to the internet and an edited version will be featured on IDTV, cable channel 15!
More details to come in the near future.
2013 4 Corners CX Schedule
CortezCX – November 16th, 2013 – Parque de Vida, Cortez Recreation Center Cortez, CO
FLCCX – Saturday, Nov. 23rd, 2013 – Ray Denison Field, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO (USAC)
FLCCX – Saturday, Dec. 7th, 2013 – Ray Denison Field, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO (USAC)
AztecCX – Saturday, Dec. 21st, 2013 – Tiger Sports Complex, Aztec, NM
FLCCX – Saturday, Jan. 4th, 2014 – Ray Denison Field, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO
8:30am-10:45am – Registration Open – must register 15 minutes before start
9:00am – Course Open for Pre-ride
9:45am – Staging – Men B, Open Women, Men 50+
10:00am – Race Start – Men B, Open Women, Men 50+ – 40 minutes
10:45am – Course Open for Pre-ride
11:00am – Staging – Men A, Men 35+
11:05am – Race Start – Men A, Men 35+ – 50 minutes
FLCCX – Saturday, Dec. 14th, 2013 – Ray Denison Memorial Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO (USAC)
12:30pm -2:45pm– Registration Open – must register 15 minutes before start
1:00pm – Course Open for Pre-ride
1:45pm – Staging – Men B, Open Women, Men 50+
2:00pm – Race Start – Men B, Open Women, Men 50+ – 40 minutes
2:45pm – Course Open for Pre-ride
3:00pm – Staging – Men A, Men 35+
3:05pm – Race Start – Men A, Men 35+ – 50 minutes
Stan’s NoTubes 4Corners CX Series – Aztec Race Reports – Series Standings
The new venue for this weekend at Tiger Park in Aztec offered up some new terrain for everyone with some sandy run/ride ups, gravelly paths, sandy sections and some thick grass accentuated by the obligatory collegiate maze. Thanks to the City of Aztec, Pete Shirk and Cottonwood Cycles for hosting the event.
Day 1 began with the standard weather so far this year, dry and relatively mild. The Men’s B class was a pack race for the first few of the 4:40 laps with the usual suspects at the front with one newcomer, Adam Digby (FLC). Jacob Smith (FLC) soon separated himself and despite repeated attempts by Digby, took the win with Digby in second and Troy Hachmann (FLC Alum) having yet another solid ride for third.
The Open Women’s race also stayed tight for the first few laps until Sofia Gomez Villafane (FLC) created a gap over the chasers and went on to a comfortable win. Lauren Catlin (FLC) and Sarah Sturm (FLC) have their form coming on at the right time to take 2nd and 3rd. Series leader Brianne Marshall (Stan’s NoTubes) had an off day and finished 4th.
The Men’s 35+ race had the same group of instigators start off the race but the outcome was highlighted by a newcomer. Matt McGee (2Cross) was in town from Las Vegas and showed up to create a gap from the beginning and grew his lead throughout the race to take a convincing win over the Stan’s NoTubes tandem of Frank Mapel (2nd) and Michael Carroll (3rd). Jon Delacy (DWC) again showed he was the best of the rest by finishing 4th.
The Men’s A race was sure to be decided by the FLC racers vying for spots on the National Team that will represent FLC on Januray 13th in Madison, WI. Leave it up to Sepp Kuss (RMCF Sweet Elite) to derail those plans by keeping tabs on Skyler Trujillo (FLC) and Rotem Ishay (FLC/Jamis) for the majority of the race and then pulling away to take the win – Trujillo 2nd, Ishay 3rd. Mike Sampson (FLC) had his best result to date by riding to a solid 4th and Robbie Jones (FLC) kept up the consistent results coming with a 5th place effort.
Day 2 in Aztec conditions were markedly different with a brutally cold wind out of the west making it very cold out in the elements and a few snowflakes flying. The course was run in the reverse direction from the day before with a few additions to make it a longer lap.
The Men’s B race seemed a tight pack race from the beginning but the group didn’t realize that Peter Marshall (DWC) had exploded off the front to take the win in dominating fashion. Jacob Smith (FLC) road the majority of the race alone to take 2nd and Troy Hachmann (FLC Alum) overcame a first lap mechanical to take 3rd yet again.
In the Open Women race Brianne Marshall (Stan’s NoTubes) exacted her revenge on everyone by using her teams cannon to obliterating the field and even passing all but one B man despite starting 1 minute behind them. Sofia Gomez Villafane, Sarah Strum, Lauren Catlin and Brittany Clawson formed up the FLC Cycling chase train before spreading out in that order to finish 2,3,4,and 5.
