WOMPATUCK TUESDAY NIGHT CRITERIUM TRAINING RACE
Apr
18
to Aug 29

WOMPATUCK TUESDAY NIGHT CRITERIUM TRAINING RACE

  • Wompatuck Criterium Training race Series (map)
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Race dates: April 18, 25 May 2, 9, 16, 23 June 6, 13, 20, 27 July 11, 18, 25August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Rain dates: If Tuesday night is canceled due to weather, the race will run on Wednesday night if the weather has improved. April 19, 26 May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 June 7, 14, 21, 28 July 12, 19, 26 August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30


The race is run on Tuesday nights at Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, MA. Registration opens at 5:30PM. Each race starts at 6:15 PM. Late arrivals can join the race in progress. A valid USA Cycling license is required to race and must be shown prior to start. A license (one-day $10 or annual $75) may be purchased on site. An annual license can also be purchased online at www.usacycling.org. All racers must follow USA Cycling rules. A 2016 rulebook can be found at http://www.usacycling.org/usa-cycling-rule-book.htm. An approved CPSC bicycle helmet must be worn at all times (Rule 1J1).
The race is open to all categories (1-5). Two fields may be run depending on the number of be-ginner racers. The entry fee is $15 for all riders except juniors. Juniors (age 18 and under) pay $4. There are no prizes awarded for this event. The distance is 32.5 miles (25 laps).
You can sign up for our race e-mail list at www.massbayroadclub.org/wompatuck.aspx. Infor-mation / cancellations will be sent out using this list and the list will not be used for any other purpose. Also follow us on Facebook @wompycrit . https://www.facebook.com/wompycrit/

Click here for PDF of the Race Flier

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TD Bank Mayor's Cup
Sep
17
11:30 AM11:30

TD Bank Mayor's Cup

The TD Bank Mayor’s Cup Criterium is a family-oriented celebration that promotes healthy lifestyles and offers a unique professional sports experience.  The event is free for spectators.

Now in it's eighth year, the 2016 TD Bank Mayor’s Cup Men's and Women's Races will feature nearly 200 top professional racers, including Olympians and national champions, who will compete for $30,000 in prize money.  The Men's and Women's Professional Criteriums are the season's final race of the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar. The event will also feature USA Cycling amateur categories preceding the pro races.

 

 

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Root 66 Series - Landmine Classic Mountain Bike Race
Sep
11
9:00 AM09:00

Root 66 Series - Landmine Classic Mountain Bike Race

The Landmine Classic is a "don't miss" race. This race features a one-loop course: 7.6 miles for first time racers, 12.5 miles for Cat 3 and Fat Bikes, and 25 miles for Cat 2, Cat 1, and Pro. We also offer a marathon option where you do two 25-miles laps.

Almost entirely on singletrack, this race showcases a great deal of what Wompatuck has to offer trail-wise as well as some of the historic features of the park (including bunkers, blasting walls, etc.) from when the park was used as a military compound. Over the 25 miles you will encounter almost every type of trail situation - rocks, roots, berms, pavement (minimal), fast and slow trails, etc. This course takes you through the best of New England mountain biking!

All of the proceeds from the race go right back to the park. Using proceeds from previous years' races, we were able to reclaim South Field, the site of the race, to make the area a more family friendly, open space to enjoy. We also have opened new trails, resurfaced bridges, and completed general park maintenance with proceeds.

 

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Root 66 - Hodges Village Dam
Aug
20
9:00 AM09:00

Root 66 - Hodges Village Dam

The ROOT 66 Race Series is a series of cross country and marathon races put on by racers, bike clubs, and shops dedicated to quality mountain bike races. The ROOT 66 mission is to provide New England Riders with the most competitive, yet fun racing for all. Now in its 12th season, this series has become some of the most fun and competitive mountain bike racing in the region.

The 2016 Series is a made up of 13 cross-country mountain bike races and 2 marathon races held at different venues throughout New England between April and mid September. All the races are well-established, and some even date back before the series began. Additionally there are free events for children 5-11 years old, easy-to-enter races for racers 12 year olds and older, family entertainment, and affordable entry fees.

