Who: Precision Bikes/CornerBar
What: 10 Mile TT
When: May 5th
Where: TBT (depending on road construction)
Why: Because it is awesome!
We WILL announce the location of the TT when the time gets closer!
**First time trial, we had a great turn out! May is also National Bike Month so lets start it off right!
Everyone MUST wear a helmet! Please plan to be at the location at least by 6:15 and SIGN IN!
*We will have ONE prize go out to the best dressed for Cinco de Mayo!
Cat1,2,3 Two Man TT in La Place past Sunday!
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March 27th 2011
Time to dust of that TT bike and get ready for an hour of pain.
NOBC is sponsoring the 2-person Time Trial in LaPlace, LA this Sunday.
Don’t delay and get a partner; it’s a 40km closed course.
Remember, if you have a mixed category team you will be racing in the category of the the highest category member of your team.
For example, if you are a 4/5 team – you will be racing cat 4’s.
Hope to see you there and – Good Luck Everyone!
To go to their website, please click here
For online registration please click here
FYI: Language spoken is Danish, Home Country of Ole Ritter.
LAMBRA/USAC ITT CHAMPIONSHIPS
Glenn Richard placed 1st
in the 35-39 Masters:0:57:34
Nick Smith placed 1st in the Cat4:0:58:37
Cole Leblanc placed 3rd in the Cat5:0:58:30
Randy Dominque placed 5th in the Cat5:0:59:29
Dave Suter placed 7th in the cat5:1:00:26
Jonathan Falgout placed 8th in the Cat4:1;03:49
Thanks guys for representing Precision Bikes in such a fabulous fashion!!
Mark Miller/Eric Bernard: 1:05 (Placed 3rd Cat5, in spite of the fact Mark had to get of his bike 3 times due to mechanical trouble with the Litespeed Blade..).
Jason Meaux/Saul Dupuis: 1:08 (Placed 8th Cat5, first TTT for Jason Meaux!).
Congrats to all for racing & finishing the 25mile TT, in these brutal conditions.
2-Man Time Trial
40 km, LaPlace, Louisiana
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Held under USA Cycling Event Permit
12.4 miles out and 12.4 miles back on HWY 51.
Road is extremely smooth and fast.
Turnaround will be about a 1/2 mile before the manchac overpass.
Course will be closed to most traffic, but police will be allowing access to some vehicles as necessary.
Several local athletes will be competing in the event;
Including, but not limited to: Brian Rizk/Glenn Richard, Mark Miller/Eric Bernard,
Smitty Smith/Cole Leblanc, Jason Meaux/Saul Dupuis
Wishing all a good TT and Safe Travels!