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New England Professional Cyclocross Series Races 3 & 4,
UCI Cat 1 (Saturday)/UCI Cat 2 (Sunday), USAC Permit Pending
ONLINE REGISTRATION opens 1pm ET, Monday August 6th, 2012 at bikereg.com8:00am – Cat 4 Men AND Cat4 Juniors; 40 minutes
Directions:Traveling South on I-95: take exit 17 for Rt. 1 South, and turn left on to Elmwood Ave. Look for the entrance to Roger Williams Park. Follow signs to race site. Traveling North on I-95: Take exit 16 for Rt. 10 toward Cranston, and then immediately take the Elmwood Ave. exit. Turn left on to Elmwood Ave., and look for the entrance to Roger Williams Park. Follow signs to race site.
The Fine Print
2% of the UCI events prizes will be deducted for UCI Dope tax.
Enter online only at BikeReg.com or on race day at event.
Online Registration Closes October 3rd at 1pm ET
Day of registration opens at 7am Saturday and Sunday
For more information 978-888-7272
Rules: Elite Men and Women must have a UCI license and use UCI legal cross bikes! Mountain bikes accepted in all other classes. No bar ends, aero bars, or sleeveless jerseys allowed. Helmets must be worn in all races. All races except Kids race – Bikes must have a working brake on each wheel and a rear freewheel. USA Cycling license required. One-day licenses can be purchased at registration for $10 for each day of racing. Pre-registration is available online through BikeReg.com until 1pm ET October 3rd. Day of registration will be available from 8:30am Sat, 7:30am Sun until ½ hour before scheduled start time for all fields; a $10 day of registration fee will apply (except Juniors 10-14).
Races may be combined if less than 10 riders are pre-registered for a class. Riders in the Elite races will be pulled from the race if about to be lapped per UCI rules; all other events are subject to the discretion of the chief referee. Course will be open for warm-up in the morning until 15 minutes before the Cat 4 men race, and between the Cat 2/3 Men and Elite Women race; otherwise no warming up on the course at any time.
Course Description: A modified version of the 2005 and 2006 U.S. National Cyclo-Cross Championships course. The kid’s race will feature a shortened version.