We've also listened to you, the racer, and your concerns. You wanted reasonable entry fees. You've got it! You wanted timely results and series scoring and you got it! We heard in great detail how and where you would like to see the future of cross country racing evolve and we've delivered. That future is now at the Root 66 Race Series.

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Boston Rebellion US Cup Pro Mountain Bike Race
Jul
30
to Jul 31

Boston Rebellion US Cup Pro Mountain Bike Race

There will be non stop racing action all weekend long. Please see the schedule page for a detailed list of times and races.

The Boston Rebellion ProXCT is a great way to experience Olympic format mountain bike racing (XCO) in advance of the Olympics. Some of the professional competitors are previous Olympians and many of the new professionals are future Olympic hopefuls. Even with professional races going on over the weekend, the amateur races will also provide some of the best spectating. Typically the Category 2 class has the largest field sizes and some tough competition.

Spectating can be done anywhere on course and some sections will provide some exciting action (see map below). If you choose to venture on course, please pay close attention to the race and yield to all racers at all times. Always try to walk against traffic so you can see approaching racers. When a racer approaches, please step completely off the trail. Please leave no trace of trash on course. If you pack it in, pack it out.

Most of the Short Track course can be viewed from the expo and beer garden. Numerous amateur short track races will take place mid day Saturday with the professional short track race Sunday afternoon. For the trail run and cross-country races, please see the map below for some of the great spectating areas.

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Jul
23
6:30 AM06:30

GranFondo Ottawa

GranFondoOttawa in its Fourth Edition is happy to offer [4] mostly NEW route options to challenge your will to prepare!
~ Ride easy and enjoy the vistas, the great Feed Stations or ride hard at race pace and tackle the QOM/KOM Challenge! 
~ Bring a friend or team/group or come alone and make news ride friends at this well attended event since our 2012 beginnings.
~ Make it a goal & reap the rewards of good health and good times.
~ Feed beyond the norm…. this is the goal/event you've been looking for to stoke the internal fire to spin, or ride a trainer ahead of the Big-Ride.
GranFondoOttawa offers a hassle free alternative to crating a bike and flocking afar while satisfying the urge to experience a Fondo.
~ Experience the rural areas West of Ottawa along beautiful quiet rolling roads, enjoying a well-supported ride as we create an annual cycling Festa.
~ We will help you train, provide a plan with nutritional tips and host weekday and weekend rides up to the day of the Fondo.
~ After the ride, we offer a Recovery Ride as we look ahead to seeing you again at the next year's event.

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Root 66 Series - Bike for Bovine
Jul
17
9:00 AM09:00

Root 66 Series - Bike for Bovine

The ROOT 66 Race Series is a series of cross country and marathon races put on by racers, bike clubs, and shops dedicated to quality mountain bike races. The ROOT 66 mission is to provide New England Riders with the most competitive, yet fun racing for all. Now in its 12th season, this series has become some of the most fun and competitive mountain bike racing in the region.

The 2016 Series is a made up of 13 cross-country mountain bike races and 2 marathon races held at different venues throughout New England between April and mid September. All the races are well-established, and some even date back before the series began. Additionally there are free events for children 5-11 years old, easy-to-enter races for racers 12 year olds and older, family entertainment, and affordable entry fees.

We've also listened to you, the racer, and your concerns. You wanted reasonable entry fees. You've got it! You wanted timely results and series scoring and you got it! We heard in great detail how and where you would like to see the future of cross country racing evolve and we've delivered. That future is now at the Root 66 Race Series.

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Root 66 Series - MTB Assault @Al's
Jul
10
8:30 AM08:30

Root 66 Series - MTB Assault @Al's

  • 190 New London Turnpike West Greenwich, RI, 02817 United States (map)
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***Rhode Island State Championship***

MTB Assault @ Al's will likely be one of the most challenging mountain bike races of the year. Get ready to challenge your skills set. This race takes place on a beautiful wooded piece of property in West Greenwich, Rhode Island.

Expert/sport 6.6 -mile loop. 807 vertical feet per lap.

Beginners 3.4 mile loop. 420 vertical feet per lap. 

