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Roman Nose State Park is the venue for some great XC racing. Lots of classes make the claim Mountain Bike Festival accurate.
Part of the Tour de Dirt presented by our friends at GEAX.
June 23rd, (Cat 3 racers start early!).
We want to send good thoughts and wishes to our friends in Oklahoma City.
Early reports show some terrible damage on the South side of the metro between Moore and Lake Stanley Draper.
The Oklahoma Categegoy Criterium Championship is held on May 12th. The Owasso Trail Days Criterium also features a healthy cash prize list.
Palmer's Sand Springs Criterium will serve as the Oklahoma Age Group State Championship for 2013.
The course has some short punchy climbs, technical corners and a fast downtown Sand Springs finish. Some fresh paving has smoothed out the course.
Non-age group categories are offered as well: Flyer
From the promoter, here's the skinny on the weekend's Omnium:
We hope to see you at this year's 2nd Annual Macomb Cuarto de Mayo Omnium Road Race and Time Trial benefiting the Macomb School athletic program. This year's edition will provide another great day of hilly, old school racing on scenic, good quality, rural roads. Macomb is only 45 minutes southeast of downtown Oklahoma City. The TT incorporates segments of the infamous Tribbey Time Trial and the RR includes portions of the reknown 89er Stage Race and the Sacred Heart Road Race.
Since the race is old school, you can leave your TT bikes, TT helmets, aero bars and disc wheels in the garage. As we used to do back in the day, throw on your racing wheels and bring your trainers for the wheel truck.
We've added a Cat 5 Omnium category this year with a sweet five-deep prize list provided by area bike shops. All categories will have separate prize lists for the TT, RR and Omnium Overall. Larry Smith of the Bicycle Shoppe in Shawnee is also providing $250 bonuses for the fastest female and fastest male TTs. Thanks Larry!
You'll find TT and RR maps and profiles at www.pedalerscycling.com.
TT start times are assigned in order of registration so go ahead a pre-register at USACycling (at no additional charge) to get a preferred.
Again, we hope to see you in downtown Macomb next Saturday!