2010 USGP - New Belgium Cup

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The Greenware USGP of Cyclocross - Fort Collins, CO

Day 2 Videos New Belgium Cup

Day 1 Videos New Belgium Cup

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Day 2 New Belgium Cup - Nov 14th Full Results

1. Tim Johnson
2. Jeremy Powers
3. Geoff Kabush
4. James Driscoll
5. Adam Craig

1. Katie Compton
2. Katerina Nash
3. Georgia Gould
4. Meredith Miller
5. Amy Dombroski

Day 1 Results - Nov 13th Full Results

1. Geoff Kabush
2. Jamey Driscoll
3. Ryan Trebon
4. Todd Wells
5. Tim Johnson

1. Katerina Nash
2. Katie Compton
3. Georgia Gould
4. Amy Dombrowski
5. Amanda Miller

Day 2 Press Release

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (Nov. 14, 2010) - Reigning national champions Tim Johnson (Cennondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com) and Katie Compton (Planet Bikes/Stevens) delivered simple declarative statements today, dominating each respective race in front of a massive Colorado crowd.

That Compton won is not news. Bouncing back from a second place ride on Saturday, Compton proved why she is a favorite not just for America but for the world. She withstood the opening attacks on the first lap and then delivered a single, first-round knockout punch that left all but Katerina Nash (Luna) on their backs.

Gould and Johnson Lead Series Overall

Day 1 Press Release

November 13, 2010 (Fort Collins, CO) -- Favorites were upended on a muddy fifth stop of the Greenware® US Gran Prix of Cyclocross as Canadian Geoff Kabush (Rocky Mountain/Maxxis) and Katerina Nash (Luna) of the Czech Republic both scored exciting wins at the New Belgium Cup.

"I was happy to see us finally racing in some muddy, sloppy conditions," said Kabush, a Canadian national champion and Olympian who had not scored a major cyclo-cross win in six years. He did so by knocking the dominant Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com team off their streak of winning the first four Greenware® USGP events and positioning two riders on every podium to date this season.

Saturday, November 13, 2010 to Sunday, November 14, 2010

* Pre-registration mandatory for Elite Men, U-23 Men, and Elite Women only. Pre-registration encouraged for all other categories. Race-day registration will incur a one-time $10 fee and MUST close 1 hour prior to each race.

* All U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross Series events shall be held under the 2010 UCI regulations.
* Note: Races designated as ACA or OBRA are not sanctioned by USA Cycling. Racers in theses categories must race on an ACA or OBRA license (available at registration).

Online Registration Closes
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 11:45 PM ET

Please note that there will be a $3 per car parking charge in effect on Saturday and Sunday.

Friday, November 12th:
Clif Bar Kids Clinic. 4pm-5pm
Clif Bar Kids' Cross Clinic Team Clif Bar's stellar crew of young pros at the Race Venue - registration is free and limited to the first 30 kids ages 10-14 on BikeReg.com

Friday November 12th:
Specialized Pro Clinic. 4pm-5pm
Join Meredith Miller of the California Giant Berries / Specialized Team on Friday, November 12th at 4:00pm for a very special debut ride of the new USGP course in her hometown of Ft Collins, CO!
Meredith was instrumental in brining the USGP back to Colorado and in this clinic you'll get her pro insight on how to approach the course and its new features for race day. Even cooler - you can check out Specialized's cross bike line up while doing it. SRAM equipped and ready to demo!
Pre-registration is required and is available on BikeReg.com.

Friday November 12th:
Number Presentation Party
After the clinics everyone is invited to a Number Presentation Party from 6pm to 8pm at the Agave room at the Rio where you can mingle with top pros as the pick up their bib numbers for the weekend.

Group Rides to the Races:
Ride to the Races! Meet at New Belgium, Lees Cycles, or Matter bookstore at 9:00AM both Saturday and Sunday to take off in masses to the USGP race venue. I am not sure on this, but there is a rumor going around that meeting at one of these locations might entitle you to extra free beer tokens....

Weekend Racing
Costume Cruiser Cross
1:15pm on Sunday. Wear a costume and race whatever bike you want. Free. Finish line is in the nearest beergarden.

Real deal racing begins on both Saturday and Sunday at 8am with a full schedule of amateur racing before the pros take to the field beginning at 1:45pm with the professional women's events followed by the pro men at 3pm. Both days will feature an Expo chocked full of bikes, gear, and lots of great food and drink with several New Belgium beer gardens located throughout the venue.

Racing takes place at 5757 South College Ave in Ft Collins. The event is free to the public but there is a $3 per day parking charge. (RIDE YOUR BIKE)

Check out Your Group Ride for more details



the was less that 3 inches

the was less that 3 inches on the flyover yesterday afternoon.

the course was maybe less than an inch in most places, with a couple of really muddy sloppy sections.

i'm not a cx racer but the word from some of the guyss who are is that its a monster course. lots of climbing and divebombs with corners at the bottom.

i'm leaving for the course right now so i havetn seen it yet today but i bet the snow is melted and its even muddier.

word is we MIGHT get a little more snow tomorrow.