2011 CU Criterium

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RACE CATEGORY START TIME LENGTH
Collegiate Men C 8:00 AM 30 min + 15 min clinic
Collegiate Women B 8:50 AM 30 min + 15 min clinic
Collegiate Men B 9:40 AM 45 min
Collegiate Women A 10:35 AM 45 min
Collegiate Men A 11:30 AM 60 min
Juniors 12:40 PM 15 min
USAC Women Open 1:05 PM 45 min
USAC Cat 4,5 Men 1:55 PM 45 min
USAC Cat 3 Men 2:45 PM 60 min
USAC Pro,1,2 Men 3:55 PM 60 min

All riders must have USAC License and USAC/NCCA rules apply. 30% of entry fees, top 3 places in USAC Pro Men 1,2, 30% of entry fees, top 3 in USAC Women Open, 3 prizes, top three USAC Men 3’s and 4,5’s. No single category payout will exceed $499.

COURSE
A flat course with easy turns around the CU Research Park on East Campus, approximately 1K.

REGISTRATION
Online registration (FOR USAC CATEGORIES ONLY) will be at prerace.com. Online registration opens on March 4th. Online registration will close on March 18th at 2:00pm.

Day of registration will take place at tables set up near the start. Registration begins at 6:45 am and will close 30 minutes before the start of each category.

USAC one day and annual licenses will be sold at the race.

ENTRY FEE-
Collegiate $20 per race, juniors race $5. For Collegiate Racers doing both Collegiate and USAC races the second race will be $10. USAC $25 per race for online registration and will be $30 dollars for day of registration.

DIRECTIONS
The Research park is located on Discovery Lane off the north side of off of Colorado Avenue between Foothills and 30th.
http://www.colorado.edu/campusmap/map.pdf

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9 Comments

Go to USA Cycling's web site

Go to USA Cycling's web site and under road click on find an event, then CO. You can see who has filed a for a race there and once it is approved they will post the flyer there.

FYI CU has filed with USA, DU has not. CSU has also filed, but they are the 1st weekend in April when there are two ACA races. That is really too bad, as that is a fun crit. And yes I agree, the collegiate races are pretty bad about getting the info out. But I was once a 20 year old running a college team in the 1990's, so I know what it is like