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Markin Glen Park 2012

Gales of November came rushing through Markin Glen yesterday but that didn’t keep the old faithful and tons of first timers from enjoying the cross racing. Spectators were out in force too, loud as ever.Might of had something to do with the 2 kegs of beer near the sandbox and yes the Bell’s ran out first. Kazoo cross racers love their Two Hearted.

This weeks move up include: Tom Barrett, Jake Grevenstuk, Jesse Riegle, Russ Greenwood, George Swanzy, Eric Winler, Sean Kennedy, Greg Vosters, Art Schneidt, Grant Kasten, Andy Klumb.

A Results

B Results

C Results

Great plans this Sunday!

The Tricats and Pedal Bikes are the race hosts/sponsors this Sunday and they will be providing 200 brats and a keg each of Bells Two Hearted and Founders Centennial IPA. First keg empty declares the cross racers favorite! Weather looks fantastic and the course is not to be missed.

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Markin Glen Parking Pass

This Sunday looks like an Indian Summer kind of day! 66 degrees for November cross? Crazy.

Markin Glen costs $5 for parking, we will cover that for you just print a copy of the parking pass and hand it to the gate attendant.

MARKIN GLEN parking pass

Also, here is the registration form for Markin Glen, don’t forget everyone needs to fill this out and you need two of them if you are racing twice.

Kisscross Reg Form Kazoo

Manhattan Park 2012

Another great fall day for Kisscross. Thanks to the Rapid Wheelmen for the course preparations and lunch for everyone. Where else can you race for $25 and get event timing, a free lunch, free beer or some other goodies?
This weeks move-ups from C’s to B’s include: John Betit, Jay Niewiek, Jason Hall, Shannon Wright, Rob Falik and Darren Tillbrooke. And from B’s to A’s: Drew Koshman,
Eric Hune, Bart VanderHammer, Mike Vanderberg, Brian Neely and Chris Muller.
Good Luck at Iceman everyone and we hope to see you at Kalamazoo’s Margin Glen for a great course and the Founders Centennial / Bells Two Hearted Showndown. Free beer for the racers! First keg gone equals the ‘cross racers favorite.

Free Bianchi cross frame!

I just wanted to remind everyone that the Bianchi frame is up for raffle. Tickets are $10 each or 3 for $20. All proceeds will be donated to the Western Michigan Mountain Biking Alliance’s 50 in 5 campaign. The goal is to add 50 more miles of single track trails in West Michigan in the next 5 years. Trails like Merrell, Cannon Township Trail, the Ski/Game Connector, Shore Acres, Upper Macatawa, Ken-o-Sha, Richmond and Wahlfield. All of these are either completed, being built right now or ready to go in 2013! But trails take money, so purchase some tickets and you might win a Bianchi and for sure your donation will go to more trails!

Help us with registration please

We are still struggling with a fast and smooth registration. Next week I would like everyone to fill out a form at the separate table provided. If you have raced with us before, look up your race number on the list provided at the same table. Write your number in the box provided on the registration form. Make sure you print your name clearly and that you check the box for your race category. If you are racing two races you will need two forms and two separate numbers. If you already know your number you can save time by doing this step at home with the registration form provided later this week. You can also make out any payment checks in advance, make them out to Kisscross Events. One last thing, please wait patiently for your turn and don’t leap frog the line to try and save time, it only makes things run slower and confuses the registration volunteers.

Cascade Park 2012

Another wonderful fall day, I wonder where all the racers went? Thanks go out to Team Foolish for the great course, awesome help and tasty treats!

We are still struggling with a fast and smooth registration. Next week I would like everyone to fill out a form at the separate table provided. If you have raced with us before, look up your race number on the list provided at the same table. Write your number in the box provided on the registration form. Make sure you print your name clearly and that you check the box for your race category. If you are racing two races you will need two forms and two separate numbers. If you already know your number you can save time by doing this step at home with the registration form provided later this week. You can also make out any payment checks in advance, make them out to Kisscross Events. One last thing, please wait patiently for your turn and don’t leap frog the line to try and save time, it only makes things run slower and confuses the registration volunteers.

Lost and found: One Priority Health vest, one black stocking hat, one black jackets and a pair of gloves. Please claim at the next race.

We have an improvement to the result times. Based on feedback, we have given separate start times to each wave of racers rather than listing everyone as starting together. This should help you when studying the lap times.

This weeks move up’s include: Ryan MaGuire, Tom Stolz Mike Brower, Ben Doctor and Chris Boer to the A’s and Ethan VanDoorne, Josh Moka, Amy Meldrum, David Tomasik and Amy Haney to the B’s.

Cheers!
See you next week.
Rick and Cathy

Results:
C‘s
B‘s
A‘s

No Moms in Tow this Sunday 10/21

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!