The Men 35+ field was missing the guest instigator from the day before and the Frank Mapel (Stan’s NoTubes) Michael Carroll (Stan’s NoTubes) duo (they might as well be riding a tandem) created a small gap over Andre Michaud (DWC) and Jon Delacy (DWC). The DWC racers did their best to close down the gap but fell short with Mapel taking another win, Carroll in 2nd, Delacy 3rd and Michaud 4th.
The Men’s A race got off to a quick start with Sepp Kuss (RMCF Sweet Elite), Skyler Trujillo (FLC) and Mike Wilk (FLC Alum) trading off on the front of the race with Chad Cheeney (RMCF Sweet Elite) holding a gap on a group of FLC chasers. Trujillo and Wilk turned up the throttle to gap Kuss and then Wilk bobbled in the hopable barrier section to give Trujillo the winning margin. Kuss kept riding hard to hold onto 3rd and Cheeney held off the chasing Mike Sampson (FLC) and Robbie Jones (FLC) to take 4th.
The Stan’s NoTubes Series Finals are this Sunday, December 16th up at Fort Lewis College with Open Women/Men B at 10am and Men A/Men 35+ at 11am. The venue will be slightly different than in the past with the Start/Finish next to the Amphitheater/Clocktower on the south side of Whalen Gymnasium.
All please be sure to make it to the Series awards on Sunday night at 6pm at the Irish Embassy pub at 9th and Main Ave. Should be a great time with the CX community coming together to celebrate the season.
Stan’s NoTubes 4Corners CX Series – Series Standings
Series standings have been tabulated for the first four races. FLC Alum Miguel Ramos is leading the Men A standings, but not for long as he has left for AK for the winter, surely 2nd place Ned Overend (Specialized/Boure) and 3rd place Sepp Kuss (RMCF Devo Sweet Elite) will be trying to take over the top spot with the FLC team ready to make a run for it. Brianne Marshall (Stan’s NoTubes) has a commanding lead in the Open Women after winning all 4 races, while Rebecca Balboni (Exergy/2012) and Sofia Gomez Villifante (FLC) while try to break the streak in the second half of the season. In the Men’s 35+ category, Frank Mapel (Stan’s NoTubes) had two wins in Cortez to propel him into the lead ahead of Jon Delacy (DWC) while teammate Michael Carroll (Stan’s NoTubes) waits in the wings in 3rd place. Steve Morozowich has confirmed he is master of the B Men with two convincing wins in Cortez but Jacob Smith (FLC), 2nd, and Paul Adams (Kokopelli), 3rd, are sure to be doing battle for the lead as peer pressure may make Morozowich jump up to the 35+ category. The 5th race of the series is this Sunday up at FLC – racing action starts at 10am!
Stan’s NoTubes 4Corners CX Series – Race #4 and Dolores Results
Another glorious day of racing for day 2 in Cortez at Parque de Vida. Ben “ze german” Sonntag (FLC Alum) drove all night back from the Palo Duro in Texas to make it back for day 2 in Cortez and did not disappoint in taking his second win of the season ahead of Ned Overend (Specialized) and Miguel Ramos (FLC Alum). Brianne Marshall continued her dominance of the Open Women category with another win ahead of Rebecca Balboni (Exergy 2012) and Shannon Gibson (Stan’s NoTubes). The Stan’s NoTubes Masters Team once again used teamwork to once again in the Men 35+ category with Frank Mapel, Michael Carroll and Kenny Wehn finishing in that order. Steve Morozowich confirmed that he is ready for the Men 35+ category by taking his second win in a row over Jacob Smith (FLC) and Paul Adams (Kokopelli). Thanks much to Ami Fair and Cortez Parks and Recreation for letting us ride bikes on grass and to Kokopelli Bike and Board for all the course help.
Stan’s NoTubes 4Corners CX Series – Race #3 Results
Race #2 in Dolores results will be finalized soon, sorry for the delay. Rotem Ishay (Jamis/FLC) made his first appearance in the series for the year and pulled away from a lead group of 4 to take the win in the Men’s A race while Brianne Marshal (Stan’s NoTubes) did it again for another win despite having to pit half way through. The Stan’s NoTubes 35+ team of Kenny Wehn, Michael Carroll and Frank Mapel used teamwork to bust up the field with Frank Mapel bridging solo to take the win over his two teammates and Steve Morozowich (DWC) took a well earned win in the Men’s B category. Tomorrow is day 2 in Cortez with riders negotiating today’s course in the opposite direction.