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Wompatuck Criterium Training Race Series / Tuesdays
Jun
28
5:30 PM17:30

Wompatuck Criterium Training Race Series / Tuesdays

Race Dates:  June 28
July 5, 12, 19, 26 August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Rain dates: If Tuesday night is canceled due to weather, the race will run on Wednesday night if the weather has improved. April 20, 27 May 4, 11, 18, 25
June 8, 15, 22, 29 July 6, 13, 20, 27 August 3, 10, 17, 31

The race is run on Tuesday nights at Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, MA. Registration opens at 5:30PM. Each race starts at 6:15 PM. Late arrivals can join the race in progress. A valid USA Cycling license is required to race and must be shown prior to start. A license (one-day $5 or annual $35) may be purchased on site. An annual license can also be purchased online at www.usacycling.org . All racers must follow USA Cycling rules. A 2016 rule book can be found at http://www.uci.ch/inside-uci/rules-and-regulations/regulations/. An approved CPSC bicycle helmet must be worn at all times (Rule 1.3.031).
The race is open to all categories (1-5). Two fields may be run depending on the number of beginner racers. The entry fee is $13 for all riders except juniors. Juniors (age 18 and under) pay $3. There are no prizes awarded for this event. The distance is 32.5 miles (25 laps).
You can sign up for our race e-mail list at www.massbayroadclub.org/wompatuck.aspx. Information / cancellations will be sent out using this list and the list will not be used for any other purpose.

Wondering what this is like watch this: https://youtu.be/HGvVaQXfOOo

 

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Root 66 Series - Domnarski Farms
Jun
26
9:30 AM09:30

Root 66 Series - Domnarski Farms

It's a great course rain OR shine!!! Trail is a variety of packed singletrack/ ATV and jeep trails and well ridden!  There is even a 0.5 miles pavement.  Bring two tubes, run pressure high to prevent snakebite flats.  Durable equipment and climbing gears highly recommended.  Pre-rides before race day encouraged.

First Timer/Beginner Loop 3.35 miles: http://connect.garmin.com/activity/25346710 Sport thru Pro Loop 10.00 miles:  http://connect.garmin.com/activity/111502491
Accommodations:  Camping Allowed, limited facilities.

Directions:  Massachusetts Turnpike, take the Palmer Exit 8 to Route 32 North.  Bacon Road is the first right when you enter Ware from Palmer (6 miles from the Turnpike).  Follow signs to parking.  www.RandMcNalley.com 77 Bacon Road 01082 cell 413-426-8040.

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Root 66 Series - Pats Peak Mountain Bike Festival
Jun
11
to Jun 12

Root 66 Series - Pats Peak Mountain Bike Festival

24.12.6 Hours of PATS PEAK
Starts at 12pm on Saturday.
There are three options to choose from: 24-hours, 12-hours and 6-hours.
Racing Categories include solo, 2-person, 4-person and 5-person teams.

Pats Peak X-Country Challenge
Sunday only.
USA Cycling X-Country State Championship Event.
Qualifier to USA Cycling MTB National Championships.

Pats Peak Eastern States Cup Downhill Thrill
2-Day Event - Practice on Saturday; Downhill Thrill on Sunday.
Eastern States Cup USA Cycling Regional Championship Downhill Mountain Bike Race.
Qualifier to USA Cycling MTB National Championships.

Other Weekend Activities include:
-Kids' Races
-Food Vendors
-Pub Open
-See the Weekend Schedule for times and more details

For info about the Rte 66 Mountain Bike series click here http://www.root66raceseries.com/RT66/Home.html

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Vermont Gran Fondo
Jun
4
7:00 AM07:00

Vermont Gran Fondo

The Vermont Gran Fondo is a non-competitive ride through Vermont’s Green Mountains. This ride will test your fitness with its challenging climbs. There are amazing views at the top each gap—savor them for a moment before you speed downhill.

