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Specialized brought some bikes for everyone to ogle at between their races. Fat bikes (kind-a fitting for the rain) and women's road bikes. Two ladies got to race super sweet steeds, what a treat!!!
Preliminary results can be found HERE.
The third video from Jason Ward of the Cat 5 race HERE.
Any pics feel free to tag as #skyway classic, #halfacrecycling
We made it through all the races and the constant rain with the rubber side down, phew! One more night to go.
Preliminary results HERE. Please review and email with any questions. Results will be uploaded to USAC on Friday.
Take a peek at some photos from night one HERE, from our teammie Soupy.
Also some pics HERE from the fabulous Ronit Bezalel.
Get a glimpse of riding in the Cat 5 race HERE, by rider Jason Ward.
An opening night thank you to all that came out to race, the officials, and sponsors. Three more nights to go!
Wow! What an amazing show of support. For the first time Half Acre Cycling teamed up with Half Acre Beer Company to host a fundraiser to support the West Town Bikes Cyclocross program.
For those that don't know, the WTB CX program sponsors and provides mentorship and coaching to juniors and young adults that would otherwise not have the opportunity to participate in cyclocross events. Racing requires fitness and teaches commitment and perseverance. The skills, knowledge and friendships gained help form a socially intelligent and responsible, physically fit person.
We at HAC were very excited to be a part of this as supporting the beginner rider and bringing the sport to more folks is important to us. Without these efforts some of us wouldn't be racing today.
An event like this couldn't have happened without the support of our sponsors and friends. Major hats off to Half Acre Beer Co. for allowing us to takeover their taproom, providing staff, tours, and proceeds of the beer sales. We are so honored to represent them on the bike.
The raffle prizes were simply above and beyond. We created about a dozen 'super lots' so each one was well worth a few tickets. Big thanks to:
If you weren't able to attend you can still support the WTB CX program by visiting the West Town Bikes website. There you will also learn more about the other programs they run and ways you can get involved.