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Submitted by Paco on Fri, 12/18/2009 - 2:25pm
Monthly club meeting open to all.
The 18th Annual John Earley Memorial Valley of the Sun Stage Race
The Valley of the Sun bike race is a three-day event in which professional and amateur road racing cyclists of different categories compete for cash and prizes. A stage is held each day consisting of a time trial, a road race and a criterium. There are over 900 participants in 15 categories of professional and amateur riders, both men and women, ages 10 to over 60. The cyclists that have the lowest cumulative time from the three stages will win in their respective categories. Along with 3-days of racing the following events will be featured for children under the age of 12
Kids Bike Rodeo (see attached flyer below)
The Phoenix Police Department along with the SAFE KIDS Coalition of Maricopa County and the Landis/Trek amateur team will conduct a Bike Rodeo and Helmet Fitting clinic on Sunday, February 14th at the Criterium
Kids Race (see attached flyer below)
Takes place on Sunday, February 14th at the State Capitol in Phoenix, AZ. For Children 3 and up (with a helmet) can race the very same Criterium course that hundreds of professional and amateurs race on!
Submitted by Joe Statt on Tue, 12/08/2009 - 9:21pm
It's hard to believe, but the 2010 John Earley Memorial Valley of the Sun Stage Race is now just over two months away. As most of you are aware, this is the most ambitious endeavor undertaken by White Mountain Road Club, or any other club in the Valley for that matter. This race is a success year after year, and that is only possible due to the incredible group of volunteers that we have here.
In addition to the USA Cycling Rulebook, All RIDERS, COACHES and PARENTS are expected to READ the Technical Guide.
This race is supported exclusively by volunteers so please be polite with our volunteers and don’t hesitate to thank them for their assistance in making this race.