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Athlete: Eric Bernard
Age Group: M35-39
Frame: Scott Plasma 3
Components: SRAM Red
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What: Criterium Training Races for ALL.
Date: May 25th Wednesday, 2011
Time: 6:00PM Race A – Beginners Duration: 30 minutes
6:30PM Race B – Advanced Duration 60 or so minutes.
Where: Right behind Rouses there is a full .65 mile square.
Rules: Conventional Road Race Style Bicycle. No TT Bikes and you must wear a helmet. If a car happens to enter the course – everyone go neutral roll.
After years of searching for a SAFE local criterium course to mess around on, we never noticed that there was one right under our noses right behind rouses in Youngsville. The good thing about this course is you can see traffic from all angles. This is mainly for newcomers to the sport to get some confidence and feel while racing in a pack as well as improving bike handling skills. The good thing about this race is there is no definite race rules. If you get dropped, sit out a lap and jump back in.
Hope to see you there. Please park in the Rouses parking lot and not on the course. Thanks!
*The cops may or may not shut us down because we will have to breeze through one stop sign*