Unfortunately Moms in Tow will not be at the Cascade race this Sunday but we hope you will still bring the little ones to the race, they are the future of our sport!
If youÂ haven’tÂ raced with us yet this year please fill this out in advance and bring it along with you Sunday. Repeat racers will have sticker forms ready for you.
I’d like to thank the TNR for their continued support of the Kisscross races and as always the Barry-Roubaix help. These guys (Tuesday Night Riders) live and ride in the Caledonia, Middleville or Yankee area 24/7. I have never seen such aÂ dedicated bunchÂ of riders. Every Tuesday all year long no matter what including rain, heat or snowstorms, they live and breath riding. Thanks to Rick Watson and Beverlin Manufacturing for the Founders IPA as well.
Please print and fill thisÂ kiss-cross-caledonia-registration formÂ out in advance to save time at registration.
Thank you Freewheeler for the great course. Set up and tear down was fast, smooth and top notch and so were the awesome hot tamales! One of the benefits of lap timing is that I can see how fast everyone is cranking out the laps hence today’s move up enforcement’s include Todd Meredith and Sarah Demmerly from C to B. Jason Smith, Aaron Zuelke, Jason Bolt, Jeff Haney, Amy Stauffer and Kim Thomas from B to A. Next week we can look forward to free kegs of beer and hot lasagna at the Caledonia race thanks to the host sponsors TNR and Beverlin Manufacturing.
Here is aÂ Kisscross Reg Form for the Richmond Park race this Sunday(edit) 9-30-12. If you would like to fill it out in advance it will save time at registration.
We had beautiful weather at the Highland Park race despite the forecast for a 80% chance of rain. Never, ever believe the weather man! Thanks for all the help Founders Alger Racing. After two events on non-typical days and times we will finally go back to Sundays at 11:00 a.m. this weekend at Richmond Park.
Also, don’t forget the top B and C racer need to move up one class.
Photo by Josh Duggan
Help us keep track of scoring easier by properly attaching you race bib. Here is a photo that shows how it should look. Use all 4 pins and place it on the proper side of your jersey based on the timing chute set up for the day.
At this Saturday’s Highland Park race we will use a timing chip sticker that must be attached to you HELMET. Do not stick it anywhere else or your lap reads may not register.
Here is aÂ Kisscross Reg Form for the Highland Park race this Saturday. If you would like to fill it out in advance it will save all of us time at registration. The weather looks great for a cross race, 50′s with a chance of rain!