For the first time, the Nebraska CX Series will feature a race in Van Dorn Park. This venue sits right on the corner of one of the busiest intersections in Lincoln, 9th & Van Dorn. Conveniently located off of Hwy 77, the rolling terrain of Van Dorn Park features a 1.25-mile circuit with tight turns, fast downhills and enough tarmac to wind up for a sprint finish. Home to the weekly Flatwater Cycling CX Training Series, this race course will be dialed by race day. A great way to wrap the weekend after the Norfolk Classic CX!
Time Category Duration Prizes Entry Fee
9:00am Rider check-in opens
10:00am Men Masters 40/50/60 45 minutes $500/5 places $25
11:00am Women 1/2/3 45 minutes $500/5 places $25
12:00pm Men 3 45 minutes Merch/medals $25
1:00pm Women 4 & Jr Women 30 minutes Merch/medals $20
1:45pm Men 4 & Jr. Men 30 minutes Merch/medals $20
2:30pm Men 1/2/3 60 minutes $1000/15 places $30
- Masters: cash prizes for the top five overall w/medals awarded to the top 3 in each age division.
- Awards will not be mailed.
Pre-registration is required. Go to www.raceregister.net.
Registration closes at 6:00pm CST, Saturday, October 23, 2010
Day of registration is allowed but pre-registration is encouraged
Race second race for only $10 for second race. Masters $25 + Cat 3 Men $10. Second race registration on site only.
- Entry fee covers USAC $3.00 surcharge.
- Annual and 1-day licenses will be available for purchase at the race site.
- Junior riders race with their category. First-time racers should enter the Category 4 race.
- Enter a 2nd race in the same day for just $10. e.g. Masters = $25, Men 3 = $10, total = $35.
- No refunds will be issued under any circumstances.
GENERAL RACE RULES & INFORMATION
- All 2010 USAC cyclocross rules are in effect. Please review the rulebook, lots of changes.
- In the event of severe weather, watch www.nebraskacyclingnews.com for updates.
- Helmets must be worn at all times while on the bike.
DIRECTIONS: Van Dorn Park, 9th & Van Dorn, Lincoln. Please park in the southeast lot.
COURSE DETAILS: Race course is a twisty, rolling terrain in Van Dorn Park featuring a 1.25-mile circuit with tight turns, fast downhills and enough tarmac to wind up for a sprint finish.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Sean Craig. Race Director, firstname.lastname@example.org