Stan’s NoTubes 4Corners CX Series – Race #1 Results
The first race of the Stan’s NoTubes 4 Corners CX series had stellar attendance (106 riders) under clear skies and relative warmth. The ageless Ned Overend (Boure) used superior horsepower to take the win in the Men’s A race while rising star Brianne Marshall (Stan’s NoTubes) took the win in the Open Women. Kenny Wehn (Stan’s NoTubes), took the Men’s 35+ category going away while FLC freshman Tyler Jones (on a MTB) won the Men’s B. The series now looks forward to Dolores this Saturday in what is looking like true CX conditions – yes!
We are pumped about CX season getting rolling this weekend and bet you are too. A few notes:
Entry fee is $20 per race for the whole series (not totally sure about Dolores).
Registration opens at 8:45am for all (except Dolores) and closes 15 minutes before the start of each race.
No USA Cycling license is needed.
10am – Men’s B/Open Women – 40 minutes
11am – Men’s A/Men’s 35+ – 50 minutes.
The west half of the course will be staked/taped by Friday afternoon and the east half (Stadium) will be done on Saturday afternoon.
Dolores is no longer a USA Cycling sanctioned race so no USAC license is needed nor are there any USAC points awarded.
I will send the Dolores flyer out as soon as I get it.
If there is anyone you know who would want to be on this list and isn’t, please have them send me an email and I’ll get them on it.
Also – For some great CX action this Saturday head on down to Cuba, NM for the NMCX series race #5 – the poster is attached. For more info on specific start times check out the attached flyer and to pre-register go to dashforife.org. It is a USA Cycling sanctioned race so if you want points, that’s where you get ’em.
Stan’s NoTubes CX Series – 10/26/12 Update
Practice race 11am on Saturday 10/27/12 at FLC softball complex!
Cyclocross weather (well, kind of, its a little cooler) is finally making it feel like the season and judging from the large turnouts at the Wed. 12noon practices, folks seem ready for the season to begin. Some bit chompers from the area have already been racing quite a bit – CrossVegas and the Ft. Collins USGPs and are getting ready to head up to the Boulder Cup races this weekend – they will get CX conditions up there this weekend for sure as it snowed last night, more today and then warming temps for the weekend – yeah!. Congrats to Teal Stetson-Lee and Carmen Small killing it at the early season races.
For those not traveling to Boulder there is a chance to get in some racing before the FCCX series begins on Nov.4th at FLC. On Saturday Nov. 3rd the NM Cyclocross Series will be hosting a race down in Cuba, NM (2hrs away) that should provide some great racing action – check out http://www.dashforlife.org/uploads/2012_cuba_poster.jpg for the poster.
The schedule for the Stan’s NoTubes FCCX has been finalized with one minor change from the previous version (see below). The categories will stay the same as last year for the series when it begins Sunday Nov. 4th up at Fort Lewis College at Dennison Memorial Field (the Stadium).
The 2012 poster has been completed – click below to check it out. Thanks to Jon Bailey for putting it all together once again!
Please let em know if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stan’s NoTubes CX Series – 10/11/12 Update
The Stan’s NoTubes 4 Corners Cyclocross Series provides an outlet for those chomping at the bit for some fall cycling action. We are proud to have races in Durango, Dolores and Cortez, CO and Aztec, NM. Stan’s NoTubes is back on board as the title sponsor this year so check out their innovative CX products (i’m tired of glue, aren’t you?). And be sure to see all of the other series sponsors below – thanks to them all!
The series schedule is below and be sure to check back here often for flyers, updates, posters, results, pictures, etc.
2012 Stan’s NoTubes Four Corners Cyclocross Series Sun. Nov. 4th – Durango, FLC Stadium Sat. Nov. 10th – Dolores, Joe Rowell Park (check http://ciclistasdelrio.blogspot.com/ for start times) Sat. and Sun. Nov. 17th/18th – Cortez, Parque de Vida Sun. Dec. 2nd – Durango, FLC Stadium Sat. and Sun. Dec. 8th/9th – Aztec, NM, Tiger Sports Complex Sun. Dec. 16th – Series Finals, Durango, FLC Stadium
All race times are as follows except for Dolores: 10am – Men’s B/Open Women 11am – Men’s A/Men’s 35+ Series Info: email@example.com