Weekly ride info: Tulsa Wheelman including the Wednesday Night Ride
Keep current on the racing schedule for Oklahoma with BRAOK
Check the results for last weekend's Eucha Classic.
And if it's Tuesday: Summer Crit Training Series
Our on the scene in Tulsa reporter Rick East sends these items from BRAOK:
State Criterium Championships
|Criterium Racing Practice
Are you ready to try your skills at racing a criterium? Starting April 2nd and every Tuesday through August you will be able to do that at the Tulsa Wheelmen practice series. These are practice sessions for all racing categories. They take place at the City of Tulsa Safety Training area located 1 block north of Admiral Place on 109th East Ave. There will be 3 sessions each night. Beginning at 5:50 PM will be the beginner racers cat 5 men and cat 4 women. They will practice 20 to 30 minutes. Then about 6:30 PM the intermediate group consisting of the cat 4 and cat 3 men as well as the cat 2 and 3 women will practice for around 40 to 45 minutes. The last sesion wil start at 7:15 PM and will involve the Cat 1 and 2 men. They will practice for 50 to 60 minutes. All riders must sign a waiver each night and have a racing license. There will be 1 day licenses available on site for $5. Rider cost each night will be $5 to participate. To expedite registration please print off this release https://www.usacycling.org/myusac/index.php?pagename=pdfwaiver&type=riderrelease&compid= and bring with you.
The Tulsa Wednesday Night Ride is a 20 year (or more) tradition. Ready to roll every Wednesday night during Daylight Savings time (March - November).
While the up to 200 riders trickle in from various starting points, the main group leaves from 21st and Jackson in the River West Festival Park. Cyclists of all abilities show up for this one; BUT the front hits it hard and fast.
Tulsa Bicycle Club has route maps for the Wed Ride, as well as other resources.
This is our newest city we've added to Localcycling.com's family. We'll be updating a thriving cycling scene. Plenty of racing, recreational rides and related activities.
Watch for fresh updateds from our on the scene reporter Rick East.
For starters, weather permitting, it's opening night for:
Tulsa Wheelmen Summer Crit Series begins on 4/2 in Tulsa