Weekly ride info: Tulsa Wheelman including the Wednesday Night Ride
Keep current on the racing schedule for Oklahoma with BRAOK

 

 

 

National Cyclocross Calendar racing. Two days at Broken Arrow; the biggest and baddest CX event in Oklahoma:

Website with all the info: 5th Annual Ruts'N Guts

RESULTS from Day One

 

Nope, it's not far away at all. Beginning Tuesday Sept. 4th and running through early November it's Fall CX practice time. With a full calendar of local and regional races, this is a 'must' for honing those skills.

The upcoming weekend of June 6th, 7th and 8th will bring three days of racing, two days of Gran Fondo Sportive riding plus a host of other fun.

The infamous Cryababy Hill will be the best seat in the house watching Pro and Amateur racers fight it out.

Tulsa Tough website with all the details.

Tulsa Tough is down the road, but the website for the June event has basic details.

Meantime there are a healthy mix of nearby mountain and road events. A number of flyers are posted at the USAC Oklahoma events page.

The age group and masters Oklahoma Cyclocross Championship race on December 1st offers $2800 in cash and prizes as well as lots of bragging rights.

Follow the flamingoes to registration in Mohawk Park: FLYER

Drawing racers from around the region as well as National level racers, Ruts and Guts looks to be the biggest cyclocross event for the 2013 Oklahoma season.

Large payouts and a challenging course: FLYER

Stillwater is hosting the Super Poke State Road Race on 9/7 followed up with another Super Poke, the criterium edition on Sunday 9/8.

Make it a grand finale for road the following weekend at Lawton for the Blue Canyon Oklahoma Championship Time Trial.

Time Trial RESULTS

Rick East notes a few happenings coming up around Tulsa:

"The biggest cyclocross race in OK! Dates have been set for Ruts and Guts, Showdown at sundown weekend. Nov 8-10 Fri nite , sat and Sunday races."

Wednesday Night Ride options: for kids:

"HELMETS REQUIRED!"

MonoCoggers- These are the kids on single speed bikes that will do a lap on the river trail from 3-5miles.

YoungGears- These are going to be the kids that have just started, or have been on geared bikes for a short time. 8-12miles. They will stay on the trail as well.

MidPackers- These are our older kids that have been cycling for a while, but aren't ready to make the jump to the racer group. These kids will do 20-30miles on the WNR loop.

Racers- these are the independent ones that can do the whole loop. Ride leaders will help with pack skills and other skills required to complete the big loop.

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