Hill Climb Challenge: King of the Mountain

Riders seeking a bit of competition can empty the tank through our Gran Fondo Strava Challenge. Upload your climb times (for any or all of the four gaps) via Garmin or iPhone to Strava and the fastest male and female riders each gap will earn recognition as “King of the Mountain.” They’ll each win a unique KOM jersey manufactured by Voler.

http://vermontgranfondo.com/

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Root 66 Series - Coyote Hill Classic MTB Race
May
29
9:00 AM09:00

Root 66 Series - Coyote Hill Classic MTB Race

Presented by Coyote Hill Mountain Bike Camp

Sunday May 29th: Coyote Hill Classic 20th Annual Cross Country MTB Race/ VT State Championships. Part of Root 66 race series. Register at Root 66 race series and bikereg.com. Call 802-222-5133 or email for more details.

For info about the Rte 66 Mountain Bike series click here http://www.root66raceseries.com/RT66/Home.html

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Root 66 Series - Eastern Grind XC MTB & MTB Marathon
May
15
8:00 AM08:00

Root 66 Series - Eastern Grind XC MTB & MTB Marathon

The course is located at the Catamount Family Center in Williston Vermont. Formerly at the Millstone Trails.   Course distance is 5.4 miles and features 80% single track. The single track is twisty, moderately rooty and rocky, but flows well. There are three moderate climbs (first halfof course and towards course end), and the rest of the course it littered with short, fast ramps and grunts in wooded single track.  There are two A-Lines  in the course that  will require expert skills. The race course begins at the bottom of a large open field and climbs gently in order to spread racers out before entering the wooded single track.

Join us for the 2016 Eastern Grind Mountain Bike Race @ Catamount Family Center in Williston VT.Support the Catamount Family Center while enjoying a top-notch mountain biking event!

The Grind is a cross-country race with categories for all abilities and ages (12 and up). It takes place in a truly unique setting: the approx. 5.5-mile rolling course loops. Nearly the entire course is wooded, so racers are shaded from the sun.

For info about the Rte 66 Mountain Bike series click here http://www.root66raceseries.com/RT66/Home.html

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Rhodekill Spring Classic
May
14
9:00 AM09:00

Rhodekill Spring Classic

  • 15 Hay Street West Warwick, RI, 02893 United States (map)
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The Rhodekill Spring Classic is a 62 mile, Belgian inspired "classics" ride starting and finishing in West Warwick, RI, at the Royal Mills Riverpoint. Rhodekill will take place on Saturday, May 14th. The ride takes cyclists (both competitive and enthusiast) through 15 historic Rhode Island villages, one covered bridge and over 11 sections of hard-packed dirt road of varying length. Rhodekill is an excellent opportunity for racers to test their legs for the upcoming Tour of the Battenkill, over similar terrain. The ride also serves as an historic tour of Rhode Island, and will showcase both the state's beauty, and it's ability to persevere.

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Root 66 Series - Bear Brook Classic
May
7
8:00 AM08:00

Root 66 Series - Bear Brook Classic

State 9 Racing, RideBiker Alliance and ROOT 66 are thrilled to bring a new venue to the mountain bike racing roster for 2016. This race will be the second stop for the Kenda Cup East circuit. Bear Brook State Park, in Allenstown NH, offers a wide variety of trails for us to design a seriously rad course. Fast, flowing, and technical are these trails. The course will be approximately 8 miles long. A CYCLOCROSS ENDURANCE RACE is also going to be part of the event. This is a new category of cx/gravel racing that includes fire roads, smooth single track, hills and distance longer than your typical cross race. Come see what this new race discipline is all about! Recommended tire pressure is 40-55 for tubes and 30-45 if tubeless.  

You will not be disappointed in the fun and excitement this race will bring. There are over 30 miles of trails to enjoy in this beautiful state park. The park can also be linked with FOMBA, in Manchester, and other networks through snowmobile trails and endless double track. If you haven’t yet, the BB Classic will get you coming back to enjoy the rest of the trails. After race refreshments will be available by a local food truck, and tasty beer provider.

