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- 1/2 off $40 takes it.
It's one tough but amazing race - I am not ready for it this year unfortunately.
Race is May 18th
Let me know if you are interested
- Up for sale are 4 seat post clamps, There are listed in order per the attached photo: 1) Santa Cruz brand 35mm collar 2) Blue generic brand 35mm collar 3) Giant 31mm collar 4) Silver Salsa liplock 35mm collar........Asking $5 for the first 3 and $10 for the Salsa OBO PM me thru this site with any inquiries. David
Round One 5 Lap Scratch
Round Two Miss n Out (Devil Takes the Hindmost)
Round Three Tempo Up to 14 laps for all groups
If there is some daylight left, 3 to 5 up Chariot Races (doesn’t count towards track cup)
Junior races to be inserted in between rounds if needed
This is the schedule for this coming Thursday NIght at Mr. Bumpy, that is if it does not rain again. There is still rain in the forecast but not as high of probability. Same procedure for rain as described in the post about it.
Even though the preseason practice helped a whole lot with the new riders there will still be some that need a little clinic instruction before riding. What I would like to do is have a small clinic before we race tomorrow. I am planning on having this instructional period before racing so for those that are still new and have not raced please be there ready to ride at 5 pm if possible.
Now if everybody can just think "NO Rain, No Rain, No Rain" we'll have some fun.
- I am parting out a tri set up, pictures to come.
Aluminum syntace base bars- $20
Aluminum C2 clip aero bars- $50
Shimano SL-BS64 ultegra 8 speed shifter set $50
Dia compe bar end brake levers.. price to come
Nitto 66 forward seatpost. 27.2mm $50
Three-time U.S. professional champion “Fast Freddie” Rodriguez has returned to the professional ranks after signing a contract with UCI Continental team Jelly Belly-Kenda for the remainder of 2013. Rodriguez began the season riding with the elite Predator Carbon Repair team, but made the jump back to the pro ranks with an eye for the major North American tours.
“We’re more than excited to obtain Fred Rodriguez and have him part of the team for the remainder of the season,” team boss Danny Van Haute said in a press release. “Fred’s experience and leadership will be a huge asset for Team Jelly Belly-Kenda, not to mention he’s a great bike rider who will no doubt garner great results.”
Rodriguez has bounced around over the last half-decade after leaving the European peloton a Giro d’Italia stage winner, a runner-up at the Milano-Sanremo classic, and a prolific leadout man for Robbie McEwen at Lotto. He rode with the men’s Exergy team in 2012, but was without a job when that team folded late in the year.
“After dialogue with several teams, I decided Jelly Belly was a good fit,” said Rodriguez in a press release. “There are a lot of things this team does both on and off the bike that makes sense for me at this stage of my career. The team has been a staple of American racing for more than a decade and I admire that stability. Plus, Jelly Belly Candy Company is a great company with great values to support.”
Van Haute expects Rodriguez, 39, to team up with Brad Huff to create a one-two punch in the bunch finishes. Rodriguez will make his Jelly Belly debut at the USA Cycling Professional Road National Championships in Chatanooga, Tennessee, later this month.
- 1. John DEGENKOLB, Argos-Shimano, in 4:37:48
- 2. Angel VICIOSO ARCOS, Katusha, at :00
- 3. Paul MARTENS, Blanco, at :00
- 4. Sergio Luis HENAO MONTOYA, Sky, at :00
- 5. Matteo TRENTIN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :00
- 6. Jarlinson PANTANO, Colombia, at :00
- 7. Daniel OSS, BMC Racing, at :00
- 8. Jens KEUKELEIRE, Orica-GreenEdge, at :00
- 9. Grega BOLE, Vacansoleil-DCM, at :00
- 10. Tanel KANGERT, Astana, at :00
- 11. Michal GOLAS, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :00
- 12. Marco CANOLA, Bardiani Valvole-CSF Inox, at :00
- DNF Pablo URTASUN PEREZ, Euskaltel-Euskadi