Cyclocross

2011 - Back to Basics Cyclocross Series 1

Where: Lookout Mtn. Youth Services Center. 2901 Ford Street, Golden, Colorado Just South of the roundabout at Johnson Rd. and South Golden Rd. To get to the race course: As you enter the main drive for the facility, you’ll see a dirt road on the left immediately before the entrance gate. Follow the dirt road to race parking. There is NO PARKING on the asphalt. Please honor this so we can keep using this facility.

What: Isn’t it obvious – CYCLOCROSS! Why: So we can have quality mid-week racing at one central Front Range location.

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Wells Brothers Cyclocross Race at Purgatory

Purgatory is proud to partner with Durango’s own Todd and Troy Wells to design and host the first annual Wells Bros. Cyclocross Race at Purgatory. Todd, a former Olympic mountain bike racer and two-time National Cyclocross Champion, will be here to host and race the event. All proceeds will benefit Get Out! Durango, which provides multi-sport training support for young athletes. The 50-minute race begins with a mass start at 10 am, and riders can race in men’s or women’s A or B categories.

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2010 USGP - New Belgium Cup

Presented by
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

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

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

Day 1 Results - Nov 13th Full Results

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

Women
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.


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