For info about the Rte 66 Mountain Bike series click here http://www.root66raceseries.com/RT66/Home.html

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Root 66 Series - 22ND ANNUAL WINDING TRAILS FAT TIRE CLASSIC
Apr
24
8:00 AM08:00

Root 66 Series - 22ND ANNUAL WINDING TRAILS FAT TIRE CLASSIC

Winding Trails, Inc. is proud to be a part of the Root 66 Northeast XC Mountain Bike Race Series. This series consists of 18 USA Cycling sanctioned events held at different venues around New England. This year we are also privileged to, again, be a part of the KENDA Cup East race series. This is a series of 5 races that will culminate in Walpole, MA in July. All levels of riders are encouraged to pre-register. The 5-mile loop is designed on Winding Trails’ 12.5 mile trail system and includes wide-open trails, hills, and turns combined with sections of technical single track. Beginner/Cat 3, Sport/Cat 2, Expert/Cat 1, and Pro classes will run with a variety of age groups. Distances will vary according to each class. There will also be a special First Timers’ Race (just one lap) and a free short kids’ race. Proceeds from the event go to the Trails Fund. Call 860-677-8458 or visit our website www.windingtrails.org for race flyer and information. We will be using BikeReg for registrations for this race at www.bikereg.com. All levels of riders are encouraged to pre-register.

For info about the Rte 66 Mountain Bike series click here http://www.root66raceseries.com/RT66/Home.html

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Mar
13
8:00 AM08:00

Ski, Shoe, & Fatbike to the Clouds - N. America's Toughest 10K

  • Mount Washington Auto Road Jackson, NH, 03846 United States (map)
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PINKHAM NOTCH, NH- “Ski, Shoe & now Fatbike to the Clouds”, is in it’s 20th year! The event takes place on the snow covered Mt. Washington Auto Road and will be held this season on March 13, 2016. Long referred to as “North America’s Toughest 10K Winter Race”, the Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds course has an average grade of 12% over the last 6K as you climb the final 2,200 vertical feet. While there will be competitors who are seeking to make or break a record, for others it is the ultimate way to personally test themselves in one of nature’s most spectacular environments.

The Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds race is limited to a field of 150 athletes and these racers will have the Mt. Washington Auto Road to themselves as remarkable views of the Presidential Range and beyond reveal themselves. On race day, there will be a mass start of cross country skiers at 10 am, followed by the snowshoe start 5 minutes later and Fatbikers TBD Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds is considered a true freestyle event, there will not be separate classes for classic and skate skiing. This is NOT an event for inexperienced skiers or snowshoers!

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Feb
6
8:30 AM08:30

Wicked Nor'Eastah Fat Bike Race, Borderland Park, Easton

After spending the day with your real family getting fat why don't you break out the fat bike (or whatever mtb you own) and join us at Borderland for a Group MTB ride? We'll be riding the Wicked Nor'Eastah course in a few ability groups; Business Casual & Beginner Casual. It is afterall the day after a hearty meal.

Arrive between 8:30 and 8:45 to be ready to pedal at 9:00am. One lap is just over 8 miles. Some groups might ride it twice.

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Jan
23
9:00 AM09:00

Fatty Walrus Fat Bike Race #1 The Arctic Kickoff

Welcome to the 2nd annual FATTY WALRUS ARCTIC KICKOFF!!

Brought to you by Riverside Cycle Haverhill. 

Sponsored by Haverhill Parks & Recreation and Polartec.

For the latest race info please visit us on Facebook

This event will take place on the scenic trails of the Plug Pond Recreation Area of Haverhill Ma. We've got great views, rolling fire roads, sweet single track, berms & wooops, epic climbs and... a castle!

Dress for success (WARM)!!

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May
8
to Aug 21

Thursday Night Time Trial Series, Duxbury MA

  • Thursday Night Time Trial (map)
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This is a great training race if you are training for Triathlons and/or to see how your individual best is. Run Every Thursday in Duxbury the Time Trial starts in May in Duxbury. Come out week after week to improve your strength and speed on the bike on a 20K time trial course. You never know when Mark McCormack or Ironman winners Caitlin Snow, Karen Smyers, Tony DeLogne and Dede Greisbauer will be racing against you!

This race is Presented by Pegasus Elite Athlete Management

Time Trial Rules PDF Here

Find out more by clicking here

 

 

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