Well, Cx will be ending soon? So…what to do with that Cx bike? An Adventure Ride (aka Gravel Grinder) of course!
Join Bagger Himes & CCORC for an Cx Adventure ride. Leaving out of Raymond, riding to Mariposa for lunch, and then back to Raymond. Will be a mixture of paved and dirt roads.
- Meeting Place: Raymond-Knowles Elementary School (carpool, parking is limited).
- Date: Sunday, January 6th
- Departure Time: 8:00am
- Details: 60mi approximately, 3,000ft climbing (a few steep but short climbs), dirt and paved roads. Cx bikes recommended, but 29er’s welcomed.
- Questions? Contact Bagger Himes at email@example.com or on Facebook
Don’t forget…the Pinnacle Off Road Duathlon sponsored by Tri This is THIS Sunday – before the cross races – get warmed up by doing this awesome event.
Just for clarification. The Lou Fest race at 6:20 pm on Saturday November third listed as “Sport Cat[B] 19-39 Women” will count as points for the Homegrown Women AB category. The 8:25pm race listed as “Expert Cat[A] 19-39 Women” will not count for Homegrown series points. If you are a female that is interested in scoring points for the Homegrown and have questions or comments please e-mail rkranovich @gmail.com
In addition the masters class at the Lou Fest is for riders 40+. If you are between the ages of 40 – 44 and you race in the masters race at Lou Fest your points will go to the masters points classification. You will not get points in Mens A,B or C Categories for homegrown. So if you are interested in the homegrown points series and are between the ages of 40-44 then do not race in masters category at the Lou Fest. Once again any questions e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
#2 Home Grown CX Series 2012 Lou Course